UM tops this week’s ticket releases

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American progressive rock jam band Umphrey’s McGee or UM (shown) dropped tickets to their upcoming tour today, along with Pink Floyd cover band Brit Floyd, stand-up comedian/Country crooner Rodney Carrington, shock rocker Alice Cooper, Staind founder and lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Aaron Lewis and English/Irish pop rock boy band One Direction. Read More...

Royals roar back, Game 7 tickets hit $8,500

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As promised, the Kansas City Royals did indeed rally. They overcome a 3-2 deficit to win Game 6 at home. In fact, led by 23-year old pitcher Yordano Ventura (shown), they gutted the Giants 10-0 to force a deciding Game 7 tonight at Kauffman Stadium. Want a seat? Tickets currently range from $436 for standing room only (SRO) to $8,500, but that could change as game time nears. Read More...

Giants one win away, Royals vow to rally

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Life is good if you’re a Giants fan. San Fran is one game away from their third title in five years. For Royals rooters, it’s been a 29 year drought. And now K.C. has to win Game 6 and Game 7 at home starting tomorrow night. But there’s hope. Eight out of 10 other teams in their spot have done it. So don’t count the Royals out just yet. Read More...

Top trending theatre tickets this week

BAS Blog Frozen Image 1A All the world’s a stage, as Shakespeare once mused. And for those with a desire for drama, comedy, dancing, ice skating  and acrobatics – there’s a spectacular smorgasbord of theatre tickets available.

This week, America’s most popular picks are Disney On Ice: Frozen, The Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Wicked, The Book of Mormon and How The Grinch Stole Christmas. Better yet, most ticket prices are surprisingly affordable. Read More...

Heavy acts drop tickets today

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Several heavy acts released tickets to upcoming shows today. For openers, there’s the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus, complete with their 15,000 pound superstars that stand 13 feet tall (pictured). Then there’s some razzle dazzle with the Harlem Globetrotters, and heavy Fleetwood Mac back-beat with Christine McVie back on vocals. Even Sweet Caroline singer Neil Diamond and Disney On Ice: Worlds of Fantasy and Treasure Trove dropped tickets today too. Yikes. Read More...

The Who too hot to hang it up

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They said they’d never tour again. But guess what. The Who is just too hot to hang it up. So, pumped by popular demand, the band’s founders Roger Daltry and Pete Townshend (pictured) just announced their 50th Anniversary road trip. Dubbed The Who Hits 50, the trek plays at home in England this Fall; and travels across the pond for 44 dates in 35 states starting in Tampa, Florida on April 15, 2015.  Tommy can you hear me? Read More...

12 great things to do this weekend

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One more day till the weekend hits. What’s on your agenda? It better be good. Why? Your weekends are precious, so you want to make the most of them. You’ve probably worked all week with one thing in mind — getting to the weekend and then doing something fun and maybe even useful with it! Here’s a list of options from around the water cooler. Read More...

Royals ripe to wrap record run today

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They’ve been waiting 29 years for this day. If the Kansas City Royals, now 7-0 in the post, sweep the Baltimore Orioles in Game 4 of the ALCS today, they’re in their first World Series since 1985. Plus, they’ll set a new MLB record for most consecutive wins in the postseason at 8-0. Today’s game takes the field at 37,903-seat Kauffman Stadium at 4:07 p.m. ET. Sure it’s sold out, but tickets are still to be had. Read More...