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...

Top trending tickets today

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Tickets sell every minute of every day. Chalk it up to the wired and wireless 24/7 world we live in. So who’s selling the most tickets in the USA today?  Answer:  Disney on Ice: Frozen is first, followed by singer/songwriter Neil Diamond (pictured), the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Fleetwood Mac, the New York Knicks, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, How the Grinch Stole Christmas and the Dallas Cowboys. Read More...

Dirty Dancing cleans up

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First there was the mega hit movie in 1987. Now there’s the super hot musical (pictured). The movie was a low budget affair made without any major stars. Today, it has grossed over $200 mil worldwide. The stage version has also been on a record-breaking run since it first hit in 2004, with a production currently on a 28-city North American tour, and now in Minneapolis. Read More...

Wild swings seen for World Series run

BAS Blog Camden Yards ImageHold on to your hats. Pundits predict another wild World Series run this year. The Kansas City Royals open the American League Championship Series tomorrow night against the Baltimore Orioles at Camden Yards (pictured), with the St. Louis Cardinals facing the San Francisco Giants once again for the National League crown. What do the experts say? Look for each series to go the full seven games, with the Giants and Orioles emerging victorious.

Okay so it’s October already. That means the Boys of Summer are making their run for the Fall Classic, the storied World Series. All the marbles. Read More...

Why Rockettes are still a kick

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They’re still riveting and ravishing: still fit, fetching and fabulous as ever. Sure they’ve been around since 1933. But based on ticket sales, they haven’t lost a step. In fact, they’re so hot, the Rockettes now have two touring casts set to kick off in Omaha and Nashville next month. Plus, of course, there’s the annual Holiday bash at New York’s storied Radio City Music Hall opening November 7, 2014. Read More...