There’s no excuse to be bored this week in Los Angeles, especially this weekend. Some of the summer’s biggest sports, music, and theatre events are coming to the City of Angels and Razorgator has tickets available to these top-ten events.
Los Angeles loves its sports, and three sporting events are coming to town. The Victor Ortiz vs. Josesito Lopez fight for the vacant WBC Silver Welterweight title will take place at Staples Center. Coming back from a loss against Floyd “Money Mayweather Jr., Ortiz seeks to prove himself against Riverside’s Josesito Lopez. Basketball season is not over in Los Angeles. Average Los Angeles Sparks tickets are $27, and are one the best deals around. The Sparks will take on the Tulsa Shock and San Antonio Silver this week. Baseball fans will be glad to hear that average Los Angeles Angels tickets this week are $114. This week the Angels take on the top two teams from the National League Western Division, the San Francisco Giants and local rivals the Dodgers.
There are five music concerts happening this weekend, and they appeal to fans of every genre. This year’s Powerhouse at the Honda Center this Saturday will include some of hip-hop’s biggest stars and rising emcees, including Wale, Tyga, and Snoop Dogg. With a star-studded lineup featuring the past, the present, and future of hip-hop, and average <a href=" http://www.razorgator.com/tickets/concerts/hip-hop-reggae/powerhouse-tickets/“>Powerhouse tickets at $218, you’ll be asking yourself, “Is this for rizzle?” For music fans seeking R&B nostalgia, New Edition’s 30th Anniversary tour is making a stop at L.A. Live’s Nokia Theatre this Sunday. At an average ticket price of $145, watch as all six original members perform their hits like “Candy Girl,” “Cool It Now,” and many more. If you’re a little bit country, Glen Campbell will perform at the Hollywood Bowl this Sunday. Tickets for the country folk singer’s <a href=" http://www.razorgator.com/tickets/concerts/country/glen-campbell-tickets/“>Good Times – Final Farewell Tour sell for $67 on average, a good deal for a farewell tour. Bust out your leather pants, denim jacket, and hairspray. The 80s rock L.A. this weekend. On Friday, the Scorpion’s Final Sting Tour 2012 injects itself into the Staples Center, while Def Leppard’s Rock of Ages Tour invades the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine. Def Leppard isn’t performing alone on the tour, fellow 80s metal band Poison will also take the stage.
Theatre lovers aren’t left out this weekend. Two theatre events make their way to sunny L.A. The Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa will showcase Victor Hugo’s Les Miserables. There are plenty of chances to purchase Les Miserables tickets with five performances scheduled for the weekend. The musical Million Dollar Quartet, based on the 1956 recording session among rock and roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins is coming to Hollywood’s Pantages Theatre. Million Dollar Quartet tickets aren’t one million dollars, but average ticket prices are $148.
With events in downtown, Hollywood, and the O.C., there is no reason to stay inside this weekend in Los Angeles.
|Top Ten Events in LA||Avg Price|
|Victor Ortiz Tickets||$200.03|
|Million Dollar Quartet Tickets||$148.27|
|New Edition Tickets||$145.16|
|Les Miserables Tickets||$133.59|
|Los Angeles Angels Tickets||$114.73|
|Def Leppard Tickets||$113.83|
|Glen Campbell Tickets||$67.71|
|Los Angeles Sparks Tickets||$27.16|