If you’re a diehard football fan, it’s never too early to start talking about the upcoming NFL season. No matter what team you root for, attending any NFL game is an experience to remember.
Though the NFL regular season doesn’t get underway until Sept. 8, the preseason kicks off well before on Sunday, Aug. 7 with the Hall of Fame Game in Canton, Ohio. Played at the Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium adjacent to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, this year’s game starts at 8 p.m. and will feature the Green Bay Packers against the Indianapolis Colts. You can watch the first action of the NFL season by getting your tickets today. Tickets start at $123. Check out NFL Hall of Fame Game Tickets Guide and Pricing Info to get you set to attend this classic contest.
Not only does the game officially end the long NFL offseason, but it is held during the same weekend as the Hall of Fame induction ceremonies where pro football legends are recognized for their contributions to the game and are enshrined with fellow Hall of Famers.
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It’s been more than 20 years since the Los Angeles metropolitan area has had its own NFL team, and decades since an NFL team has played within LA city limits. But that’s about to change.
But for the first time, the newly-renamed Los Angeles Rams will play a season of football at the LA Memorial Coliseum, starting with a face-off with the Dallas Cowboys on August 13, and rounding out January 1 with the Arizona Cardinals.
“We’re all pretty much over the moon about it out here,” legendary NFL agent Leigh Steinberg told The New York Post. “The NFL might have left Los Angeles, but the love of NFL football never did. And for it to be the Rams to be the team that ended the 21-year drought is practically a Hollywood story itself.”
As ESPN describes it, the process of bringing a team to the nation’s second-largest market was a rocky one. Both the Rams and the Raiders left the area in 1994, with the Rams settling in St. Louis and the Raiders in Oakland. After years of stops and starts, it all came down an hours-long, owners-only meeting in Texas in the end, where team owners traded barbs over what team would call the land of Hollywood celebrities, sunny beaches and congested freeways home.
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If you’re looking for excellent music and a whole of fun as the summer winds down, nothing will top the Kaaboo Music Festival in Del Mar, California. For a full three days, you can enjoy much more than a wide variety of music; you can be a part of an entertainment experience of a lifetime. With Kaaboo Music Festival Tickets guide and pricing info, you can get tickets to this amazing event, starting at $329.
From Sept. 16–18 you can have a prime seat for some of the hottest bands around, including Jack Johnson, Fall Out Boy, Aerosmith, OneRepublic, Lenny Kravitz, Goo Goo Dolls, Third Eye Blind, and many, many more popular artists. In fact, more than 60 bands and artists will highlights the festival, not to mention an addition dozen-plus local acts who are just breaking onto the music scene. The music will cover a vast array of genres sure to please everyone in attendance.
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Great news for rock and roll and music fans everywhere, there are Bruce Springsteen New Tour Dates! The legendary rocker has added new dates to his highly-touted “River Tour” including shows at the infamous Wembley Arena in London, home to some of the most critically acclaimed live music events in recent memory. Other events include two nights in August at MetLife Park in the musician’s home state of New Jersey, a show you won’t want to miss. This is also good news for other city slickers who might have missed out on tickets or don’t have a show in your area because you can now also catch the Boss in places like Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Chicago, Washington D.C. and more. Tickets to some events are as low as $57, a crazy low price to see such a legendary musician.
After recently cancelling his gig in North Carolina over their controversial passing of a law regarding the rights and respects of the LGBT community, Bruce Springsteen has shown music fans and just people in general everywhere that there are bigger things than music in this world, and that sometimes it’s important to stand up for what we believe in and put the rights of others before things like money and fame. With so much to root for in the guy, there’s no short on reasons to go see his summer tour!
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Nothing can quite compare to a summer evening with great music, and nothing is quite like the Billboard Music Festival. Last year more than 40,000 eager fans attended this festive event, and this year promises to be just as popular. With an electric atmosphere and nonstop sounds filling the day and lighting up the night, you can join in the entertainment. Your Billboard Music Festival Tickets guide and pricing info will help you get your own tickets, which start at $24.
Held in Wantagh, New York, at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater, Aug. 20 and 21, the Billboard Music Festival attracts some of the top artists and bands around. Last year’s event featured greats such as Justin Bieber, The Weekend, Skrillex, and Nicki Minaj. Though this year’s lineup has yet to be finalized, you can be sure it will be jam-packed with more top-billing performers who’ll put on a show just as sensational as last year’s. If you love the best music of today, you’ll find it and hear it at the Billboard Music Festival. Plus, different artists of different genres will highlight to two-day festival, so there’s a little something for every event-goer.
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