As summer hits the home stretch, college football is near and fans are eagerly anticipating the start of the season. While the first game will be held on the other side of the globe in Australia on Aug. 26 when Cal takes on Hawaii, the majority of the games are slated for Sept. 3 and 4. By using the Opening Weekend NCAA Football Tickets Guide, you can grab tickets to see your favorite team in action.
Some of the most intriguing matchups during the opening weekend of play include perennial power Oklahoma taking on Houston; LSU facing Wisconsin from famed Lambeau Field in Green Bay; USC challenging defending champion Alabama from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Clemson, last year’s runner-up, playing at Auburn; and Notre Dame traveling to Texas to face the Longhorns.
Alabama and Clemson will once again by favorites to return to the College Football Playoff, now in its second year. The two teams squared off in last year’s title game with the Crimson Tide prevailing in a 45-40 thriller. Incidentally, the two teams are ranked 1-2 in this year’s preseason rankings. Oklahoma, Florida State and Ohio State round out the top 5.
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Few hip-hop and R&B artists put on a show like Drake, and now is the perfect time to see the renowned performer live and in concert. Drake is currently on tour and will next head to Greensboro, North Carolina, Aug. 23. By using the Drake Summer Sixteen Tour Tickets and Guide, you can get a seat to the show. Tickets start at $96. From now through Oct. 16, Drake will crisscross the U.S. and Canada, making stops at major cities in various regions of the two countries.
After his show in North Carolina, Drake will entertain fans in Atlanta, Georgia, for a two-night show, Aug. 25, 26. Following this will be a performance in Tampa, Florida, Aug. 27. Drake will stay in the Sunshine State Aug. 30, 31 for two concerts in Miami. Other notable venues where you can see Drake will be a three-night series in Los Angeles, California, Sept. 7, 9 and 10; Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Sept. 17, 18; Denver, Colorado, Oct. 1, 2; Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Oct. 8, 9; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Oct. 13.
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During the height of alternative rock in the 1990s, two groups that stood above the rest were Soundgarden and Pearl Jam. Immense in popularity and talent, these two bands were regular headliners on tours and were best sellers when it came to music charts. Now, more than 25 years after the bands’ formations, they’re coming together and bringing things back where it all started. Pearl Jam and Soundgarden members originally played together in the band Temple of the Dog. This November, Temple of the Dog returns, and you can see the group live as it goes on an eight-performance tour. With the Temple of the Dog Tickets and Guide, you can grab a seat at a venue near you. Tickets to the first show on Nov. 4 in Upper Darby, Pennsylvania, start at $189.
Temple of the Dog will follow up its Nov. 4 concert with another Upper Darby show the next day. The band will then head to New York City on Nov. 7. Other concerts are San Francisco, California (Nov. 11 and 12); Inglewood, California (Nov. 14); and Seattle, Washington (Nov. 20 and 21).
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All over Canada and other hockey-crazed parts of the world, children grow up spending countless hours on outdoor ice rinks learning how to skate and perfecting their slap shot and other hockey skills. It’s only fitting that the highest level of the sport should occasionally be played in the open air. This October, a pair of outdoor hockey games are coming to Winnipeg, Manitoba, for the highly anticipated NHL Heritage Classic. Use the NHL Heritage Classic Tickets and Guide to get your seat at Investors Group Field to witness this historic and thrilling event.
Outdoor hockey is rare but not unheard of. The NHL Heritage Classic has been played three times before, last on March 2, 2014 when the Ottawa Senators upended the Vancouver Canucks 4-2. Other NHL Heritage Classic games have been held in 2011 and 2003. This year’s matchup is slated for Oct. 23 between the Edmonton Oilers and the host Winnipeg Jets.
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Professional soccer will make history in October, and it will be done on American soil by a big rival to the south. The Mexican National Team will face New Zealand Oct. 8 at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee. Not only is it rare for the Mexican team to play a squad other than the U.S. team in the United States, but it will be its first visit to the Nashville. To be a part of his intriguing matchup and to see some of the best players in the Western Hemisphere in action, use the Mexico National Team Tickets and Guide and for the first time at Nissan Stadium see Mexico take the field. Tickets to the game start at $24.
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