See Paul McCartney On Tour This Summer


It may be too late to catch The Beatles live in concert, but there’s still a chance to see founding member and music icon Paul McCartney in action. He’ll be taking the stage of a venue near you when he launches his latest summer tour. At the present, McCartney has just 13 shows planned. This means you’ll want to act fast to secure a ticket to a show near you! Fortunately, these are expected to be 13 epic performances.

Sir Paul will kick things off on Tuesday, April 19 and Wednesday, April 20 at Rogers Arena in beautiful Vancouver, BC. Tickets to the first show are priced as low as $37, which is an absolute steal to see one of the greatest musicians of our time. Tickets to the second show are currently priced at $34 and up.

After his Canadian opener, McCartney will head to the U.S. He will headline two shows at the Target Center in Minneapolis, MN, on Wednesday, May 4 and Thursday, May 5. Tickets are widely available to both shows. Prices start at $41 for the first and $43 for the second. This is the last opportunity to catch McCartney before he takes a two-month hiatus. He will resume touring on Friday, July 8.

Once he’s back at it, McCartney will play a handful of shows throughout July and August. We are especially looking forward to his appearance at US Bank Arena in Cincinnati, OH, on July 10 as well as his closing performance on Saturday, August 13 at Busch Stadium in St. Louis, MO. Tickets to the Cincinnati show are currently priced at $78 and up. Tickets to the conclusion show in St. Louis are available starting at $91.

You will not want to miss your chance to see the author of songs like “Hey Jude,” “Let It Be,” and “I Saw Her Standing There” live, so get your Paul McCartney tickets right here at Razorgator!

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Bad Boy Family Reunion Is Happening


The show that sold out in less than 10 minutes is only one month away from dropping at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY! That’s right, iconic singer and producer Puff Daddy is brining his beloved Bad Boy Family Reunion show to New York next month, with two exclusive installments on Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21. Both shows will start at 8 p.m. sharp. The Reunion Show is known for bringing together some of the biggest names in hip-hop music. In fact, creator Puff Daddy calls the event, “Hip-hop history.”

2016 Lineup

This year’s decorated lineup will feature musicians who helped to shape an entire generation of artists as well as the greater industry. The event will also celebrate and honor the late Notorious B.I.G., as the first show kicks off on what would have been his 44h birthday. Some of the Bad Boy family members you can expect to see next month are icons including: Mary J. Blige, Jay Z, Mase, Lil Kim, French Montana, Faith Evans, 112, Mario Williams, and Total. These are just some of the big names you won’t want to miss at the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour, but are far from the only appearance you can expect to see.

Ticket Prices

Although tickets sold out at most retailers as soon as they were released, Razorgator still has you covered with ample seats available at both shows. Tickets to the first Bad Boy Family Reunion concert on Friday, May 20 are currently on sale for as little as $141. Lower level tickets start at $496. Box seat suites are currently running $720 and up. Tickets to the closing Bad Boy Family Reunion show on Saturday, May 21 are available for as little as $169 for upper level seats. Lower level seats start at $331. Suites are available for purchase starting at $648.

Don’t miss your chance to catch this year’s Bad Boy Family Reunion Show and part of hip-hop history!

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Guns N’ Roses will play Coachella – but what about Los Angeles?



Guns N’ Roses will play Los Angeles in mid-August

A date in Los Angeles for the much-anticipated Guns N’ Roses tour has finally been announced, and the group will perform with its “classic line-up” at Dodger Stadium on August 18.

Earlier this month we had predicted they’d announce their LA stop at the end of their string of performances at Coachella, and guessed they’d play open dates at the Rose Bowl, or the Forum. Well, at least we were partially right.

Based on performances thus far, Angelinos are in for something special when the band heads west.

Guns N’ Roses kicked off their tour featuring lead singer Axl Rose, guitarist Slash and bassist Duff McKagan in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena on April 8, with Rose sporting a cast after breaking bones in his foot. Despite his injury, Rolling Stone praised the band’s performance, even adding that Rose’s immobility added to his intensity onstage.

Rose, Slash and McKagan haven’t played together since 1993, and they will be accompanied by guitarist Richard Fortus, drummer Frank Ferrer, keyboardist and percussionist Dizzy Reed and keyboardist Melissa Reese.

While it seems easy to celebrate the reunion now, the Los Angeles Times points out that getting the main members back together was a Herculean effort on the part of Paul Tollett, who launched Coachella in 1999. He has a history as a promoter with the band, going back to their heyday in the 1980s.

Tollett told the Times he approached the band about playing together again two years ago, even going to the extent of sending them a vintage 1986 flyer from a show they did, right before becoming famous.

“I never pushed hard, but put it out there,” Tollett told the Times. “It just started picking up steam.”

The enthusiastic crowd at Coachella and, come August, fans in Los Angeles surely appreciate his painstaking efforts. Read more ›

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NBA Playoffs Semifinals Ticket Prices

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The 2016 NBA Playoffs are officially underway! 16 teams are currently battling it out to advance past the First Round and onto Conference Semifinals. It’s still too early to say who will make it to the next round, but several teams are already making a strong case for their spots. We will not know the exact date of the Semifinals kickoff until all eight victors are crowned, but you will want to check back often for tickets to all games right here at Razorgator. Here is a look at how the race to the championship is shaping up so far.

The West

Last year’s winners the Golden State Warriors are looking like strong contenders once again. They’re fresh off of a record-breaking 73 wins throughout the 2015-2016 season and are hoping to carry that momentum straight through to the finals. Right now, they sit 2-1 against James Harden and the Houston Rockets. The Rockets will not go down without a fight, so catch their next match up in Houston on April 24 for $87 and up. Another exciting matchup is Oklahoma City against Dallas, with the Thunder currently leading the series 2-1. You can catch their next game in Dallas this Saturday for 24 and up. The San Antonio Spurs and Los Angeles Clippers are currently dominating their own matchups with 2-0 records each.

The East

In the East, we’re currently seeing three runaway series. The Cleveland Cavaliers are beating the Detroit Pistons 2-0. The Atlanta Hawks currently have the same record over the Boston Celtics, as do the Miami Heat over the Charlotte Hornets. The only matchup that is providing a little bit of tension is Toronto’s battle with Indiana. The Raptors currently have the lead by one game, with the Pacers looking to make a comeback at their next clash on Saturday at home. Tickets to Game 4 currently cost $13 and up.

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Stanley Cup Playoffs Semifinals Ticket Prices

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The 2016 Stanley Cup Playoffs are well underway, with one team already advancing past the first round to the semifinals. For the remaining 14 contenders, there’s still a battle ahead of them to advance to the next round. It’s still too early to determine which teams from the Eastern and Western divisions will make it to the semifinals, but it’s never too early to secure your seats to all of the action. Be sure to be there to support your favorite NHL teams as they make their argument for a shot at the Stanley Cup.

Eastern NHL Teams

Congratulations to the Tampa Bay Lightning, who have already eliminated the Detroit Red Wings! The Lightning managed to eke out a final win last night to defeat the Red Wings 4-1 in the series. Tampa Bay will go on to face either the Florida Panthers or the New York Islanders, depending who wins their series. Those teams are currently tied 2-2. The Washington Capitals, who were red hot all season, currently lead the Philadelphia Flyers 3-1. You can find out if they close the deal in Washington DC tonight. Tickets are still available for $81 and up. The Pittsburgh Penguins also lead the New York Rangers 3-1.

Western NHL Teams

It’s a much tighter contest in the West, with half of the series separated by just one win. The Dallas Stars are one of the exceptions, who lead the Minnesota Wild 3-1. The San Jose Sharks are also leading the Los Angeles Kings by 3-1. The St. Louis Blues are currently up on the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2, which may come as a surprise to some! Catch their next clash in Chicago on Saturday. Tickets are $145 and up. Nashville and Anaheim are locked in the closest contest with two wins each for the Ducks and Predators.

Check back often to score tickets to all of your favorite NHL playoffs games!

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