The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA, is known for hosting some of the best musical acts representing myriad genres and countries. This summer, the lineup looks to be more robust than ever. Not only will you have the chance to see beloved favorites like The Cure and Diana Ross, but also lesser known acts like Star Trek Live and Silk Road Ensemble. Fortunately, thanks to Razorgator, you never have to choose. We have you covered with tickets to all of your must-see shows at the Hollywood Bowl this summer. Here are some of the musicians and shows we can’t wait to see in the coming months.
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It’s that time of year again! On May 29, 2016, your favorite professional race car drivers will head to Indianapolis Motor Speedway for their shot to win the iconic Indianapolis 500. This isn’t just any old race, however, this year marks the 100th anniversary of the original Indy 500. That’s right; as of May 29, this tradition will mark a century of Americana fun. You won’t want to miss this historic occasion, and fortunately Razorgator has you covered with tickets to all of the festivities!
Indianapolis 500 Schedule
Although the running of the Indy 500 doesn’t get started until 12:12 p.m. on the dot, there is still plenty of action to catch beforehand. The gates open at 6 a.m. You’ll want to plan on getting there early to avoid parking lot and entrance crowds. The Parade of Bands will take place from 8 a.m. until 9:15 a.m. At 9:45 a.m., the ceremonial 500 Festival Princess Lap will commence. The Decade Car Laps take place at 10:00 a.m., followed by the Former Indy 500 Champion Laps at 10:40 a.m. and the Military Silverado Laps at 11:10 a.m. The moment you’ve been waiting for happens next. Driver introductions start at 11:33 a.m., culminating with the traditional “Drivers Start Your Engines” command at 12:04 p.m. After that, the race will be off and running with festivities following until gates close at 6 p.m.
Indianapolis 500 Ticket Prices
Although the race is just a month away, you can still get tickets at varying price levels right here at Razorgator. South Terrace seats are available for as little as $71 and up, which is an absolutely steal to see the 100th running of the Indy 500 in person! Tickets for seats on the Northeast Vista, North Vista, and Snake Pit are available for $113 and up. The best seats in the house at the Paddock, where the racers finish, are $564 and up.
Let me start by saying that I’m a huge David Bowie fan. Bowie songs are the soundtrack of my youth because he was always playing on my dad’s record player. I’ve been fortunate enough to see him perform live five times; including once with his side project Tin Machine.
As you can imagine, I was excited to hear about the Holy Holy show taking place on April 26, 2016 at the Wiltern Theater in Los Angeles. Holy Holy takes its name from the David Bowie song originally released in 1971. The band includes an incredible line up featuring last surviving member of Spider From Mars, Woody Woodmansey, longtime Bowie producer, Tony Visconti, Heaven 17’s lead vocalist, Glenn Gregory, and guitarist, James Stevenson of Gene Loves Jezebel.
The show opened with “The Width of a Circle” and continued through the entire Man Who Sold The World album. I never thought I would hear these songs live and during the show, I was transported to my childhood; sitting in my living room and looking at an album cover with a strange man in a dress. I remember my dad telling me that David Bowie would say it was a man’s dress.
After completing The Man Who Sold the World, the group began a set of long-time favorites including, “Five Years”, “Moonage Daydream”, “Life on Mars?”, “Time”, a beautiful melody of “Wild Eyed Boy From Freecloud” / “All the Young Dudes” / “Oh! You Pretty Things”, and “Suffragette City”. This perfect 21-song set list was full of glam rock guitar, with Glenn Gregory nailing each song. Gregory was a rock god on stage, never trying to be Bowie, and making each song his own. Having never seen Heaven 17 in concert, this show left me hoping that the band would tour the US so that I could have the chance.
Holy Holy still has performances scheduled in San Francisco, Portland and Canada. If you live in these areas, don’t miss this show!
If you’ve never experienced the annual Governors Ball NYC Music Festival before, you can’t miss the 2016 installment! Each year, musicians from a wide variety of genres gather in Randall’s Island, New York City, to rock the Big Apple. The event is an epic summer kickoff party and attracts music fans of all ages and backgrounds. Past performers have included The Black Keys, Drake, Lana Del Rey, Echosmith, Outkast, Vampire Weekend, and Kanye West, just to name a few! This year looks to be bigger and better than ever, so you won’t want to miss the festivities when they kickoff this June! Fortunately, we have you covered with Governors Ball NYC Music Festival tickets to all three days.
2016 Governors Ball Lineup
This year’s Governors Ball will take place beginning on Friday, June 3 and run until Sunday, June 5. Each day will start at 10 a.m. and feature a different collection of artists.
Although the festival does not begin for another six weeks, you can secure your spot to one, two, or all three days of the Governors Ball Festival at Razorgator.
|Governors Ball Festival Ticket Prices 2016
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The US Open is just around the corner, and that means it’s time to get excited about catching all of your favorite professional golfers live in action. Although entries to the tournament are still being collected through April 27, we can already expect to see a few familiar names in this year’s competition. One is, of course, the young phenomenon Jordan Spieth, who was recently edged out at this year’s Masters Championship. He will undoubtedly be looking at another shot at greatness, but he’ll have to contend with his fiercest rivals and talented newcomers to get there.
Practice Round Information
The US Open kicks off on Monday, June 13 with the first of three practice rounds at Oakmont Country Club near Pittsburgh. This is when players get the chance to feel out the green and practice their best shots. It’s more laid back and gives viewers a better chance to witness their favorite golfers. All practices rounds on June 13, 14, and 15 begin at 7 a.m. Prices for the practice round tickets on Monday start at an extremely low price of $5 for gallery access. Tickets to the Trophy Club run $21 and up. Prices for Tuesday and Wednesday practice rounds start at $7.
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Competition Round Tickets
If you’re looking to see the real deal, of course, you won’t want to miss the competition kickoff on Thursday, June 16. The US Open will last from Thursday through Sunday, June 19, with all rounds beginning at 7 a.m. Tickets for the Thursday opening round start at $71. Prices for Friday’s installment currently start at $85. Entrance to Saturday’s round will cost you at least $104. You can catch the epic conclusion on Sunday, June 19 for as little as $102. Better viewing positions at the Trophy Club can be secured for $177. If you want the best seats in the house and all of the privileges that go with them, invest in the 1895 Club for $468 and up.
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||Sun – 06/19/16