It’s fall, and that means NFL football rules the sports world. Pro football is immensely popular in the United States, and Monday Night Football is as iconic as the game itself. This weekly event is highly anticipated by rabid NFL fans across the country. Starting with its debut in 1970, Monday Night Football has been a fixture in homes everywhere. The games often pit two of the top teams in the league against one another, making for exciting matchups and thrilling finishes. It’s one thing to watch these games on TV, but it’s entirely different being at the stadium in person. You can see an upcoming Monday night game by using the NFL Monday Night Football Ticket Guide.
The opening week of the 2016 NFL season saw two Monday Night Football games. First, Pittsburgh routed Washington 38-16 in a game that Pittsburgh dominated in the second half. The Steelers trailed 6-0 at the end of the first quarter and led just 14-6 at the half. But Pittsburgh outscored the Redskins 24-10 in the second half. Veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw for 300 yards for Pittsburgh, and running back DeAngelo Williams had 143 yards and two touchdowns on the ground.
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By the time September rolls around, summer begins to fade away and autumn inches closer. Still, it’s the perfect time of year to enjoy an outdoor concert. And if you’re in the mood for amazing music, nonstop energy and loud, head-banging fun, then Riot Fest is for you. From Sept. 16–18, Riot Fest heads to Chicago, Illinois, and Douglas Park. The festival features a lineup of talented, accomplished musicians and some of the biggest and brightest names in the punk rock genre. Some acts to expect at this three-day event include the following: The Flaming Lips, Ween, Julian Marley, Gwar, The Anniversary, Fu Manchu, Girls Against Boys, Tigers Jaw, Basemen, Morrissey, Rob Zombie, Death Cab For Cutie, Chevy Metal, The Falcon and many, many more.
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If you like unique sounds and interesting blends of music then you’ll love the band Phantogram. The duo of Sarah Barthel and Josh Carter have delighted fans and audiences with what they term “dream pop, trip pop and electronica.” Their brand of music is unlike anything you’ve heard before. Luckily, the group will be coming to a venue near year during its tour across the United States and Canada. Tickets to the group’s first show at Chicago, Illinois’ House of Blues, Sunday, July 31, start at $51. Use the Phantogram Tour Tickets Guide to get your tickets today.
After playing in Chicago, Phantogram will take some time off before heading to Tempe, Arizona, on Sept. 30. The group will play there at the Marquee Theater. Phantogram will play 23 more shows until a Nov. 5 concert in Dallas, Texas, at the Bomb Factory. In between this time, the marathon tour will make stops in all regions of the U.S. and to parts of Canada such as Vancouver, British Columbia (Oct. 9) and Toronto, Ontario (Oct. 19). Phantogram will thrill spectators in San Diego, California (Oct. 1), Portland, Oregon (Oct. 6), Boston, Massachusetts (Oct. 21), Washington, D.C. (Oct. 25) and Atlanta, Georgia (Nov. 25), among many other locations.
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As fans, people want their music to sound good, but they also want to be entertained and even surprised. The artist Beck does this better than just about anyone. You never really know what you’ll get from this talented and accomplished singer, musician and songwriter. With the Beck WOW Tour Ticket Guide, you can be fortunate enough to see this icon in concert in one of his limited acts. Tickets to his Sept. 15 concert in New Orleans, Louisiana, start at $73.
After appearing in New Orleans, Beck will make the trip to the Sprint Pavilion in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Sept. 19. His other upcoming shows will be in Columbus, Ohio, on Sept. 20; Bloomington, Indiana, on Sept. 22; St. Louis, Missouri, on Sept. 23.
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Want nonstop action, intense one-on-one battles and incredible feats of strength, power and stamina? Look no further than WWE Live. Famous for dramatic clashes between world-class professional wrestlers, the WWE has thrilled devoted fans for decades. Being on hand to catch a live WWE event is unlike anything else in sports and entertainment. From now through the end of the year, a number of WWE Live showdowns will be at a venue near you. With the WWE Live Ticket Guide, you can get seats to one of these unforgettable events. Tickets to the next WWE Live showdown in Stockton, California, Aug. 6, start at $85.
The event in Stockton, followed by stops in Fresno, California (Aug. 7); Hidalgo, Texas (Aug. 13); and Laredo, Texas (Aug. 14) are part of the WWE Live Summer Slam Heatwave. WWE Live follows this Aug. 28 through Sept. 25 in San Antonio, Texas; Raleigh, North Carolina; Louisville, Kentucky; Evansville, Indiana; Huntsville, Alabama; North Little Rock, Arkansas; Tupelo, Mississippi; Moline, Illinois; Rosemont, Illinois; and University Park, Pennsylvania. Another WWE Live event will take place Dec. 10 in Norfolk, Virginia. The WWE Live Holiday Tour is slated for Nov. 26 in Providence, Rhode Island; Dec. 26 in New York, New York; and Dec. 30 in Miami, Florida.
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