Soccer is the most popular spectator sport in the world, so naturally it’s played year-round. One of the summer’s most anticipated professional tournaments is the CONCACAF Champions League, which pits some of the top squads from the Western hemisphere against one another. This means top teams from Major League Soccer in the United States get an opportunity to show their stuff against Mexican, South American and Central American powers. Tournament qualification is currently underway, and the championships start Aug. 3 when C.D. Dragon takes on the Portland Timbers from Providence Park in Portland, Oregon. Use the CONCACAF Champions League Ticket Guide to get your seat reserved. Tickets to the Aug. 3 game between Antigua and the New York Red Bulls start at $7.
A total of 24 teams from 12 associations compete in this annual tournament. From August through October the clubs play in series play where the teams are split into eight groups of three. The top team from each group moves on to the knockout stage next spring. Winning the tournament is crucial, as it grants a team an automatic berth to the FIFA Club World Cup.
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The boys of summer are about to become the boys of autumn. As August fades away into September, the Major League Baseball season is winding down, and that means the top teams are positioning themselves for playoff berths. Though every team sets out to reach the postseason in an effort to make it to the coveted World Series, only 10 of the league’s 30 teams will qualify for the playoffs. Teams on the fringe will need to step up their game if they wish to keep playing into October. Use the MLB “Playoff Push” Tickets Guide to score tickets to upcoming key games.
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Nothing’s hotter than spending a summer day at the racetrack watching the incredible thrills of NASCAR racing. The sport’s biggest event is the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup, which features a 10 race playoff for points among the top 16 drivers in the series. There is only one Sprint Cup race remaining to grab a spot in the Chase for the Cup, the Federated Auto Parts 400, which will be held Sept. 10, and tickets start at $33. For tickets to the upcoming races, use the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup Tickets Guide.
The Sprint Cup started in 1949 and has been successfully ongoing since that time. The series is made up of several individual races where top finishers receive points that carry over from one event to the next. The driver with the most cumulative points is the winner of the Sprint Cup.
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There’s nothing quite like being in the crowd at a hip-hop and R&B concert. And no one does this style of music quite like Sean “Puff Daddy” Coombs. The revered artist has assembled some of the finest performers of the genre for a month and a half of concerts. The group, known as Bad Boy Family Reunion, is based off Coombs’ record label, founded in 1993. With the Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour Tickets Guide you can get your seat to an upcoming show. Tickets to the next performance in Chicago, Illinois, Sept. 1, start at $35.
Bad Boy Family Reunion will hit a number of venues in the U.S. and Canada from now through Oct. 8, when the group finishes its tour in Oakland, California at Oracle Arena. Other tour highlights will be appearances in New York City, Sept. 4; Toronto, Ontario, Sept. 6; Miami, Florida, Sept. 10, 11; Dallas, Houston and San Antonio, Texas, Sept. 14, 15, 16; Washington, D.C., Sept. 22; Las Vegas, Nevada, Oct. 1; and San Diego, California, Oct. 6. No matter where you live, you’ll find a place near you to catch what promises to be an unbelievable show.
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If any group is synonymous with hard rock and loud sounds, it’s AC/DC. The renowned band has been a top concert draw since the mid-1970s. If you can’t get enough of AC/DC’s unique brand of high-energy music, you’re in luck. The group is on tour through Sept. 20. To secure your seat at an upcoming show, use the AC/DC Tour Tickets Guide. Tickets to the next performance, Aug. 30 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, start at $23.
AC/DC will hit select spots in the U.S., including visits to Atlanta, Georgia; Columbus, Ohio; Cleveland, Ohio; New York City, New York; Washington, D.C.; and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The group will also make later appearances in Maryland Heights, Missouri on March 26, along with an encore in Philadelphia on April 1.
AC/DC formed in 1973 in Australia. By 1976, the band began to tour throughout Europe, gaining a massive following. The following year, the band began to make headway in the U.S., as many of their hits found their way onto American radio stations.
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