Get Out to the Race Track for the 2016 Breeders’ Cup!

Breeders Cup Tickets

If you’re a fan of horse racing, there aren’t many events that rival the Breeders’ Cup. And though the race is held until November, it’s never too early to start thinking about getting yourself in on the action. With the Breeders’ Cup Ticket guide you can get tickets, starting at $52.

The event will be held Nov. 4 and 5 at the Santa Anita Park in Arcadia, California. Originally held as a one-day-only race, the Breeders’ Cup has since expanded to two full days of action. This Grade I Thoroughbred race brings a purse value between $1 million and $5 million. Two-day attendance has been more than 100,000 in the past. This is the ninth time Santa Anita has held the event. No other venue has hosted the race more.

The Breeders’ Cup began in 1984 and regularly changes venues from year to year. Jockey Mike Smith has had tremendous success at the Breeders’ Cup, having won the event 22 times. Jerry Bailey is second at 15 wins. The horse Zenyatta has earned the most money at $4,680,000.

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Get a Little Strange With Young The Giant on their Home of the Strange Tour!

Young The Giant Tickets

The emerging music genre of Indie Rock is becoming increasingly more popular among fans across the world. This ear-pleasing style blends unique sounds with grunge-style lyrics. One of the top Indie Rock acts around is Young the Giant, and your chance to see the group live is coming this fall when the band tours across the U.S. an into Canada. Check out the Young the Giant Tour Guide and get your tickets, starting at $53 for its first show, Sept. 6 in Cleveland, Ohio’s House of Blues.

If this first stop is out of your range, don’t worry because the Young the Giant Tour will visit 13 other venues through Oct. 13. The band will make stops in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Sept. 8); Indianapolis, Indiana (Sept. 9); Columbus, Ohio (Sept. 10); Washington, D.C. (Sept. 12); Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Sept. 16); New York, New York (Sept. 17); Boston, Massachusetts (Sept. 18), Toronto, Canada (Sept. 21); Detroit, Michigan (Sept. 23); Birmingham, Alabama (Oct. 4); San Diego, California (Oct. 18, 19); Los Angeles, California (Oct. 21); Oakland, California (Oct. 22). No matter where you live, there’s a place near year to check out this incredibly talented group.

Founded in Los Angeles a dozen years ago, Young the Giant began to gain popularity in 2010 with its self-titled album. The band appeared at the MTV Music Awards and toured with other acts, both of which helped the group gain a following and loyalty. Alternative music charts recognized the band’s singles “My Body” and “Cough Syrup.”

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The World Cup of Hockey is Back in 2016!

World Cup of Hockey Tickets

After a 12-year absence, one of the most anticipated, excited events in the sport of hockey is returning. Get set for the World Cup of Hockey, and International event that will feature eight teams. With your World Cup Hockey Guide you can get tickets to any and all of the 17 games, plus four pre-tournament games, beginning Sept. 9 at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Tickets to the pre-tournament game start at $42. The first official tournament game is Sept. 17 when the USA team plays Europe. Tickets start at $68. All regular World Cup games will be held in Toronto, Canada’s Air Canada Centre.

Originally known as the Canada Cup from 1976 through 1991, the World Cup is now an NHL-sanctioned tournament. Though it hasn’t been held since 2004 when Canada defeated Finland for the championship. Going forward, the World Cup of Hockey will be held every four years.

This year’s lineup of teams is Canada, United States, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Czech Republic, Team North America (players under age 23) and Team Europe (players under age 23). Each team has 20 skaters and three goalkeepers. The eight teams will be divided into two groups where each the teams will play in knockout-style games. Qualifying teams will advance to the semifinals and then finals with games to be played Sept. 24, 25 and Sept. 27, 29 and Oct. 1, respectively.

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Get Ready New York! The US Open of Tennis is Just Around the Corner!

US Open of Tennis Tickets

Since 1881, it has been one of the foremost events in the sport of tennis. This fall, the US Open is back again, and you can have a seat to see the live action yourself. With the US Open Tennis guide, you can get tickets, starting at $76 to the first match, Aug. 29. All matches are held in Flushing, New York.

If you’re a tennis fanatic, this is one event that should be on your to-do list. Being a part of this legendary tournament is a once-in-a-lifetime experience for some people. The US Open brings together the very best men’s and women’s tennis players in the world, all vying for the chance to be crowned champion of this Grand Slam tournament.

The US open features exciting, nonstop action through Sept. 11 when the men’s final and the women’s doubles final will be held at Arthur Ashe Stadium. The US Open is the last of the four major tournaments throughout the year, the others being the Australian Open, the French Open and Wimbledon.

In recent years, more than 700,000 fans have packed the stands for this tournament. Big money and accolades are on line at this tournament, where scores of players come from as many as 90 nations. More than $42 million in prize money is up for grabs to the players who make it through the early rounds to the final matches.

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Pentatonix and Us the Duo on Tour Summer 16!

Pentatonix and Us the duo tickets

If you’re yearning for a different kind of music experience, look no further than the Pentatonix and Us the Duo Tour, coming this fall to select venues across the country. You’ve never seen a show like this, and you can be there by getting tickets from the Pentatonix and Us the Duo Tour Guide. Tickets to the first show, Oct. 17 at the SAP Center in San Jose, California, start at $51.

The Pentatonix tour will visit a number of major cities across the U.S. in October and November. Stops will include South Dakota, Utah, Minnesota, Illinois, Ohio, Tennessee, Michigan, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Georgia, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas. On Nov. 7, the tour hits Toronto, Ontario. All shows start in the evening and are sure to heat up your cool autumn evenings. No matter where you live, there will be a show close to you.

Since 2001, Pentatonix (also known as PTX) has been dazzling audiences with its a cappella style mixed with pop and R&B. Few groups produce a sound like PTX. The group, consisting of members Avi Kaplan, Scott Hoying, Kirstin Maldonado, Kevin Olusola, and Mitch Grassi , gained widespread popularity by winning “The Sing-Off” on NBC.

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