The 69th Annual Tony Awards Lowdown

Whether or not you tuned into The 69th Annual Tony Awards, there are a few things you should know about what went down that night. And by things, we mean shows. And by shows, we mean shows you could potentially go see tonight or in the near future. We’ve highlighted three of these shows that dominated the night, and are a must-see on Broadway this season: The King and I, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, and Something Rotten! P.S. If you’re not in New York, we’ve got you covered too. From Broadway to L.A. there’s no easier way to get theater tickets (even at the last minute) than the Razorgator app: Book of Mormon, Lion King, Wicked and many more all digitally delivered right to you!

The King and I

A revival of the beloved Rogers & Hammerstein classic, the King and I stood out as a clear frontrunner in the 2015 Tony Awards. With stars like Kelli O’Harra (six-time Tony nominee), Ruthie Ann Miles (Avenue Q, Sweeney Todd, Annie) and Ken Watanabe (Academy Award nominee), it seemed like a clear choice for numerous nominations and wins.

Nominations: Best Revival of a Musical, Best Actor in a Musical, Best Actress in a Musical, Best Direction of a Musical, Featured Actress in a Musical, Best Scenic Design of a Musical, Best Costume Design of a Musical. Best Lighting Design of a Musical

Wins: Best Revival of a Musical, Best Actress in a  Musical, Best Featured Actress, Best Costume Design of a Musical

Where to See it: The Vivian Beaumont Theatre (New York, NY) from 7/1-12/18 Find King and I Tickets

Something wonderful! THE KING AND I is nominated for nine Tony Awards! #KingAndI

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Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Weekend

The three day holiday weekend is almost here. Not sure how you’re going to celebrate all three days?  Take a look at what’s going on around the country and get an idea of how you want to celebrate the USA this year. Believe it or not there’s over 200 sports, concert and theater events happening over the three-day weekend. We’ve highlighted a handful of events from some of the major cities across the US. But no matter where you are, you can find the best last-minute deals around in the Razorgator App: Up to 75% off, all-in pricing,  instant ticket delivery and Uber integration.

San Francisco

Mariners @ A’s (July 3, 4, 5 @ O.CO Coliseum)  

Brett Lawrie’s 1st-inning grand slam sets the tone as the #Athletics win in Texas. #GreenCollar

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The A’s series against the Mariners happens to fall on this year’s holiday weekend. If you make it out to the Friday, July 3 game, you’ll not only get to grab a beer and a dog (how patriotic) but also watch an awesome firework show dedicated to the armed forces.

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What’s Going on This Weekend?

June is coming to a close and Summer is OFFICIALLY here. Thank goodness. That being said, you need to get out of the house and do something fun. Here’s what’s going on this weekend across the country. Jump on the Razorgator app  if one of these events sparks your fancy.

Friday, June 26

Luke Bryan w/ Dustin Lynch and Randy Houser (6/26/15)

Yall fire me up. Awesome weekend. #KickTheDustUp

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This’ll give you an awesome opportunity to dance the night away! And tickets start at $6. YEEEHAAWW

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The 7 Bands to Checkout Before Lollapalooza 2015

There’s no doubt that there are some music gods head lining at Lollapalooza 2015. Paul McCartney, Sam Smith, Kid Cudi, Florence and The Machine are just a few of the big dogs you’ll get a chance to see this year. However, if you keep scrolling down to the lineup page, you might be shocked by some of the lesser-known gems. We’ve highlighted a couple the Razorgator team thinks should be on your radar this year.

 The Lonely Biscuits 

It’s not a secret. The team at Razorgator has a big fat crush on the dudes from The Lonely Biscuits. Actual crush? Musical crush? Bromance crush? That all depends on who you’re talking to. All we know is that is was fate that put Grady Wenrich and Sam Gidley in the same dorm room at Belmont University. We’ve probably watched the video for Ma’am about 1,000 times….today. Grey sweatpants are mandatory for our next casual Friday. Read more ›

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Friday’s Round At U.S. Open Most Expensive Of The Tournament

US Open Golf

Next weekend, the second major of the PGA Tour’s golf schedule tees off at Chambers Bay in University Place, Washington. A course that prides itself on driver accuracy usually results in the winner ending around a few strokes within even par, but in last year’s mastery of the Pinehurst Resort course by Martin Kaymer, he was able to remarkably finish at -9.

Tickets to the U.S. Open on the secondary market vary on which day fans plan on attending. The best deal will be purchasing a weekend badge, which has an average price of $168.32 and a get-in price of $6, according to RazorGator.com. The single-day passes are listed below:

6/18/2015 | U.S. Open Golf: Thursday | Average Price: $514.27 | Get-in Price: $140

6/19/2015 | U.S. Open Golf: Friday | Average Price: $539.05 | Get-in Price: $229

6/20/2015 | U.S. Open Golf: Saturday | Average Price: $403.63 | Get-in Price: $188

6/21/2015 | U.S. Open Golf: Sunday | Average Price: $478.28 | Get-in Price: $197

Friday’s round is the most expensive for now (as of 6/11), featuring an average ticket price of $539.05. On the contrary, Saturday has the least expensive round with an average price just over $400. The U.S. Open Championship ends on Father’s Day, which sports an average of $478.28 and a get-in price of $197 for those making last minute plans.

Those are some high prices but there is high drama. Jordan Spieth is looking to capture the first two Major tournaments of the season after his brilliant Masters performance secured a win by Saturday.

Rory McIlroy returns stateside for the U.S. Open Championship after playing a couple of tournaments overseas that he did not fare particularly well in. Although the majority of the field is completed, there is still qualifying to be done for some of the final spots in the tournament. For now, a few of the definite players in the field include Kaymer, Justin Rose, Webb Simpson, McIlroy, Tiger Woods, Spieth, Bubba Watson, Adam Scott, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, Jason Dufner, Rickie Fowler, Keegan Bradley, Jimmy Walker, Jason Day, Dustin Johnson and many more. The qualifying ends after this week’s tournament, the St. Jude’s Classic, which concludes on June 15.

This year is the first time the tournament has been located in the Pacific Northwest in its history.

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