It’s time to get on your feet and enjoy some feel-good reggae music from one of the most celebrated performers in the genre. This summer you’ll have four chances to see Daddy Yankee in concert as he takes the stage with fellow Puerto Rican artist Don Omar, beginning Saturday, July 30 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tickets to this first show start at $68. With the Daddy Yankee Tour Tickets Guide, you can get a seat to the sights and sounds of this duo’s memorable show.
Born Ramon Ayala Rodriguez, Daddy Yankee, as he is known on stage, has been delighting audiences for two and a half decades with sounds of reggae, Latin, pop and hip-hop. Talented as a vocalist, drummer and pianist, Daddy Yankee made a name for himself locally in the mid-to-late ’90s, releasing a number of songs and music videos. By 2002, he began to find some success outside of Latin America when his album “El Cangri.com” was met with resounding approval in Miami and New York.
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For professional football fans, the start of the NFL season is like Christmas. This year’s NFL kickoff is even more special and highly anticipated. Plus, history will be made Sept. 8 when the Denver Broncos host the Carolina Panthers. This will mark the first time since 1970 that the previous year’s Super Bowl participants will meet in the season opener. In this NFL regular season kickoff: Super Bowl 50 rematch – Panthers vs. Broncos, the stakes may not be as high but the action will be just as furious. To be a part of this can’t-miss matchup, get your seat today. Tickets start at $136.
Super Bowl 50 was a classic, with the Broncos winning their third world championship by defeating the Panthers 24-10. Denver led the game wire to wire and put the contest away with a 2-yard touchdown run by C.J. Anderson and successful two-point conversion with 3:08 left to play. The Broncos prevailed despite a subpar game from legendary quarterback Peyton Manning, who went 13-23 for 141 yards and an interception. Still, Manning went out a winner. The future Hall of Famer announced his retirement shortly after the game. The holder of numerous NFL passing records, Manning won his second Super Bowl with last year’s victory.
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When the Cal Bears and the Hawaii Warriors clash on Aug. 26, it will officially kick off the start of the highly anticipated 2016 college football season. But the game has even more significance. Headlines in the U.S. and Australia will proclaim: NCAA football: Cal vs. Hawaii first-ever college football game in Sydney. That’s right, when these two Western teams collide it’ll mark the popular American sport’s first visit to the largest city in the Land Down Under. To attend this historic game, get your tickets today!
American football, or gridiron, as it is known in Australia, is not new to Sydney and the rest of the country. The first National Football League game was played in Sydney in 1999, and various amateur leagues have been formed Down Under. But college football, wildly popular in the United States, will be making its first trip to Sydney.
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If you’re looking for a bunch of laughs this fall and winter, you’re in for a real treat. Renowned stand-up comedian Amy Schumer is hitting the road beginning Sept. 15 for a marathon tour that will take her all across the U.S. and Canada to 42 stops, culminating in a New Year’s Eve show in New Orleans, Louisiana. Schumer is sure to have audiences rolling in the aisles and begging for more. If you want to be a part of all the hilarious jokes and comedy, us the Amy Schumer Tour Tickets Guide to find a city near you. Tickets to her first show in Paso Robles, California, start at $89.
Born in 1981 in Manhattan, New York, Schumer began doing stand-up in 2004 when she performed at the Gotham Comedy Club. She followed this with a successful appearance on Comedy Central, which she used on the show “Last Comic Standing” in 2007.
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Baltimore and Washington, D.C., are separated by only 40 miles. So you can imagine when the two cities’ baseball teams do battle, it makes for a compelling rivalry. Thanks to interleague play, Major League Baseball has created rare matchups that have added intrigue and excitement to professional baseball. With the Orioles vs. Nationals: Interleague Play Tickets Guide, you can have your own seat in the ballpark. Tickets to the teams’ first matchup, Aug. 22 at Camden Yards in Baltimore, start at $14.
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