Earlier this week it was revealed that country superstar, Jason Aldean, would be hitting the road on a nation-wide tour. On Thursday of this week his official tour dates were announced and it was revealed that the country crooner would be visiting historic stadiums during this tour instead of more traditional venues. The singer’s Night Train tour will take him to Fenway Park, Wrigley Field and the University of Georgia Stadium in what promises to be one of the most unique musical tours of 2013. Immediately after the singer’s unique venue choices were revealed tickets went on sale for the event. Those looking to catch the superstar live will want to act quickly as tickets are expected to sell out.
Meanwhile another legendary super star, only from the TV world, was under the spotlight this week thanks to her new Broadway play reveal. The play is called “Scandalous” and it is the brain child of television star Kathie Lee Gifford. The show began their highly anticipated previews this week with the official opening slated for November 15th. Fans of the television personality looking to see this one of a kind production live will have the chance in just a few weeks to see the star with this momentous Broadway debut.
A stones throw away from the streets of Broadway is the Brooklyn’s Barclays Center, the new state of the art arena that opened earlier this month. The center announced on Thursday that they would be brining the New York Islanders to Brooklyn in an official 25 year agreement deal that will uproot the Islanders beginning in the 2015-2016 season. The huge announcement came directly after it was revealed that the Islanders and the rest of the teams in the NHL would be allowed to return to the ice beginning November 1st, after the league reached an agreement deal that allowed the normal season to resume. This will have the Islanders back at home next week at their normal arena at Nassau County. In the mean time, the newly unveiled Barclays Center will be gearing up for one of their biggest events of the year, just weeks after opening.
This event will come in the form of the first official game of the Brooklyn Nets after moving from New Jersey and changing their name. The Nets will not only be christening the basketball courts of the new Barclays Center, but they will also be bringing in a massive crowd of New Yorkers to the first home game of the season as they will be taking on city rivals the New York Knicks. This is a NBA event that fans will not want to miss. Do you have your tickets yet?