With the new year fast approaching, for college football fans it means its time for college bowl season. Most importantly, it means the BCS National Championship game. Ticket sales were officially announced this week when it was decided that undefeated Notre Dame would play against the number two team in the country; the Alabama Crimson Tide. From the moment tickets were announced this week, tickets have already been in high demand and started selling quickly. Those who are still looking for tickets to the January 7th national championship will want to act fact as these tickets are already on track to sell out quickly, for this annual college football event.
While football fans were treated to this big announcement this week; rock and music fans received an even bigger announcement this week when the iconic rock band, The Rolling Stones announced that they would be joined on stage by Gary Clark Jr. and Mary J. Blige for their December 8th concert. This fast approaching concert, taking place this weekend will be held at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn. The new announcement came as a surprise to fans who were already anticipating this huge event. Those who are looking for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see these three acts together on the stage will want to act quickly in order to see this act live.
While this rock concert will be taking place in the brand new Barclays Center in Brooklyn; the highly anticipated state-of-the-art New York arena; a more traditional event in New York City also made an announcement this week as well. The team behind the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, announced this week that tickets are now on sale for their must-see holiday spectacular. This annual event is one of the most traditional events in all of New York City and has been a time honored holiday experience for decades. Those who want to get tickets to see the Radio City Christmas Spectacular can now get tickets to the event, being held in Radio City Music Hall in New York. Tickets are on sale now through the New Year; with four different show times per day. This event only runs during the holiday season, so those looking to see the event live will want to act fast to get their tickets.