This week the world of entertainment has been focused on the holiday season; with many of the biggest touring acts in music right now taking a break to enjoy the holidays at home. While most musical acts took a few days off from their tours before gearing up for touring action in 2013; the theatrical world was a buzz this holiday season with hit live theater musicals about the holidays from A Christmas Story to Elf and How the Grinch Stole Christmas are all heading into their final week of performances before the holiday season comes to a close. Most of these Broadway productions are only slated to play through the first of the year, so fans will want to get their tickets now before these plays close until next holiday season.
While there has been minimal news from the music and theater world around the holiday season, the professional sports world has been in full swing. With regular season NBA games lasting through the holidays; there has been plenty of basketball action to keep fans excited. With the New Year approaching it also means that more of the big bowl games on on the horizon. With several bowl games already played, some of the biggest ones yet, including the Cotton Bowl, Orange Bowl, Rose Bowl and the BCS National Championship are all set to kick off around the New Year. Tickets are still available for college football fans who want to get in on all of this action during bowl season.
Meanwhile, many sports fans have their eyes set of the NFL as the professional football league inches closet to playoff time. With the last weekend of the regular season of the NFL approaches and with many teams battling not only for a playoff appearance but for home field advantages and seeding this week, fans of the NFL can expect all types of action in the upcoming week. Furthermore, the last week of the regular season also means that NFL playoff tickets are on the horizon and that after next week fans looking to see their favorite teams take the field in the playoffs will be able to get tickets to see the playoffs live. Since most playoff locations are determined by the rank and seeding of the teams still left in play; most playoff spots will not be revealed until next week; when fans will be able to buy tickets to see their favorite teams play. Tickets will be on sale early next month; will you be getting yours?
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