With this weekend being the annual NFL Pro Bowl, and tickets still available for the event there are many who have their eyes on the NFL this weekend. It has been revealed that if players don’t take the game seriously that the event could be suspended and that this could be the last annual all-star game. This is a move that has increased ticket sales but caused concern with many fans. The event is being held in Honolulu, HI on January 27th. In addition to looking to the Pro Bowl event, most football fans are gearing up for next weekend’s Super Bowl in New Orleans. Tickets are still available for the February 3rd event for those who are looking to see the biggest game of the year and the matchup between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens. There are still both traditional tickets and VIP passes available for the event.
While many are looking to get their tickets to these two big NFL events; another big event that many are clamoring for tickets to another NFL centered event and for is the annual Bay to Breakers event in San Francisco, California. The event is designed to focus on community and local pride and has been one of the biggest events in the city of San Francisco for years. It was announced this week that tickets for the annual event which includes costume contests and a 12k run/walk event are now on sale. This is the 102nd annual event. Tickets are now open to the public for the whole day of festivities with ticket prices starting at $53.00 for adults and $48.00 for kids. However those who are looking to see the event live will want to act fast as these tickets are known for selling out fast.
However one of the biggest announcements of the week came from two of the biggest rock n’ roll performers in the country; Kid Rock and Bob Seger. Both Kid Rock and rocker Bob Seger with his band the Silver Bullets revealed they would be on tour this spring for multi-city US tours. During both of their tours the rockers will cross paths in both Fargo, ND and St. Paul, MN and will co-headline a pair of US shows. These shows promise to be some of the biggest in the music industry and only two co-headlining events will be part of their tours. Tickets for these two March shows are now available; will you be taking advantage of seeing both of the rockers live on the same stage?