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At least this one has a happy ending. For Jon Bon Jovi in New Jersey this past Friday, the end of the show involved an unfortunate hamstring injury on stage, but the show must – and did – go on. After ending on a rousing “Living on a Prayer,” the rest of the band helped him off stage in a heartwarming display. With luck, this won’t affect the rest of the tour, and he’s saying it won’t. We hope he’s right!
Congrats, Jon, on sticking it out for the fans, and feel better very soon.
Everyone’s heard the complaints about season ticket holders selling off their tickets for cash, but is it really a bad thing? Clearly we don’t think so, but it’s nice to see that the top brass agrees. From the ESPN college basketball blog article by Eamonn Brennan:
‘Bob Bowman, the CEO of MLB Advance Media, the arm of the sport that runs MLB.com, said most teams have come to the realization that the secondary market is a benefit, not a blow. “We’re in the secondary market whether we embraced it or not,” he said. “There’s no one who can go to all 81 games. The clubs don’t benefit from tickets in the drawer.”‘
That’s a good way to put it. Unused tickets may have been paid for in the price of the season pass, so it’s not a total loss for the team, but what about all the other sources of game-related income? Parking fees, concession fees, income from merchandise? A ticket that doesn’t get used costs the franchise a lot more than just the cost of the ticket, and that’s not even taking into account the demoralizing factor of seeing empty stands.
From Jonas Brothers, to Kid Rock and Counting Crows, to rumors of Rihanna, the recent news of cancelled concerts keeps coming. Is that a reason to not buy concert tickets? Absolutely not – but it IS a reason to make sure that anytime you buy tickets, make sure they are refundable in case of cancellation, or that they’ll still be good in case of postponement! And to do that, you need to a) buy from a company who you know you can get a hold of when you need to, and b) you need to hold onto your tickets! In the case of asking for refunds, it’s very probably you may have to send the tickets back to get the refund, so don’t lose them – they’re still valuable, even in the event of a cancellation.
So buy with confidence and know that no matter what, you’re protected with Coast to Coast!
Fans of the hit dancing show “So You Think You Can Dance” might remember an amazing guest dance troupe performing on last week’s results show. You probably marveled at the artistry, but did you make a note of what that performance was from? We did! (Or we wouldn’t be writing about it now.)
The routine was “That’s Life” from the hit Broadway musical “Come Fly Away,” danced by Tony award nominees Karine Plantadit and Keith Roberts. The musical itself is phenomenal, featuring the smooth tunes of Frank Sinatra, and paired with the acclaimed choreography of Twyla Tharp (of “Movin’ Out” fame.)
The show is big, it’s romantic, it’s star-studded and filled with the undeniable energy of big band and swing. Don’t miss it – and don’t settle for second-rate seats! Coast to Coast has Come Fly Away tickets for shows currently through 2011.
With so many late-night entertainment shows to choose from, it’s easy to think they’re all the same. But fans of Chelsea Handler know that she’s the real deal – smart, sassy, and sarcastic, and anything but a one-trick pony. Her talk show, “Chelsea Lately,” provides a hilarious and refreshing look at celebrity culture, and as the highest-rated profgram on the E! television network, it seems she’s here to stay.
In addition to her successful show, she’s also an acclaimed author, with three best-sellers under her belt including Chelsea Chelsea Bang Bang, Are You There, Vodka? It’s Me, Chelsea, and My Horizontal Life. Twitter users know her for her snappy one-liners, and she’s graced the waves of internet TV in the popular MSN online web series “In The Motherhood.”
If this is your first time hearing about Chelsea, you’ve got a lot to catch up on – but luckily for you, she may be coming to your town this summer! Check out our selection of Chelsea Handler tickets here, and with luck you can see her in person and up close!
Last time in this spot we talked about U2′s postponed tour. This time, we’re looking at a tour that’s just as legendary, but the news is a while lot better (contrary to what the name of the tour might indicate). Slash, of Guns N’ Roses fame, has been a guitar icon for decades, and this fall, he’s bringing his unique brand of awesome to cities across the US, starting with San Francisco and moving on from there.
This tour will bring to the West Coast and other areas a chance to see Slash supporting what’s being called by many his first true solo project, and the reception since its release has been extremely favorable. Slash is expected to play a mix of old and new, so the concerts should give a well-rounded look at the talent that landed him a recent star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
We have the tickets to get you front and center, so keep an eye on our Slash concert tickets page as more tickets are released!
(That was easy, wasn’t it?)