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The Show Must Go On While Hurricane Sandy Roars

By David Jacobs | October 30th, 2012

Fans of professional sports, particularly hockey were left with a sour taste in their mouth this week, after the NHL made a very disappointing announcement for fans. After many expected that the NHL would truly return in the beginning of November and with games slated for November 1st, the NHL recently announced that they would be canceling even more games in the season. Currently the entire schedule for the month of November has been cancelled until further notice.

While sports fans may be reeling from this recent, announcement there is plenty in the world of entertainment to keep those around the country entertained until the return of hockey. Unfortunately, for many of those living on the East coast, looking to attend Broadway performances, many of the shows in New York have been cancelled through the 31st of October or until further notice due to the effects of hurricane Sandy and the many without power. However, once Broadway productions do start resuming as normal, fans looking to get into the holiday spirit can enjoy special performances of the live adaptation of “A Christmas Story” for which dates have officially been announced. The production will begin next week on November 5th and run through December 30th of 2012. Tickets are now officially on sale.

Entertainment Weekly

By David Jacobs | October 28th, 2012

Over the weekend , there were several big announcements in the music world in terms of upcoming tours and ticket sales. The first big weekend announcement came from the legendary jam band the Dave Matthews Band,  who revealed they would be heading out on a Winter Tour that will take them to massive stadiums around the country and up close with fans. Tickets for the event are now on sale for the public. Another rock band, Maroon 5, also made their own tour announcement over the weekend, revealing they would be heading out on the road on their own 2013 tour. The band will be joined by Owl City and the Neon Trees in a tour that will take them across North America. The tour will go from February to April and will be the band’s biggest tour to date, tickets will officially be on sale as of October 27th.

While rock fans will have two big concerts to look forward to, a group with a different approach to ‘rock’ music made their own announcement this weekend. The legendary group the Radio City Rockettes officially announced their schedule for the holiday season. This will be the 85th season for the show and will officially begin in New York on 9th. Those who want to see the Rockettes live will be able to see the performance through the holiday season.

Country Music or Sports?

By David Jacobs | October 25th, 2012

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.

Broadway Season 2012 Is Here

By David Jacobs | October 24th, 2012

As we enter later into the fall season, more and more news begins to erupt regarding new performances and shows that will be taking the Broadway stage. With a number of big Broadway performances announced over the weekend and several big shows set to open in the coming weeks, there is plenty for Broadway fans to be excited about.

One of the most anticipated events of the 2013 Broadway season is sure to be the innovative new production of Jekyll & Hyde, which will feature talents such as Constantine Maroulis, Deborah Cox and Larid Mackintosh. The show is Broadway bound and will arrive on the Broadway stage in April of 2013. In the meantime, theatre fans from around the country, will get the opportunity to see the performance live before it settles in its new Broadway home. Beginning the week of the 23-28 of October, Jekyll & Hyde will embark on a tour beginning in Tampa, FL then off to Charlotte, NC, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Durham, NC, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, OK and then to Los Angeles before the tour ends and the performance arrives to New York and its new home on Broadway. Fans will not want to miss a chance to see this production as it tours around the country and are encouraged to act fast if they want tickets to the event.

Concert News And 2012 World Series

By David Jacobs | October 24th, 2012

In the world of music entertainment, there has been a great deal of news in the past few days regarding big upcoming concert events showcasing multiple headlining artists. The news will have music fans reeling as they get the opportunity to see some of the biggest artists together on stage in once-in-a-lifetime concert events. One of the biggest announcements regarding these multi-artist concert came with the reveal of the lineup for the 2012 Z100 Jingle Ball. The annual concert event takes place at Madison Square Garden in New York City and typically features the biggest names in popular music coming together for a holiday concert event.

Tickets for the event will be going on sale this week and the headlining acts of this years concert for the Z100 concert will feature Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and the band One Direction. Tickets for the event are sure to sell out quickly, especially after the announcement of the big headlining acts, so those interested in taking advantage of the concert opportunity will want to act quickly. This news came along with the announcement that the Ultra Music Festival, typically held in Miami, Florida, would be adding a second weekend to the festival in honor of its 15th anniversary.  Fans can see even more of their favorite acts live at the event.

2013 BCS Game tickets already available!

By Amy | October 14th, 2012

With the Alabama Crimson Tide and the Florida Gators holding the top two spots currently in the BCS standings, that can only mean one thing: it’s getting closer to the date when all college football fans put down whatever they’re doing – the laundry, the paperwork, the baby – and all eyes become glued to the television for the BCS game. Well, not all fans, since some will be lucky enough to see it live! No sports bar patrons jostling their way in front of the TV or hefty pay-per-views to sit and watch the game from afar, but the real sights and sounds of the BCS Championship Game at Miami Gardens this January. Can you picture yourself there? It’ll be easier if you take the plunge and order tickets now, while there’s still time to plan on that sick day from work, and while the best seats are still available.

Check out the selection of BCS Championship Game tickets here!

Aerosmith’s New Dimension

By Amy | August 1st, 2012

Aerosmith‘s Global Warming Tour is proving – again and again – that rock and roll is not necessarily the young man’s world. At 40 years together and counting, the group has continued to sell out stadiums and theaters across the nation and beyond, and has recently produced a new album of original music, or “Music From a New Dimension.” Now, together with fellow rockers Cheap Trick, the Global Warming summer concert tour has been creating memories everywhere it’s stopped, finishing up in Bristow, VA on August 12. Did you miss it? If so, you’ve got another chance to catch Aerosmith next month at the iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas with Taylor Swift and Bon Jovi!

Got a question?

By Amy | July 21st, 2012

Do you ever have questions about event tickets, but aren’t sure who to ask? First off, if your question involves wanting to know when tickets for a certain event go on sale, there’s an easy way to answer that. Just sign up for our ticket alerts on the artist you’re interested in by entering your email address on their page here on our site, and you’ll receive an automated email the moment tickets are listed! You can’t get it any easier than that.

If your question involves a particular order – say, a question regarding shipping or seating specifics – you’ll need to talk to our support group at 1-866-353-5167. They’ll have access to all your purchase records and can answer just about anything you might want to know regarding your tickets.

And lastly, if your question is something else, you can also post on the Coast to Coast Tickets Facebook page! The page is monitored frequently, and we’re always happy to help. Happy shopping!

Intro to Pete Holmes

By Amy | June 20th, 2012

So who’s this Pete Holmes guy? You’ve seen him in a half hour Comedy Central special, and on Conan and Jimmy Fallon’s late night shows. He’s been on VH1, and was declared one of the top ten comedians to watch in 2011 by Variety Magazine. He’s one of many comedians who have taken to twitter to spread their humor (he’s found at @peteholmez), and we’ve got tickets to see Pete Holmes live!

NBA playoffs coming down to the wire!

By Amy | April 17th, 2012

Last fall, it seemed like there might not *be* an NBA season, but looking back now, it’s safe to say this has been a close one! As many as nine teams are looking poised to potentially come out on top, including the San Antonio Spurs, Oklahome City Thunder, LA Clippers, Indiana Pacers and more. Check out this list to see if there’s a possible playoff team near you (stats current as of Monday, 4/16):

San Antonio Spurs (43-16)
Chicago Bulls (46-15)
Oklahoma City Thunder (44-17)
Miami Heat (43-17)
Los Angeles Clippers (38-23)
Indiana Pacers (39-22)
Los Angeles Lakers (39-22)
Boston Celtics (36-25)
Memphis Grizzlies (35-25)

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