Posts Tagged ‘Super Bowl’

Dallas Cowboys Tickets

By David Jacobs | August 11th, 2014

Three years running the Dallas Cowboys have been on the doorstep of the playoffs but have been unable to cross the threshold. In 2011, it was Eli Manning and the New York Giants who were able to hold off Tony Rom and company in Week 17, eventually defeating the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl. Two years ago, rookie sensation Robert Griffin III led the Washington Redskins to a home victory over the Cowboys, with a Romo interception late in the game sealing the deal. And last year, Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles toppled Dallas, taking the NFC East crown and sending the Cowboys packing.

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But hope is renewed in 2014 and the Cowboys believe they have the strongest unit in recent memory. During the offseason, Jerry Jones and the Cowboys brass shored up the offensive line and they hope youngsters on the defensive side of the ball will be ready to take the next step after a year of seasoning.

It will not be an easy beginning, as the Cowboys kick off the season with a big home matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. The Niners have had their own struggles over the past few years, falling in the NFC Championship game twice and succumbing to the Ravens two years ago in the Super Bowl. For fans looking to attend the home opener, Dallas Cowboys tickets begin at $152 and currently have an average ticket price of $432.

Denver Broncos 2014

By David Jacobs | August 7th, 2014

Peyton Manning will surely not be pleased with the final result of the 2013 season. After guiding the Denver Broncos to a historically great regular season, Manning and crew faltered in the Super Bowl at MetLife Stadium, succumbing to the suffocating defense of the Seattle Seahawks. Manning looked dazed and confused in the pocket all game long and never seemed to be on the same page as his receivers. After putting up numbers worthy of the record books during the regular season, Manning could not put the icing on the cake and take home the Lombardi Trophy.

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But the 2014 season provides a fresh chance for manning and the Broncos as the look to win the franchise’s first Super Bowl since the days of John Elway. The Broncos open with a home game against the Indianapolis Colts, Manning’s former team. Quarterback Andrew Luck will look to capture the upset in the first week, but expect the Broncos to be close to a touchdown favorite in the game. For fans looking to attend, the cheapest Denver Broncos tickets currently available is $129 with an average ticket price of $449.

Super Bowl Weekend

By David Jacobs | February 3rd, 2013

Recent ticket information was released this week revealing that tickets for Super Bowl 47, which will be held this week on Sunday February 3rd, have decreased drastically and that tickets for the annual event have not yet sold out. With ticket prices on the secondary market decreasing as well there are still plenty of opportunities for football fans and supporters of either team to get in on the action and get their Super Bowl tickets for the big game. Tickets are still on sale and available to the public now and are being offered for lower prices than they were when tickets were first revealed. Those who are looking to get these discounted Super Bowl tickets will want to act fast before the big game takes place.

In other entertainment news, the latest solo play from acclaimed entertainer Martin Moran will be kicking off this week. The off-Broadway play; titled “All the Rage,” will be opening on January 30th at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater. The performer; who has had a slew of other wildly popular solo plays has been promising fans that this play will be a unique departure from his earlier works. Tickets for the event have already been selling fast and tickets for upcoming performances are on sale now and available to the public.

Pro Bowl Weekend

By David Jacobs | January 27th, 2013

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.

Manilow, Luke Bryan and Super Bowl

By David Jacobs | January 24th, 2013

This week while many in the sports world are still gearing up for the upcoming Super Bowl, the world of live entertainment has also been presented with several big announcements from the music world. Country super star Luke Bryan revealed this week that after selling out the first leg of his “Dirt Road Diaries Tour” which he is currently on, he would be adding additional shows to the tour to help deliver his fun, high energy sound to more fans across the country. The first leg of the tour is scheduled to end on March 23rd. This new summer leg will add 35 dates to the tour, beginning on May 17th in Virginia Beach, VA and will keep the performer on the road throughout October of 2013. Tickets for the new leg of the tour go on sale this week.

One of the other big announcements of the week came from Crosby Stills and Nash. The iconic folk rock band revealed that they would be hitting the road for an upcoming 2013 tour. This tour will take the band throughout the United States in 23 different stops as they deliver some of their biggest songs from the past few decades and some of their latest recordings. This new tour will be visiting some of the biggest cities in the country and bringing fans of the group up close and personal with the folk rock veterans. Tickets for the tour go on sale to the public this week.

Football and Hockey

By David Jacobs | January 22nd, 2013

This week, the world of live entertainment was all about sports. The NHL officially returned this weekend and welcomed back their season after a long hiatus due to the NHL lockout. With the regular season schedule now in full swing; fans can get tickets to see all of their favorite teams take the ice at home. Tickets are now available for all NHL games and are available to the general public.

Although hockey fans were undoubtedly excited about the return of their sports season, for many sports fans all eyes were on the football field. This is because this weekend, Sunday January 27th is the annual NFL Pro Bowl. This football all-star event features the top players of the league facing off against each other in an AFC vs. NFC competition to determine which of the two conferences in the best in the league. With top players from all of the teams in the sport, with the exception of players from the two teams attending the Superbowl, football fans will not want to miss out on this live event. The game, which is being held at the Aloha Stadium in Hawaii will take place on Sunday January 27th and with official line ups now set; tickets are still available for those looking to see the action live.