Posts Tagged ‘Taylor Swift’

Happy New Year from CTC!

By David Jacobs | January 1st, 2013

As the New Year was ushered in this week many began focusing their sites on what the world of entertainment would bring in for the year 2013. With several big announcements regarding 2013 live ticket events, concert and music fans have plenty to be looking forward to in 2013. One of the biggest upcoming concert events for 2013 came from the famed country crooner Taylor Swift. The country superstar announced late in 2012 that she would be heading on the road in 2013 for her Red Tour across the country. The live concert is set to kick off on Wednesday March 13th at the CenturyLink Center in Omaha and will keep the singer on the road for most of the year. Tickets to see Taylor Swift in 2013 are on sale now.

Concert Tours

By David Jacobs | December 7th, 2012

As the holiday season quickly approaches, there are many music and concert fans who are not only getting ready for the most wonderful time of the year, but those who are gearing up for 2013 and all of the exciting live music events that this year has in store. Recent announcements from the music world have revealed a number of big, exciting concert events that will be taking place in 2013 and that are sure to delight music fans of all types.

One of the biggest announcements came from one of the biggest music legends in the history of rock: Eric Clapton. The guitarist revealed earlier this month that he would be taking part in a major United States tour in 2013. The concert is set to kick off on March 14, 2013 in Phoenix, Arizona at the US Airways Center. The concert will go on to include 15 different cities across the United States. Tickets are currently on sale for all concert events on this upcoming tour.

Weekend Plans?

By David Jacobs | November 16th, 2012

This weekend, pop and country fans alike will experience a big treat as country superstar Taylor Swift will be putting tickets on sale for her upcoming 2013 Red Tour. The highly anticipated tour was announced earlier in the month where Swift revealed she would be touring across North America with Ed Sheeran as her opening act. Every concert will have affordable ticket options for fans, per the request of Swift herself. Based on the success of her previous tours, fans can expect tickets to the event to sell out quickly. This weekend will include sales for Washington DC, Pittsburgh, Tampa, Detroit, Toronto, Kansas City, Chicago and Los Angeles. Tickets will officially be one sale this weekend on Saturday for the aforementioned events.

Meanwhile, another big name country and pop sensation; Carrie Underwood Tickets for her upcoming 2013 concerts are on sale this weekend. Saturday will be a chance for fans to get tickets to a few of the dates that were added to the extension of her current concert in cities such as Charleston, Jacksonville, Fort Wayne, Portland, Milwaukee, Omaha and Las Vegas. The tour, called the Blown Away Tour sold out most arenas on its first leg and the second leg of the tour is expected to sell out as well, so fans will not want to delay.

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.