Monday, July 30, 2007

Green Bay Packers Tickets for Family Night


This week sort of marks the beginning of the Green Bay Packers season as the team will hit the Lambeau Field Saturday evening when the defense will play the offense. Typically called the Packers Family Night for the cheap Packers tickets available. Face value on most of the tickets was $8 with most of the Packers tickets for family night going for $14-$40 in the secondary market.


I have found it true that this is a perfect night to introduce the kids to the green and gold without killing the pocketbook. There are fewer drunks and tons of kids.


If you are one for fewer kids and tons of drunks, you need to get moving on regular season Green Bay Packers tickets. The later in the season you can go, the better seat you can get for the money. However, if, like last year, the Pack starts playing some nice ball; you can certainly expect to see Packers ticket prices rise as the "W" column improves.

Thursday, July 19, 2007

Keith Urban Tickets for Bradley Center Show in Milwaukee



Keith Urban will be in Milwaukee playing the Bradley Center in downtown Milwaukee next Thursday. Why he is playing indoors is beyond me? I write not as a country music fan, but as a fan of the good seats regardless of the artist. With that said, for you country music fans, coming down from your Country Thunder USA, or Country Fest, or whichever one runs this weekend that I always mix up, you can check out Keith Urban up close and personal at the Bradley Center with good tickets still around town with local ticket brokers. Keith Urban tickets at this moment in time are running $150 or so for an elevated seat right near the stage.


Check out the review on Rolling Stone of Keith's most recent album; they like it and his fans seem to like it even more! Here is one of the posts in response to their review, "All I have to say is "Thank You, Australia, for giving us Keith". Every CD he makes just gets better and better. His talent far surpasses anyone in Country music right now. His voice is like honey, his guitar skills are mind blowing and his lyrics are passionate. I would be hard pressed to choose a favorite track, but "Used to the Pain" would be one of my favorites, just for the melody and driving beat if nothing else. A cross between country and classic rock. Apparently, whatever Nicole did to him worked, and it came out on this CD." 5 of 5 stars!

Friday, July 6, 2007

Jimmy Buffet only weeks away!

Parrotheads will be heading in droves to Alpine Valley to see their guy Jimmy Buffett. If you were thinking of going to the concert and didn't already buy your tickets, you might be out of luck on lawn seats as they are sold out at Ticketmaster and are sparse in the secondary market. Reserve Jimmy Buffett tickets are available only through ticket brokers. Doors open at Alpine Valley at 6p and the show starts at 8p.

Here is the 101 on Alpine. Use the address to mapquest directions.

2699 Highway D, PO Box 921
East Troy, WI 53120
262.642.4400