Friday, December 28, 2007

Milwaukee is going to be Rockin' in 2008

This is the time of year when I get a little sad, as usually there are very few concerts and meaningful sporting events to buy concert tickets for. NOT IN 2008 though! I have my happy face on. No seasonal affective disorder for this Brew City ticket guy! We have Billy Joel coming to the Bradley Center. We have Van Halen winding down it's tour at the Bradley Center. We FINALLY have Hannah Montana, Miley Cyrus, whatever her name is coming to the Bradley Center in January. I guess the BC needed to bring in some additional funds with the Milwaukee Bucks playing as they are. Let's keep this list rolling on. We have the Boss, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band playing a St. Patrick's Day show. It just keeps getting better for me, the hard-core concert-goer. HELLO. Bon Jovi February 21 at the Bradley Center.

I don't think I need to waste the space talking about the Green Bay Packers. We know they are headed to the Super Bowl. You can read all you want at my Green Bay Packers Blog.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Treat your honey to some Milwaukee Bucks Tickets this Holiday

I have heard from a handful of friends that they just didn't know what to get their boyfriend for Christmas. Everyone seems to buy themselves what they need and rarely is their an opportunity to surprise someone with something unexpected. With a little planning, a nice gift for a basketball fan would be Milwaukee Bucks tickets, which at this time can be had for below face value from brokers. I would suspect this will change when they start a winning streak. Oh yes, it's coming. Don't snicker.
Go Bucks!

Thursday, December 6, 2007

Ms. Pacman says...Packer Tickets Are Cheap

I'm sitting here with my good buddy Ms. Pacman, who writes about the Packers, and most recently, Green Bay Packers Tickets. She says that the game against Oakland this weekend is the first reasonably priced Packer ticket since the opener. According to Ms. Pacman you can buy a ticket for as little as $125 from a ticket broker, such as Ticket King. Sounds good to me, considering Packer playoff tickets are going for $300 each...more to come on that soon.