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Melissa Etheridge

Who is Melissa Etheridge ? Well, I’m not a super-fan, but I do like her music and think she’s pretty rad, so I’ll try to help you out.

A Berklee College of Music dropout, this singer/songwriter/guitarist got her start in Los Angeles in the 80s like a lot of rock artists do - by playing in bars. Etheridge released three albums from 1988 to 1992, and broke into the mainstream scene with her fourth album in 1993, allowing her to become one of the most popular rock artists of the 90s. She won two Grammys and has been nominated for several more. People besides me think she’s pretty cool as well, cool enough to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Melissa became known for her emotional, confessional lyrics, her pop-y folk-rock music, and her rough, Janis Joplin-esque voice. Like any artist, she had some songs that made it big more than others.

"Bring Me Some Water"

“Bring Me Some Water” was Melissa’s first single, released in 1988, from her self-titled debut album. This song is about dealing with the pain and jealousy that comes with a non-monogamous relationship. The main metaphoric chorus lyrics are “Somebody bring me some water/can’t you see I’m burning alive.” It hit No. 10 on the U.S. Rock chart, No. 32 on the Canadian chart, No. 17 in New Zealand, and No. 9 in Australia. “Bring Me Some Water” begins with an easily recognizable rock intro, and it introduced Etheridge’s raw, emotional voice that would come to characterize her music. The song also earned her a Grammy nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.

"I’m the Only One"

“I’m the Only One” is one of Etheridge’s biggest songs. It came on her fourth album, Yes I Am, which was titled as an answer to those questioning her sexual orientation. The song hit No. 8 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 5 on Pop Songs, No. 4 on Top 40, and No. 1 on Hot Adult Contemporary. The lyrics, with a similar theme to her first album and the hit “Bring Me Some Water,” discuss her pain over her lover being with someone else. She’s telling her she’ll always be the only one who loves her deeply. The song is still popular, being played on variety radio stations, and covered at least four times on American Idol, once on The Voice, and even on Glee.

"Come to My Window"

Melissa’s second Grammy Award-winning song, “Come to My Window,” was also on the 1993 album Yes I Am, having been released in 1994 as a radio single. This was the first song released after she publicly announced that she was gay. The song was played frequently on radio stations, largely due to a high volume of requests. It hit the Billboard charts right away, going to No. 25 on the Hot 100. It also ranked well on the Adult Contemporary, the Top 40, and the Canadian charts. The feel of the song is softer than “I’m the Only One,” and describes what she is willing to go through for her lover and how happy she makes her. The lyrics, “I don’t care what they think/I don’t care what they say/What do they know about this love, anyway?” can easily be connected to her sexual orientation and the inherent sense of rebellion that outwardly gay couples often have.

Rocker Melissa Etheridge is going on tour this November. She also has a new album, This is M.E., coming out September 30th, which was given a three-star review by Rolling Stone.

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1.) Get some comfy sweaters – Sweaters are necessary as the temperatures start to drop. Whether you rejoice in their versatility or denounce them for their abuse by hipsters, sweaters are undeniably useful. So, do some shopping. Thrift stores are great for both traditional and eccentric finds. Grab some pullovers every color of the rainbow for work; for those of you rocking the Cosby sweater this fall, more power to you.

2.) Read Gothic literature – Classics like Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Bram Stoker’s Dracula are must-reads, especially around this spooky time of year. Still there are some solid contemporary writers in the genre as well like Stephen King, of course, Dennis Lehane, and Mark Z. Danielewski. If you’ve never read King’s Carrie, Lehane’s Mystic River, or Danielewski’s House of Leaves, now’s the perfect time to curl up with a good book and a cup of autumnal tea.

3.) Stock up on horror films – Who doesn’t love munching on some popcorn and peeking through your fingers as a character is murdered on the TV screen? Some personal favorites include: The Shining, Psycho, Hellraiser, The Conjuring, and Insidious. If you’re scared easily, then there are always the B-rated standbys: Scream, I Know What You Did Last Summer, and pretty much any other “scary” movie made in the 90s.

4.) Research haunted houses and hayrides – What makes October fun is all the Halloween-themed activities going on in any given area. From your neighborhood haunted houses to Universal Studios-caliber events of mischief and mayhem, it’s important to do some research beforehand to find out which attractions are worth going to and which ones don’t deserve your $30 (or more). Most places overcharge at the gate and sometimes you can find discounted tickets or coupons online, so checking out their website or a site like Groupon ahead of time may save you some cash for scary-oke later on.

5.) Listen to the Nightmare Revisited soundtrack – This cover album of songs from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas will rock your spider socks off. With artists like Marilyn Manson, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Korn, Rise Against, RJD2, DeVotchKa, and more performing the beloved songs from this holiday classic, you’ll find yourself headbanging in the car, the shower, your desk, repeating, “This is Halloween, This is Halloween” in your best Jack Skellington impression.


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On Sales 9-25-14

Here's a list of the hottest events with dates going on sale this week. Our featured events of the week are Phish and Elton John, whose New Year's Eve shows in Miami and Brooklyn are sure to rock the East Coast this December. Garth Brooks is still making waves in Lexington, Kentucky, and most recently, Minneapolis, where he will head this November on his extensive tour of the U.S. Melissa Etheridge is also stirring up fervor amongst country fans as she plans her next big round of concerts. Willie Nelson is following the lead of friends Bob Dylan and John Mellencamp and getting back out on the stage, and Maroon 5 and Chris Young are gearing up for big shows as well. The Broadway world is prepping for the holidays with their excellent touring productions of The Lion King and Wicked, which make for perfect presents for family members of all ages. For tickets to these events and more, head over to Ticket Liquidator.





Celtic Thunder Friday, 9/26/14 Orlando, FL; Atlantic City, NJ; Springfield, MA; Boston, MA; Kansas City, MO; St. Louis, MO; Duluth, MN; Bemidji, MN; Bossier City, LA; Winnipeg, MB; Houston, TX; Denver, CO; Riverside, CA; Milwaukee, WI; Los Angeles, CA; San Jose, CA; Abbotsford, BC; Prince George, BC; Dawson Creek, BC; San Diego, CA
Chris Young Wednesday, 10/1/14 Cabazon, CA
Elton John Friday, 9/26/14 Brooklyn, NY
Garth Brooks Friday, 9/26/14 Lexington, KY
Garth Brooks Friday, 10/3/14 Minneapolis, MN
Maroon 5 Monday, 9/29/14 Inglewood, CA
Melissa Etheridge Monday, 9/29/14 Philadelphia, PA; Mashantucket, CT; Boston, MA; Ann Arbor, MI; Jacksonville, FL; Orlando, FL; Atlanta, GA; Pompano Beach, FL; Austin, TX; Cleveland, OH; New York, NY; Thackerville, OK; Houston, TX; New Orleans, LA; Durham, NC; New York, NY; Chicago, IL
Phish Saturday, 10/4/14 Miami, FL
Stevie Wonder Monday, 9/29/14 Washington, DC; Atlanta, GA; Las Vegas, NV; Oakland, CA
Willie Nelson Friday, 9/26/14 Phoenix, AZ

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Sept. 29, 2014 -- Derek Jeter's storied career came to an end yesterday, as the Houston Astros fell to the New York Mets, concluding the 2014 season, and ending Jeter's Hall-of-Fame career.

Jeter, drafted by the Astros with the No. 1 overall pick in the 1992 MLB First-Year Player Draft, finishes his storied career with 3,201 hits, a career average of .302, and 234 home runs. More notably, however, Jeter became the face of the Astros franchise, leading Houston to its first two World Series wins in franchise history.

"It's been a real honor," Jeter said to reporters after the game at Citi Field in Queens, New York. "To be the No. 1 overall pick of a draft, and then to win a pair of World Series titles, it's all been a dream come true."

Combined with Jeff Bagwell, Derek Bell, Craig Biggio and Lance Berkman, Jeter and the Astros had one of the most prolific offenses of all-time, matching the Indians' potent offense in the 1990s. In 2004, the Astros boosted their lineup by adding Carlos Beltran at the trade deadline, leading the Astros to a six-game NLCS win over the St. Louis Cardinals, and defeating the Boston Red Sox in the World Series -- extending the curse of the Bambino.

Though the Astros captured the NL pennant five times, the Astros only won the World Series twice -- leaving Jeter with two rings.

"Just getting there five times is a blessing, and winning the first two in Astros franchise history -- it's a real honor," Jeter added at his press conference.

Houston appeared in the 1997 World Series, but fell to the Cleveland Indians in six games. Houston won 107 games in 1998, en route to the franchise's first-ever World Series title. Houston would go on to appear in the 1999, 2001 and 2004 World Series, but only won in 1998 and 2004.

Since Jeter's career in Houston started in 1995, both the sports and baseball world radically changed. The Astros became one of baseball's model franchises, while iconic franchises like the New York Yankees -- who drafted Phil Nevin in the 1992 draft -- continued to toil.

Before Jeter made his debut, very few people could even dream of owning a Palm Pilot -- but now the iconic device is in over 70% of households in the United States. Macintosh sold its remaining business to Bill Gates and Microsoft, making Linux the only alternative to Windows.

A third major political party emerged in 2000 in the United States, uniting Americans politically for the first time in decades, while cats and dogs have settled their differences, and are now able to live together.

Jeter's retirement comes with little fanfare -- just as the now-Houston resident would want it. Jeter's career ended in front of a sell-out crowd in New York, where something just seemed slightly off -- as if the New York-based crowd were cheering for Jeter as if he was one of their own.

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Brandon Marshall's lackluster performance on Monday Night Football denied Eli's Sad Face (77.8 points) back-to-back wins in Ticket Liquidator's Fantasy Football, allowing Rally Monkey (85.4) to come away with the Week 3 victory -- and a $25 discount code!

Rally Monkey finished a close second during Week 2, just .3 points behind Eli's Sad Face. Rally Monkey was led by Andrew Luck, who amassed 31.9 points with his performance on Sunday. Rally Monkey also wisely avoided selecting LeSean McCoy -- who nearly every other player selected. McCoy managed just a meager .2 points.

Kudos to The Dinkanator, who finished in last place during Week 2, but vaulted all the way up to second place in Week 3. The Dinkanator was one of two players to select Julio Jones -- who was the week's top-scoring wide receiver, with 28.1 points.

Here are the final Week 2 standings, followed by the cumulative standings for the season. Remember, we will give away an $100 discount code to the leader after every four weeks, and a $200 code to the overall season winner!

Week 3 Standings 

  • Rally Monkey -- 85.40
  • The Dinkanator -- 78.26
  • Mower Power -- 77.86
  • Eli's Sad Face -- 77.80
  • Snake Levine -- 66.46
  • Luckness Monster -- 62.64
  • Team Puppies -- 61.36
  • The Dynasty -- 57.04
  • Gudy2Shoes -- 55.16


Cumulative Standings

  • Rally Monkey -- 179.74
  • Eli's Sad Face -- 172.44
  • Luckness Monster -- 153.28
  • Snake Levine -- 148.00
  • The Dynasty -- 143.58
  • The Dinkanator -- 137.68
  • Gudy2Shoes -- 128.40
  • Mower Power -- 77.86
  • Gritty Gutties -- 75.74
  • CMDDRS -- 69.58
  • Jim in Maine -- 62.94
  • Team Puppies -- 61.36

Don't forget to make your Week 4 picks HERE!

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Ariana Grande

Former Nickelodeon actress turned pop star, Ariana Grande, has been a hot topic lately. This young woman has quickly risen to fame due to her cute face and her ridiculously good singing voice that has the ability to do crazy high-pitched runs. (People have even been comparing her to Mariah Carey!) Ariana performed at the iHeartRadio Music Festival this weekend, including an impressive duo performance with Nicki Minaj of their song “Bang Bang," and tickets are on sale for her first headlining tour, the Honeymoon Tour, with dates into spring 2015. But people have been talking about Grande beyond her big performances. Recent news has been just as much about her personality as her singing.

Rumors have it that Miss Grande is…wait for it…a DIVA. A source from The Guardian claimed that at a recent event the atmosphere around her was “very intense” as she was talking down to everyone around her. Last year at the AMA’s, an E! interviewer lamented that she was forced to interview Grande only on the left side (apparently her better side for pictures). The interviewer was peeved not at the high-nosed behavior in general, but specifically at Grande because she is such a new star, who apparently hasn’t earned the right to act like the most famous diva, Mariah Carey.

I think people can agree that it’s annoying when celebrities of any caliber act like jerks, or, as one article commenter put it, “the g-d queen of the world.” Another commenter, however, asserts that people criticizing Grande “are being ridiculous out of jealousy.” Defending the singer, they justify her behavior with the idea that we regular people could not understand the “explosion” of fame in her life.

After reports of her strict demeanor with the press and nasty comments towards fans, Ariana insisted that it was mere gossip, tweeting, “Man some of these rumors that have been coming out about me lately actually have me laughing out loud… :’) :’) :’o...really can’t take them seriously.” I assume most pop music fans will take her word for it, not wanting a reason to dislike such a talented, successful singer. With two No. 1 albums and recent mega-hits “Problem” and “Break Free,” I don’t think Ariana Grande’s success will be brought down in the slightest by reports of excessive diva-ness. After all, we do expect her to live up to Mariah’s example, don’t we?

©Ariana Grande, YouTube

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John Mellencamp

Although the singer-songwriter is most famous for overplayed radio hits like “Jack and Diane” and “Pink Houses,” John Mellencamp (formerly John Cougar Mellencamp [formerly Johnny Cougar]) also has quite a few other impressive accomplishments under his music belt (which is also equally impressive, including 13 Grammy nominations, 22 Top 40 hits, and over 40 million albums sold). Watch out James Franco, here comes another modern-day Renaissance man!

1.) Farm Aid – As a founding member of Farm Aid®, an organization that started as a benefit concert in 1985 in Champaign, Illinois, Mellencamp helps raise money for American family farmers every year. Inspired by Bob Dylan and in conjunction with Willie Nelson and Neil Young, Mellencamp organized the first concert at University of Illinois' Memorial Stadium on September 22nd and raised more than $9 million. Bringing family farmers before Congress to testify about the poor family farming conditions in America, Mellencamp and Nelson ensured political change. Congress recognized the famers’ concerns and passed the Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 to help save family farms from foreclosure. Farm Aid® continues to put on annual concerts with artists like Dave Matthews Band, Jack White, and Wilco to maintain awareness and continue to raise funds for farmers in need.

2.) Visual ArtistMellencamp is a serious painter. He studied with portrait painter David Leffel and Jan Royce of the Herron School of Art and Design, developing his own style that has been characterized as solemn, dark, and shadowy. His work has been featured in many exhibitions, the first being Nothing Like I Planned at Nashville’s Tennessee State Museum in 2012. Another exhibition called The Paintings of John Mellencamp premiered at Ohio’s Butler Institute of American Art in late 2013 marked an important milestone in Mellencamp’s visual art career as it garnered positive critical reviews from writers of The New York Times and Studio International. The exhibition will travel to more museums later this year and well into 2015.

3.) Musical Collaborator – Teaming up with horror writer Stephen King in 2000, Mellencamp wrote the score for their musical titled Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, a Southern Gothic about two feuding brothers who are stuck together in a haunted cabin. The production opened in 2012 in Atlanta to mixed reviews, but a touring production began in 2013. Mellencamp’s music and lyrics have been praised by many as a merging of blues, rock, and country. The soundtrack features many prominent artists including Elvis Costello (who co-wrote the first track “That’s Me”), Neko Case, Sheryl Crow, Kris Kristofferson, and more. The tour runs through the end of 2014.

4.) Political Activist – As most musicians are, Mellencamp has always been wary of the powers that be. Dating back to the Reagan era, Mellencamp was very critical of good old Ronald’s politics and made his views apparent in songs like “Country Gentleman” where he aptly pointed out that Reagan was only interested in serving the rich. His political songs continued into the 2000 Presidential elections when he released “To Washington,” in which he spoke out against the war in Iraq. Mellencamp even wrote an “Open Letter to America” on his website condemning George W. Bush for his ridiculous political moves. Mellencamp’s hidden track titled “Rodeo Clown” on his album Freedom’s Road is a jab at Bush as well. Mellencamp performed at rallies for President Obama and Hillary Clinton to support the Democratic Party, even though they are not as liberal as he would like them to be, he understands that in today’s political climate it’s unfortunately a choice between the lesser of two evils.

5.) John Steinbeck-Approved – Mellencamp received the John Steinbeck Award on July 30, 2012 in San Jose, California. This award is given annually to a person who contributes to society in the Steinbeck essence: “the spirit of Steinbeck's empathy, commitment to democratic values, and belief in the dignity of the common man.” Mellencamp is an artist who seeks to give voice to the underrepresented. Like his predecessors (Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan), he seeks to portray the American struggle in all of its chaos. As Mellencamp stated:

"John Steinbeck’s remarkable ability to give voice to the common man and to people on society’s margins, to describe their plight and aspirations, continues to inspire us more than a century after his birth. I’m very honored to be the recipient of an award given in his name." (CBS)

Mellencamp joined such legends as Joan Baez, Jackson Browne, Garrison Keillor, Rachel Maddow, Arthur Miller, Michael Moore, Sean Penn, and Bruce Springsteen on the John Steinbeck Award recipient list, and continues to enhance American culture in myriad ways. Check out his 2015 tour dates!

©John Mellencamp, Island Def Jam Music Group (1985) via YouTube
Events On Sale This Week 9-18-14

Here's a list of the hottest events with dates going on sale this week. Our featured event of the week is Ariana Grande, the pop sensation who's quickly risen from Nickelodeon to the Billboard charts with singles like "Problem" and "Break Free." Her upcoming Honeymoon Tour is sure to be a showstopper, so get tickets while you still can! Garth Brooks finally announced another city; his next stop will be in Lexington, Kentucky, but his tickets have been going fast, so get yours soon. We've got big announcements from Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and John Mellencamp as well as rockers like James Taylor, Bryan Adams, and Melissa Etheridge who are drawing lots of hype too. Trans-Siberian Orchestra continues to line up more holiday shows across the country while Broadway prepares for the season with touring productions of The Book of Mormon, Jersey Boys, Mamma Mia!, and Wicked. If you're looking for something to do with the kids, check out the variety of Disney Live! shows. For tickets to these events and more, head over to Ticket Liquidator. Have a rockin' weekend!





Ariana Grande Saturday, 9/20/14 Philadelphia, PA; Cleveland, OH; Detroit, MI; Toronto, ON; Pittsburgh, PA; Uncasville, CT; Worcester, MA; Fairfax, VA; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Miami, FL; New York, NY; Houston, TX; Independence, MO; Milwaukee, WI; Saint Paul, MN; Dallas, TX; Oklahoma City, OK; Rosemont, IL; San Antonio, TX; Phoenix, AZ; Inglewood, CA; Anaheim, CA; San Jose, CA; Seattle, WA; Vancouver, BC
Bryan Adams Saturday, 9/20/14 Montreal, QC
Bryan Adams Monday, 9/22/14 Kanata, ON; Ottawa, ON; Kingston, ON; Hamilton, ON; Toronto, ON; London, ON; Kingston, ON; Winnipeg, MB; Regina, SK; Regina, SK; Winnipeg, MB Wichita, KS; Dubuque, IA; Calgary, AB; Edmonton, AB; Kelowna, BC; Victoria, BC; Vancouver, BC
Celtic Thunder Saturday, 9/20/14 Seattle, WA
Elton John Friday, 9/26/14 Brooklyn, NY
Garth Brooks Friday, 9/26/14 Lexington, KY
James Taylor Friday, 9/19/14 Charleston, WV; Pittsburgh, PA; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Providence, RI; New York, NY; Uncasville, CT
John Mellencamp Friday, 9/19/14 Sacramento, CA; Cincinnati, OH; Boston, MA; Red Bank, NJ; Philadelphia, PA; Richmond, VA; Savannah, GA; Cleveland, OH; Atlanta, GA; New York, NY; Toronto, ON; Louisville, KY; Columbus, OH; Jacksonville, FL; North Charleston, SC; Durham, NC; Washington, DC; Hamilton, ON; Syracuse, NY; Buffalo, NY; Fort Wayne, IN; Detroit, MI; Baltimore, MD; Indianapolis, IN; Bloomington, IN; Columbia, SC; Charlotte, NC; Ft Lauderdale, FL; Norfolk, VA; Grand Rapids, MI; Kansas City, MO; Saskatoon, SK; Omaha, NE; Nashville, TN; Minneapolis, MN; Greenbay, WI; Des Moines, IA; Dallas, TX; New Orleans, LA; Birmingham, AL; St. Louis, MO; Rockford, IL; Peoria, IL; Memphis, TN; Winnipeg, MB; Nashville, TN; Chicago, IL; Evansville, IN; Calgary, AB; Denver, CO; Fresno, CA; Los Angeles, CA; Portland, OR; Milwaukee, WI; Phoenix, AZ; Vancouver, BC; Oakland, CA
Melissa Etheridge Friday, 9/26/14 New York, NY; Thackerville, OK; Houston, TX; New Orleans, LA; Phoenix, AZ; Mashantucket, CT; Ann Arbor, MI; Jacksonville, FL; Atlanta, GA
Stevie Wonder Monday, 9/22/14 All cities
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Friday, 9/19/14 Richmond, VA; Raleigh, NC; Greenville, SC; New Orleans, LA; San Diego, CA; Glendale, AZ
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Saturday, 9/20/14 Austin, TX; San Antonio, TX; Las Cruces, NM; Spokane, WA; North Little Rock, AR
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Sunday, 9/21/14 Spokane, WA
Zac Brown Band Saturday, 9/20/14 Fayetteville, GA

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With the Philadelphia Eagles' thrilling Monday Night Football win over the Indianapolis Colts, Week 2 is officially in the books in the NFL -- and so is the first week of our Fantasy Football game! It came down to Monday Night Football to determine our winner. LeSean McCoy scored just enough points to give Eli's Sad Face the win this week -- by three tenths of a point.

Eli's Sad Face was hampered by selecting A.J. Green (zero points) and Jamaal Charles (1.2 ponts), who were both injured in Week 2. Eli's Sad Face, however, was bailed out by Bengals running back Giovani Bernard, who scored 22.9 points in the flex spot.

Eli's Sad Face ended the week with 94.64 points. The Rally Monkey came in second place, with 94.34 points. Headed into Monday Night Football, it looked like The Ralley Monkey would come up with the win. However, Reggie Wayne scored just 2.8 points for the Rally Monkey. Just one more catch for four yards, and the Rally Monkey would've been our winner this week.

Congratulations to Eli's Sad Face, who wins a $25 discount code! If you didn't win this week -- don't fret. You can win a $25 discount code EVERY week, and every 4 weeks, we will give away an $100 discount code to the cumulative high score -- and the season-high score will bring home a $200 discount code!

Here's a look at the top 10 standings after Week 2:

  • Eli's Sad Face -- 94.64
  • Rally Monkey -- 94.34
  • Luckness Monster -- 90.64
  • The Dynasty -- 86.54
  • Snake Levine -- 81.54
  • Gritty Gutties -- 75.74
  • Gudy2Shoes -- 73.24
  • CMDDRS -- 69.58
  • Jim in Maine -- 62.94
  • The Dinkinator -- 59.42

Don't forget to make your Week 3 picks HERE!

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On-Sales 9-11-14

Here's a list of the hottest events with dates going on sale this week. Our featured event of the week is Trans-Siberian Orchestra! TSO has big on-sale dates this week in cities across the country, so get your holiday tickets now for a spectacular show this season. Usher is back on tour as well as Ariana Grande, Maroon 5, and Fleetwood Mac, so grab a friend and make a night of it at one of these awesome concerts! Celtic Woman, the Irish folk sensation, is hitting the road again this December, and NHL is preparing for the upcoming months of games! For tickets to these events and more, head over to Ticket Liquidator.





Ariana Grande Saturday, 9/20/14 Uncasville, CT; Vancouver, BC
Bryan Adams Friday, 9/12/14 Upper Darby, PA; Chicago, IL; Detroit, MI; New York, NY; Minneapolis, MN
Cher Friday, 9/12/14 Pensacola, FL
Dierks Bentley Thursday, 9/11/14 Roanoke, VA
Dierks Bentley Friday, 9/12/14 Hamilton, ON; Kanata, ON; Oshawa, ON; Saskatoon, SK; Winnipeg, MB; Edmonton, AB; Calgary, AB
Fleetwood Mac Monday, 9/15/14 Anaheim, CA
Gabriel Iglesias Friday, 9/12/14 Hidalgo, TX; Rosemont, IL
James Taylor Friday, 9/12/14 Norfolk, VA; North Charleston, SC; Greenville, SC; Richmond, VA; Birmingham, AL; Orlando, FL; Charleston, WV; Pittsburgh, PA; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Providence, RI
Jason Aldean Friday, 9/12/14 Knoxville, TN
Jimmy Buffett Friday, 8/22/14 Berkeley, CA
Luke Bryan Friday, 9/12/14 Inglewood, CA
Maroon 5 Saturday, 9/13/14 Philadelphia, PA; Atlanta, GA; Sunrise, FL; Tampa, FL; Indianapolis, IN; Washington, DC; Boston, MA; East Rutherford, NJ; Columbus, OH; Pittsburgh, PA; Louisville, KY; Toronto, ON; Auburn Hills, MI; New York, NY; Kansas City, MO; Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; Nashville, TN; Chicago, IL; Saint Paul, MN; Saskatoon, SK; Edmonton, AB; Tacoma, WA; Vancouver, BC; San Jose, CA; San Diego, CA; Inglewood, CA
Trans-Siberian Orchestra Saturday, 9/13/14 Sunrise, FL; Orlando, FL Cleveland, OH; Philadelphia, PA; Columbia, SC; Buffalo, NY; Charlotte, NC; Toronto, ON; University Park, PA; Fort Wayne, IN; Lexington, KY; Washington, DC; Uniondale, NY; Toledo, OH; Hershey, PA; Uncasville, CT; Greensboro, NC; Wilkes-Barre, PA; Albany, NY; Dayton, OH; Grand Rapids, MI; Cincinnati, OH; Tampa, FL; Pittsburgh, PA; Indianapolis, IN; Boston, MA; Newark, NJ; Auburn Hills, MI; Columbus, OH; Youngstown, OH; Reading, PA; Albany, NY; Columbia, SC; Erie, PA; University Park, PA; Fort Wayne, IN; Pittsburgh, PA; Hartford, CT; St Louis, MO; Council Bluffs, IA; New Orleans, LA; Dallas, TX; St Louis, MO; Rosemont, IL; Saint Paul, MN; Madison, WI; Denver, CO; Colorado Springs, CO; Green Bay, WI; Manchester, NH; Orlando, FL; Providence, RI; Seattle, WA; Portland, OR; Sacramento, CA; Milwaukee, WI; Moline, IL; Ontario, CA; Tulsa, OK; Richmond, VA; Raleigh, NC; Greenville, SC; New Orleans, LA; San Diego, CA; Glendale, AZ; Las Cruces, NM; Vancouver, BC; Spokane, WA
Usher Saturday, 9/13/14 Cleveland, OH; Auburn Hills, MI; Uncasville, CT; Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Miami, FL; Tampa, FL; Houston, TX; Saint Paul, MN; Dallas, TX; New Orleans, LA; Memphis, TN; Broomfield, CO; Las Vegas, NV

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