Sigh. The year is already halfway over. But good news -- summer is in full swing and there are tons of exciting ways to spend your vacation. Check out our team's suggestions for the month of July, and buy your event tickets soon!
Boston Red Sox
"After entering with high hopes, the Boston Red Sox' season has been disappointing so far, although there have been glimmers of hope. With July comes the dog days of summer, and if the Red Sox are going to right the ship, they have to start now. If you ... [Read more]
Can you believe it's June already? Time is flying, and that means there's only a few weeks left to buy NBA Finals tickets, Bonnaroo tickets, and Belmont Stakes tickets. Check out our team's monthly picks below, and secure your seats to a summer event near you before they're all sold out!
"What an exciting finish to the NBA season this has turned out to be. LeBron is back in the Finals after taking his talents back to Cleveland, while Steph Curry and the Warriors have looked downright... [Read more]
Comedy Central's Amy Schumer has gone viral in her most recent sketch as she pokes fun at late night talk show interviews with vapid celebrities, targeting Gossip Girl star, Blake Lively, specifically. With shimmering golden legs and giggles for days, Schumer harnesses the spirit of hollow Hollywood and satirizes the "cool girl" that every guy fawns over.
Starting next week, Amy Schumer is bringing her comedy to cities across the U.S. on her Back Door tour. In fact, this season is packed with l... [Read more]
Happy May! It's time to start planning your month because May is packed with epic spring events. As usual, the TL team has their own recommendations to help you decide which tickets to buy this month:
"After a wild season, the hunt for the Stanley Cup is still on, and there's nothing in the world that compares to playoff hockey! Be there to see the most exciting sports action of the year because you never know what is going to happen during an NHL playoff game." -- Andres
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This past weekend marked the beginning of the music festival season. Jack White was the highlight performance of Coachella, but Alabama Shakes, Royal Blood, Vance Joy, and Circa Survive gave him a run for his money. Hipsters rejoiced in the quirky side attractions like silent discos and weird snacks, and now everyone is yearning for summer. Forget spring. Everything is still dead. Then again it always is in southern California (we're praying that the rain gods move Connecticut's precipitation yo... [Read more]
Van Halen’s first televised performance ever with singer David Lee Roth aired last week on Jimmy Kimmel Live in support of their upcoming tour, and despite the plethora of high kicks Roth is overly fond of, the front man still looks a bit rusty as he needed 14 stitches after only the first take. Manically twirling his mic stand during "Panama," Roth proceeded to hit himself square in the nose, and Nelly-style, had to perform with a large bandage on his face for the rest of the taping.
Happy April! If you aren't too busy actin' a fool today, start planning your month now because there's lots of awesome events happening, and you don't want to miss out. If you're having trouble deciding, check out the TL team's recommendations below:
"After a wild season, the hunt for the Stanley Cup is on, and there's nothing in the world that compares to playoff hockey! Be there to see the most exciting sports action of the year because you never know what is going to happen duri... [Read more]
For those of you who actually go out on Saturday nights instead of sitting in alone, watching TV with your arm elbow-deep in a bag of Doritos, catch up on the latest SNL spoof that's trending across the country. Everyone loves a playful jab at Disney now and again. Former WWE-star Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson makes a beautiful Bambi, don't you think?
Bored with running? Is the gym just not cutting it for you? Carson Dean recently showed the world that treadmill choreography is the best kind of postmodern exercise. Don't believe me? Just watch.
It's mid-March, and the NCAA madness has begun. Even though you're probably getting excited to root on your alma mater, as John Oliver notes, the games are so full of product placement and branding that the only thing left to be sponsored are the sponsorships themselves.
Despite college coaches getting paid millions while the hard-working athletes are getting paid nothing, the games are undeniably exciting, especially if you bet money on them. For more upcoming events to get the spring season r... [Read more]