A life-long travel, art and food enthusiast, Adrian develops content for Ticket Liquidator. He has lived in South America, Europe and China and thinks the best vegetarian food in the world is the fried tofu at the Bluebird Café in Athens, Georgia. In his free time, Adrian enjoys live performances and festivals and is currently in post-production on his first independent feature film.
"The concert of the month belongs to Songwriting and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Icon Billy Joel. This hometown boy has already made good time and time again on his native New York in classics like “New York State of Mind” and “Uptown Girl” but now he’s bringing his piano to Brooklyn for the first time for a New Year’s Eve show at the Barclays Center. Get your front row seats now and avoid the hipster crush when the clock strikes 12!"
Born deep in the heart of the Amazon jungle and raised by a troupe of roving Ranchera music players, Andrés is a diehard Boston sports fans who celebrated the 2004 ALCS victory of Red Sox over the Yankees as the sun rose on the Mediterranean. When not developing content for Ticket Liquidator, he can be found enjoying beer, baseball, disc golf and bull fighting. He once shot himself in the thumb with a B.B. gun in an attempt to discern if the gun was firing correctly. It was.
"Fans of college football will be busy in December, with a total of 36 bowl games happening at stadiums all over the country. It all culminates with the College Football Bowl GamesBCS Championship Game, this year taking place at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. If your team is selected, don’t pass up a chance to see the last game of the season in person."
Dave is a theatre junkie (especially musicals) and a lover and student of the culinary arts. He develops content for Ticket Liquidator, specializing in theatre, and is also a freelance writer. In his spare time, he enjoys singing/acting, exercising, cooking, and watching cartoons. He also visits Broadway as much as possible and loves discovering new attractions and restaurants in New York City.
"The silky smooth sounds of Harlem Jazz have made their way to Broadway in this newest incarnation of the successful Cotton Club Parade shows that have played NYC over the past couple of years. The sounds of Duke Ellington and his contemporaries are performed beautifully with amazing orchestrations and talented singers, including guest artist Fantasia, who will be lending her Grammy-winning pipes to the show through February 9. Don't miss this chance to experience the infectious melodies of the Golden Age of Jazz live."
Ian is an international playboy with properties and girlfriends on several continents. He designs nuclear power stations in his spare time (apart from weekends, when he runs a spiritual temple called The Greenhouse of Love) and prides himself on his homemade "Action cookies"; cookies that depict dramatic scenes from famous movies. His personal faves are "The Augustus Gloop Heart Attack" and "No Cookie For Old Men", a unique creation with a pressurized air pocket in the middle that has injured some consumers. He breeds giant tortoises and plans to outlive all of them. Unless he dies.
"If ever there was an event that matched the season perfectly, it’s TSO live. As temperature and air pressure drop, mountainous guitars cut the atmosphere, taking you to rare heights before smashing you back down to earth. These consummate rock artists will throw lasers, fire and fangs at you with the power of true metal. It’s no wonder they’re a seasonal top-seller! Recommended for anyone who appreciates real rock music."
Though she can’t literally juggle, Stacey, multi-tasker extraordinaire, visualizes tossing around flaming swords as she tackles her to do list. In a former life, Stacey was a stage manager and sometimes set painter for a local theater. Since retiring her headset, she sees more shows than she techs. When she's not banging out website feature specifications for TL, Stacey
blogs works seriously on her own writing. More importantly, she does her part to contribute to the Internet's wealth of funny cat photos.
"Many people have a favorite holiday movie they watch every year and know by heart. Some of those beloved stories have moved from the screen to the stage, such as A Christmas Story, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and the modern classic Elf. If smiling is your favorite, you may love the adaptation of the Will Ferrell film. Enjoy hilarious characters, energetic musical numbers, hijinks, pointy shoes, and a holiday saved. This December take the whole family to spread Christmas cheer by singing “Sparklejollytwinklejingley” loud enough for all to hear (well, maybe during intermission)."
Toni likes to say it's easier to list the jobs she hasn't tried. From lifeguard to lounge singer, bartender to bill collector, door-to-door salesperson to business analyst--Toni has been there and done that. Then, she decided that what she really wanted to be was a writer. Be careful what you say and do around this one—you might end up in her novel!
"What, a holiday gift for ME? Cirque du Soleil tickets? Oh, you shouldn’t have! It’s my absolute favorite holiday event – the music, the spectacle, the laughs, the surprises... Oh, you were getting them for yourself? Crap. Good choice, though..."