Cotton Bowl Seating Chart

Rumors are swirling that it will be Oklahoma State and Ole Miss in the Cotton Bowl come January 2nd in Cowboys Stadium in Dallas.  But according to the Cotton Bowl that won’t be official until the official announcement is made this coming Sunday during the BCS Selection Show.

As sales for Cotton Bowl tickets are on the rise, it’s clear some fans think the expected matchup is more than just a rumor.  So once you’re set to buy your tickets, the next decision is where to sit.  Below is a seating chart showing the Big 12 and SEC schools ticket allotment, as well as the club areas.

2010 Cotton Bowl Cowboys Stadium Seating Chart

2010 Cotton Bowl Cowboys Stadium Seating Chart

What does a club seat get you?  Club seats (C-sections) offer the best views in the stadium, but they also have roomier, cushioned seats, and provide you access to the private clubs for drinks and food.  TicketCity can help you find the perfect seats, whether club level or reserved seating.

TicketCity offers to tickets to all bowl games, including the BCS Championship.  So whatever the team and wherever the game, let TicketCity help you be there for an unforgettable experience!  Visit or call 1.800.880.8886.

Georgia Dome SEC Championship Seating Chart

We’ve had a great number of inquiries about SEC Championship Tickets for the game in Atlanta, GA at the Georgia Dome.  Fans want to know which sides or sections will be for Alabama and which will be for Florida.  Below is a seating chart and legend to help you out, but basically it’s pretty easy…  The SEC East team, Florida, has the East side of the stadium, and the SEC West team, Alabama, has the West side of the stadium.

Tickets allotted to Florida are in sections 124-135, 333-347.  Alabama allotment includes 101-107, 136-140 and 301-310, 348-352.  If you assume the natural split of the remaning sections will follow that would be:

University of Florida Gators

Sec 116-135

Sec 222-247

Sec 322-347

University of Alabama Crimson Tide

Sec 101-115, 136-140

Sec 200-221, 248-251

Sec 301-321, 348-352

2009 SEC Championship Seating Chart Georgia Dome                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

So now you know what seats you want.  Your next step is to buy them – and quick!  Of course TicketCity can help you out, just visit or call 1.800.SOLD.OUT for SEC Championship Tickets, Big 12 Championship Tickets, and bowl game tickets, including the BCS Championship!

TicketCity’s Bowl Challenge is On!

Tim TebowOf course everyone is talking about the conference matchups including the Big 12 Championship in Dallas and the heated SEC Championship in Atlanta with #1 Florida and #3 Alabama looking to meet head to head.  But it is November already, so bowl predictions have begun as well.  The pros have their opinions, but we know college football fans have their own predictions – whether based on a gut feeling, their own educated guesses, or in some cases, simply a strong desire to will their team into the BCS Championship.

Regardless of how fans make their predictions or what they base them on, TicketCity is giving college football fans everywhere the chance to attend the bowl game of their choice in TicketCity’s Bowl Challenge.  Entering is easy, just go Rose Bowlto, search for the BCS bowl game you’d like to attend, and fill out the online entry form to pick the two teams you predict to be matched up in that bowl game.  All bowl game entries that include the correct team matchups will be entered in a random drawing.  The winner receives tickets to the bowl game they selected upon entry.  Check out the bowl games with the top entries to date.  Just click on the bowl below to make your entry or click here to select your bowl.



Jan 7 – BCS Championship – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

Jan 1 – Rose Bowl – Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA

Jan 2 – Cotton Bowl – Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX

Jan 1 – Sugar Bowl - Superdome, New Orleans, LA

Des 31 – Chick-fil-A Bowl – Georgia Dome, Atlanta, GA

Jan 4 – Fiesta Bowl – University of Phoenix Stadium, Glendale, AZ

Dec 30 – Holiday Bowl – Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

Jan 2 – Bowl – Legion Field, Birmingham, AL

Jan 1 – Capital One Bowl – Citrus Bowl, Orlando, FL

Dec 30 – Texas Bowl – Reliant Stadium, Houston, TX

Jan 2 – Alamo Bowl - Alamodome, San Antonio, TX

Dec 22 – Las Vegas Bowl – Sam Boyd Stadium, Las Vegas, NV

Jan 2 – Liberty Bowl - Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Memphis, TN

Dec 26 – Little Caesars Pizza Bowl - Ford Field, Detroit, MI

Dec 31 – Sun Bowl – Sun Bowl Stadium, El Paso, TX

Dec 29 – Champs Sports Bowl – Citrus Bowl, Orlando Florida

Dec 26 – Emerald Bowl – ATT Park, San Francisco, CA

Dec 26 – Meineke Car Care Bowl – Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC

Dec 27 – Music City Bowl - LP Field, Nashville, TN

Dec 20 – New Orleans Bowl - Superdome, New Orleans, LA

Jan 1 – Gator Bowl – Jacksonville Municipal Stadium, Jacksonville, FL

Jan 6 – GMAC Bowl – Ladd Peebles Stadium, Mobile, AL

Dec 28 – Independence Bowl - Independence Stadium, Shreveport, LA

Jan 5 – Orange Bowl - LandShark Stadium, Miami, FL

Jan 1 – Outback Bowl – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL

Dec 23 – Pointsettia Bowl – Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego, CA

Dec 30 – Roady’s Humnitarian Bowl - Bronco Stadium, Boise, ID

Whatever Bowl you’re interested in, register online now as entries are only accepted through Decemeber 4th. one bowl entry per person.  Good Luck!  And if you’d rather just buy your seats know so you can make your travel plans, of course TicketCity is here to help you out with that as well!

Garth Brooks In Vegas, Out of Retirement

The rumors have swirled, but today it was confirmed: Garth Brooks is back.  Arguably one of the most award-winning country artists, Garth makes a return to performing after more than eight years in retirement.  Brooks will start an ongoing show at the Encore Theatre at the Wynn in Las Vegas.  Why come out of retirement after nine years?  Apparently because Steve Wynn had the answers to all of Brooks’ objections.

Garth Brooks

Garth Brooks

Brooks and his wife, fellow country star Tricia Yearwood, had decided on his retirement in order to spend more time in Oklahoma with his daughters.  It’s not surprising that tours, performances, and travel can make family life and normalcy difficult.  So how did Wynn change Mr. Brooks’ and Ms. Yearwood’s opinion on family?  Apparently, he didn’t.  He simply showed Brooks how this could fit with his family life.  Apparently a gig in Sin City can work with a simple life in Oklahoma.  All you need is a private jet.  Word is Wynn is providing a private jet so that Brooks can travel to Las Vegas to perform on Friday, Saturday and Sunday on select weekends (about 15 a year), and be back in Oklahoma for the normal family and school routine on Monday mornings.  And you can’t blame Garth Brooks for thinking Mr. Wynn couldn’t afford him.  In fact he actually voiced that, but Mr. Wynn had that covered as well. (And to this point, note that ticket prices have not been disclosed yet.)

Like many Vegas shows, folks might expect the usual glitz and glam, as well as some of the big-time productions for which Brooks is popular.  But Wynn and Brooks have another idea.  A man and his guitar - stripped down, classic, country.  Aside from country, this might not seem like Garth’s style, but if you think about it, it makes sense.  Garth has already done some of the largest shows with the most over-the-top productions for the biggest crowds.  So you come out of retirement, and where do you go from there?  Nine years later, you’re unlikely to top yourself again, one would think.  But strip it down to the basics, to your roots, raw talent, for an honest, intimate performance – there’s potential there.

Brooks’ performances are said to be geared toward his roots and influences.  Some lucky fans may have already seen a sneak peek of what’s to come…  Garth referred to some previous shows where crowds outlasted the set list for a show and wanted more.  Never the one to let down a crowd, Brooks would head back out on stage and perform some of his favorite songs impromptu, obviously without the big production because one wasn’t planned.  That’s the type of show that’s expected at the Wynn; Garth performing a mix of his own hits along with some from artists that made a mark on him, including the likes of Bob Seger, Cat Stevens, Tom Rush, Merle Haggard and George Jones.  Some country influences you might expect and some that might surprise you.

Wynn Las Vegas

Wynn Las Vegas

While the show is being described as simple and stripped-down, it wouldn’t be Vegas without some extravagance.  Appears plans are in place for a huge animated frog perched atop a video screen over the Wynn’s Lake of Dreams.  Of course the frog will be decked in boots and black hat singing what else but, “I’ve Got Friends in Low Places.”   The first performance for Garth Brooks will be Friday, December 11, 2009 at the Encore Theatre at the Wynn.  Tickets are scheduled to go on sale Satruday, October 24, 2009 at 8am PT.

TicketCity and Offer Easy Planning for Fall Travel

As temperatures begin to cool and leaves begin to turn, millions of travelers are expected to take to the road in pursuit of fall foliage in the Northeast, and when they do, TicketCity and will be there to provide recommendations for natural sites of interest, as well as live events they won’t want to miss along the way such as baseball, football and Broadway.

TicketCity partnered earlier this year with TripCart, the most comprehensive online Road Trip Planner and travel reference site.  Together, they have taken the guesswork out of planning exciting things to do while chasing fall’s ever-changing colors. Booking weekends full of sports and entertainment through the sites’ revolutionary combinations of enticing content and robust, interactive technology has made the information gathering process a breeze.  Not to mention TicketCity’s reputation for outstanding customer service, abundant seating options and guaranteed reliable transactions.

This fall, TripCart, TicketCity, and good ol’ Mother Nature herself present foliage fanatics and sports enthusiasts a weekend of colorful indulgence in the Northeast’s favorite cities.  And fall foliage tours aren’t limited to small towns in Vermont or the Rocky Mountains anymore and aren’t exclusively about the trees and leaves.

Highlights of TripCart’s unique Urban Fall Foliage Guide include information on hundreds of scenic spots and routes, including:

Red Leaves by David Hepworth.

  • Lunch among leaves and life at Massachusetts’ Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.
  • Drive through cranberry country just south of Boston along State Road 105, along twinkling ponds and red-gold forests.
  • Combine rich fall foliage with rich American history at Philadelphia’s Valley Forge National Historic Park.
  • Take a break from city hubbub and hike through tranquil, colorful Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
  • Hop on Metro-North for a moving view of Hudson Valley Fall Foliage or grab the subway to Brooklyn’s Prospect Park for a nap under the color-changing trees and then a stroll through trendy Park Slope. 

For those travelers looking to supplement their nature exploration with spectacular live sports or entertainment events, TicketCity offers no shortage of ideas to choose from:

Boston Red Sox by Keith Allison.

  • Catch the U2 360 concert tour at Gillette Stadium in Boston on September 20, 2009.
  • See Dave Matthews Band in concert at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ on September 19-20.
  • Celebrate the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame benefit event at Madison Square Garden on October 30, 2009.
  • Support the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox with tickets for events as they head into postseason baseball.
  • Enjoy NFL action with the New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants and New York Jets tickets throughout the entire NFL season.
  • Kickoff the NBA season with tickets to the New Jersey Nets, New York Knicks or Boston Celtics.
  • Explore Broadway and all of its offering including tickets to shows such as The Lion King at Minskoff Theatre, and Wicked at the Gershwin Theatre.

Travelers are encouraged to mix and match nature with culture to create an itinerary that captures the best of fall foliage, entertainment, and fun. For more information on TripCart, or to begin planning your next excursion within the United States, visit For details on the hottest sports or entertainment tickets, visit