2010 Orange Bowl Seating Chart

Here’s a seating chart for the 2010 Orange Bowl, so Yellow Jackets and Hawkeyes fans aren’t in danger of mingling as their teams battle it out on the gridiron of Dolph- er… LandShark Stadium.  Yep, it’s still LandShark for the Orange Bowl, though news is still that Super Bowl fans will be returning to Dolphin Stadium for the culmination of the NFL’s odd, so called “playoff system.”

LandShark Stadium 2010 Orange Bowl Seating Chart

LandShark Stadium 2010 Orange Bowl Seating Chart

Consider the Hawkeye’s sections an “educated guess”, since I could find no official source to confirm them, so I based them off the opposing sections to the ones listed on Ga Tech’s official athletic site.

Miami is a fine place to spend a few days in January, so head on over to the Orange Bowl Tickets page and the game live.

BCS National Championship Rose Bowl Seating Chart

Many fans have been asking about team sections for the BCS National Championship game between SEC Champion, Alabama Crimson Tide, and Big 12 Champion, the Texas Longhorns at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.  Texas’ allotment has been confirmed to be in Sections 26-28 and Sections 1-4, basically the Southeast corner of the stadium, with the Texas bench in front of Sections 4 and 5.  With that, it is expected that Alabama’s allotment will be sections 12-18 in the Northwest section of the stadium and the Alabama bench in front of sections 18 and 19.  Here’s a seating chart that may be helpful.

Rose Bowl Stadium 2010 BCS National Championship Seating Chart

It is expected that donors and season ticket holders will find out this week if they did in fact get tickets.  Given that, you may want to secure your tickets soon before another rush of demand for BCS Championship tickets could push prices further North.  As of December 8th, average prices in the secondary market are around $1500 – about $950 on the low-end and more than $2,500 on the high-end for premium seating.

Whether it’s the BCS Championship Game or another bowl game you’re interested in, make plans to follow your team and secure your college football bowl tickets now!  Visit TicketCity online or call 1.800.880.8886 and get advice and superior Customer Service from our sales associates.

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 www.TicketCity.com or call 1.800.SOLD.OUT for SEC Championship Tickets, Big 12 Championship Tickets, and bowl game tickets, including the BCS Championship!

Zilker Park survives ACL!

If you were at ACL the Friday you saw Zilker Park like you’ve never seen it before. That’s because ACL organizer C3 Presents spent nearly $2.5 million in improvements to the park, which included that amazing, no shoes needed grass.

Then on Saturday it poured, making Zilker Park a mud pit. Like a true festival, the fans and music didn’t stop one bit though.

This unfortunately ruined C3’s mass improvements and investment in Zilker…BUT ONLY UNTIL THE END OF OCTOBER.

C3 has reported that though Zilker Park is very muddy, the Austin Parks and Recreation Department states that “the grass and root system are still in tact. Zilker Park will be restored to pre-Festival conditions, and as always, C3 Presents will be covering the cost of post-Festival park maintenance.”

For early ACL tickets look at TicketCity’s website often for possible 2010 tickets and further updates.

Cowboys Stadium is a fantastic experience

The Dallas Cowboys hosted their first football game this weekend, a preseason game against the Tennessee Titans. But this match up was not about the game, the big story was the new Cowboys Stadium. This was the first NFL game played in Jerry Jones’ new billion dollar stadium and the buzz about the stadium has been deafening. If this were the opening for a new Broadway show, then now you could say that it is getting rave reviews because people seem to love the new Cowboys Stadium.

Fox broadcaster Joe Buck said, “There is nothing like this stadium anywhere in this country, or maybe anywhere else for that matter.”  The Daily Oklahoman dubbed it the “Jones Mahal” and a writer for the Fort Worth Star Telegram proclaimed Jerry Jones as the “stadium king”. A few TicketCity employees who attended the game said that they cannot even describe how amazing it is; and these are people who have been in hundreds of the top stadiums on the planet.

So the reviews are in and they are all positive. Well, except for a little problem there having with the scoreboard. Here are some photos of Cowboys Stadium that we took on a visit to it in June 2009. Here is the Cowboys Stadium seating chart. You can see what an amazing venue it is; so when are you going to visit Cowboys Stadium?

The Dallas Cowboys have 9 more home games in 2009 at their new Cowboys Stadium, that is 8 regular-season NFL games plus another preseason game against the 49ers. Tickets for the opening game against the NY Giants are in high demand, lots of people want to be there for opening night to be a part of history. If you don’t want to shell out the money on the first game, there are other more affordable options later in the season. It does not matter what game you decide on, just make sure you take in a game at the new Cowboys Stadium. It is the kind of sports experience that you will remember forever.

2009 Dallas Cowboys Schedule:

  • Sept 20 - Cowboys vs New York Giants
  • Sept 28 - Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers
  • Oct 25 - Cowboys vs Atlanta Falcons
  • Nov 1 - Cowboys vs Seattle Seahawks
  • Nov 22 - Cowboys vs Washington Redskins
  • Nov 26 - Cowboys vs Oakland Raiders
  • Dec 13 - Cowboys vs San Diego Chargers
  • Jan 3 - Cowboys vs Philadelphia Eagles
  • TBA - Dallas Cowboys 2009 playoff game

Buy Dallas Cowboys tickets to see a 2009 game in the new Cowboys Stadium. TicketCity has Cowboys seats available in the 100-level, 200-level, Club-level, 300-level and 400-level. We even have a few Standing Room Only (SRO) seats available for certain games. If you need a suite at Cowboys Stadium, let us know and we can obtain for your group. There are lots of options for Cowboys tickets, so order online or give us a call today.

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