The Week in TicketCity Search – Bowls Full of People

TicketCity Week in Search

Week of
Dec. 3rd
1 3 BCS Bowl
2 - Cotton Bowl
3 2 One Direction
4 - Fiesta Bowl
5 Outback Bowl
6 5 Taylor Swift
7 Alamo Bowl
8 Orange Bowl
9 Sugar Bowl
10 9 Eric Clapton

The bowls certainly arrived this week. Pretty close to a clean sweep of the top 10, though a few tenacious concert performers hung on. On top, not particularly surprising, is the National Championship. The power of the first Fighting Irish national championship game in a long time easily overcame the other challengers. The Cotton Bowl arrives in second place, and 1D drops to #3. I’m sure if there was a Teen Heartthrob Bowl, they would be a shoe-in to win.

The Fiesta and Outback Bowls round out the top five. Noticeable due to its absence, the Rose Bowl is the only BCS match-up that didn’t make the Top 10. Judging by where it ended up on the full list, the Rose Bowl had about the same chance to make the Top 10 as Justin Beiber has to win a Grammy next year.

Taylor Swift leads off the bottom five. She’s been a solid, consistent presence on the countdown despite the fact that her Red Tour doesn’t even start until next spring. We will see if she can hold onto that boy-band-like momentum all the way through. Hanging in for another week, Clapton adds the punctuation to the list. Like Ms Swift, he won’t be on stages until March, but that’s not slowing him down at the moment.

The Week in TicketCity Search – December 9th

TicketCity Week in Search

Week of
Dec. 5t
1 - Cotton Bowl
2 7 Music City Bowl
3 - Alamo Bowl
4 5 BCS Bowl
5 - Holiday Bowl
6 - Champs Sports Bowl
7 - Orange Bowl
8 - Sugar Bowl
9 - Fiesta Bowl
10 8 Dallas Cowboys

As the list suggests, the college football bowl announcements arrived last Sunday night, just in time to almost completely take over the list. This is probably the most bowls I’ve seen on any list since keeping track. The bowl almost ran the board, but Cowboys fans would not be denied. They clung to the countdown at #10.

Diverse set in the top 5, kicking off with the venerable Cotton Bowl, now in Arlington, followed by the Music City Bowl, one that’s had strong buzz even before the teams were announced. Mississippi State and Wake Forest fans are looking forward to locking up in Nashville. The Alamo Bowl, another “local” favorite, rounds out the top 3, followed by the actual National Championship game at #4.

The bottom five kicks off with the Holiday Bowl. The big BCS bowls cluster down at the bottom of the list, with Orange, Sugar, and Fiesta all grouped together right over the Cowboys. For what it’s worth, the Rose Bowl would have been #12 on the list.

Sill have time to get your bowl tickets. Check out our full bowl list, and give us a call if you have any questions.

2011 Orange Bowl Seat Chart And Information

Here’s the map for 2011 Orange Bowl, updated to show where Stanford and Virginia Tech’s sidelines are on in Sun Life Stadium. The game will be played on Monday, January 3, 2011 at 8:30PM.

Orange Bowl Seating Chart From TicketCity

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.