A New Set of New Year’s Resolutions!
Almost one month down and if you’ve broken that diet you’re on, or skipped a few days at the gym, we’re here to help you re-set. Here’s a New Years Resolution you can get behind. An event a month. We even set your itinerary for you.
January: Eric Church announced his Mistress Named Music tour and intends to give fans everything they could ever want from him. Church told fans, “We’re gonna play everything. I don’t care how long the show may be, I still want you to give it to me the whole time,” he said. “At the end of the night, either you’re gonna drop or I’m gonna drop.” You can join what may be a record year, by clicking here.
February: Super Bowl LI in Houston, Texas is sure to include one of the best Quarterback match-ups in a long time. Matty Ice and Tom Brady. A weekend packed with events the likes of UFC Fight Night, Fan Fests, Houston Rocket’s games and the parties of the year. All in a state that worships the sport of Football. Join the fun, here.
March: March Madness. Some call it the best thing in Collegiate Athletics. A tournament that begins with 64 teams. Where the underdog is king, your office pool ignites manic behavior, buzzer beaters are promised, player’s names become household names and you can link the date of the games to something in your own life. As in, where were you when Villanova sealed the deal in 2016’s buzzer beater? Hopefully not asleep. If you were, don’t repeat that mistake. Find tickets, here.
April: The Masters. The only men’s major that never ever changes location. Rich in traditions that include the Champion’s dinner, Wednesday’s Par-3 Contest, and ceremonial Tee shots. Green, although rarely observed as stylish is the color of the weekend. Often regarded as the “toughest ticket in sports”, due to the incredibly protective ticket distribution method, most have trouble accessing the event. However, you’re the lucky one because we’re happy to provide them for you. Listings here.
May: U2. The tour begins in mid-May and snakes through the United States with select dates in Canada as well, and thus far, almost every single one of those dates has seen every ticket snatched up immediately. The band’s run in Europe sold out on the first day, with people in cities like London, Paris, Berlin, Rome, and of course their hometown of Dublin all rushing to grab passes. Due to incredibly high demand, the likes of which have almost never been seen in the touring industry, new shows have already been announced in Los Angeles, East Rutherford, NJ and in Chicago throughout this coming summer. Still can’t find what you’re looking for? Don’t worry, we have less lame puns and more tickets here.
June: Bruno Mars. It’s likely no further description is necessary. But in an effort to educate the world on the magic of Bruno, he’s the recipient of 4 Grammy’s, A Super Bowl live performer, the lead of the Victoria Secret Fashion Show, awarded with Song of the Year, International Artist of the Year, and Crossover Artist of the Year! Mars’ performances are out of this world (no pun intended).
July: Tom Petty. Petty IS American music at its best, so make this your way of showing love for your country during the month we gained our Independence. This Rock & Roll Hall of Famer will produce a concert you’ll remember forever. Performing with The Heartbreakers, this summer show will be hard to top as they sing songs of love, freedom and simplicity. Be American and purchase tickets here.
August: Justin Bieber. Missed the Biebs in 2016? Never fear, he announced last month he’d be doing another leg of his “Purpose” tour come Summer 2017. Biebs will play seven stadiums across the U.S. and Canada from July 29 to September 6. Bieber Fever? Cure can be found here.
September: MLB Playoffs were one of the best in history in 2016. We watched Wrigley Field as the blended roster of rookies and veterans turned the number, 108 into 0. A heartwarming story for all but White Sox fans. Go Cubs Go heard from miles away, Rizzo’s tarp and wall catch and the overall “feel good” Cubs who reminded the country why baseball is an American keepsake. Don’t miss out in 2017. When the time comes, don’t swing and miss, find your tickets here.
October: ACL. The year may begin in the middle of Winter, but the festival calendar for the Spring and Summer is already heating up. Check out a few of the nation’s biggest festivals. Radiohead, Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar will headline Coachella in April; while Governors Ball in June which will feature Tool, Chance the Rapper, and Childish Gambino. With this pattern, you can only imagine what Austin City Limits has in store. Stay tuned for the lineup release. There’s never a bad time to visit Forbe’s #1 City in America! Wristbands available here!
November: Rivalry Weekend. This is the week when you show up at work with your school colors and change your email inbox alert to a blast of your fight song, make bets that are 100% emotionally driven and cross into cities you never want to visit any other day of the year. Michigan, Ohio State. Alabama, Auburn. Clemson, South Carolina. For 365 days of bragging rights. be a part of your team’s history.
December: Let’s go bowling. Not literally. The CFB Playoff brought a whole new meaning to bowl seasons. However, with roughly 40 College Football Bowl games in destinations all over the United States, you’re likely to end up cheering on your favorite team in a city waiting to be discovered. Some of the best to highlight is the Sugar Bowl in New Orleans, The Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, Bahamas Bowl in well, Paradise and so many more. Take a look at all of your options here.