What’s next after the Super Bowl?

Today I heard from TicketCity clients who said attending the 2009 Super Bowl was the best sports experience in their life.  The whole country saw one of the best Super Bowls in recent memory, but only a select few people actually attended the game.  Our specialty is getting people tickets to these type of events.  The events that will provide memories to last a lifetime.  And while the Super Bowl is gone for 12 months until Miami in in 2010, the major event season is just getting started.  So what is next?

Sunday, February 15th features two huge events the NBA All-Star Game and the Daytona 500.  The 2009 NBA All-Star Game is being played in Phoenix, Arizona.  The event features three days of high flying actions: the Rookie Game, the Slam Dunk & 3-point shootout and the All-Star Game on Sunday.  Nascar’s Daytona 500 will be raced earlier in the day on Sunday, and features the top drivers in the sport competing in the “Super Bowl of Nascar”.  Daytona is an electrifying, pulse pounding thrill ride for any fan of racing.

After those two great events come a lineup of the best major events of the Spring.  The NCAA Final Four in Detroit, the Masters golf tournament in Georgia and the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.  These are widely considered as some of the most prestigious events in sports.

So if you are a fan of sports or just looking for a great experience, then get out to see one of these great events.  The deals on them have never been better.




As TicketCity’s President, Zach leads company operations and long term strategic direction. With 20+ years of experience in the ticket industry, Zach enjoys talking with people about new technologies and trends that continue to improve the fan experience.