The play Brooklyn Boy is coming to the San Diego Repertory Theatre At The Lyceum. In this play by Donald Margulies and directed by Daniel Sullivan they talk about what is really important in life. An author’s career finally “takes off” while his father “lies ill wondering when Eric will produce his first grandchild.” Sounds like a though-provoking drama. If you want tickets to this show, here’s the best places to get them.
Okay, this is a sweet thing that is coming to San Diego. The USA World Seven Rugby Tournament, more recently known as the IRB Sevens World Series Rugby Tournament is coming to San Diego’s Petco Park. This tournament travels all over the world with locations including Dubai, South Africa, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Australia, London, and Scotland. Sevens Rugby is a little bit different than regular rugby, but it’s still fun to watch! I played touch rugby in college for a PE class and what a workout! Anyway, if you want to have your chance to see rugby played by the professionals in the US here’s your chance. For tickets here’s what you do:
With only one game against the Arizona Cardnals left and having the best record in the AFC, the Chargers are sure to be in the AFC Divisional Playoffs at Quallcomm Stadium on January 13th (and maybe 14th). Go Chargers! What an exciting year. They have a record of 13-2 tied with Chicago. San Diego has a real chance at the Super Bowl this year so get your tickets now to see a championship team play on the field. Football sure is exciting in San Diego this year! Go Bolts!
San Diego State Aztecs basketball team will go up against the University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels coming up in February at the Cox Arena. As of right now both SDSU and UNLV have a record of 10-2 so this should be a great match up. If you want to get tickets here’s what you can do.
AMA Supercross is coming to San Diego’s Quallcom Stadium February. I’d love to see these guys jump huge piles of dirt in the middle of Qualcomm stadium, as it looks very exciting, but I don’t think I would make it through the whole thing. My uncles and cousins do supercorss, but an uncle broke both of his legs after he landed wrong. I know it is exciting but it is also very dangerous. If you are into watching–or participating in–dangerous things this is the event for you. Here’s how to get tickets:
Rod Stewart is coming to San Diego at the Cox Arena on SDSU. ‘ve never really gotten into the hype that surrounds Rod but perhaps I am in the minority considering:
In a career in its fifth decade, Stewart has achieved numerous hit singles worldwide, most notably in the UK, where his tally of 62 hit singles includes 24 that went Top 10, of which six went all the way to number one.
It has been estimated that Stewart’s album and single sales total more than 200 million, easily earning him a place on the list of best-selling music artists.
I just don’t dig the hair right now. I’m liking the 70′s picture of Rod Stewart though from his “The Mercury Anthology.” Anyway so all you Rod Stewart fans need tickets and we are here to tell you where to get them.
Eric Clapton is coming to San Diego! He will be the ipayOne Center at the Sports Arena. Here’s a sweet picture of him playing his guitar in 1977. Love that button-down shirt. Anyway, so Erick Clapton is one of the most influencial guitarists in rock and roll. My dad used to force us to listen to Layla–especially the original version–so that we could appreciate real talent. I’m sure there’s lots of ways to get tickets, but here are a few suggestions for you.
You should check out AIW Tickets. They have tickets starting at $120. TicketsNow has seats starting at $310. StubHub isn’t showing they have tickets yet, but check back, they may have some in the future.
Does every children’s show have to go on a live tour? Here’s another one: Doolebops are coming to San Diego at the ipay one Center in a couple months. Here’s another wacky group of adults that dance around and sing to entertain kids. Hey what can you say, their Canadian? Anyway, if your kids are looking to go to this concert than you’ll be wanting tickets. Here’s what you do to get tickets for the Doddlebops:
One of my new favorite bands is coming to San Diego: Snow Patrol. You’ll probably recognize them from their popular single, “Chasing Cars.” According to Wiki they have been around a few years and are from Northern Ireland. Thanks to Grey’s Anatomy they have become a well-known band now and they are heading over to SDSU’s Open Air Theater soon. Can’t wait for this show! You better get your tickets soon, these might not be around for very long.
The Who will be in San Diego soon. My parents are way into Classic rock and so I grew up listening to the album Tommy and other The Who albums; and of course, we listened to “My Generation”. It’s pretty heavy music but this band was very influential in its time. The Who have even been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Pertty awesome if you ask me.
If you want tickets to see The Who at San Diego’s IpayOne Center you’ve come to the right place.
Guess who’s coming to San Diego? Christina Aguilera! Or is it Cristina Agulera? No. What about Kristina Aguilara? Nope, I guess the first one was right. I think it should be illegal to have any poplular singer have a complicated name to spell. Well in any case she is a massive pop star, and with the Pussycat Dolls opening for her (along with Danity Kane) her show at iPayOne Center at the Sports Arena is likely to sell out — or at least the good seats will sell out.
So if you need seats to the Back to Basics World Tour check out AIW Tickets. They have seats starting at $70.
Also TicketsNow is a good place to look with their tickets starting at $75.
Cartel is coming to San Diego at the House of Blues thi February. I have never heard of this band so here’s a little bit about them from Wiki:
Cartel is a five-piece American pop punk band from Atlanta, Georgia that formed in 2004. Their most recent album, Chroma put them on Alternative Press’s 2005 list of “Bands You Need to Know”. In March 2006, they were also named Yahoo! Music’s winner in the “Who’s Next” competition and a Breaker artist by AOL music.
Sounds up and coming. Sounds like a band you don’t want to miss. I guess I’m out of the loop not having heard of them. If you’re looking for tickets you’ve come to the right place.
Tickets aren’t too expensive if you check out AIW Tickets. They are coming in at $30 to $65 bucks.
Disney On Ice: A Disneyland Adventure is coming to San Diego at the iPayOne Center. If the Stars on Ice isn’t your cup of tea come watch Disney characters skate out on the ice. This is a perfect opportunity to take your kids to see all their favorite Disney characters act out their favorite movies.
Here’s what you do to get tickets:
Stars on Ice presented by Smuckesr is coming to none other than the iPayOne Center in San Diego. Come watch Olympic, World and National Champions show off their figure skating talent.
This year the skaters will be: Alexei Yagudin, Olympic Gold Medalist; Jamie Salé & David Pelletier, Olympic Gold Medalists; Todd Eldredge, World Champion; Ekaterina Gordeeva, Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (In Select Cities); Yuka Sato, World Champion; Michael Weiss,
Two-time World Bronze Medalist; Kyoko Ina & John Zimmerman, World Bronze Medalists; Steven Cousins, Eight-time British Champion; Jennifer Robinson, Six-time Canadian Champion; Jason Dungjen, Two-time United States Pair Champion; Angela Nikodinov, Two-time United States Bronze Medalist (In Select Cities); 2007 Guest Stars: Ilia Kulik, Olympic Gold Medalist (In Select Cities); Kurt Browning, Four-time World Champion (In Select Cities).
Here’s what you need to do to get tickets:
In January Quallcomm Stadium will be once again transformed into a giant car-smashing arena. Monster Jam Monster Truck Racing is coming to San Diego. I’ve never seen this but it sounds super entertaining! Who doesn’t like to see giant monster trucks crush innocent little cars? Sound like fun to you? Here’s what you can do to get tickets:
Mana tickets are on sale! They are coming to San Diego’s I PayOneCenter. Come check out Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Vallín, Juan Diego rocking the stage Jalisco style!
Maná is a popular and influential Mexican rock group from Guadalajara, Jalisco whose career has spanned almost three decades. Their sound ranges from hard rock to more mellow pop sounds with additional influences from calypso and reggae.
This is going to be a hot show so get your tickets now. Here’s what you do:
Blues Traveler is coming to San Diego at the House of Blues soon. Who can resist someone playing the harmonica like John Popper does? I’m sure they’ll be playing songs from their most recent CD Bastardo.
If you are looking for tickets we can help you find them. Here’s what you do:
The San Diego State Aztecs are will be back on the court against the Wyoming Cowboys at the Cox Arena. These Aztecs are showing themselves a hard team to beat. As of today their record is 8-1. Get tickets to a game while you can before everyone else jumps on the SDSU bandwagon. Here’s what you do to get tickets:
My Morning Jacket is coming to San Diego’s House of Blues after the New Year. Tickets are on sale now and we are here to help you find them. Here’s what you need to do:
Some sites have his first name spelled Donavan but according to his Wiki page it’s spelled Donavon…and that’s Frankenreiter not Frankenrieter. Not that it really matters how is name is spelled, this guy is pretty sweet. Donavon is coming to San Diego at the House of Blues soon. You really should check this guy out. Here’s how to get tickets:
What better way to spend New Years Eve than at Qualcomm Stadium cheering on San Diego’s Super Bowl contending team, the Chargers? So far the Chargers have had an amazing season with a record of 9-2. Their last game of the season and their last home game will be up against the Arizonal Cardknals. You don’t want to miss it! Here’s what you do to get tickets:
It’s Holiday Bowl time in San Diego. The California Golden Bears will be up agains the Texas A&M Aggies this year. This is going to be a great game! They will be at the 50 yard line of San Diego’s Qualcomm Stadium. Get your tickets now before they sell out. Here’s how:
Want to do some laughing to work off those extra pounds this Christmas? Well, you’re in luck. The comedian, Jamie Foxx is coming to the San Diego Civic Theater. I loved him in Ray and who can forget his many charaters on In Living Color? This will be an awesome show. You don’t want to miss it. Here’s what you do to get tickets:
Since we’re on the subject of jazz, here is another sweet jazz player coming to San Diego soon. Peter White, from the UK will be at the Spreckles Theater in San Diego soon. He’s got a new CD out, Playin’ Favorites and I’m sure he’ll be playing some of his favorites at the show. Here’s what you do to get tickets:
Woody Allen And His New Orleans Jazz Band are coming to San Diego’s Copley Symphony Hall. If you like Jazz this should be a great show! Normally he only plays in New York, but we in San Diego have a treat! Get tickets while you can. Here’s how: