Every seeding and matchup in the 2014 NHL Playoffs has officially been determined, and a few things are clear. First, it is inevitable that some major franchises are going to fall by the wayside in the first round. Second, the 16-team battle royale is open for the taking.
The life of a celebrity seems worriless and charmed upon first glance, but the truth is it can be a very difficult and bumpy path that leads people to question their own identity. Except Justin Timberlake. It is hard to imagine the 33-year-old Memphis, Tennessee native as ever having a bad day in a life largely split between creating music, performing music, producing music and courting beautiful women.
After a 2013 summer tour with Jay Z that the got the attention of fans all over the world, Timberlake has been continually extending his current 20/20 Experience Tour, and the most recent news is that he will play a series of concerts in North America beginning in early July. Timberlake shows are electric and highly memorable from the moment he takes to stage the moment he finishes his encore.
Each show is also likely to feature a surprise or two, as Timberlake has immense clout within the music industry and often welcomes fellow stars in the same city at the same time to make a cameo during his live performances.
Justin Timberlake tickets are going to be hot, which is why it’s important to find an online exchange you can trust and explore your ticket buying options at your earliest convenience. Biography sites list Justin Timberlake’s occupation as singer, songwriter, actor, producer, businessman and philanthropist. An impressive list to be sure, but many can argue he was put on this great Earth in order to produce music and entertain fans, something he plans on doing in spades for all those purchase Justin Timberlake 2014 concert tickets.
It’s official. Fleetwood Mac will embark on a massive North American tour in the fall of 2014, and they will be joined for the first time in nearly two decades by Christine McVie. The female guitarist joined the band in 1970 after they made the leap over the Atlantic Ocean and were becoming wildly popular in the United States.
Most fans of the band are aware that McVie left the group in the 1990s, shrinking the five person band down to a quartet. But very few know exactly why. At the time, she said it was sparked being homesick for her native England, but she recently admitted on a popular morning American program that her departure from the band had everything to do with her fear of flying. After therapy and holistic measures helped her to ease her fears, she decided to stop letting the things she fears the most prohibit her from doing the things she enjoys the most.
This is all great news for Fleetwood Mac fans anxious to get their hands on concert tickets. An initial announcement regarding the tour stated that they will perform over 30 shows in over 30 major North American metropolises. The millions of fans still playing the classic hits of the epic band on a regular basis are thrilled to know that they can now see the songs performed live by the full fleet of Mac members.
After visiting literally hundreds of cities throughout the world in the 1970s, 80s and 90s, the band faced some tough decisions as to where to stage their upcoming Fleetwood Mac concerts. The common theme of the locations seems to be stadiums with huge capacities and a very high quality sound systems.
The run of nearly three dozen shows will begin in late-September in Minneapolis’ Target Center before touching down in Chicago, New York and Boston. By mid-November, fans up in Canada will be treated to shows in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver. The tour will wrap up out West with stops in Portland, Sacramento, San Jose, Oakland and San Diego. The Los Angeles suburb of Inglewood will be treated to two consecutive shows at The Forum in late-November. Tickets go on sale in early April, and smart fans will get their seats secured to performances that are going to be the first with the full five members in the modern millennium.
2014 Fleetwood Mac Tour Dates
Sept. 30 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – Target Center
Oct. 2 – Chicago, Illinois – United Center
Oct. 6 – Manhattan, New York – Madison Square Garden
Oct. 10 – Boston, Massachusetts – TD Garden
Oct. 11 – Newark, New Jersey – Prudential Center
Oct. 14 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Consol Energy Center
Oct. 15 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 18 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Air Canada Centre
Oct. 19 – Columbus, Ohio – Nationwide Arena
Oct. 21 – Indianapolis, Indiana – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Oct. 22 – Detroit, Michigan – The Palace of Auburn Hills
Oct. 26 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Canadian Tire Centre
Oct. 31 – Washington, DC – Verizon Center
Nov. 1 – Hartford, Connecticut – XL Center
Nov. 10 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – MTS Centre
Nov. 12 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada – Credit Union Centre
Nov. 14 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada – Scotiabank Saddledome
Nov. 15 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – Rexall Place
Nov. 18 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Rogers Arena
Nov. 20 – Tacoma, Washington – Tacoma Dome
Nov. 22 – Portland, Oregon – Moda Center
Nov. 24 – Sacramento, California – Sleep Train Arena
Nov. 25 – San Jose, California – SAP Center at San Jose
Nov. 28 – Los Angeles, California – The Forum
Nov. 29 – Los Angeles, California – The Forum
Dec. 2 – San Diego, California – Viejas Arena at San Diego State University
Dec. 3 – Oakland, California – Oracle Arena
Dec. 10 – Phoenix, Arizona – US Airways Center
Dec. 12 – Denver, Colorado – Pepsi Center
Dec. 14 – Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Dec. 15 – Houston, Texas – Toyota Center
Dec. 17 – Atlanta, Georgia – Philips Arena
Dec. 19 — Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (BB&T Center
Dec. 20 – Tampa, Florida – Tampa Bay Times Forum
According to labels, three rounds have already gone by in the 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament. Be this as it may, many fans are still entirely unwilling to call the preliminary battles that unfold on the Tuesdays and Wednesdays leading up to the tournament the “First Round.” Despite its identity crisis, this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament has been one of the most entertaining ever leading up to the Sweet 16 round.
MARCH MADNESS 2014 When the very first game of what used to be called the first round of the NCAA tournament is absolutely off the hook, fans can feel free to expect a few weeks in March unlike any before it. The 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament tipped off with the Dayton Flyers beating the Ohio State Buckeyes 60 – 59 after rosy-cheeked point guard Aaron Craft was unable to convert a fast-paced layup in the final seconds.
Backstreet Boy’s recently announced on Good Morning America that, “due to overwhelming demand on Facebook and twitter,” at which point he was joined by his four famous bandmates, “Backstreet’s back…alright!” The popular national television morning show allowed the legends of boy pop to make their millions of fans throughout the United States aware that they will be coming to a city near them during a 2014 tour that will feature female singer and songwriter Avril Lavigne.
NCAA BASKETBALL Behold the NCAA Conference Championships. A high-speed burn through a gauntlet of talented and desperate opponents featuring four rounds that unfold in just over 72 hours. Indeed, the squads that hoist trophies at midcourts throughout the nation will have not only gained entrance into the March Madness tournament, but also galvanized their team in the process.
TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT News has quickly made its way through Facebook that chamber pop sensation Lana Del Rey will be embarking on a large 2014 North American tour. This is huge news for all fans of the 27-year-old starlet originally out of New York City. Del Rey has been the face of a massive international clothing line and the Jaguar sports car series in recent years, and now comes the time she is ready to focus on her music and entertaining her fans in a collection of major cities.
TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT Okay, wait a minute. All fans of rock music are aware that the epic band known simply as Queen sprang onto the scene in the early 1970s, peaked with chart-topping albums and epic global performances in the mid-1980s and faded into oblivion in the 1990s after the death of lead singer Freddie Mercury. Right?
Romeo Santos is set to perform a live concert at New York City’s Yankee Stadium in July 2014, and the show will be special for a number of reasons. Fans who make the proper moves to purchase Romeo Santos New York City tickets will secure their spot in the crowd for a performance that will immediately go down in history. Santos was born and raised in The Bronx, and this show will represent his first opportunity to showcase his skills at an epic venue literally steps from where he grew up dreaming of one day performing the biggest stages in the world. It will also be the first time a Latin artist has headlined a major concert at the hallowed venue.
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