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VIP Tickets for August 2011

Monday, August 1st, 2011


August, named after the Roman Emperor Augustus Ceasar, is in fact filled with a spendid lineup of live events you should check out. From country to acrobatic rock opera, you’re bound to find your seats for the VIP Tickets that are perfect for you.

Multi-platinum country sensation Taylor Swift is back to rocking the stage with her “Speak Now” tour! She will be joined this year by NeedToBreathe, a country/rock quartet Taylor hand-picked for her tour. This is Taylor Swift’s largest concert tour ever, with 87 shows in 19 countries across four continents. Don’t wait until it’s too late – these hot tickets are selling out fast!

Tickets are now on sale for the highly-anticipated tour of America’s top 10 favorites of So You Think You Can Dance! Finally getting some of the recognition it deserves, the show has received 8 Emmy nominations – and not just for choreography. In addition to Outstanding Reality-Competition, Cat Deeley got some Emmy nomination love for Outstanding Host. The tour spans to 32 cities and kicks off on September 17 in Orlando, finishing up on November 2 in San Diego. Now’s your chance to see Caitlynn, Clarice, Jess, Jordan, Marko, Melanie, Mitchell, Ricky, Sasha and Tadd LIVE on stage for the most memorable routines of Season 8′s Hot Tamale Train. Holy Smokes!!!

So basically, the Red Sox are ruling Major League Baseball. What else would you expect from Boston? The team recently acquired Erik Bedard who will start this Thursday at Fenway Park vs. the Cleveland Indians. Andrew Miller is next in line to pitch. Despite his previous knee injury, I think we can expect great things from Bedard. There’s no better way to get in the game than grabbing your glove and heading to the stadium.

If you’re into astonishing acrobatics and a wonderful, weird world that only Cirque du Soleil could create, then don’t miss the acrobatic rock opera Zarkana! This is a limited engagement that is only playing until October 8, 2011. The show takes you into the surreal story of Zark, “a magician who has lost his powers – and the love of his life – in an abandoned theatre populated by a motley collection of off-the-wall characters and incomparable acrobats.” Don’t miss this “visual vortex” and “slightly twisted musical” in New York!