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Garth Brooks – 8/28 @ 10 AM
Garth Brooks, country’s all-time biggest star, excited fans with the release of his comeback album Man Against Machine late last year. Now he’s announced more tickets for his Man Against Machine US Tour, including additional dates at the BMO Bradley Center in Milwaukee. Get pumped before you see the living legend with our recent Video Rundown.
— Garth Brooks (@garthbrooks) August 20, 2015
The Weeknd – 8/28 @ 10 AM
Indie R&B master The Weeknd is lighting up the charts with his stunning vocals and slick productions on hits like “Earned It”, “Can’t Feel My Face”, and “The Hills”. When he embarks on The Madness Tour this fall, he’ll bring his talents to arenas like the United Center in Chicago and Oracle Arena in Oakland with specials guests like Banks, Halsey, and Travi$ Scott.
TELL YOUR FRIENDS MUSIC VIDEO : http://t.co/kTfY2FcNPG
— The Weeknd (@theweeknd) August 24, 2015
Mac Miller – 8/28 @ 10 AM
Mac Miller has been laying down his thick grooves and introspective rhymes since 2010, attracting a dedicated following in the process. This year he’ll tear the roof off legendary venues across North America to celebrate the September release of his third album GO:OD AM, including stops at the House of Blues in San Diego and Terminal 5 in New York City.
— Mac (@MacMiller) August 24, 2015
So You Think You Can Dance – Live Tour – 8/28 @ 10 AM
Movement fans have been enraptured by the Emmy-winning television series So You Think You Can Dance for over a decade. Now the top ten dancers from season 11 are leaping out of your screen this fall to bring their amazing dance routines to 30 cities across America.
— SYTYCD (@DANCEonFOX) August 25, 2015
Portland Trail Blazers – 8/31 @ 12 PM
The Portland Trail Blazers have some of the most diehard fans in the NBA, and they’re all clamoring to see how All-Star point guard Damien Lillard leads their retooled roster. They tip off their season on October 28 against the New Orleans Pelicans in what promises to be a tough Western Conference showdown at the Moda Center.
— Trail Blazers (@trailblazers) August 21, 2015
Anaheim Ducks – 8/28 @ 10 AM
The Anaheim Ducks outpaced the rest of the West last year to enter the playoffs as the number one seed, but their Conference Finals loss to the Chicago Blackhawks left a sour taste in their mouth. Fans are flocking back to the Honda Center in 2015 as the Ducks take on teams like the Vancouver Canucks and the Arizona Coyotes early in October.
— Anaheim Ducks (@AnaheimDucks) August 25, 2015
Columbus Blue Jackets – 9/1 @ 10 AM
Despite an injury-riddled 2014-15 season, the Columbus Blue Jackets only missed a playoff appearance by a few points in the fiercely competitive Metropolitan Division. They’ll leave their passion out on the ice at Nationwide Arena as they start off a resurgent season against division opponents the New York Rangers on October 9.
WE ARE BACK https://t.co/yhuGlqoXZV
— NHL Blue Jackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) August 25, 2015
New Jersey Devils – 9/1 @ 10 AM
The New Jersey Devils are planning to come back strong after health issues plagued their season. Team captain and two-time Stanley Cup Champion Patrik Elias hopes to lead the team back to contention, starting when they take on the Winnipeg Jets on October 9 for their first home game of the season.
— New Jersey Devils (@JerseyDevils) August 15, 2015
Pittsburgh Penguins – 9/1 @ 10 AM
After making the playoffs for nine years in a row, the Pittsburgh Penguins are gunning for a shot at the Stanley Cup in 2015. Fans will be out in a full force for home games at the Consol Energy Center, especially when The Pens start off their season on October 13 with a tough matchup against the Montreal Canadians.
The guys are arriving back in the Burgh and are smilin' at summer skate. https://t.co/BMxemsqAA5
— Pittsburgh Penguins (@penguins) August 24, 2015
Yonder Mountain String Band – 8/28 @ 10 AM
Yonder Mountain String Band’s stunning musicianship has helped define progressive bluegrass over the past seventeen years. With their new album Black Sheep thrilling Americana fans, YMSB is teaming up with The Henhouse Prowlers for a US tour, including dates at the House of Blues Chicago and the Pittsburgh Metropolitan Theatre.
— Yonder Mountain (@YonderMountain) August 25, 2015