NBA Tickets On Sale
After a thrilling 2015 NBA season that saw the Warriors win their first championship in 40 years, basketball fans are ready for another action-packed season. With several prestigious teams announcing their on-sale dates this week, you won’t have to wait much longer to see the hoops you’ve been craving. Be there as these teams tip off this October with great seats from Ticketmaster.
Los Angeles Lakers – 8/21 @ 10 AM
With a high draft pick and several under-the-radar signings, the Lakeshow hopes to shock the world with a return to the playoffs for the first time in two years. With the one and only Kobe Bryant coming back, fans can’t wait to pack the stands at Staples Centers to cheer on the Purple and Gold during home games against fierce Western Conference competitors.
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— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) August 19, 2015
Miami Heat – 8/21 @ 10 AM
After four straight trips to the finals and six straight playoff appearances, the Heat fell just below the playoff line last year. But with Chris Bosh back, Goran Dragic added to their roster, and Dwyane Wade a consummate threat, they hope to burn a path back to the post-season in 2016—and tickets are red-hot right now.
— Miami HEAT (@MiamiHEAT) August 19, 2015
Toronto Raptors – 8/21 @ 10 AM
Basketball fans in the Great White North have helped their beloved Raptors make the playoffs two years straight with their fearsome pride. With the dynamic duo of Kyle Lowry and DeMar DeRozan gunning for a deep playoff run, fans won’t want to miss their potent combination of finesse, athleticism, and power in the new season.
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) August 20, 2015
Washington Wizards – 8/24 @ 10 AM
John Wall has led the Washington Wizards back to prominence, taking the team beyondthe first round for two consecutive seasons. He’s looking for Bradley Beal and Nene to help him take the next step, and D.C. fans can’t wait to jump on home game tickets when they go on sale this Monday.
— NBA (@NBA) August 19, 2015
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Gustavo Dudamel – 8/23 @ 10 AM
Conductor Gustavo Dudamel has enraptured audiences for decades with his stirring renditions of classic symphonies. For his series of concerts at the Walt Disney Concert Hall this fall and spring, he’s sure to bring a smile to your face with fan favorite compositions brought to life with help from the always amazing Los Angeles Philharmonic and Simon Bolivar Symphony Orchestra.
— Gustavo Dudamel (@GustavoDudamel) July 30, 2015
Yanni – 8/21 @ 10 AM
One of the most celebrated pianists of our time, Yanni has thrilled audiences everywhere with his eclectic blend of synthesizers, orchestral arrangements, and folk instruments from around the world. Now fans across America can experience his wonderful, all-encompassing style when his World Tour stops for select dates in the US this winter.
— Yanni (@Yanni) August 3, 2015
ODESZA – 8/21 @ 10 AM
Featured in a recent installment of The Come Up, ODESZA has been thrilling fans of indie electronica recently with their moving compositions and smile-inducing beats. The Seattle duo is taking their sunshiny chillwave grooves to world-class venues like the Aragon Ball Room in Chicago when they play the North American leg of their In Return World Tour.
— ODESZA (@odesza) August 17, 2015
The Chainsmokers – 8/21 @ 10 AM
The humorous narrative and bombastic beats of “#Selfie” made electro-house duo The Chainsmokers an overnight sensation last year. Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall bring just as much quirky fun to their live shows, and they’re more than ready to show off their chops and get all of America bouncing to the beat this fall.
James Bay – 8/21 @ 9 AM
British songwriter James Bay has been melting hearts with hits like “Hold Back the River” and “Let It Go” from his debut album Chaos and the Calm released earlier this year. Now he’s bringing his touching songcraft to the House of Blues Houston, the Filmore in Philadelphia, the Hollywood Palladium, and other select venues across the country.
— James Bay (@JamesBayMusic) August 20, 2015
Darius Rucker – 8/21 @ 10 AM
Darius Rucker has transformed himself from a heartland rocker in Hootie and the Blowfish to a country solo superstar, and fans have loved every minute of it. Now he’s extending his Southern Style Tour into the fall with openers A Thousand Horses and David Nail bringing all the downhome Americana audiences have been craving.
— Darius Rucker (@dariusrucker) August 20, 2015
Stevie Wonder – 8/21 @ 10 AM
Grammy-winning, chart-topping Stevie Wonder has been playing his seminal 1976 album Songs in the Key of Life from start to finish at venues across the US, and he’s just added dates at the AT&T Center in San Antonio and Madison Square Garden in NYC. Don’t miss your chance to experience a true musical legend perform hits like “As”, “Sir Duke”, and “I Wish” live and in person.
The Brian Setzer Orchestra – 8/21 @ 10 AM
Fans that want to “Jump, Jive and Wail” know that swinger extraordinaire Brian Setzer always delivers the goods. For the 12th year in a row, he’s bringing his Christmas Rocks! Tour to venues like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and the NYCB Theatre in New York to ring in the holidays with some serious style.
— Brian Setzer (@briansetzer59) August 17, 2015
Detroit Red Wings – 8/24 @ 10 AM
It’s been 24 years since the Red Wings missed the playoffs, and they’re showing no signs of slowing down for their 2015 campaign. If you want to be at Joe Louis Arena to witness all the home game excitement while you cheer on one of the most legendary teams in hockey, make sure that you’re ready when tickets go on sale this Monday.
— Detroit Red Wings (@DetroitRedWings) August 20, 2015