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The Georgia Dome in Atlanta will host the March Madness Final on Saturday, April 6. Louisville will play Wichita State at 6:05pm ET, while Michigan takes on Syracuse at 8:49pm.
Sasquatch! Music Festival Announces Memorial Day Weekend Lineup: Mumford & Sons, The Lumineers and More
It may be difficult to find a more picturesque place for a music festival. The world-renowned Gorge in Quincy, Washington, set high atop basalt cliffs, will welcome the Lumineers, the Postal Service, Vampire Weekend, Dropkick Murphy's, and dozens of other top performers for four days of music and fun.
For those looking to catch the Super Bowl match-up this Sunday between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens, buyers may be rewarded for their patience. As the big game approaches, TiqIQ reports that ticket prices on the secondary market are dropping lower than they have in recent years.
Insomniac Events, creators of the Electric Daisy Carnival, have announced their festival will return to New York City on May 17 and 18 at Citi Field. Last year's event was a major success with over 45,000 attending each day. Look for some of the biggest names in Electronic Dance Music to perform.
After much anticipation, the lineup has been released for one of the country's largest music festivals. The eclectic Coachella, which takes place at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, expanded their format last year to two back-to-back weekends.
Kenny Chesney is set to have another big year in 2013. His No Shoes Nation Tour, presented by Corona Light, will kick off on March 16 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida and will include 45 more stops throughout the U.S.
With the Collective Bargaining Agreement signed by both the NHL and the NHL Player's Association, the lockout is officially over. Yahoo! Sports takes a look at top match-ups and headlines going into this season.
Davis McCallum directs this Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about an American solider who has returned home from the war in Iraq. This is the play's first appearance in New York City.
Great news for hockey fans - there will be an NHL season after all. An agreement was made between the Player's Association and the league early Sunday morning, essentially ending this year's lockout just in time to save the season. The shortened season is predicted to begin on January 19th.