The Rolling Stones head out on a United States and Canadian stadium tour this fall. There is nothing that tops a Rolling Stones show....

The Rolling Stones head out on a United States and Canadian stadium tour this fall. There is nothing that tops a Rolling Stones show. The Who and Roger Waters (of Pink Floyd) hit Madison Square Garden and other arenas this month. Barbra Streisand, The Killers, Hanna Montana and the popular “So You Think You Can Dance” tour will also leave you with a smile on your face.

If football is your specialty, get ready for the start of the unsurpassed popularity of the NFL and NCAA. The Dolphins visit the Super Bowl Champion Pittsburgh Steelers to start the season Thursday, Sept. 7th, and it’s Manning vs. Manning as the Colts take on the Giants Sunday night September 10th. The NCAA has marquee match-ups with Georgia Tech vs. Norte Dame and the defending champions Texas Longhorns vs. Ohio State Buckeyes.

The MLB playoff races look to be extremely close this year with key September series involving the Yankees, Cardinals, Twins, Dodgers, Angels, White Sox and Tigers to decide who gets a shot at the World Series.

The US Open Tennis Tournament, always a hot ticket for tennis fans, has already started and the men’s finals are scheduled for September 10th.

The NBA holds its preseason throughout the month of October with the start of the league scheduled to open with a Halloween night doubleheader. The NHL also begins its season this month.

Watch out for Nathan Lane returning to Broadway this month in the hilarious comedy, “Butley.” Buy your tickets now to the musical “Mary Poppins.” Sites such as TicketLiquidator.com have plenty of seats available for both shows at bargain prices. A smash in London, this is the first collaboration between Disney and Cameron Mackintosh (producer of “Cats,” “The Phantom of the Opera” and “Les Miserables”) and may become the next-must see musical on Broadway.