Chicago Bears Eliminate 2020 Season Tickets, Hope for Single Game Sales
The Chicago Bears announced to Personal Seat License holders that there would be no season tickets for the 2020 campaign due to the coronavirus, mirroring similar moves made by a number of other franchises. Plans are for a drastically-reduced seating capacity at Soldier Field, if fans are allowed at... Read more
Mike Tyson Sets September Comeback Fight With Roy Jones, Jr.
Mike Tyson will step into the boxing ring for the first time in 15 years this fall, taking on former multi-division champion Roy Jones Jr. in an eight round exhibition on September 12 at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California. The fight will be aired on Pay Per... Read more
Atlanta Falcons Cut Stadium Capacity to No More Than 30 Percent
The Atlanta Falcons became the latest NFL team to inform season ticket holders of its intention to dramatically cut capacity for the fall, sending a memo Wednesday that they expect to be admitting no more than 30 percent of the 72,000 capacity at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. This means that the... Read more
NFL Announces Face Coverings Required for All Fans
At NFL games this fall, officials on the field won’t be the only ones keeping an eye on face masks, as the league announced a universal policy requiring face coverings for all in attendance this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. While individual franchises and local authorities will decide... Read more
Indy 500 Plans 25% Capacity for August, Up to 87,000
Up to 87.500 fans will descend on the Indianapolis Motor Speedway in just over a month, as Indy 500 officials announced plans for allowing up to 25% capacity at the storied race on August 23. While the number would be the smallest attendance figure in more than 100 years,... Read more
Cuomo Bans Fans from Stands of NY College Sports This Fall
College sports fans in New York will have no choice but to stay at home this fall, as Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that no fans would be allowed at intercollegiate sporting contests for now. The move mirrors the Governor’s decision related to professional sports in the state –... Read more
Hamilton in California, Maroon 5 in New York Headline Tickets on Sale
Fresh off the original Broadway production’s Disney+ debut, tickets to the touring company of Hamilton at Hollywood’s Pantages Theatree will be up for grabs, for shows beginning in April of next year. Nearly 200 performances are available for purchase, with dates extending into December of next year. Other highlights... Read more
LA Rams Move Season Tickets to 2021, Expect Capacity of 15,000 in New Stadium
The Los Angeles Rams became the latest NFL team to announce its expectation for a greatly reduced capacity this fall due to the coronavirus, informing season ticket members Tuesday. Those with Stadium Seat Licenses will see their plans diverted to next season, with SSL holders to receive priority for... Read more
Raiders Owner Says Team Likely Won’t Have Fans Attend In Person
Excitement is high for the debut of NFL football in Las Vegas, but Raiders owner Mark Davis told reporters that it was unlikely the team would be playing in front of fans as the upcoming season begins, though the team has not yet made any formal announcement of any... Read more
Jets, Giants Plan for No Fans This Season Due to NJ Governor’s Order
An order from Governor Phil Murphy limiting events to a total of 500 or fewer fans in the state of New Jersey means that the New York Giants and New York Jets – who both play at Metlife Stadium in the Garden State – will be playing in front... Read more