Shubert ‘Fighting Scalping,’ but Also Selling 300% Mark-Up Tickets Through Own Subsidiary
The Shubert Organization, one of the primary organizations lobbying hard to add onerous restrictions to the right of consumers to re-sell their own tickets in New York, is in fact a major player in the secondary market itself, scalping its own tickets at steep markup while misleading consumers that... Read more
College Football Headlines Monday Tickets On Sale
Father’s Day may now be over but if you missed out on getting the perfect gift for Dad, today’s onsales have you covered with college football leading the charge. The Oregon Ducks find their home games for this upcoming season hit the market, as well as student season ticket... Read more
Romeo Santos, Cher Headline Mid-Week Onsales
Romeo Santos returns to the ticket market after extending his Golden Tour. Santos will perform another 18 dates throughout September and October, a handful of which are available for exclusive presale. The singer launched his latest tour earlier this year and visited major markets like Atlanta, Chicago and San... Read more
Daniel Radcliffe Returns To Broadway This Fall For ‘The Lifespan of a Fact’
The star of Harry Potter will return to Broadway, but instead of a wizard he will be playing a fact-checker in the new play The Lifespan of a Fact. The new production, which Radcliffe will co-star in alongside Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale, is adapted from a 2012 book,... Read more
Presale Tickets Begin For The Cher Show On Broadway This December
In honor of the legendary pop-star Cher, the Broadway musical The Cher Show will hit theaters later this year, showcasing her story that has stretched over six decades. Preceding the opening on Broadway, The Cher Show will play a limited engagement at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre from June 12 through... Read more
U.S. Open Tennis Headlines Monday Tickets On Sale
The tennis world has all eyes on Paris at the moment as the French Open draw continues to whittle down. But attention will soon turn to the U.S. Open as tickets for the final Grand Slam of the year prepare to hit the market. New York’s home tennis tournament... Read more
‘Spongebob Squarepants’ Makes Its Mark On Broadway With 12 Tony Nominations
When Spongebob Squarepants hit Broadway, critics weren’t quite sure of how the run would play out, but since its debut in December of last year, the show has garnered stellar reviews and 12 Tony Award nominations. Nearly everyone knows the classic cartoon TV show about a sponge who lives... Read more
Jimmy Buffet’s ‘Escape To Margaritaville’ Announces Closing Date This July
It’s the last chance for Jimmy Buffett fans to ‘Escape To Margaritaville,’ since the jukebox musical has announced a closing date after only four months. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the musical struggled to build audiences; last week, the show played to only 56 percent capacity. The romantic comedy,... Read more
Florence and the Machine Headline Thursday Tickets On Sale
Weeks before the release of their fourth album, Florence and the Machine are taking over the ticketing market as their High as Hope Tour prepares to go on sale. The indie rockers are set to headline major cities across North America this fall on the trek, including Boston, Houston,... Read more
This Year’s Broadway Season Breaks Records With $1.65 Billion In Sales
With Springsteen on Broadway, Mean Girls, and Harry Potter and The Cursed Child debuting, critics had high expectations for the 2017 – 2018 Broadway season, but, sales jumped over 14 percent and broke records – pulling in $1.65 billion. The Hollywood Reporter noted that 10 years ago, it would... Read more