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And, you thought tickets to Super Bowl XLV in Dallas would set you back a lot of money. According to ESPN, a parking lot about a tenth of a mile away from Cowboys Stadium, where the February 6 game is scheduled to be played, is asking $990 for a... Read more
For the amount of the loose change likely resting between the cushions in your couch, you could have watched the Cleveland Cavaliers battle the New Jersey Nets in Newark Monday night, January 24. According to the New York Times, which was using information from SlamOnline.com, tickets to see two... Read more
Planning on being in Dallas during this year’s Super Bowl but you can’t score a ticket to the game? Relax. For only $200 you can watch the game on big screen televisions outside of Cowboys Stadium. In a first for the NFL, the league is charging fans for standing-room... Read more
“Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark,” which is the most expensive production in Broadway history at $65 million, could take at least four years to recoup its initial investment, according to the New York Times. The paper estimates that after the expenses of running the show, which could run about... Read more
The New York Times, which owns nearly 17 percent of New England Sports Ventures (NESV), the parent company of the Boston Red Sox, is looking to unload the stake for more than $100 million. The newspaper giant, which also owns the Boston Globe, bought the share in 2002 for... Read more
Barry Diller, who resigned as chairman of Live Nation in late September, has sold 2.5 million shares of the company’s stock to Liberty Media Corp., which is headed up by his rival John Malone. According to Bloomberg Businessweek, the exact date of the sale, and the price for the... Read more
The New York Knicks were forced to postpone a game against the Orlando Magic, scheduled for tonight, November 2, due to an asbestos-related accident at Madison Square Garden (MSG). According to the team and the New York Daily News, asbestos debris fell from the ceiling onto the court, and... Read more
A huge crush of Take That fans overwhelmed UK ticketing Web sites Thursday, October 28, crashing servers on the first day that tickets were available for the band’s upcoming tour, according to BBC News. Ticketing sites throughout the country, including Ticketmaster’s, crashed under the volume of traffic, which Ticketmaster... Read more
Mike Ornstein, a marketing agent who reportedly once represented Reggie Bush and is a confidant of New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, recently pleaded guilty to federal charges related to a scheme to resell Super Bowl tickets. According to the New York Times, based on a story that was... Read more
Live Nation Executive Chairman Irving Azoff, and his wife Shelli, next spring will receive the Spirit of Live Award from City of Hope, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The prestigious Spirit of Live Award is presented annually to “individuals who have committed their time and resources to helping those... Read more