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Students camping in front of the Bryce Jordan Center (BJC) said they were angry when they learned bowl tickets would be distributed through a lottery system and not a walk-up sale as the athletic Web site stated.
"The rules came out too late," August Iorio (senior-finance) said. "It was a hasty decision without much thought in the process."
Students can receive numbered wristbands from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Dec. 7 at the BJC. At 8 a.m. the next day, students will line up in the order of the wristbands' numbers, and all students following a selected number will be eligible to buy tickets, said Greg Myford, associate athletic director of marketing.
Students must get wristbands together in order to sit by each other at the bowl game, Myford said.
Students can only purchase one ticket, and only 2005 student season ticket holders are eligible for student tickets. The price and number of student tickets will depend on which bowl Penn State is selected for, Myford said.
Following instructions from the NFL, the Panthers have sent out invoices for playoff tickets to all personal seat license, club suite and luxury suite holders. Director of ticket sales and operations Phil Youtsey said Monday that invoices were mailed last week.
"We don't want to be premature about anything," Youtsey said.
"But this is something that's mandated by the league at this time of the year, and they instruct all teams in similar positions to do this.
"It's certainly a possibility that we have to prepare for, and it would be an honor to host a game or two games at Bank of America Stadium where our fan support has been tremendous all year and has helped create a great home-field advantage for us."
Still, nothing is guaranteed because the Panthers face a difficult schedule in their final five regular-season games.
The Panthers will host the Bucs on Dec. 11 and Dallas (7-4) on Christmas Eve. The only remaining game against a team with a losing record is Dec. 18 against the Saints (3-8) in Baton Rouge.
Winning a majority of those final five games likely would put the Panthers in position to host at least one playoff game. The last time a postseason game was played here was when the Panthers hosted Dallas in a first-round game on their way to Super Bowl XXXVIII after the 2003 season.
Carolina's only other home playoff game was also against Dallas, after the 1996 season.
Youtsey said ticket prices increase for the playoffs, and the rates and handling fees are determined by the NFL. In general, ticket holders can expect playoff prices to rise by about 40 percent from the regular-season cost. Youtsey said playoff tickets will range from $59 for the least-expensive seats to $400 for premium seats.
According to NFL rules, the invoices are for a two-game package. If the Panthers don't host a game or only host one, season ticket holders will receive a credit on their account that can be used in the future or can be refunded.
Full payment must be made by Dec. 9.
If the Panthers host any playoff games, only a limited number of tickets will be available to people who don't hold season tickets. Youtsey said that number is likely to be about 7,000. Those tickets wouldn't go on sale until it's confirmed the Panthers will host a playoff game. Source>>>
BOSTON, MA - Tickets for 2006 Boston Red Sox Spring Training games at City of Palms Park in Fort Myers, FL will go on sale December 3. The club today announced its 32-game Spring schedule, which includes 16 games at City of Palms Park.
The Red Sox have held all Spring Training ticket prices at 2005 levels. Tickets will be available at the City of Palms Park Box Office beginning on Saturday, December 3 (10 a.m.-5 p.m.). The box office will again be open from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday, December 4. Beginning Monday, December 5, the Fort Myers box office--and the Red Sox Team Store at City of Palms Park--will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
April 3, 2006 8:00PM
Venue: America West Arena
Multi-platinum and award winning artist, Billy Joel returns to Phoenix for one show. The Phoenix show is part of the pop music icon's first solo major concert tour in nearly seven years.
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Ticket Limit: 8 • Orders must be received by Dec. 1 at 12 noon
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He's taken the concept of food processing to new heights... Comic, recent California Gubernatorial Candidate and Presidential Candidate Gallagher will shower the audience with humor, pureed fruit salad and other food groups on January 7th at Flint Center.
More than flying bits of food, Gallagher's show incorporates intelligent social and political commentary as only he can deliver.
Fans always get more than their money's worth, Gallagher gives 110% before and during every Sledge-O-Matic show, posing for pictures and signing autographs. Flash photography is allowed and encouraged, he even sells cameras and ponchos if you forget yours.
NEW YORK - Supporting Baseball's biggest payroll will mean an increase in ticket prices for the New York Yankees, who are boosting the price of many of their best box seats over $100.
The Yankees said Friday they are raising the price of their box seats closest to the field by $5 to $20, depending on their row and location. The seats, known as field championship boxes, will sell for $110, $105, $100 and $95, up from $90 last season.
New York's best regular seats, which include waiter service, are available only as part of season-ticket plans.
With many sections for next year already sold out because of season tickets, the price of the top seat available in advance for individual game sales will be $55 for lower-deck reserved, an increase of $5. Those seats will sell for $57 on the days of games.
Upper-deck reserved seats will remain unchanged: $17 as part of season tickets, $19 in advance of individual games and $20 on days of games. Bleacher seats will remain at $10 as part of season tickets and $12 for individual games.
The trade was announced Wednesday but wasn't official until the players passed their physicals. Philadelphia also gets minor-league left-hander Daniel Haigwood and a player to be named.
The Phillies are giving the White Sox $22 million as part of the deal, a Baseball official told the Associated Press, speaking on condition of anonymity because the teams did not make that information public.
It's the first major move for the White Sox since winning their first World Series championship in 88 years last month. The injury-plagued Thome fills Chicago's need for a left-handed-swinging power threat. He could DH or play first base if free agent Paul Konerko doesn't re-sign. Konerko, the AL Championship Series MVP, is not expected to choose a team before the winter meetings, which begin Dec. 5 in Dallas.
Thome's departure clears the path for NL Rookie of the Year Ryan Howard. Howard batted .288 with 22 homers and 63 RBI in 88 games after Thome went down with an elbow injury.
Rowand batted .270 with 13 homers and 69 RBI for the White Sox.
Rowand established himself as a starter in 2004, when he hit .310 with 24 homers.
SHORT HOPS: Washington outfielder Jose Guillen should begin rehabilitating his left shoulder in a week and is expected to be ready for the regular season. Guillen had surgery Monday.
Jeff Manto, the Pittsburgh Pirates' roving minor-league hitting coordinator the last three seasons, was hired Friday as new manager Jim Tracy's hitting coach.
Manto joins a Pirates staff that already includes bench coach Jim Lett, pitching coach Jim Colborn, first base coach John Shelby and bullpen coach Bobby Cuellar. Source>>>
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The twang of country guitars will join the roar of high-performance engines again next year when Kentucky Speedway uncorks its 2006 pre-race concert lineup.
As in past years, all concerts are on the Turn 1 concourse and free with Speedway admission. That's because, general manager and executive vice president Mark F. Cassis says, "With so much competition for the entertainment dollar, we need to keep adding components."
Besides the lineup of concerts to go with races, the Speedway is also looking at several stand-alone (no race) concerts similar to Tim McGraw's show last year.
"I can't say who yet, but we're in the process of actively bidding on stand-alones for May, July and September, plus a major major two-day rock show," Cassis says. "We have a 66,089 capacity, and with the shows we're looking at, I think we could sell it out."
This year's series of pre- and post-race freebies:
Cowboy Crush: The five-member female group still hasn't released its first CD, but it single releases are a hot ticket on radio, the concert circuit and CMT with songs such as "Nobody Ever Died of a Broken Heart." Look for them May 13, before the "Kentucky 150."
Lonestar: With 10 No. 1 singles, including "Mr. Mom" and "I'm Already There," as well as a CMA Vocal Group of the Year award, the Texas quartet breezes in June 17 before the Meijer 300 Presented by Oreo.
Charlie Daniels Band: An icon on the country circuit, the burly Daniels is on his Salute to America Tour. His "The Devil Went Down to Georgia" and "Uneasy Rider" are considered country classics. He'll perform before the July 8 NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series Built Ford Tough 225 presented by the Greater Cincinnati Ford Dealers.
Hot Apple Pie: Led by Fairfield native and Cincinnati favorite Brady Seals, formerly of the group Little Texas, Apple Pie is a newcomer with one major hit - "Hillbillies" - and another one climbing the charts - "We're Makin' Up." The group takes the stage following the Aug. 13 Indy Racing League IndyCar Series 300-mile Race.
Hometowner Kid Rock couldn't let something like the Super Bowl hit Detroit and not do something big. So Wednesday, he proclaimed he will have the hottest concert on Super Bowl weekend -- the lad is never humble -- Friday, Feb. 3, at Joe Louis Arena.
Tickets ($39 plus service charges) go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 3 at the Joe Louis and Fox Theatre box offices, Hockeytown Authentics in Troy, all Ticketmaster locations (248-645-6666) and Ticketmaster.com. More info at CellarDoor.com and OlympiaEntertainment.com. Source>>>
CLEVELAND -- The Indians will put single-game tickets for their home opener April 7, 2006, against the Twins on sale Friday at 10 a.m. ET.
The initial ticket sale will also allow fans to buy tickets to each game in the Opening Day weekend series.
Tickets will also go on sale Friday morning for the team's popular Six Pack Plan, which the Tribe unveiled last season. The Indians will showcase four plans that offer six games for as low as $42.
Fans can buy tickets to Opening Day weekend or for the Six Pack Plan through the Internet at www.indians.com, at the Jacobs Field box office, at the seven Cleveland Indians Team Shops in Northeast Ohio and through the Ticketmaster phone center (1-866-48-TRIBE).
Tickets are also available at select Giant Eagle Stores and Kaufmann's.
The Indians, who put season tickets on sale earlier, have made no announcement on when they will put tickets to the rest of the home schedule on sale.