Now that the Superbowl is over (are you happy the Giants won?? Poor Tom Brady. Thwarted by Eli Manning AGAIN) We’ve entered that time of year when there’s not really a ton going on in the world of sports. Sure there’s basketball and hockey, but playoffs for the NBA and NHL are still months away and March Madness doesn’t start for another month.
Clearly the most exciting game on the horizon is the North Carolina vs. Duke basketball game, which always draws huge attention due to their fierce rivalry.
So, here’s your hodge podge top events for the upcoming week:
Top Events 2012 Week 7 (2/6/2012 to 2/13/2012)
According to a 200 poll conducted by ESPN, this is considered to be the fiercest rivalry in all of sports. That’s a pretty epic statement. The intensity is mostly attributed to the two schools close proximity. Once again the No.5 Duke and No.6 UNC are fighting for first place in the ACC.
This is their 2012 Winter Tour named “Thaw Out”. This tour includes special guest Sara Evans and opener Hunter Hayes. This summer Rascal Flatts will participates in the Summer American Band Tour with Little Big Town, Eli Young Band and Edens Edge.
Rascal Flatts is huge in the South. Birmingham is always a top destination for country music.
For those unfamiliar, The tour begins in the late winter each year and ends in March with the World finals in Las Vegas every year. For the past two years, Grave Digger and Maximum Destruction have dominated the event.
Tons of great seats are still available for the San Diego event. A main difference between motocross and Supercross is that supercross tracks are more technical, not as fast as motocross but have a much higher difficulty level, further adding to the injury risk factor and subsequent enthusiastic audience.
6.) Barry Manilow 2/11/2012 Radio City Music Hall New York City, NY
Mr. Manilow is taking to the road to promote his new album “Playlist: The Very Best of Barry Manilow”. He is known for his lively and personal concert experience.
George is promoting his new album “Here for a Good Time.” Really good tickets are still available for his Duluth show.
The Chicago alt rock band while not popular in the mainstream sense, certainly has a huge cult following. Their most recent album, “The Whole Love”, was released on September 27th, 2011.
At Monster jam shows, monster trucks face off in two different forms of competition – Racing and all the best of Freestyle.
The Moscow Festival Ballet’s rendition of the classic, Sleeping Beauty, is sure to be timeless and beautiful.
This top 10 list is compiled from data from our partner website Tickifieds. Events are ranked by using a combination of page views, search queries, and unique visitors.