Sunday, May 14, 2017

Brewers Playing Great Baseball | Ticket King Inc.



Brewers tickets
The Milwaukee Brewers are off to one of the most surprising starts in baseball this season. Entering May 15th, the Brewers sit at 21-17, good for second place in the National League Central, one game back of the first place St. Louis Cardinals. Currently, the Brewers are winners of six of their last seven, against the Red Sox and Mets of all teams. The first win did come against the Pittsburgh Pirates on the road 6-2. Zach Davies got the win and the Brewers bullpen did a great job for the final 3.2 innings. After that the Brewers came home for three against the Red Sox. In game one, Milwaukee won a slugfest 11-7, picking up 13 hits. The Brewers won game two 7-4, getting to Red Sox starter Kyle Kendrick early and often. The Brewers lost game three 4-1 as the bats fell silent. Interleague games are kind of neat because fans get to see players they don't normally get to see, especially those who are Miller Park regulars.

Milwaukee then welcomed the Mets for a three game series. In game one, the Brewers hit three home runs off of starting pitcher Matt Harvey, who is just not right in the head at this point time. Milwaukee got six solid innings from Matt Garza one the mound. Garza is building some value come the trade deadline. In game two the Brewers got 8 runs in the 5th inning on their way to an 11-4 victory. In game three the fans got quite the treat. The Brewers fell behind 9-0 after five innings. The bats the came to life in the 6th inning as Milwaukee came storming back, scoring 11 runs over the next three innings, winning 11-9.

Now Milwaukee heads out on the road, beginning with a four game series in San Diego. Following that it is a three game series in Chicago against the Cubs, who have been very inconsistent so far in 2017. We will see how long this holds up. They can't keep scoring 11 runs and/or winning close games. If they want to contend, they have to start showing the ability to pick up good solid 6-3 victories.

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Zac Brown Band Tickets | Summerfest 2017 | Ticket King Inc.

Zac Brown Band tickets
Returning to Summerfest in 2017 is the Zac Brown Band. It seems that Milwaukee is one of the band's favorite stops, because this is show number three for "ZBB" during the ten day festival. For Zac Brown Band tickets, we have you covered. The show date is set for July 1. This is one of their many stops on their "Welcome Home 2017" tour, which started on May 12, and runs well into the fall. Their first two shows are set for the band's home down of Atlanta.

This year, the band is supporting the 2017 disk titled "Welcome Home" where the group tried to get back to their country sound. Some say that their effort is more a nod to their best selling album titled "The Foundation" which topped the "Platinum" status five times over. Also expected to be played at the upcoming show are the songs: Chicken Fried, Toes, Knee Deep, and Homegrown. Zac Brown Band has managed to snag three Grammys over the years.

Zac Brown Develops Camp Sites for Families

In Fayettevile, Georgia Zac Brown has invested time and money into developing a family campground. He looks to his past time spent as a camp councelor and feels that families would benefit from that experience. As a father of five children, Brown has strong ties to those roots. One huge fan of the Zac Brown Band is J.J. Watt. His music "Brings it home" for Watt.

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Dierks Bentley Summerfest Tickets | Ticket King Inc.

Dierks Bentley TicketsDierks Bentley comes to Summerfest 2017 on July 7th. Once again, he's headlining the American Family Insurance Amphitheater. Opening for Bentley will be Jon Pardi and Cole Swindell. This tour is in support of his 2016 album titled "Black." What's Bentley all about? Having a good time.

Is Dierks Bentley popular enough to headline Summerfest? Well, he's got 25 hit songs, 15 of which have hit number one on the country charts. Bentley has been going strong since 2003, when he released his second album. Not too many fans recall his 2001 effort, so we'll start at 2003.

Dierks Bentley Discography


In 2001, Bentley released "Don't Leave Me in Love" a forgettable effort that didn't make a splash. He released that album on his own, and then included a pair of songs from that disk on his first major label debut. 2003 saw the release of a self titled album that made a splash in the country music scene. He followed that up with "Modern Day Drifter" in 2005. He had two number one hit songs from that album.

One year later, Long Trip Alone was released. He had a #1 hit song that year, and went on to release his greatest hits album in 2008. Every Mile a Memory was the follow up disk to his greatest hits, and it failed to crack the top ten. From there, he would go on to release five more albums, which brings us to 2016. All tickets for Dierks Bentley include admission to the entire Summerfest grounds.

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Packers 2017 Schedule | Ticket King Inc.

The Green Bay Packers 2017 schedule has been released, and it is not one of the easier ones in the league.  Aside from the usual NFC North games, they will face the AFC North this year. Throw in the usual “marquee” games, and this upcoming season will be exiting.

They begin the season with the Fox “Game of the Week”, at home, against the Seattle Seahawks on September 10th. This will be an interesting game, not just because it is one of the league's marquee matchups in recent years, but because of Eddie Lacy. This off-season, Lacy signed with the Seahawks, after spending his first four seasons with the Packers. If all goes well and he is not injured, this will be his debut for the Seattle and against his former team no less.

For week two, the Packers head back to Atlanta. The last time they were in Atlanta they got steamrolled by a red hot Falcons team in the NFC Championship game. This game, it will not just be the Falcons 2017 home opener, but the Falcons first game in their new stadium. The first two games are about as tough as it gets, league-wide.

Week three, the Pack faces the Bengals, a team that went 6-9 last year, and hopes to improve on that record in 2017. The team will play week four at Lambeau, and it’s the Packers vs. Bears! That’s a Thursday Night NFL game, with a 7:25pm start, broadcast on CBS and the NFL network.

Following the Bears game, they head to Dallas, for the rematch of the game of the year one season ago. That was the night that Aaron Rodgers played one of his best playoff games of his career. Following the Cowboys game, they head to Minnesota to revisit what has become one of the biggest rivalries in the NFL. The Packers “took care of business,” (along with those pesky Vikings) on Christmas Eve, last year.

Green Bay plays host for only one game in October, and that’s a noon start, against New Orleans on 10/22. From there, the weather turns colder, and the schedule gets a bit lighter.  

If they can make it to the bye still in the hunt for the NFC North title, the second half of their season is much easier than the first. After starting at home against the Lions on Monday night, November 6th, then it will be a road game against the Bears on November 12th.

They will host the AFC Ravens on November 19th at noon. The Packers head to Pittsburgh for what could turn out to be the marquee game in the second half of the season. The Steelers are always in the playoff hunt, and they will once again have all those weapons on offense. This should be a very high scoring game.

Following the “Showdown in the Steel City,” the Packers come home for a game against the Buccaneers on December 3rd. It is two road games after that, as Green Bay will take on the Browns and Panthers. The 2017 Packers will end the season exactly how they finished the last one, at home against the Vikings on 12/23 (A Saturday game,) and on the road against the Lions.