Thursday, June 16, 2016

Kenny Chesney Miller Park Event Information 2016 | Ticket King Inc.

Kenny Chesney Miller Park Milwaukee
Heading to the Kenny Chesney concert at Miller Park on Saturday?  There are a few things to keep in mind for that event, and Ticket King is happy to share the most important information that will make your concert experience the best ever.

Taxi Cabs: There will be pick up and drop off taxis at the Helfaer Field, but be advised that when the concert ends, hundreds of people will be looking for cabs, all at the same time. Expect delays getting a cab out of Miller Park, and the only spot for you to find a cab will be at the "transit area" outside Helfaer Field.

Uber: Yes, you can try your luck at an Uber. Just be sure to meet them in the "Gantner parking lot" near the Sausage Haus, east of Miller Park.

RallyBus is booking transportation to Miller Park from selected cities like Madison. Check out for information.

Pick up and Drop off: We don't advise that you drop off people for the show. There will be no way to pick them up, once the show ends. All traffic will be going in one direction, out.

Cameras: You are allowed to bring a camera to the event, but the lens cannot be longer than a credit card. (That means no "super zoom" lenses.)

Carry In: Check with the Brewers website for all "Carry In" rules. The same rules for a Brewers game apply to this event.

Parking: The lots open at 2pm, and we STRONGLY encourage you to purchase parking in advance. Parking for Kenny Chesney Milwaukee will sell out.

The Miller Park roof will be open, weather permitting.

Tailgating: Tailgating is allowed, just like a Brewers game. All Brewers game tailgate rules apply for this event.

For every little detail on the rules and regulations of this event, feel free to check this link.

2016 MLB Teams Settle Into Predictable Form, Save for the Brewers | Ticket King Inc.

MLB 2016 Season
The first two months of the MLB 2016 season were rather unusual. Teams who weren't expected to win were winning, and teams expected to lose were losing. Well, it appears as if the standings are finally starting to form up as expected. The Phillies, who raced out to one of the best records in the game after three weeks, have come crashing back to earth. Philadelphia is just 5-17 in their last 22 games and are no longer winning one close game after another. Another team that started out well and are fading fast are the Chicago White Sox. The White Sox, who owned the best record in the American League one month ago, are just 8-22 in their last 30 games. The White Sox rotation, which held up the first month, has fallen apart, just as we all expected. Kenny Williams and Rick Hahn, rather than wait for the trade deadline, made a move now, trading for James Shields to try to fix some of their rotation problems.

Meanwhile, there is the flip-side of that. There are also teams who were supposed to contend, that started the season cold, and are now warning up. First and foremost, would be the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cardinals were a mess the first two months of the season. Their offense was struggling, their rotation was a mess, and a lot of people were pushing the panic button in St. Louis. The rotation has started to turn the corner the last few weeks. Carlos Martinez, their young star arm, is starting to get warm, and staff ace Adam Wainwright is back to his old self. Overall, the Cardinals have won five in a row and are 7-1 in their last 8 games. The hottest team in baseball at the moment though is the Texas Rangers. The Rangers, who sort of sputtered in first gear to begin the season, are 17-5 in their last 22 games despite their catching issues. The Rangers offense is just on a fire and so is their bullpen. Still, they need to upgrade their catching situation, and the arrow keeps pointing to Jonathan Lucroy. The holdup is over the return for Lucroy. Rangers GM Jon Daniels wants to part with ready now prospects. Brewers GM David Stearns wants long range prospects.

Speaking of those Brewers, they are one of the few teams who aren't “forming up” right now. The Brewers currently sit at 30-33, and took the last two games of a four game series this weekend against the vaunted New York Mets. Still, let's check back in two weeks from now, this four games series with the Mets was the beginning of the toughest part of the Brewers entire 2016 schedule. Between now and the All Star break, outside of a two game series against the Athletics, the Brewers play five teams, the Mets, the Nationals, the Cardinals, the Giants, and the Dodgers. Let's see where they are two weeks from now, or even at the All Star break. 

Friday, May 20, 2016

Jimmy Buffett Alpine Valley Tickets 2016 | Ticket King Inc.

Jimmy Buffett tickets 2016
 Once again, Jimmy Buffett will perform at Alpine Valley.  The show is set for September 3, and Buffett tickets have already gone on sale. Try Ticket King for seats ranging from the lawn to reserved. The tour starts this may, with a show in Austin, and ends in late October at the Golden 1 Center. All eyes are on the East Troy show this fall.


Pitbull Comes to Summerfest in 2016 | Ticket King Inc.

Pitbull 2016 Tickets
Pitbull is coming back to Summerfest on June 30th. He's one of the biggest in rap at the moment, and will support his new album "Climate Change" this summer, with shows across the country. Pitbull tickets for Summerfest 2016 are already on sale. Backing up Pittbull will be Farruko. Showtime is set for 7:30, on the Marcus Amphitheater stage.

Pitbull's biggest hit song is titled Give Me Everything. That song reached number one in the charts. He's also got a fragrance line of products, and has partnered with major brands. He's got millions of Twitter followers, and the just love the guy. Pitbull is all about business, the music business.

Pitbull Discography

Since 2004, Pitbull has been releasing great music. It all started with M.I.A.M.I. (Money is a major issue) which hit the Billboard top 20. Two great tracks from that song are Culo and Toma. It's sixteen tracks of rap. Below is the list of Bitbull's albums, including the 2016 release.

  • M.I.A.M.I - 2004
  • El Mariel - 2006
  • The Boatlift - 2007
  • Rebelution - 2009
  • Armando - 2010
  • Planet Pit - 2011
  • Global Warming - 2012
  • Globalization - 2014
  • Dale - 2015
  • Climate Change - 2016
His first tour lasted two years, and has since hit the road five more times.