Wednesday, March 15, 2017

NCAA Tournament Tickets | BMO Harris Bradley Center | Ticket King Inc.

NCAA Tickets Milwaukee
It's NCAA basketball tournament time in Milwaukee. The BMO Harris Bradley Center will host rounds one and two this week, starting with Butler vs Winthrop and Minnesota vs Middle Tennessee. That round is this Thursday afternoon, starting at 12:30pm. NCAA tickets for the event are available now. The second round will feature Purdue vs Vermont, along with Iowa State vs Nevada. Tip off for that group of games is set for 6:30pm on the same day.  Session three is scheduled for March 18, and will feature the winning teams of the early rounds.

All seats are guaranteed, and Ticket King Milwaukee is just minutes from the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Arrange for pick up in our office, or we would be happy to leave tickets for pick up at a location just 2 minutes from the venue. Need tickets? We have you covered.

Thursday, March 2, 2017

Bradley Center Events for March | Ticket King Inc.

BMO Harris Bradley Center tickets
(Use the code "GOBMO" and save 10% on tickets.) While construction continues on the new home of the Milwaukee Bucks, great events are still on tap at the BMO Harris Bradley Center in 2017. The venue is the permanent home to the Marquette Golden Eagles,  Milwaukee Bucks, and the Milwaukee Admirals. All three teams will make the new venue their home in 2018. What other events are coming up at the BMO? Here is a quick rundown of what's coming up this spring. All ticket orders are guaranteed.

WWE Fastlane 2017


On March 5th, Kevin Owens will face Goldberg for the WWE Universal Championship belt. This event is only available through pay per view, or the WWE Network. Will Goldberg take down Owens, and steal the belt? See it live in Milwaukee, as WWE tickets are available now.

NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament - Rounds 1 & 2


It's that time again, March college basketball. Who will come away victorious from these early rounds, and go on to play deep into the bracket? Find out which college teams will come to Milwaukee and play. All tickets are available now, for the sessions on Thursday and Saturday, March 16 & 18.

Lumineers with Kaleo and Susto


The Lumineers are in the middle of a national tour that has them stopping in Milwaukee on March 25. Lumineers tickets are still available through our secure site. There will be assigned seating on the main floor, with a "pit" just in front of the stage. All orders for The Lumineers are guaranteed.



Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Music In Wisconsin This Summer | Ticket King Inc.

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Ticket King has happy to announce some great "Classic Rock" shows coming to Milwaukee and Green Bay this summer. First up, it's Billy Joel, at Lambeau Field on June 17th. This one can't be missed. Billy will play right on the field. How often do fans of the Packers and great music get the chance to sit at Lambeau and rock out?

Just announced, it's Roger Waters at the BMO Harris Bradley Center on July 29th. Tickets go on sale this Monday for one of the great rock and roll heroes from Pink Floyd. It's been a few years since Waters came to Milwaukee, and this one is sure to be huge.

Summerfest 2017 will be the big "50th." Coming to the American Family Insurance Amphitheater so far: Pink, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Zac Brown Band, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and Luke Bryan.

Patti Smith comes to the Milwaukee Theater on March 9th. It's been 38 years since Smith performed in town, and the setting for this show could not be better. For tickets to any event listed here, just check the links. Ticket King has you covered!

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

2017 Quarterback Draft Class Worst in Years? | Ticket King Inc.



NFL quarterbacks
It is no secret, 2017 is the worst quarterback draft class in recent memory. It is why the best option for teams looking to draft a quarterback this year might be to trade for Tom Brady's backup, Jimmy Garrapolo. It is why Texas Tech quarterback Pat Mahomes, not even a thought to be drafted a year ago today, has risen into second round consideration. Here are my thoughts on the various quarterbacks available.

Mitch Trubisky: There is one franchise quarterback in this draft, and that is North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky. He is mobile, has a strong arm, and can make all the throws with zip and accuracy. He should, and will be the first quarterback off the board.

Deshaun Watson: The most famous quarterback in this draft is Clemson's Deshaun Watson. Of course, his college coach Dabo Sweeney thinks he is the best thing since sliced bread. However, I think he is more of a career backup/borderline starter than anything. He is decent; he has a nice mixture of decent running and throwing skills. But there is nothing in him that pops off the charts to me. He is not an attention grabber, so to speak.  

Deshone Kizer: Notre Dame's Deshone Kizer is perhaps the most overrated quarterback we have seen in quite some time. He is just a bigger version of Michael Vick although not as fast. The NFL has figured out how to deal with running quarterbacks. In fact, Michael Vic ranks at #8 for running quarterbacks, going all the way back to the 1960’s. Kizer has bust written all over him.

Pat Mahomes: Listen, it's not that the scouts don't like this guy. He's a decent hard-working quarterback. But this is what happens when you have a weak quarterback class, and enough NFL teams desperate to fill the position. He just not NFL starting material.

Brad Kaaya: This is the unknown player, the “enigma” of the class. Kaaya is a slowly rising but unknown talent. I think he could be good with the right coaching and situation. However, that is a long shot because all of the teams that would provide that for him have their guy.

Nathan Peterman: The Pittsburgh quarterback currently sits in round five. He's never going to start, but he could be someone's backup solution.

Chad Kelly: Only in this weak class could a guy who was kicked out of one program, refused to work at the next program, suffered a season ending injury early last season, and was not invited to the NFL combine would be considered a 6th round draft choice. This guy is a talented, but arrogant, injury prone young man, and I wouldn't go anywhere near him.