Friday, July 24, 2009

Packers tickets in hand. Favre, Not So Much


The saga continues for football fans. We have been waiting patiently for weeks to hear the newest updates on former Green Bay Packers quarterback Brett Farve and his playing status. It was projected that he would make a statement by today (Friday) but has not done so yet.


Favre has until the 30th of July to make his final decision as that is when training camp starts for the Vikings. It appears that now Vikings team members are texting Favre and requesting he come to play with them this season. It has been said that he is now feeling obligated, but only time will tell the final outcome of this strange scenario.

Regardless of Favre playing for the Vikings or not, Packers tickets have come out, and are available. We are just starting to get our selection in for all games, home and away. We have tickets for every area on the field to accommodate all price ranges. Ticket King is THE place to get your tickets for anything Packers related!

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Green Bay Tickets in the Mail?


Rumor has it that the Green Bay tickets will be in the mail very soon. Season ticket holders will want to know if Brett Favre is playing for the Vikings. That news will come in the next ten days. Brett Favre promised to give the public his answer before the month is out.

Green Bay tickets will still be available with or without Favre at the quarterback position. I can just imagine all the fans who had a great time at their Haloween parties the night before, just waking up in time to turn on the television. Will they see the scary Brett Favre in purple?

I watched some of the Jets games last season. I rooted for Favre, as long as he wasn't lining up against the Packers. This time, it may be harder to watch. Those fans who want to see a great game either way should check our site for Green Bay tickets right now. They are already available.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Five Upcoming Events in Wisconsin


It’s been a busy summer at the Ticket King with lots of great events and concerts but the fun is not over yet. Here are a few events that I am looking forward to checking out before the summer is over.
1. Dave Matthews Band at Alpine Valley
Dave Matthews Band will be playing at Alpine the weekend of July 18th and 19th with opening act Umphreys McGee. The show should be a huge event; Saturday night is sold out and Sunday Alpine Valley tickets are getting pretty scarce as well. The band will be promoting their new album, Big Whiskey and the Groo Grux King, a tribute to the late LeRoi Moore. I am looking forward to the parking lot parties that Alpine is famous for and to hear the bands great new album live.

2. Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds
The game on Thursday the 27th of July is a game I am looking forward to because day games are a great time to tailgate and enjoy the summer weather. It will be one of the last chances to see the Brew Crew before school starts again and the season winds down. The game against the Reds should be an exciting one as the teams are national league central rivals. Hopefully the weather is good and the crew plays well!

3. Foreigner
British-American rock band Foreigner is playing at the Wisconsin State Fair on the 8th of August. This would be a fun show to go to for a few reasons. First I will enjoy some cream puffs, 10 cent milk and possibly some corn on the cob. After stuffing myself beyond all reason, I will head to the show once I buy some Wisconsin State Fair park tickets. Foreigner has been a secret of obsession of mine and I have loved them since childhood. “I Wanna Know What Love Is” has been my ring tone since I’ve had a cell phone. The show will be a great chance to both get out to the fair and see one of my favorite bands.

4. Phantom of the Opera
Another event that is a little different than all the others that I am going to attend this summer is Phantom of the Opera. It is a greatly popular musical and it is making a stop in Milwaukee during its U.S. Tour. It would be a nice opportunity to see a Broadway musical, right in my own backyard! It would also be a nice way to broaden my horizons and attend a more refined and complex performance.

5 Jimmy Buffet
My fellow parrotheads will be following me out to Jimmy Buffet at Alpine Valley again this year. The show has been a staple in my summer concert lineup for years and I cannot wait. Buffet notoriously brings out a very rowdy crowd of fans who all thoroughly enjoy the parking lot parties and do not hesitate to bring it into the venue. He will be playing on the 29th of August which will be an excellent wrap up of a fun summer.

Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Jonas Brothers on Sale

If you waited it out to get the best Bradley Center ticket prices for the Jonas Brothers show tomorrow night, you are in luck. Upper level tickets start at $10. This is a bargain to be sure. There are a limited number of tickets at that price, so hurry on over to our office or visit online.