Posts Tagged ‘Boston’

300_billyjoel_2015The Piano Man will be returning to Fenway Park in Boston on July 16th, 2015! Billy Joel made the exciting announcement on Thursday that he would be returning to the historic ballpark making him the first artist to perform two years in a row.

Last year fans snatched up tickets for the amazing show within seconds, and there is no doubt this year will be the same way. Fans can secure Billy Joel Tickets here for the show in July 16th:

And Red Sox front office couldn’t agree more:

“How awesome is it that as we dig out of a New England blizzard, we can turn our thoughts to ‘The Piano Man’ playing again on a summer night at Fenway Park?” Red Sox executive vice president Sam Kennedy said.

Billy Joel fans will now have a second chance to hear “Boston State of Mind”, “Take Me Out To The Ballgame”, “Only The Good Die Young” and so many more! Get tickets today before its too late!


1400228168b6b742_lSo far, not many concerts have been announced for summer 2015 in Boston.  However, a few big shows were recently announced.

Taylor Swift will be performing at Gillette Stadium for 2 shows on July 24th and July 25th.  These shows are located at Gillette Stadium which is south of Boston in Foxborough, MA.

It was recently announced that James Taylor will host a concert at Fenway Park in Boston on August 6th.  He will be joined by his All Star Band and Bonnie Raitt will be the opening act.

One Directioners know that the English pop/rock boy band, One Direction, will be headlining at Gillette Stadium on September 12th in Foxborough.

Also coming to Gillette Stadium is Kenny Chesney, a country music mega-star!  He will be hitting the stage August 28th and 29th.

Other shows coming to Boston… Bette Midler (6/12), Barry Manilow (6/16), Nickelback (8/18), 5 Seconds of Summer (8/28) and the Who (10/29).  More concerts will be added within the next few months.

Red Sox Game 6 Fenway parkThe Boston Red Sox are one win away from clinching the World Series title, and there is no better place to make that happen than back on home ground at Fenway Park in Boston! The Red Sox pulled off a win last night at Game 5 of the series in St Louis, beating the Cardinals 3-1.

Last night’s win moved the Sox ahead in the series 3-2, a much needed boost and a pivotal win for the Sox. Wednesday, October 30th the Red Sox take the field in front of their home crowd in hopes of bringing home the title, which would be the first time since 1918 the Sox have won the World Series at Fenway Park!

John Lackey will be taking the mound on Wednesday night for the Sox, while rookie Michael Wacha will be pitching for the St. Louis Cardinals.

Be there to watch history be made! Red Sox vs Cardinals World Series Tickets for Game 6 are available now; there is a huge variety of seats to choose from for this game. From affordable bleacher and grandstand seats to premium field box and pavilion club seating, check out the selection at the Boston Red Sox World Series Game 6 Tickets page.  Fenway Park in Boston will be bearded out, join Red Sox Nation for this exciting game!

Beyonce World TourBeyonce has just announced the second leg of the North American Mrs. Carter Show World Tour kicking off on November 20th in Vancouver!

New tour dates will take Beyonce back to some of the popular cities and venues that sold out quickly on the first leg of the tour. Fans can check out the Beyonce Tickets page for presale tickets to purchase seats early for these new dates!

Kick off your winter and holiday season with tickets to the Mrs. Carter Show!

Nov. 20: Vancouver, British Columbia, Rogers Arena
Dec. 2: San Jose, California, HP Pavillion at San Jose
Dec. 3: Los Angeles, California, Staples Center
Dec. 6: Las Vegas, Nevada, MGM Grand Garden Arena
Dec. 7: Phoenix, Arizona, US Airways Center
Dec. 9: Dallas, Texas, American Airways Center
|Dec. 10: Houston, Texas, Toyota Center
Dec. 12: Louisville, Kentucky, KFC Yum! Center
Dec. 13: Chicago, Illinois, United Center
Dec. 14: St. Louis, Missouri, Scottrade Center
Dec. 16: Toronto, Ontario, Air Canada Centre
Dec. 18: Washington, DC, Verizon Center
Dec. 19: Brooklyn, New York, Barclays Center
|Dec. 20: Boston, Massachusetts, TD Garden

Jason Aldean Fenway Park Concert TicketsOne of the most anticipated concerts in Boston for 2013 is already on sale.  Jason Aldean will be performing live at Fenway Park on July 13th, 2013 in Boston, Massachusetts.  Tickets are already on sale through Fenway Ticket King and other ticket outlets but will be on sale to the general public October 26th, 2012.

Jason Aldean will be accompanied by Miranda Lambert, Jake Owen & Thomas Rhett for the Fenway Park concert.  This will be the first country concert at Fenway Park which has been known to host large-scale rock concerts, hockey games, pop concerts and obviously, baseball games.

Fans are already in a frenzy about Jason Aldean Fenway Park tickets, this is a show country fans will not want to miss out on!

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ImageRoger Waters is planning on bringing his “The Wall Live” tour to Fenway Park in Boston this summer. The concert is scheduled for July 1st, 2012 as of now and has not “officially” been confirmed, but will be soon according to many news outlets.

If you’re a Pink Floyd or Roger Waters fan, you will not want to miss this one… even if you’re not a fan, Roger Waters is an amazing musician responsible for some of the most successful songs, albums and music around the world!  You should go, trust me, you won’t be disappointed.

Fenway usually has a few concerts every summer and chances are, if the concert sells out within minutes (they usually do at Fenway…), another concert will be added.  It depends on demand and the Red Sox schedule.  The Red Sox will be away that weekend so it looks like it is a possibility.  However, I don’t want to get too far ahead of myself, the first one still hasn’t been confirmed (officially).

If you’re looking for tickets, you can get them here: Roger Waters Fenway Park Tickets

New England Patriots

New England Patriots

5. They’re still mentally tough.

Will the Patriots experience a Super Bowl hangover? No way, not here. Not with Belichick’s philosophy of “today, not yesterday or tomorrow,” and especially not with Tom Brady’s competitiveness and demeanor.

At training camp, the competitive juices are already flowing; there is yelling and clashing. The motto going around camp is “finish” and that alone signifies that the team is already in focus.

The hunger is there, just as always, and should that fail there’s always BSPN to light another fire under their feet.

One other good thing is that incoming players have already picked up Patriotspeak, which is to say they’ve picked up on the mindsets and attitude of what it means to be a Patriot. One only needs to listen to Fernando Bryant and his excellent imitation of a broken answering machine:

“I just want to go out there and make plays whether it’s at safety or linebacker, whatever you want to call it, I’m fine with it.”

As any coach will tell you, half the work of their job is selling the player on the system and the philosophy. This is not the case in New England, despite the Super Bowl meltdown and the overblown spygate issue.

Bryant’s auto-recital is a great sign: The Patriots’ system and philosophy have survived everything.

4. The offense is the same, and possibly even better.

Can someone explain to me just how Donte Stallworth’s departure is going to stall the offensive machine?

Not only did he start the year as the No. 3 option, but in the second half of ’07, his productivity on the charts sank so fast, it made the Titanic’s nose dive look lame.

In his spot, the Patriots have two good receivers competing: Chad Jackson, who is poised for a breakout year, and Jabar Gaffney, who has caught some big-pressure passes (’07 vs. Ravens and ’08 vs. Chargers, amongst others).

But this is beside the point, because we should expect the focus of the offense not to rely on WR sets so much this year, but rather develop more balance. This should bring more rushing and more TE sets.

This definitely will not be the same offense as last year, and that should set a few teams back on their heels.

3. The defense is younger.

Most pundits out there seem to harp on Asante Samuel’s departure, along with his 16 interceptions. One writer has even gone as far as to call it a “cavernous void.”

Samuel’s legendary reads and gambles will be missed, but he covers just one part of the field.

The biggest change to the defense has been youth and speed. I would be surprised if Mayo doesn’t prove to be an immediate impact on the field with his triple threat (power, speed, and smarts).

What people don’t seem to realize is that Mayo got picked at No. 10 because he was largely under the radar as a semi-declared junior. His college numbers are similar to most draftees at that position, and don’t forget that he was in the highly-competitive SEC.

His insertion into ILB moves Thomas outside to where he is at his best as a pass rusher. When you add recently-hired Dom Caper’s excellent skills at creating innovative pass-rushing schematics to the mix, you get a really different approach, and definitely different looks.

Wheatley has been a nice surprise, as he has been holding his own against first string in the absence of Webster, who has been held out of recent practices. He’s looked especially strong against Moss, where he appears unintimidated and extremely competitive.

Don’t forget Merriweather, who is poised to have a breakout year. He has demonstrated that he is serious by taking steps to address his butterfinger problems.

Another great acquisition is Tank Williams, who is yet another hybrid (ILB/CB) who could rush or drop back, causing confusion for opposing offenses.

My guarantee here is to expect an exciting, dynamic, and attacking defense with potent sub packages.

2. Every game is a Super Bowl, but they know how to deal with it.

Last year, as an undefeated season became more and more probable, other teams were gearing up to play the Patriots as if it were their Super Bowl. This was especially true for the teams that were not going to end up in the playoffs.

Of course, the Patriots anticipated it, but it is one thing to anticipate it and another to experience it. This time around, however, they have that experience under their belt and have already started adjusting and anticipating it.

Their PUP list is larger than usual, with people going on and off of it. Harrison has come off it, and expect Vrabel and Welker to come off it just in the nick of time.

Players are also sitting out practices (except for walkthroughs). This makes for a well-rested squad for the regular season, ready to take on those “Super Bowls” with experience and confidence.

1. They’ve already evolved; other teams are going to have to adjust again to keep up.

For a lot of people, last year’s Super Bowl spelled the death of the Patriots dynasty, including Mr. Gap-Tooth himself (he claims that “The Win” hasn’t gone to his head, so we must conclude it got there through his tooth-gap).

Why? It was the perfect blueprint for how the potent offense can be derailed with a smart defensive game plan. What many people mistook for an aggressive rushing Giants defense was actually disguised to cover what eventually and frequently ended up as one-on-one matchups overpowering on the edges to create collapses up the middle.

However, you can trust that the Patriots know that opponents will study that strategy to death, and consequently they will depart from last season’s offense.

I would be surprised to see the three wide set used more than a handful of times in the entire year.

People are wondering who is going to get cut as far as the deep RB corps goes, but don’t be surprised to see them stick with five RBs and multiple backfield looks (with a smaller TE group).

One thing people overlook about LaMont Jordan is his ball-catching ability, so don’t be surprised to see him used in a Faulk-like capacity, or as a TE hybrid. Imagine them both being used on the field!

Also, expect to see Moss work out of the slot more. I don’t anticipate another undefeated season, but as they say “never say never.”

I expect at least a 15-1 or a 14-2 season. Regardless of what happens, the NFL is a quarterback’s league, and as long as the Patriots have Brady, anything can happen.

One way or another, I am happy to predict another season of suffering for the Hatriots.