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Luke Bryan

Country superstar Luke Bryan has tickets on sale today for his upcoming Farm Tour, which will take place this October at farms primarily in the Southeastern U.S.
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Oddball Comedy Festival

The third edition of the comedy festival features Aziz Ansari and Amy Schumer as headliners. Most onsales are today.
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NFL

Several teams have onsales in the coming week, including the Vikings, Seahawks, Bears, Patriots, and Ravens.
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The July 4 holiday might mean that a lot of us are off work having barbecues, swimming in pools, and enjoying some company, but as the old saying goes, "The show must go on." There are a bunch of artists with tours starting this weekend and during the coming week. Here are just some of the highlights:

Grateful Dead

The legendary jam band is playing the final three concerts on their Fare Thee Well Tour today, tomorrow, and Sunday at Chicago's Soldier Field Stadium.
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Foo Fighters

Despite breaking his leg in Sweden, Dave Grohl and band are still scheduled to begin the U.S. leg of their tour tomorrow, beginning in Washington, D.C.
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Major Onsales This Week: NFL, Ringling Bros. Circus

NFL

Three NFL teams have onsales this weekend and in the coming few days. The Tennesee Titans have onsales today, the Cincinnati Bengals have games on sale tomorrow, and the New York Giants have onsales this coming Wednesday.
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Ringling Bros Circus

The Ringling Bros. circus has onsales throughout the coming week for shows in Sacramento, CA, and Wichita Falls, TX.
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Disney on Ice

The Disney on Ice show Dare to Dream has onsales for Milwaukee, WI today and Fresno, CA on Thursday.
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World Music Day: A Brief History of Live Music

A History of Live Music

Today, June 21, is World Music Day. What's that, you ask? It's an annual day for the celebration of music. Cities from around the world put on concerts, most of which are free to the public. The day was established in 1982 in by then-French Minister of Culture, Jack Lang, as Fête de la Musique. Now, more than 700 cities all across the world hold events every year. Another name for the celebration is Make Music Day, and some of the performances can be found at the Make Music website.

We here at TicketNetwork.com don't have a concert to contribute, but we still wanted to do something to help celebrate the day. So we're happy to present A Brief History of Live Music, a timeline of musical developments throughout history that led to today's live concert.

The idea behind the timeline is that, even though we know what a live musical performance looks like today, it wasn't always the case that an artist or a band played in a big venue like an arena or a stadium. Actually, a dedicated venue with for musical acts with very large audiences is a relatively recent phenomenon. Even the concept of playing music exclusively for the public has only been around for a historical blink of an eye.

So take a gander, and enjoy!

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Major Onsales This Week: Janet Jackson, NFL, and More

Janet Jackson

The pop star is back for her first tour since the 2011 "Number Ones Tour." The North American leg of the "Unbreakable World Tour" will see Jackson criss-cross the continent from August to November. Onsales are this coming Monday.
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Florence and the Machine

Three NFL teams have onsales this weekend: the Steelers and Chargers on Saturday, and the Giants on Tuesday.
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Ringling Bros Circus

The Ringling Bros. circus has onsales throughout the coming week for shows in Everett, WA, and San Diego, CA.
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