The onsales for football game games and theater shows continues at a steady pace this week. First up are the home games for the Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, and Jacksonville Jaguars. The Bills and Jaguars have 19 games between them on sale this Friday. Meanwhile, the Bengals have eight on Saturday, and the Broncos have 10 on Monday.
Over on the theater side, two Cirque du Soleil shows, Dralion and Varekai, have shows onsale Friday. Dralion has 13 for Bloomington, IL; and Varekai has seven for Hershey, PA. The unrelated Cirque Dreams: Holidaze has eight shows on sale Friday. Finally, the Ringling Bros. Circus has 55 shows in seven cities on sale Friday and Monday.
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The Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival is back! Last year, the Funny or Die event debuted, headlined by comedian Dave Chappelle. Although there were a few snafus with the 2013 tour (most notably, when Dave Chappelle walked offstage), the 2014 tour promises it'll be even better than the last.
This year's line-up includes: Louis C.K., Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Silverman, Aziz Ansari, Amy Schumer, Marc Maron, Chris Hardwick, Bill Burr, Brent Morin, Dave Attell, Demetri Martin, DJ Trauma, Hannibal Buress, Jeff Ross, Jermaine Fowler, Jerrod Carmichael, Jim Jefferies, Julian McCullough, Michael Che, Moshe Kasher, Nate Bargatze, Reggie Watts, Ron Funches, Rory Scovel, and Whitney Cummings.
Check out where the show is heading below, or visit the Oddball Comedy page for more information on tickets.
By now, you've probably heard of Sam Smith. He's been on everyone's mind lately, especially with the release of his cover of Whitney Houston's song "How Will I Know" — released late last week — which already has more than 2 million views.
The 22-year-old British singer is currently touring in intimate venues across the U.S., like the House of Blues and the Hammerstein Ballroom.
Check out Sam Smith's cover above, and let us know what you think!
With more than two years and 1,000 shows under its belt, Newsies will say goodbye to Broadway. The Disney musical is scheduled to close on Aug. 24 at the Nederlander Theatre. But it's not time to say so long for good — a national tour commences October 2014. The North American tour will visit cities across the U.S. and Canada beginning Oct. 11, 2014 and continuing through Aug. 16, 2015, with more dates likely to be announced.
Newsies on Broadway became a somewhat-unexpected hit for Disney. The company originally thought they would develop the musical for regional, stock, and amateur markets but were surprised when the musical fared well as a Broadway production. It was an especially welcome success, given that the original film version from 1992 didn't do well. In comparison, the Broadway version has racked up more than $100 million, while the movie version earned a mere $3 million.
See below for the production's upcomnig tour dates and visit the Newsies for more information on tickets.