This week there is a great lineup of onsales, including Bob Seger, Alicia Keys, some NHL® games (finally!), and a touring production of Million Dollar Quartet.
Average prices at TN.com for concert onsales*
- Heartland rocker Bob Seger will embark on the first leg of his Rock and Roll Never Forgets tour this spring. Initial onsales are this Saturday.
- Alicia Keys has announced dates for her Set the World on Fire tour. Initial onsales are this Friday and Saturday.
- There are a few more dates for Leonard Cohen onsale this Friday, including one concert at Radio City Music Hall.
- Daughtry and 3 Doors Down have another date on sale this Saturday for Evansville, IN.
- Muse has added several dates to their upcoming tour. The onsales for those are on Friday and Saturday.
- Elton John has added a few new tour dates, which are on sale Friday and Saturday. There are also onsales this Friday for the first half of his Vegas run for 2013.
- On Monday, Kenny Chesney announced many new dates for his No Shoes Nation Tour. The first onsales for these are this Friday and Saturday.
Average prices at TN.com for sports onsales*
- The NFC Championship game between the Atlanta Falcons and the San Francisco 49ers is on Sunday. Tickets for the game goes on sale today. The AFC Championship between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens is on Sunday. There are tickets on sale Wednesday.
- At long last, the NHL is back! Games are starting to go on sale tomorrow, including home games for the New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Minnesota Wild, Buffalo Sabres, and Pittsburgh Penguins.
Average prices at TN.com for theater onsales*
- There are a handful of onsales this Friday and Saturday for the San Antonio run of the touring production of Million Dollar Quartet.
*Average prices are as of 01/14/2013 11:00 AM EST. Prices are not set by TicketNetwork.com and may fluctuate based on market demand. Average prices for concerts and theater shows are for the entire tour/residency. Average prices for sports teams are for all home games. Exceptions are for conference championships, which are for the specific game only.