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Super Bowl Locations: 2021, 2022, 2023 and Beyond

By Michael Collazo | January 6, 2021

Start saving. Let’s help you start planning early. For many football fans, going to a Super Bowl is a dream come true. If your team advances to the big game, it is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to possibly see that Lombardi Trophy hoisted up by one […]

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A Live Event Lover’s Guide to 2021: Socially Distanced Edition

By Michael Collazo | December 30, 2020

Yes, this COVID-19 stuff sucks – more so for live events than arguably any other form of entertainment. If you provide entertainment in a smaller or medium-sized indoor space like a bar, nightclub, theater or arena, the coronavirus ravaged most of 2020. Bars and nightclubs […]

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Kevin Hart Is Doing Socially-Distanced Stand-Up Shows All Weekend in New Jersey

By Michael Collazo | September 1, 2020
Kevin Hart Comedy Concert

Philly native Kevin Hart is doing stand-up shows all Labor Day Weekend in New Jersey. A socially-distanced run at Monmouth Park Racetrack in Oceanport, N.J this weekend – from September 6-8. All tickets have been selling in two, four and six-seat capacity tables. There are […]

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How Much Would You Pay To See A Virtual Concert?

By Michael Collazo | August 24, 2020

It is August and it seems to be a hot week for virtual concerts. With a pandemic going on, fans can’t go to a music festival or a stadium concert, but fans can definitely pull up a DJ spinning on IG or watch a live […]

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Sixers and Nets Re-start This Weekend; Knicks Stay Home

By Michael Collazo | July 29, 2020

After a COVID-19-induced break of over four months, the Sixers and Nets play games that count starting Friday, July 31. Here is a quick breakdown of what to expect: What does the schedule look like?The Sixers and Nets will play eight games to decide playoff […]

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MLB Opening Weekend #StayAtHome Preview: New York and Philly Edition

By Michael Collazo | July 23, 2020

It isn’t the same as a full stadium on a spring day, but it does feel good to have baseball back. This COVID19-ravaged season may not even complete, if the pandemic takes a hold of some of the ballplayers or coaches. But for now, there […]

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