Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 16, 2011
VIP Tickets brings you ticket news for the month of March as we take a look at some of the biggest events that will headline this month and drive ticket sales.
Laker Tickets Sure to Rise Again
Coming off his MVP performance in the All-Star Game, which was forecasted to bring about $85 million to Los Angeles, Kobe Bryant has paced the Los Angeles Lakers to a strong push towards the playoffs. With their final 11 home games at the Staples Center against playoff teams such as the Orlando Magic, Dallas Mavericks, Oklahoma City Thunder and the San Antonio Spurs, there will more than likely be a considerable spike in Laker ticket sales and interest. Although it's easy to say that the Lakers don't need any help in that department, they certainly did not help drive sales before the All-Star break with inconsistent play and a few bad losses at home. However, with their resurgent play, the team looks back to championship form and ready for the playoffs next month.
Dodgers Tickets to Open MLB Season Against Rival Giants
The Los Angeles Dodgers head into this season with a lot of uncertainty surrounding the organization. It remains to be seen how the McCourts' divorce will impact Dodger tickets and the team's play, which ultimately go hand-in-hand. One thing we do know however, is that the pitching rotation has a chance to be special with stalwarts Clayton Kershaw and Chad Billingsley leading the way. Youngster John Ely showed tons of promise last season while Hong-Chih Kuo solidified his place as one of the best closers in the National League, earning his first All-Star berth. Regardless of the divorce, opening night tickets between the Dodgers and their most-hated rival, the San Francisco Giants, who just so happen to be the defending World Series champions, should sell out and pits two of the NL West's top pitchers in Tim Lincecum and Clayton Kershaw to open the MLB season. You really can't beat that sort of start.
Celine Dion Las Vegas Tickets to go for Top Spot Again
The last time Celine Dion sang her way through Las Vegas with her show A New Day, she anchored a show that sold out tickets for 315 out of 384 shows. A Celine Dion ticket was an incredibly hot buy during 2003-2007, a period during which the legendary singer's show pulled in a gross total of over $400 million, and there is little reason to doubt that her second tour of Vegas beginning on March 15th will be any different. Celine's new stint in Vegas should generate just as much revenue in the next three years because she's got insanely dedicated fans who live and breathe a chunk of their lives by her music. Caesars Palace should strongly benefit from the return of tickets for Celine in Las Vegas.
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