Those that live around Boston should buy some tickets and take part in these special events, and those living further away should think about a trip to visit Boston.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 13, 2013
Of the 25 best selling US events in the tickets resale market last week, only Boston hosted 3 or more. With more big events going on sale this week, Boston remains the Hub of activity for great concerts theater and pro sports. Even when sold out at the box office, Financial Firebird's Cheap Ticket website offers a wide inventory of Boston Event Tickets to choose from at prices lower than other resellers.
Leading off, perennial favorites Boston Red Sox tickets ranked 2nd for sales last week. Although their multi year streak of sellouts may no longer continue, the Boston Red Sox still draw large crowds as they begin the season to attempt another run at the World Series. Expect a sell out every time the Red Sox play the Yankees, and who knows how any game will turn out, but last week in our ticket survey, the Red Sox beat the Yankees who ranked only 4th. In the next few weeks more Boston sports teams come to center stage with Bruins playoff tickets and Celtics playoff tickets going on sale.
When the Red Sox go on the road other super events use the Fenway Park venue, last week the Paul McCartney Boston concert came in as the 16th highest seller for US tickets that we looked at. For those curious as to some of the other top events in our survey, anoint Sir Paul to lead the kingdom with his concert tour taking the numbers 1, 3, 6, 10 and 25 slots for his shows in Seattle, Austin, Orlando, Washington DC and Tulsa respectively. For the further curious, after the 3 Boston events in the top 25 score 2 each for New York City, DC and San Francisco with all other cities in the top 25 only hosting a single top event.
Interestingly enough, the 24th best selling event last week hails from yet a another genre, representing theater, The Book Of Mormon performances at the Boston Opera House not only made our top 25, Boston out sold Chicago Book Of Mormon tickets. With the last Book Of Mormon Boston show happening on April 28 anyone who missed it so far should buy tickets and attend before it leaves town.
Expect things to stay just as hot for Boston next week when Boston Rolling Stones tickets go on sale to the public on Monday. We predict all tickets under $450 will sell out in three hours or less based on activity monitored in Chicago and Toronto. Note the Rolling Stones just added a second performance on June 14 in addition to the previous Boston June 12 Rolling Stones concert. Technically not in Boston proper, the Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson Mansfield concert as a part of the Honda Civic Tour deserves a mention as well. Earlier in the week Maroon 5 ranked even higher for many of their tour stops.
No matter if we speak about Boston pro sports, concerts or theater, residents always choose from great options. Those that live around Boston should buy some tickets and take part in these special events, and those living further away should think about a trip to visit Boston.
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