Beginning this weekend, the city of Chicago will be given a real treat in the form of a special Broadway Theatre production. This is because the highly anticipated stage production of I Love Lucy, the new hit Broadway play will be making a stop in Chicago at the Broadway Playhouse. This high-scale production is finishing up its nation-wide tour before heading to its new permanent home on Broadway in New York fans of the I Love Lucy television show will be delighted to see this new and innovative approach to Lucy’s story told live. The production will only be in Chicago for a few weeks and productions are limited so those who want to see this Broadway show while its in Chicago and before it settles in New York will want to act fast in order to get tickets.
While a great deal of excitement will be brewing over the Halloween weekend in the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower, down the street at Soldier Field, Chicago residents can expect just as much excitement. This is because the Chicago Cubs will be playing a highly anticipated home game against the Carolina Panthers. This evening is also ladies night at Soldier Field meaning special deals for all the female fans attending. In addition to specials on the day of the game the Chicago Bears, in honor of Breast Care Awareness Month, will also be offering a special 101 workshop for women on the 29th at home in Chicago. Tickets are very limited to this event and this opportunity to get up close and personal with all of the players of the famed Chicago NFL team.
The big event for many however, will be on Sunday at the noon home game. With the Panthers recently struggling to pull together their offense and the Bears’ defense being on top of its game; fans are more than anxious to see this matchup on Sunday. The Bears will be looking to continue their latest streak of success and to secure a top spot in their division and in the league. Those in the Windy City can bet that these tickets will be hard to come by, so you should act now if you want this chance to see the Bears live at home.
Chicago sports fans of all types and styles have a great deal to cheer about this week, as several big sporting events have the city buzzing. For Chicago Bears fans still hyped up over the weekend win against the St. Louis Rams, there is even more to cheer about as news broke today that the NFL and the league’s referees have reached an agreement. Although the word is not official, the deal is expected to have the locked-out officials returning just in time for the Bears’ game against the Cowboys. The Bears will be taking on the Dallas team in front of a huge audience at home during Monday Night Football.
While the Bears have been dealing with the replacement refs, the Chicago White Sox have been dealing with end of season pressure as they attempt to overcome a difficult end of season schedule during their current playoff race. Fortunately for Chicago sports fans, they will get to see the Sox vie for a spot in the playoffs at home as they take on the Tampa Bay Rays at home after finishing their difficult series against the Indians that showed the Sox just how tough this playoff race is going to be.
While dedicated Chicago sports fans are following their favorite home teams during pivotal points in both the baseball and football season, golf fans from all across the country have their eyes on Chicago as well. Fans from all over the world have already started gathering in the Windy City in anticipation for the upcoming 39th Ryder Cup matches at the Medinah Country Club. Many are considering this event to be the biggest ever in golf history and one of the biggest sporting events ever in the Chicago area. Do you have your Golf Tickets?
While the pros won’t take the course until the weekend, Chicago residents can expect to see a number of celebrities breaking in the course at the tournament’s ‘Celebrity Scramble,’ which was held Tuesday to kick off the event. Tournament participants included Michael Phelps, George Lopez, Justin Timberlake and Billy Murray among other golfers and garnered a huge gathering of fans. The impressive celebrity play was just a preview of the excitement that the 39th annual Ryder Cup plans to bring over the weekend. Have you managed to get tickets to the tournament yet?
It has been a long week of preparations for the Chicago Bears as they plan to take on
the St. Louis Rams this weekend in a home game at Soldier Field. There has been a
great deal of attention surrounding the Bears’ view on Jay Cutler and his performance
last week against the Green Bay Packers. However, as the Bears prepare to redeem
themselves after last weeks loss on their home field, more attention than normal has
been placed on the Chicago White Sox.
The Chicago White Sox may not have been at home this week, but they still managed
to hold the interest of Chicago sports fans from all over the country as they continued
on their bid to win the American League Central. A series of road wins this week that
the Sox are looking to translate into a weekend of road wins, hasn’t been the only
thing getting the attention of White Sox fans. During the Sox’s end of season away
stretch while all eyes are currently focused on current general manager Ken Williams.
According to reports issued from USA Today, Richards will be making a move to the
team’s president and assistant general manger Rick Hahn will be taking of Williams’
current managerial duties.
This proposed switch has been garnering a great deal of attention for the entire White
Sox franchise and while Chicago fans anxiously await to see the official inauguration of
Williams as president, the White Sox are staying focused on winning a championship
and finding success through their current long road stretch. While the Sox have been
finding luck on the road the Cubs have been holding down the fort back at Wrigley Field.
However, their recent home game efforts haven’t been without issues.
While the Cubs have had a ten day stay at home they have struggled against the
Cincinnati Reds and actually delivered the Reds the win they needed to secure the first
playoff spot of the year. However the Cubs have little time to dwell on their past issues
of the week as the defending World Series champions, the Saint Louis Cardinals are
making their way to Wrigley Field. This series promises to be one of the biggest of the
season as the Cubs desperately try to get their act back together and to overcome their
recent issues with taking on the Reds. The series against the Cardinals starts on Friday
and lasts through the weekend, do you have your Cubs tickets to this home series yet?
Fans of Chicago baseball had a big weekend as both the White Sox and the Cubs started placing themselves in important positions for their respective end of season pushes. The White Sox were on the road against Cleveland in a three game series against the twins. This series proved to be a huge turnaround for the White Sox who were coming off a two game loss against the Detroit Tigers. This game was lead by the superior performances of pitcher Chris Sale who struck out five of the six innings he pitched. After sweeping the entire series on the road, the team moved up three spots to the ninth position.
However, the Sox had very little time to celebrate this big victory as they needed to head back home to play a very important make up game against the Detroit Tigers. Monday afternoon the White Sox were back home at Wrigley Field in the afternoon to take on the Detroit Tigers and make up for their two losses earlier in the week. During this important game, the White Sox delivered Chicago fans an exciting performance with two important runs in the fifth inning that would seal the victory for the Sox. This excitement of the Chicago fans could be heard around all of Wrigley Field; and echoed the same sounds of cheers that were heard all weekend from Wrigley when the Cubs hosted their home series against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
After the weekend got off to a slow start for the Cubs and they faced a one run defeat against the Pirates with a close 7-6 loss that had fans biting their nails all game long. However, the Cubs were ready to make a comeback to close the weekend out. On Sunday the Cubs’ match up against the Pirates was all about the performances of Anthony Rizzon and Alfonso Soriano. Rizzon had two home runs during the game while Alfonso hit an RBI single during the game that would be his 100th RBI of the season. The Cubs went on to win this game 13-9 in a victory that had Chicago fans on their feet. When the series comes to an end on Monday, the Cubs will need to make a quick transition to get ready to take on the Reds on Tuesday in what promises to be an exciting home match up. The three game Reds series begins Tuesday September 18th in the evening, do you have your Cubs tickets yet?
The Cubs have been reeling so bad that they haven’t lead a game in the last 50 innings. It’s safe to say that the Cubs have hit rock bottom. Most of the games have been close or they had a legitimate shot to win them, but this last weekend at Wrigley was the exception. Their rivals from the south the White Sox beat them up pretty good. It was is always a very competitive crosstown classic the Sox came in and took it to them. Wrigley Field tickets this past weekend were very disappointing.
You could see blocks of open seats all throughout the ballpark all weekend & Friday was especially gaudy with the Cubs drawing a very embarrassing 35,000. Usually Cubs tickets for the crosstown classic are in very high demand. In fact all three games failed to sell out, a Wrigley first. With the Cubs ticketing gurus introducing their dynamic pricing meaning they set the prices at a price they deem responsible they seemed to have priced themselves out of reality.
When the new regime took over this winter they preached patience and that things would get worse before they got better. Well they were right. The Cubs came out of the gate having lost eleven of their first fourteen games. But the needle has moved in the right direction as of late. As Cubs Tickets have been selling quite nicely the last home stand & the team has responded with a couple of nice series. They hosted the Dodgers who boast the leagues best record & the first place Atlanta Braves and won 4 of the 6 meetings.
Cubs Tickets are sure to be at a fever pitch as a home series with their south-side rivals loom before a nice 3 week stretch of games against non .500 teams. Wrigley Field is always rocking come summertime, we just need the Cubs to do their part and keep it interesting.