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Are you missing out on fireworks this 4th of July due to the ban in your community? Then we have a answer for you!. Grab the entire family this 4th of July and come downtown for baseball and fireworks. This Wednesday The Indianapolis Indians play the Louisville Bats at Victory Field with first pitch at 6:05 PM. After the game stay in your seats for the Independence day celebration fireworks show! You get all of this with the price of your ticket. We still have great field level seats available now. Show order yours today!
My name is Parker, and I have been here for the past week experiencing what it is like to be a small business owner and experiencing the customer relation side of things as well. I have had a great time being with the great ladies in the front of the office:
Shout out to!
After spending a great week here I decided to write on this blog about my time here and the best upcoming concerts (in my opinion), and to support my #1 ticket broker. I know that’s surprising considering I speed a lot and its not the cops but you get the idea. Also I would like to thank Angelo Peduto for “hosting” or “putting up with” me this week. Thanks for reading and again check out the artist!!
Are any of you excited for upcoming concerts??
IF you are not then get excited!!
Circle City Tickets have a great supply of some of MY favorite artists!
My homie SNOOP and WIZ KALIFA along with MIKE EPPS are in town on February 2 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse
THE BLACK KEYES are coming to town on JUNE 11
The Circle City is hosting the BIG GAME and we are excited to be a part of it! You too can be a part of this wonderful experience and attend the Super Bowl in Indianapolis! We are currently taking orders for tickets. The game is only a month away and will be here before you know it! Please call with any questions pertaining to the Super Bowl and we will be glad to help you out! Order online now at www.circlecitytickets.com
The Indiana Hoosiers are rockin’ this season and we have your tickets to see them! There are some great games coming up like the classic showdown against the Purdue Boilermakers at Mackey arena. Watch the game live in West Lafayette on February 4th or in Bloomington on their home court March 4th at Assembly Hall. We currently have tickets for the following games…
vs.. Minnesota 1/12
vs.. Penn State 1/22
vs. Iowa 1/29
vs. Illinois 2/9
vs. Northwestern 2/15
vs. North Carolina Central 2/22
vs. Michigan State 2/28
vs. Purdue 3/4
For clients of Circle CIty Tickets who purchased tickets to the Maroon 5/Train concert on August 18. As I’m sure you know, due to the tragedy at the Indiana State Fair on August 13, the Maroon 5/Train concert has been changed to a benefit concert at Conseco Fieldhouse on Thursday August 18 at 7:00 PM.
Your original tickets will be honored at Conseco Fieldhouse the night of the show. Conseco Fieldhouse has stated that you will be given seats in a “comparable location”.
Please be aware of the following:
1) Should you decide to keep your tickets and attend the show at Conseco Fieldhouse;
Your seat location may be somewhat better or worse than your original seat location. We will not be able to make any adjustments to your original purchase price based on your seat location at Conseco Fieldhouse. We suggest arriving as early as possible. The box office has stated that the doors will open at 6:00 PM. They may allocate tickets by section rather than by exact seats, so arriving early may be helpful in receiving the best seat location.
2) If you decide not to attend this concert at Conseco Fieldhouse, please return your tickets to us by 12:00 noon tomorrow (August 18) for a full refund (less shipping). We must receive your tickets back in order to provide a refund.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
Circle City Tickets
If you purchased tickets to one of the following shows from Circle City Tickets we are issuing refunds for the returned tickets. Please contact us for more information. 317-254-9500, 800-627-1334
Sugarland Aug. 13 Indiana State Fair
Janet Jackson Aug. 17 Indiana State Fair
Stevie Nicks Aug. 17 Verizon Wireless Music Center
Lady Antebellum Aug. 19 Indiana State FairSee More
INDIANAPOLIS – Circle City Tickets, the largest ticket broker in Indiana, continues to be leader in the ticketing industry with it’s announcement of “NO FEES” on all orders including internet and smart phone orders.
Circle City Tickets realizes that consumers today have many choices when it comes to buying tickets to sporting events, concerts and theater. Circle City Tickets, with it’s announcement of “No Fees” on all purchases, makes it a industry leader and easier for customers to see what the true cost of their purchase is without waiting to get to the end of a internet transaction, as is necessary on most competitor sites.
“We want our clients to know exactly what they are paying for when they see the price listed next to the seat locations” commented Angelo Peduto of Circle City Tickets. “The customer should not be surprised at the end of the transaction when the they see an additional fee added on that is labeled a service charge” “We tell you the price from the start and that is what you pay” “No Surprises”
Circle City Tickets has been filling ticket orders for over twenty five years, and is a member of the National Association of Ticket Brokers, The Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, and The Indianapolis Convention & Visitors Association.
Circle City Tickets has two office locations in Indianapolis:
8301 North Keystone Ave.
Indianapolis, IN 46240
12 West Maryland
Indianapolis, IN 46204
Monday morning’s heavy rainfall brought some extra drama to Circle City Tickets’ corner of Indianapolis. The culvert running under Keystone Avenue just south of the Woodfield Crossing Boulevard intersection began to collapse due to the rushing water! We watched as a police officer realized the road was unsafe to drive on and stopped traffic in the northbound lane. All northbound traffic on Keystone is now being temporarily rerouted to Allisonville Road and they are saying construction could take up to 2 months.
*PLEASE TAKE NOTE: CIRCLE CITY TICKETS IS OPEN AND IS STILL EASILY ACCESSIBLE! All traffic coming from 465 and the north side still have access to both the north and southbound lanes north of Woodfield Crossing Boulevard outside of our office. Traffic coming from south on Keystone will need to turn right at the 80th Street light and then an immediate left onto the access road running parallel to Keystone that will lead you straight to our parking lot entrance.
If you are looking to go to the Kenny Chesney concert at Verizon Wireless Music Center this weekend, Circle City Tickets still have lawn tickets available as well as VIP parking! You can conveniently (now that you know the short cuts) pick up your tickets at our north side office or you can schedule a pick up at our downtown office.
And be sure to check out Circle City Tickets discussing the damage on WTHR Channel 13 (around the 1 minute mark):
TV fans, do not be afraid. What you are seeing is not something from the Twilight Zone, but rather a mesh of writers’ lack of originality and creativity.
‘Friends’ (NBC) was the greatest show of all time and I’m confident enough to say so. It had the perfect formula for success with 3 guys and 3 girls who are all 30-something best friends living in the city, experience many adventures, hookups, breakups, and all to the sweet sound of a laugh track. Introduce an episode of ‘Friends’ to anyone who has never really watched the show and they will instantly fall in love with Ross, Rachel, Phoebe, Joey, Monica, and Chandler.
‘Friends’ aired for 10 wonderful years and there has not and will not be anything like it. Today you will find 3 shows on major networks that are attempting to use the magical formula to recreate the perfect friend group. However, we are not fooled and will not be swayed.
‘Happy Endings’ (ABC) premiered last night with one of the gals leaving one of the guys at the altar. How original. Rachel left her fiancé during the pilot episode of ‘Friends’ and on the ‘Perfect Couples’ (NBC) premiere two of the friends decide not to get married just before walking down the aisle. ’Happy Endings’ also features 6 familiar characters that you will find uncanny resemblances to in ‘Friends’ and ‘Perfect Couples’ as well as a purple-walled apartment that will take you back to Monica’s trademark apartment.
‘Perfect Couples’ follows the ‘Friends’ path a bit less than ‘Happy Endings’ since the characters are all in relationships with each other, however ‘Perfect Couples’ seems to have taken a page out of the ‘Better With You’ (ABC) playbook, a show that I have enjoyed from the start. ’Perfect Couples’ compares the lives at 3 couples who are all friends but are in different stages in their relationships. ’Better With You’ also features 3 couples in different staged relationships, however the characters are related with the two girls being sisters and the oldest couple being their parents. ’Better With You’ trumps ‘Perfect Couples’ because the characters are naturally funny and it is the only show out of the 3 that boasts a laugh track (a lost art).
There are so many similarities and comparisons between these 4 shows (as if the picture doesn’t say it all) that I could rant about the outrage all afternoon. So I will leave you with the most important piece of information… Cammi’s official ranking:
4th- ‘Perfect Couples’ (Bad jokes and bad casting! Bleh!)
3rd- ‘Happy Endings’ (Funny moments… if you can get past the ‘Friends’ parallels)
2nd- ‘Better With You’ (Classic comedy that will make you want to hang with your sis)
1st- ‘Friends’ (Need I say more?)
After all of this confusion, I am sure that you are wanting to do something that involves a bit less creative overlap. Well then check out Circle City Tickets for the best deals on tickets to shows to see your favorite creative music artists this summer!
Two icons of music. In one unforgettable evening. Don’t miss this “Once in a Lifetime” opportunity to hear the music of Frank Sinatra performed live by five-time Grammy nominee Michael Feinstein and be part of a PBS broadcast taping at the Palladium in Carmel, Indiana on PBS.
Multi-platinum-selling. Five-time Grammy-nominated. Singer, pianist, and musical anthropologist, devoting his career to the rediscovery, preservation, and performance of the wealth of material we know as American Popular Song. As proven in sold-out shows in the world’s capitals, Feinstein’s passion for the music fills concert halls with the songs America danced to, romanced to, and grew up to.
Feinstein is now the artistic director of the newly-completed, one hundred sixty million dollar Palladium in Carmel, Indiana — a state of the art concert hall already hailed by critics and performers alike as one of the country’s premiere venues. The hall is as exciting and new, in fact, as this musical event for which it provides the setting.
It’s an evening dedicated to “The Sinatra Circle” — the performers, the songs, and that fabulous era of music in which Frank Sinatra reigned supreme. Backed by a seventeen-piece Big Band and spiced with stories about these bigger-than-life personalities, Feinstein will lead a musical exploration into how Sinatra affected his contemporaries — voices like Rosemary Clooney, Dean Martin, Peggy Lee, Lena Horne, Nat King Cole, Ella Fitzgerald — and how they, in turn, affected him.
These legends and more are conjured up by way of their equally-legendary songs, some iconic and others familiar but fresh. “Luck Be a Lady,” “Begin the Beguine,” “All I Need is the Girl,” “I Love Being Here with You,” “What Kind of Fool Am I?” “The Lady is a Tramp,” “Once in a Lifetime,” “Sway!”
That’s only a partial song list, of course, and the numbers may change — but what’s definitely in store is a night of classic American songs, the best of the best, in timeless arrangements with the unmistakable Michael Feinstein style.
Following the success of “The Sinatra Project,” this next step — commissioned by Concord Records — once more emulates the unique, Big Band sound Sinatra originated with Nelson Riddle. It sings…and it most definitely swings…in all-new arrangements bringing that sound right up to date, paying tribute to that time when American music captured our spirit of boundless optimism.
Feinstein. Sinatra. Big Band. The perfect combination for an unforgettable evening.