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Black Eyed Peas Upcoming Tour Dates

Posted by Ace Staff on December 3rd, 2009

The Black Eyed Peas have announced plans to launch the “E.N.D. World Tour 2010,” marking their first North American tour in four years. They’ll be kicking off the festivities February 4th at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA. The group is scheduled to arrive at New York City’s Madison Garden just three weeks into their travels before hitting up the TD Garden in Boston, MA on the 26th. The tour will wrap up after their April 11th performance at General Motors Place in Vancouver, BC. Expect the Black Eyed Peas to perform in all major U.S. cities during their two month road trip. Comprised of members Will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, and Fergie, the group was first recognized on an international level following the release of their third studio album “Elephunk in 2003.” Featuring the popular tracks “Where is the Love” and “Shut Up,” the record went on to reach double platinum certification. Their 2009 fifth studio album “The E.N.D.” has already gone platinum with the help of chart topping singles “Boom Boom Pow,” “I Gotta Feeling,” and “Meet Me Halfway.” Don’t miss one of the biggest groups of the year perform live! Black Eyed Peas tickets are now available! Complete List of 2010 Tour Dates: February 4  Atlanta, GA  Philips Arena February 6  Miami, FL  American Airlines Arena February 9  Jacksonville, FL  Veteran’s Memorial Arena February 10  Tampa, FL  St. Pete Times Forum February 12  Nashville, TN  Nashville Arena February 13  Birmingham, AL  BJCC Arena February 16  Columbus, OH  Schottenstein Center February 17  Lexington, KY  Rupp Arena February 19  Raleigh, NC  RBC Center February 20  Charlotte, NC  Time Warner Cable Arena February 23  Washington, DC  Verizon Center February 24  New York, NY  Madison Square Garden February 26  Boston, MA  TD Garden March 1  Uniondale, NY  Nassau Coliseum March 3  Philadelphia, PA  Wachovia Center March 4  Pittsburgh, PA  Mellon Arena March 6  Toronto, ON  Air Canada Centre March 9  Detroit, MI  The Palace March 11  Milwaukee, WI  Bradley Center March 13  Chicago, IL  United Center March 19  Dallas, TX  American Airlines Center March 20  Tulsa, OK  BOK Center March 22  St. Paul, MN  Xcel Energy Center March 24  Kansas City, MO  Sprint Center March 25  Des Moines, IA  Wells Fargo Arena March 27  Denver, CO  Pepsi Center March 29  Los Angeles, CA  Staples Center March 31  Glendale, AZ  Jobing.com Arena April 2  San Jose, CA  HP Pavilion April 7  Sacramento, CA  Arco Arena April 10  Tacoma, WA  Tacoma Dome April 11  Vancouver, BC  General Motors Place

Norah Jones 2010 U.S. Tour

Posted by Ace Staff on December 2nd, 2009

Popular jazz singer-songwriter Norah Jones just recently announced dates for her upcoming 2010 U.S. spring tour. Over the course of nine weeks she will be headlining at major venues in cities that include Kansas City, Louisville, Indianapolis, Chicago, New York, Baltimore, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, and Nashville. She’ll be opening on Friday, March 5th at the Brady Theater in Tulsa Oklahoma. Jones is later set to arrive at the Citi Performing Arts Center – Wang Theatre in Boston, MA on Thursday, March 25th. The Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta, GA will mark the final tour stop on Saturday, May 15th. The talented Brooklyn native is most well known for her 2002 Diamond studio album “Come Away With Me,” featuring the #1 single “Don’t Know Why.” In 2003 she took home three Grammy Awards for “Best Female Pop Vocal Performance,” “Record of the Year,” and “Song of the Year.” Jones will be sure to showcase material from her latest studio album “The Fall” in next year’s tour. “The Fall” debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 after its release this November. Check for Norah Jones 2010 Tour Dates below! Complete List of SpringTour Dates: March 5 Tulsa, OK  Brady Theater  March 6  Kansas City, MO  The Midland by AMC  March 7  Omaha, NE  Orpheum Theater  March 9  Des Moines, IA  Civic Center of Greater Des Moines  March 11  Akron, OH  E.J. Thomas Hall  March 12  Louisville, KY  Whitney Hall  March 13  Indianapolis, IN  Murat Theatre  March 15  Madison, WI  Overture Hall  March 17  Saint Paul, MN  The O’Shaughnessy  March 19  Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theatre  March 20  Chicago, IL  Chicago Theatre  March 25  Boston, MA  Citi Performing Arts Center  March 26  Mashantucket, CT  MGM Grand at Foxwoods  March 27  New York, NY  Theater at Madison Square Garden  March 30  Baltimore, MD  Lyric Opera House  April 1  Charlottesville, VA  Paramount Theater  April 2  Washington, DC  Warner Theatre  April 3  Upper Darby, PA  Tower Theatre  April 18  Seattle, WA  Paramount Theatre  April 19  Portland, OR  Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall  April 21  San Francisco, CA  The Fillmore  April 23  Los Angeles, CA  Orpheum Theatre  April 24  San Diego, CA  Spreckels Theatre  April 25  Phoenix, AZ  Dodge Theatre  April 28  Albuquerque, NM  Kiva Auditorium  April 29  El Paso, TX  The Plaza Theatre  May 1  Austin, TX  Stubb’s Bar-B-Q td> May 4  Dallas, TX  Majestic Theatre  May 5  Houston, TX  Verizon Wireless Theater  May 6  Mobile, AL  Saenger Theatre  May 8  Memphis, TN  Orpheum Theatre  May 9  Birmingham, AL  Alabama Theatre  May 11  Asheville, NC  Thomas Wolfe Auditorium  May 12  Charlotte, NC  Ovens Auditorium  May 14  Nashville, TN  Ryman Auditorium  May 15  Atlanta, GA  Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

Knicks Dominate Suns By 27

Posted by Ace Staff on December 2nd, 2009

The New York Knicks scored 39 first quarter points on their way to blow out the Phoenix Suns 126-99 yesterday at Madison Square Garden. Daniel Gallinari took control for his squad with 27 points and 10 rebounds. “It means a lot when you play against a team that plays your game and is at the top of the list, because they have the best record,” said Gallinari. “So it’s great for us.” Veteran PG Steve Nash led Phoenix with 20 points and eight assists. Before last night the Suns had claimed victory in their last four contests by at least 20 points. “Terrible performance,” said Nash. “I’m embarrassed. Obviously just a disastrous effort. We just have to wash it away and pick it up tomorrow.” The Suns will have to find their rhythm quickly for their next challenge in Cleveland against the Cavaliers this Wednesday as the Knicks travel to Orlando to matchup with the Magic.

Rangers Light Up Blue Jackets

Posted by Ace Staff on November 24th, 2009

Marian Gaborik and Sean Avery scored multiple goals for the New York Rangers on their way to defeat the Columbus Blue Jackets 7-4 yesterday at Madison Square Garden. Derek Mackenzie and Jared Boll notched the first two goals for the Blue Jackets in the first ten minutes of play. After the first period the Rangers found themselves up 3-2 and decided to keep the momentum going. That’s when Avery joined the action with back to back goals of his own a minute apart early in the second. Following seven consecutive goals by New York, the Blue Jackets were able to net two more but it simply just wasn’t enough. “The biggest thing was coming back from that 2-0 deficit. It’s a big boost to our confidence,” said Avery. “It’s only one game. We can be happy about the fact that we got some goals from other guys, but it’s got to be a consistent thing.” Columbus will look to show more consistency for their next game tonight against the Montreal Canadiens. “We got off to a good start. They took a timeout and they turned up the heat. We didn’t,” said defenseman Mike Commodore. “They are quick and we were on our heels a little bit. Then it was 7-2 before we knew it. We were still in it after the first. Then the second period was just a disaster.” The Rangers are set to take on the Florida Panthers tomorrow at 7:30 PM before heading to Tampa Bay to match up against the Lightning. The best deals for New York Rangers tickets can be found right here at AceTicket.com!

Knicks Fall to Celts in OT

Posted by Ace Staff on November 23rd, 2009

Kevin Garnett broke the final tie in overtime at the buzzer, nailing the go-ahead jump shot from the top of the key for the Boston Celtics to defeat the New York Knicks 107-105 last night at Madison Square Garden. Paul Pierce led Boston with 33 points, playing decoy in the final possession with the assist to the wide open KG. “I knew they were going to sort of follow Paul and he’s going to draw a lot of attention,” said Garnett, “and I just had to make the shot.” New York was up seven in the fourth quarter before the Celtics were able to come back and force the extra time. After losing to the Orlando Magic Friday night, the Celtics found themselves struggling against a Knicks team with just three wins this regular season. “We played better today. Not the way we’d like to, of course, but better,” said Pierce. “We’re going to build on that. We’re still a work in progress.” Rajon Rondo was one rebound away from a triple-double with 14 points and 10 assists. Kendrick Perkins had a huge night for Boston with 16 points and 13 boards. Al Harrington netted 30 points for New York along with David Lee and Nate Robinson’s 41 combined. The C’s are set to host the Philadelphia 76ers Wednesday, November 25th at 7:30 PM. Boston Celtics tickets are now available!

Caps Battle Past Rangers

Posted by Ace Staff on November 18th, 2009

Alex Ovechkin returned to the line up yesterday and produced right away for his Washington Capitals with a goal in the first period as they went on to defeat the New York Rangers 4-2 at Madison Square Garden. The premier LW missed six games due to injury but has still been able to find the net 15 times in just 15 games played. “It’s always nice when you get hurt and you come back and you score in the first period on your first shot,” said Ovechkin. “You feel pretty good about yourself. After that I feel pretty cool. I was not afraid to take some hits and go battle.” Marian Gaborik scored the first goal for the Rangers before Ovechkin answered later in the period. Gaborik was able to score again 8:23 into the third period to tie it at 2-2. Matt Bradley scored the go-ahead goal for the Caps with five minutes left. Brian Pothier then fired one in the empty net unassisted to wrap things up in New York. The Rangers have to wait until Saturday to redeem themselves at home against the Florida Panthers. Washington is scheduled to host the Montreal Canadiens on Friday, November 20th.

2010 Red Sox Set Countdown

Posted by Ace Staff on November 5th, 2009

The 2009 MLB season has finally been put to rest, and for Red Sox fans this could only mean one thing….When does the 2010 regular season start up? The countdown for next season starts at 151 days, when the Red Sox host the new found world champion New York Yankees April 5th at Fenway Park. There have been debates regarding weather and field status for opening day. Fenway is hosting numerous events around the annual Winter Classic on January 1st, leaving questions and doubts about the fields overall condition.  One option standing is for the series to be held at Yankee Stadium and move a set of mid-season games to Boston in return. The Sox will first officially meet for spring training by the end of February. Their first game in Florida will be against the Tampa Bay Rays on March 6th. Stay tuned for more updates this offseason. 2010 Boston Red Sox schedule and tickets are available right here at AceTicket.com!

Yanks Defeat Phillies, Claim 27th Title

Posted by Ace Staff on November 5th, 2009

Hideki Matsui really lived up to the name Godzilla with three hits and six RBI’s last night at Yankee Stadium, as the New York Yankees went on to win Game 6 and the World Series over the Philadelphia Phillies for their 27th championship. Matsui will be joining the list of free agents this offseason, and certainly has proved to the organization that he is worth every penny they are giving him. “It’s awesome,” Matsui said through a translator. “Unbelievable. I’m surprised myself.” Veteran Andy Pettitte notched the win from five innings pitched, letting up three runs and four hits.  Mariano Rivera seemed collected as usual while putting the series to a close. The trusted right-hander allowed just one hit through the final five outs. The Yankees were in control all game after Matsui’s two-run homer in the second. They were up 7-1 in the 6th when Ryan Howard knocked a longball to left, bringing in Chase Utley to pull within four. “You don’t look at it as a failure,” said Howard. “We had a great season. We just got beat by the better team.” Alex Rodriguez, after a dramatic year full of injury and steroid allegations was thrilled at the thought of finally collecting a ring next April. “My teammates, coaches and the organization stood by me and now we stand here as world champions,” said Rodriguez. “We’re going to enjoy it, and we’re going to party!” Already looking forward to 2010? Look right here with us at Ace for Yankees and Phillies tickets next season!

Yankees Lead Series 3-1

Posted by Ace Staff on November 2nd, 2009

Alex Rodriguez knocked in Johnny Damon for the go-ahead run after a heads up double steal in the top of the 9th inning, as the New York Yankees rallied to win 7-4 over the Philadelphia Phillies yesterday at Citizens Bank Park. Now holding a 3-1 advantage in the 2009 World Series, the Yankees are just one win away from claiming their 27th championship. “There’s no question – I’ve never had a bigger hit,” said Rodriguez.”The one time I got hit in yesterday’s game, my first at-bat, kind of woke me up a little bit and just reminded me, ‘Hey, this is the World Series, let’s get it going a little bit.’” It couldn’t be a better time for A-Rod to find his rhythm heading into tonight’s game against the left-handed Cliff Lee, who dominated the Yanks with 10 K’s during Philadelphia’s 6-1 Game 1 victory in New York. AJ Burnett will get the call to start on the mound for the Yankees. Burnett is 1-0 with a 3.55 ERA so far this postseason. Game time is set for 7:57 PM. If necessary Game 6 and 7 will take place in New York Wednesday and Thursday night. World Series tickets are now available!

Burnett Steps Up, Outduels Pedro

Posted by Ace Staff on October 30th, 2009

With the Yankees down 0-1 in the World Series heading into their last game in the Bronx before moving to Philadelphia for the next three contests, A.J. Burnett saw Pedro Martinez on the other side and realized the tough battle ahead. “I knew it was going to be crazy,” said Burnett. “I knew he was going to be on his game. I focus on myself, but you can’t help but watch his game. It’s the funnest I’ve had on the field.” Burnett certainly brought his A game while enjoying himself on the mound at Yankee Stadium, giving up just one run in seven innings with nine strike outs as the New York Yankees went on to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies 3-1. Martinez performed well for Philadelphia, striking out eight and surrendering three runs in his six-plus innings pitched. Two of the three runs came from Mark Teixeira and Hideki Matsui solo-home runs. The Yankees bats were silent until Teixeira’s awaited bomb to center field in the fourth. “I think the home run got the crowd back in it,” Teixeira said. “It kind of put a little bit of a crack in their armor.” Cole Hamels (PA) and Andy Pettitte (NY) are the next scheduled pitching duel for game three this Saturday.  The series now moves to Citizens Bank Park and if necessary will move back to New York for Games 6 and 7. Purchase your World Series tickets right here with us at AceTicket.com!