10 NFL Stadiums, Ranked by Ticketmaster Fans

10 NFL Stadiums Ranked by Ticketmaster Fans

We know you love your NFL team, but when was the last time you professed it in person at the stadium? Using internal data, we determined which stadiums received the most love last season.

Did your home field make the cut? See why fans are smitten with these NFL stadiums. (NFL stadiums are in no particular order)

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10 Garth Brooks Songs for the Country Music Fan

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Garth Brooks fans rejoice as America’s most powerful concert force returns with select dates across the United States. Taking a look all the way back to 1990, we compiled his biggest Number 1 hits according to Billboard and top downloaded songs on iTunes, to create the ultimate playlist of Garth’s fan favorites.

1. “Friends in Low Places”

It only took this single eight weeks to reach #1, where it remained for four whole weeks. The song went on to win single of the year at both the Academy of Country Music Awards and Country Music Awards of 1990. Although the song has a sad subject matter and talks about drinking your troubles away, the melody adds an uplifting quality.

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Still Craving Fireworks? 15 Live Events for the Pyrotechnic Fan

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Going through firework withdrawal? The first few weeks after the Fourth are the hardest, but they don’t have to be. There are plenty of concerts and shows on tour that will leave you awe-struck with dazzling fireworks and scorchin’ pyrotechnic displays. So if you’re in desperate need to get your firework fix, look no further than the shows listed below, which are rumored to set your night ablaze.

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Soccer Fans Pass World Cup Fever To the MLS

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There is no doubt that World Cup fever officially reached the United States in 2014. From overflowing sports bars to viewing parties with thousands in attendance, we toasted to the excitement, anguish, and, most of all, pride for tTeam USA during the World Cup. Although the USA national team left the race for the cup in the round of 16, it’s safe to say that enthusiasm for professional soccer in the USA is here to stay.

This year, twenty-two MLS players traveled to Brazil to compete; 9 did so for the USMNT (United States Men’s National Team): Nick Rimando (pictured below), Matt Besler, Omar Gonzalez, DeAndre Yedlin, Kyle Beckerman, Michael Bradley, Brad Davis, Graham Zusi, Chris Wondolowski, and Clint Dempsey.
The MLS also boasts players on the Brazilian and Costa Rican national teams, who made it to the semifinals and quarterfinals, respectively.

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Bam! Pow! 10 Marvel Superheroes We Love

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If alien baddies threaten to overrun the world, they’ll be there. If misguided mutants try to bring about the destruction of innocent people, they’ll be there. If you need some hard-hitting, epic entertainment, they’ll be there. These spectacular superheroes have got what it takes to save the day  and keep us totally enthralled in the process.

Here are 10 of our favorite Marvel superheroes…

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19 Teams with 1 Goal: A Spotlight on Major League Soccer

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Think World Cup 1994. The setting: nine cities across the United States. Who won? Brazil…and, well, the United States and Canada too. The 1994 FIFA World Cup ignited soccer in North America and paved the way for Major League Soccer (MLS). The MLS kicked off for the first time, two years after the ’94 World Cup in 1996.

With the launch of the league soon after the World Cup, the MLS was able to draw multiple well-known international soccer players from the 1994 World Cup. Team USA soccer players Alexi Lalas, Tony Meola and Eric Wynalda joined the league along with Mexico’s Jorge Campos and Columbia’s Carlos Valderrama.

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18 Signs You’re Fest Obsessed

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Traditionally, basic human needs include food, shelter, and clothing. Here at Ticketmaster, we believe one necessity is glaringly missing from that list: music festivals. Call us crazy, but we can’t live without a regular dose of those unparalleled, life-changing festival experiences. Are you fest obsessed like us? Here are some tell tale signs.

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Music Festivals 101: Electronic Dance Music

Music Festivals 101: Electronic Dance Music
Electronic Dance Music is the fuel driving the youth culture bus in the 2010′s. A genre that has long matured since the inception of the synthesizer and defining songs such as “Popcorn” by Gershon Kingsley.

Or even collaborations such as Donna Summer and Giorgio Moroder’s; “I Feel Love”, which pushed synth-driven music further into the public eye.

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