Saturday, November 24, 2007

Two Bon Jovi Shows

Just as I suspected, there are now two Bon Jovi shows confirmed at the Xcel Energy Center in March. Around twenty minutes after the show on 3/18 went on sale through Ticketmaster, the next show on 3/19 went on sale. There are still seats available for both shows through Ticketmaster if you are picky about your ticket location. For those of you that are big fans, you will need to buy your seats in the after market and you can find really good Xcel Energy Center Concert Tickets for either Bon Jovi seats at just over the face value of the tickets. As I wrote in a previous post, 36,000 Bon Jovi tickets is too much supply for this market to handle and the low prices are proof of this. Unless you are dying for the best seats in the house, make sure that you don't pay too much because I suspect that the prices will drop.

Friday, November 16, 2007

Bon Jovi Rocks Xcel 3/18

Bon Jovi has announced a concert at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota. The concert is scheduled for 3/18/2008. However, there is a rumor that he will actually play two shows. I don't think that Bon Jovi will sell out both shows even though they historically sell tons of tickets. It will also hurt the Bon Jovi demand that Bruce Springtseen Tickets have already gone on sale for the Xcel Energy Center and the show is 3/16/2008. There is definitely cross-over between the two groups of fans and there is only so much entertainment money to go around. My recommendation is to be picky about seat location and price for Bon Jovi because 36,000 Xcel Energy Center Tickets is a lot to sell.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

Bruce Springsteen Coming Back

Bruce Springsteen announced another show at the Xcel Energy Center. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band are set to come back to the Xcel on March 16th for an encore performance. He obviously loves the Twin Cities and the Xcel Energy Center because this show is the only announced show after his winter tour wraps up in a couple of days. My hunch is that the ticket demand won't be what it was for his last show. With only four months between shows, there will be a Bruce Springsteen "overdose" on the Twin Cities concert fans. My advice is that if you aren't picky about ticket location, don't pay too much for seats because there should be plenty of supply. Check back to the Xcel Energy Center Tickets web site for Bruce Springsteen tickets.