$10.00 Indianapolis Colts Tickets

Colts tickets are now available! The 2013 season is just around the corner and Circle City Tickets is once again your source for tickets to the 2013 season of the Indianapolis Colts!
The Colts are coming off a shocking 11-5 season and had to endure most of that season with an interim head coach, Bruce Arians, while Coach Chuck Pagano was fighting cancer. Did I mention they also let go future Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning and went with the first round draft pick Andrew Luck of Stanford University. The Colts are looking like the Manning Colts of old with a little “Luck” to boot. The Colts also made wholesale changes last year on the management side that has already proven to be very beneficial. The 2013 season looks very promising and you will not want to miss any of the action.
Circle City Tickets is your number one stop for all of your Indianapolis Colts ticket needs. Just to get things going for the 2013 season we have $10.00 tickets for the two Pre-Season games. You can check out Andrew Luck, T.Y. Hilton, Robert Mathis and all of the other guys for just $10.00 to either the August 11th game against the Buffalo Bills or the August 24th game against the Cleveland Browns. Quantities are limited, so order now. The best way is at www.circlecitytickets.com

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Stand up and SCREAM! It’s CONCERT SEASON AGAIN!

Spring has sprung and with it opportunities for you to enjoy time together with friends and family. Starting with The Greatest Spectacle in Racing on May 26 to The Kid Rock concert Aug. 25, there is something for everyone!
For those that love classic rock, it’s hard to beat Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers ( Klipsch – June 15) or Chicago with the Indianapolis Symphony ( The Lawn – Sep 15). Or how about Peter Frampton(The Lawn – June 19)? Justin Bieber (Bankers Life – July 10), P!nk (Bankers Life Nov. 21), Bruno Mars (Bankers Life – Aug 19) and Dave Matthews Band doing 2 shows! (Klipsch – June 21,22). Maroon 5 (Klipsch – Aug 3) are also big favorites.
Country fans can call their friends to arrange a group outing to Klipsch Music Center to see Brad Paisley (May 10), Tim McGraw (May 30), Zac Brown Band (June 9) or Kenny Chesney ( June 13).
Of course race fans will want to see The Indianapolis 500 as well as the Brickyard 400 and Moto GP. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway hosts many a group year after year with traditions and memories abounding.
Jimmy Buffett, Jonas Brothers, Luke Bryan, John Mayer, Keith Urban all add to the diverse offerings this summer. We have many more artists to choose from.
Don’t forget what could be the best concert of the year! The Rolling Stones “50 and Counting” tour! This is a can’t miss show!

This is the summer to connect or reconnect – choose an event, call your friends and make a memory! Circle city Tickets is here to help you with all you ticket needs. Feel free to stop in our office at 8301 N Keystone Ave, Indianapolis. We love to see you, and are always glad to help you find what you need!

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The Tournament has Arrived!

It’s finally March and the time of year you have all been waiting for has arrived at last! The March Madness NCAA Tournament is underway and the state of Indiana will be represented well this year.  The Indiana Hoosiers have rode the wave of being one of the nation’s best teams all season and secured that prestigious number one seed in the East Region!  They will be starting their run to the Final Four in the first session of games in Dayton, Ohio starting this Friday at 4:10.  If you are looking for a last minute chance to watch the Hoosiers in action click here!

However, the Hoosiers aren’t the only one’s looking to make noise this tournament.  The Butler Bulldogs have secured the number six seed in the East Region and will be kicking off their tournament against the Bucknell Bison in Rupp Arena in Lexington, Kentucky at 12:40 on Thursday.  Tickets to see Rotnei Clarke and the rest of this explosive Bulldog offense are available here!

Now we can’t forget the Notre Dame Fighting Irish, who received a seven seed in the West region.  They will play the late game on Friday night starting at 9:45.  The Irish also play in Dayton, OH as they take on a tough challenge, the Iowa State Cyclones.  To get tickets to the second Session in Dayton on Friday and cheer the Irish “Onward to Victory” click here!

With so many teams gearing up to compete for the title, this March Madness may be the maddest yet!  So be loud and cheer for your hometown Hoosiers, Bulldogs, and Irish as they all aim for the Final Four in Atlanta!

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Supercross

Are you into motorcycles and racing? If so, you are in luck as the best combination of the two is coming to Indianapolis on Saturday, March 16th. Monster Energy AMA Supercross will be performing for all thrill seekers to see at Lucas Oil Stadium. The racers will make all sorts of twists, jumps, and turns to entertain all who enjoy racing of any kind. The show is high energy and full of fun. Make a guys date (or girls date for that matter) to this year’s Supercross now.

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IU Basketball

The Indiana Hoosiers have had quite the ups ands downs this season. They started at No. 1 in the polls before the season even started, have lost three games, and have slid all the way to No. 7 at one point. The basketball  Hoosiers are back at being No. 1 even though they lost to Illinois in the last few seconds of the game on February 7th.

They regained some dignity though by beating top-10 ranked Ohio State on February 10 thus solidifying their top spot in the rankings. This win was a big deal as it was on the road and against a top-ranked team. Tonight as they play Nebraska many eyes will be watching the team to confirm they are indeed deserving of the No. 1 spot although Hoosiers fans have known they have been the best all along.

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Do Something Special This Valentine’s

Instead of the traditional flowers, chocolates, and dinner on Valentine’s what about doing something different? Take your special someone or your family to an event to celebrate this holiday of love. Getting tickets to a sporting event, concert, or show is something different and can be very special.

Impress your sport loving gal or guy with tickets to a basketball game. You have plenty to choose from with the Pacers, Butler Bulldogs, IU Hoosiers, Purdue Boilermakers.

Sing some love songs this spring with your honey with tickets to Taylor Swift or get your country on later this summer with tickets to Rascal Flatts.

Laugh off any stress with your beau or friends by attending the Valentines Comedy Jam.

The possibilities are endless. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Hockey Is Back

Hockey appears to be back, for now. The four month lockout seems to be over as a deal has been made to please both the owners and the players.

Will fans be pleased too? Most likely. Fans came back after the 2004-05 lockout and some attendance even increased. Time will only tell if attendance and ticket sales will increase this season though.

Although Indiana doesn’t have a professional hockey team, there are plenty of teams surrounding us to cheer on this season.

In Ohio: Columbus Blue Jackets

In Illinois: Chicago Blackhawks

In Missouri: St. Louis Blues

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A stingy defense continues to define the 2012-2013 Indiana Pacers

The Indiana Pacers have arguably been one of the hottest teams with the hottest player in the league, Paul George. George has recently solidified his chances of being selected to play in the All-Star game with a solid performance against LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Over the last month the Indiana Pacers have allowed just 100 points just once. The Pacers are coming off two of their best wins of the season, holding the Heat to a season-low 77 points and the Carmelo Anthony-less Knicks to a season-worst 76 points. The Pacers defense is the most efficient in the league, holding opponents to 95.4 points per 100 possessions.

A stingy defense, but inconsistent offensive has been the story of the season for the Indiana Pacers. Although, head coach Frank Vogel believes that when the offense catches up with the defense they’ll be a tough team to beat. In addition, the Pacers recently signed head coach Frank Vogel to a contract extension. Vogel is in his third year as head coach for the Pacers and he has led the Pacers to a Central Division best 23-15 record.

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Indiana Hoosiers hold off the No. 8 Minnesota Golden Gophers

The Indiana Hoosiers survived against No. 8 Minnesota with an 88-81 win on Saturday. Indiana was led by Victor Oladipo with 20 points and six rebounds, before he fouled out. The Hoosiers had a good first half, but struggled to come out with the same energy in the second. Mistakes by the Hoosiers in the second half allowed Minnesota to cut a 23 point halftime lead and a 15-point deficit with about three minutes to go.

The Hoosiers (15-1, 3-0) have now won six straight overall, 18 in a row at Assembly Hall and beat a Top 15 opponent for the fifth time in 13 months. Indiana snapped Minnesota’s 11 game winning streak and both of the Gophers’ two losses have come to number 5 ranked teams (Indiana and Duke).  The next game for the Hoosiers is against No.15 Wisconsin, where they lost their last meeting 71-79.

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Disney On Ice Skates Into Town

What do Ariel, Mater, Woody, and Tinker Bell have in common? They are all skating into town with Disney On Ice: World of Fantasy this month!  Disney On Ice: World of Fantasy features four Disney favorites, “The Little Mermaid,” “Cars,” “Toy Story 3” and “Tinker Bell” in the interactive 2 hour and 15 minute show.

Performing on the ice since 1981, Disney On Ice, has been a fun and interactive way to see Disney characters come to life in costume on a frozen stage. Ursula, Lighting McQueen, Buzz Lightyear, and other fairies from Pixie Hollow will be sure to make appearances on the ice during the show at Bankers Life Fieldhouse from January 23-27.

Now that the holidays are over, get caught up in the fun and fairytales only Disney can offer. Tickets can be purchased for the entire family here.

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