With Veteran’s Day quickly approaching, it’s time to owe gratitude and focus on the service given by millions of men and women. Say “thank you” to a dedicated veteran in your life by giving them a seat to some of the biggest events around. Here are some of the biggest concerts, sporting events and theater shows taking place from Nov. 11-18 that are sure to please anyone.
Keith Urban: The country superstar, joined by Maren Morris and Brett Eldredge, will play the final six shows of the North American leg of his Ripcord world tour before heading down under to his native Australia.
Trans-Siberian Orchestra: This popular show fuses rock and holiday music with spectacular lights and lasers for an unforgettable experience.
Stevie Nicks: The rock singer continues her 24 Karat Gold tour along the east coast this week, performing in South Carolina, Washington, D.C., and Boston.
Boston Celtics vs. Golden State Warriors: Steph Curry and the Warriors take on the Celtics in Boston in an exciting matchup on Nov. 18.
Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Toronto Raptors: The defending NBA Champions, now 6-1, go up against the 4-2 Raptors in an Eastern Conference game at home in Cleveland.
New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks: In a rematch of the 2015 Super Bowl, Tom Brady and the Patriots will look to remain first in the AFC while the Seahawks aim to improve to 6-2 Sunday night in Foxborough.
Chicago Blackhawks vs. Washington Capitals: Two of the NHL’s best go head to head in a Nov. 11 clash in Chicago. The Blackhawks are currently second in the league in terms of scoring, giving them a slight edge over Washington.
Radio City Christmas Spectacular: This holiday tradition is a treat for all when it kicks off its annual performances in Radio City Music Hall on Veteran’s Day. The world-famous Radio City Rockettes perform at least two shows per day through the new year.
Cirque du Soleil: There are plenty of Cirque du Soleil productions to go around, which is good news for those looking to see the acclaimed show. The production company has residencies in New York City, Las Vegas and Orlando, along with touring shows.
Jerry Seinfeld: The famed comic will perform in Florida on Veteran’s Day before taking his stand-up tour to Canada.
The Illusionists: Prepare to be amazed by the versatile group of magicians in this act who flip traditional magic on its head.
*Thank you to all the veterans and active duty military members for your service to our country. Ticket Club is proud to continuously offer military discounts for you to show our appreciation.