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The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2014
The Orioles are a win away from the American League Championship Series, and Saturday morning the team announced two options for fans to purchase tickets for that series. Fans who place a minimum $250 per seat deposit on a 2015 full or partial season-ticket plan by noon on Monday will have a chance to buy ALCS tickets, and possibly other future postseason tickets, via an exclusive online-only pre-sale on Tuesday at 10 a.m. A public sale for ALCS tickets will take place on Thursday at noon, exclusively online at  orioles.com/postseason . Availability is expected to be extremely limited, and a maximum of four tickets per ALCS game may be purchased.
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The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2014
The Orioles are a win away from the American League Championship Series, and Saturday morning the team announced two options for fans to purchase tickets for that series. Fans who place a minimum $250 per seat deposit on a 2015 full or partial season-ticket plan by noon on Monday will have a chance to buy ALCS tickets, and possibly other future postseason tickets, via an exclusive online-only pre-sale on Tuesday at 10 a.m. A public sale for ALCS tickets will take place on Thursday at noon, exclusively online at  orioles.com/postseason . Availability is expected to be extremely limited, and a maximum of four tickets per ALCS game may be purchased.
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April 4, 2000
Phone numbers to call for ticket information for the Orioles and minor-league teams in the state. Orioles 410-685-9800 Bowie Baysox Double-A Eastern League 301-805-6000
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2013
The first Sweetheart Dance is planned for Feb. 10 in Randallstown to support The Pete Pompey Foundation. Pompey, a legendary football and basketball coach at Dunbar and Edmondson, has Alzheimer's disease. The dance is located at Diamondz Events (9980 Liberty Road, Randallstown) and will take place from 4 to 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale for $30 and include a light buffet, a champagne toast, a rose for all women, and a live performance by Marquis Soul. A cash bar will be available.
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By Ann Hornaday | June 28, 1998
Don't miss the Charles Theatre's three-day run of "Waco: The Rules of Engagement," the extraordinaryOscar-nominated documentary that, through an examination of public record on the standoff between religious leader David Koresh and Washington, leads the audience to shocking conclusions about their government. It begins Friday. Call 410-727-FILM for ticket information.Pub date: 6/28/98
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May 23, 2008
SEE IT Semifinals Tonight at Johnny Unitas Stadium, Towson University No. 1 Northwestern vs. No. 5 Syracuse, 6 No. 2 Pennsylvania vs. Duke, 8:30 Championship Sunday, 7 p.m. Ticket information: Adults, $12; students/children, $10; under 2, free Parking: $10 TV: All games live on CBS College Sports Network
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November 20, 1990
The Baltimore Thunder will open its preseason schedule Dec. 7 with a game against the defending Major Indoor Lacrosse League champion Philadelphia Wings at the Hershey Park Arena in Hershey, Pa. For ticket information, call (717) 534-9311.
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June 14, 1996
Thursday's Live section listed incorrect concert dates for bands playing at the New 9: 30 Club in Washington. disappear fear performs June 21; The Presidents of the United States of America, June 23; and Jerry Lee Lewis, June 25. Call (410) 481-6500 for ticket information.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 6/14/96
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May 21, 1994
Preakness events for today:* The 119th Running of the Preakness Stakes, Pimlico Race Course. America's finest 3-year-old thoroughbreds race in the second jewel of the Triple Crown. Gates open at 8:30 a.m. Admission is $20 for the infield; $15 for the clubhouse, $12 for the grandstand. Call (410) 542-9400 for more ticket information.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2011
Duran Duran is back on tour, fractured hips and all. The band announced a new North American tour today that will kick off September 23. They will perform in Washington at DAR Constitution Hall October 16. The band is touring behind a Mark Ronson-produced album, "All You Need is Now," that was released earlier this year. Ticket information for the Washington date was not included on the release. At other venues, ticket prices have ranged from $89.50 to US $149.50.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
A traveling EDM festival might have seemed like a far-fetched notion, but Live Nation's IDentity is returning this year, with a show planned at Jiffy Lube Live again. The festival, which last year attracted big-timer Kaskade, back when when he didn't headline arenas, and Hercules and Love Affair, consists of genre stars - this year it's Wolfgang Gartner, Nero, and Paul Van Dyk, among others - taking turns at the turntables for several hours before an arena crowd. Kaskade, presumably, was busy with his own arena tour . Live Nation did not disclose last year's attendance numbers with Billboard, which ran the press release . Nice detail: "IDENTITY's sponsors include Rockstar Energy Drink, Emazing Lights, Slurpee, TIGI Bedhead, and Lifestyle Condoms.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2012
Fiona Apple played a short series of promotional shows earlier this year to support her upcoming album. Now, she's launching a full tour for "The Idler Wheel is Wiser" that includes stops in Baltimore and Washington D.C. Apple's mini-tour, her first series of live performances outside of Los Angeles, started at South by Southwest and garnered near-ecstatic reviews from critics who said she was giving once-in-a-lifetime performances....
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | February 28, 2012
( Wednesday Update below ) After making Madonna look downright dignified at the Super Bowl, LMFAO are going on tour. "Sorry for the Party Rocking" will stop at the Patriot Center in Fairfax June 25, it was announced Monday. The tour is named after the guys' second album. In a fitting pairing, Far East Movement, responsible for "Like a G6," open. Tickets, starting at $29.50, go on sale Wednesday. Pier Six Pavilion's calendar keeps filling up: Mac Miller , Chicago, Bonnie Raitt.Earth, Wind and Fire are the latest addition.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | February 21, 2012
A couple of Baltimore bands are on the verge of releasing new albums. Lower Dens will soon release "Nootropics" and is going on the road later this month to promote it. They'll be at the Ottobar May 5 and Washington's Rock 'n' Roll Hotel the day before. The album's first single, "Brains," was released in January. Ticket information is not yet available. Upstarts Lands & Peoples, another band that has changed line-ups (it's now recording as a duo), is getting ready to release its first full-length album, " Pop Guilt . " To promote it, the band will be at Baltimore's Soft House March 9. Tickets, at $5, are sold at the door.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | January 25, 2012
The Boss is playing DC this Spring, so is the Bawse. On Tuesday, Rick Ross announced he'll play DAR Constitution Hall February 23. Ross is promoting new album "God Forgives...I Don't," which was described in the show's press release as "his highly predictable upcoming fifth solo album. " Their words...not mine. Ticket information is not yet available. Ross was last in the region last March, when he performed at 1st Mariner Arena onLil Wayne's American tour. Pitting fans of Jon Ehrens against Ross', White Life will be at the Ottobar that same night with DDM and Dope Body.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2011
Lauryn Hill is returning to the area for some redemption. After a disappointing performance at Rams Head Live at the start of the year, Hill will again try to win over regional crowds with a show at the Warner Theater in DC February 29. Hill, of course, does not have new material to promote. If the Rams Head show was any indication, she'll play a mix of hers and the Fugees' old hits. Tickets, starting at $55 for the upper balcony and set at a whopping $150 for the so-called golden circle, go on sale December 30. Baltimore's Weekends are going on tour early in the new year.
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By New York Times News Service | April 19, 1992
Q: I will be traveling through Europe from early June to October and would like to see grand prix Formula One auto races. Can you give information?A: Here are the grand prix races scheduled in Europe during your visit. Information on the full schedule for 1992 is available from the Automobile Competition Committee of the United States, 1500 Skokie Blvd., Suite 101, Northbrook, Ill. 60062, (708) 272-0090, which supplied the ticket information telephone numbers here. Grandstand seats are generally about $150 to $200.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | December 13, 2011
Dan Deacon, Celebration and Matmos are playing the Ottobar Friday.  The show was posted on the Ottobar's website in late October , but Friends Records' tumblr clarified Monday that the show would mark the debut of a new Dan Deacon ensemble. Deacon will now be performing alongside Denny Bowen ( Double Dagger 's former drummer), Dave Jacober (of Dope Body), Chester Gwazda (who produced "Bromst"), and Jordan Casey. Deacon's promoting several re-releases: "Meetle Mice," "Silly Hat vs. Eagle Hat," and "Spiderman of the Rings.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
Washington D.C. is getting its own Starscape. Called Fall Massive, the indoor electronic music festival, billed as DC's largest, is set for November 26 at RFK Stadium and boasts dozens of top DJs, including Moby, Diplo, Martin Solveig and Baltimore's own Scottie B. The one-day festival, which starts at 4 p.m. and ends at 2 a.m., is from Steez Promo and Ultraworld, the promoters behind Starscape, which just celebrated its 13th year....
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