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Comic fans will have a brief reprieve from the stress of purchasing San Diego Comic-Con badges for 2014.
Yesterday, organizers announced they’re postponing the always chaotic ticket-buying process for preregistered attendees until early next year so they can “fine-tune” the online system.
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The Wanderlust Festival, which brings together top yoga instructors, speakers, and acclaimed musicians in popular outdoor venues, has announced its full 2014 schedule.
Winter events will be take place February 28-March 2, 2014 in Termas de Chillan, Santiago, Chile and February 27-March 2, 2014 at O'ahu's Turtle Bay Resort. But that's not all.
Christmas is coming early this year for fans of Chicago's annual Riot Fest.
The festival has announced a limited number of three-day early bird tickets for 2014 will go on sale tomorrow, Nov. 27, at 12:00 PM CT.
The SnowGlobe Music Festival is ready to ring in the New Year with performances by Snoop Lion, Tiesto, Kaskade, Zeds Dead, Treasure Fingers, and dozens more.
The fest will once again be held in the winter resort town of South Lake Tahoe, California from December 29th - 31st.
Instead of holding a lottery for red carpet tickets as they've done in the past, this year the Academy Awards will harness the power of social media to find The Oscars' biggest Fans.
December 2nd, 2013 will mark the beginning of Academy Fan Appreciation Week. During that week the folks behind Hollywood's highest honor will reach out to their biggest fans on social media and offer them a pair of tickets to the 2014 Oscars Fan Experience. Fan experience tickets will include a coveted seat along the red carpet on Oscar day.
The AFI Fest has just passed its halfway mark but there are still of plenty of red-carpet galas, special screenings, and conversations left to check out.
The American Film Institute's annual festival is taking place in Los Angeles through Nov. 14 and will feature screenings of Nebraska, Lone Survivor, The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, and Inside Llewyn Davis this week.
One of this week's most coveted tickets is for Stand Up For Heroes, a rock concert/stand up comedy show to benefit the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
Stand Up aims to bring together leaders from business, entertainment, government, and philanthropy to raise funds to help injured service members and their families. The night's line-up includes Bill Cosby, Jim Gaffigan, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart, Bruce Springsteen and Roger Waters. But, the real stars of the event will be the service members who will be in attendance.
On Nov. 6th the biggest names in comedy will help fight malaria, one laugh at a time.
Greg Behrendt, Adam Bloom, Jim Bruer, Ronny Cheing, Dane Cook, Rhys Darby, Adam Hills, Marc Maron, Rove McManus, Eugene Mirman and Kevin Nealon are just a few of the comedians who will be take part in the live 24 hour international telethon, Comedy Gives Back, from the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City, The Improv in Los Angeles, The Leicester Square Theatre in London and The Comedy Store in Sydney.
Leave it to Rob Zombie to combine three horror attractions and an epic music festival and create a "Great American Nightmare."
The horror attraction will feature three haunted houses, based on Zombie’s own movies, Lords Of Salem: Total Black Out, The Haunted World Of El Superbeasto 3D, and Haunt Of 1,000 Corpses.. Each will be "shocking and sometimes disturbing" and will offer "a three-dimensional experience with animatronics and effects, a maze that is the ultimate definition of claustrophobia and fear, sudden chills and startling thrills, and salaciou shumor that will make one scream with fright and laughter."
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Christmas is more than two months away, but the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular show at Radio City Music Hall in New York City is already selling out.
The annual pageant is on the holiday must list for thousands of nostalgic New Yorkers and families from around the world, and the Rockettes know how to cater to their audience. The 90-minute extravaganza will once again feature beautiful women, wooden soldiers, a living nativity scene, and Santa Claus.
The Rockettes are scheduled to perform four times a day from Nov. 8 through Dec. 30 (we're exhausted just thinking about it!). So, even though some of the more popular weekend performances are sold out, there are still plenty of opportunities to catch the show before it ends.
Prepping to be the host of The Tonight Show takes more than great jokes, it also takes some schmoozing with the folks at NBC's largest affiliate stations.
And, this is precisely what Jimmy Fallon is doing with his Clean Cut Comedy Tour. The tour is traveling to six of the network's largest affiliates - St. Louis, Atlanta, Tampa, Seattle, Los Angeles, and Denver - this fall and will include stand up by Jimmy and three Late Night regulars.
Tickets are now on sale for one of our favorite film festivals, the Chicago Film Food Festival, taking place Nov. 21 - 23, 2013.
The Food Film Fest, which also takes place annually in NYC and Charleston, is the only festival where attendees watch food films, then eat the food from the films.
The festival will take place at Kendall College and will be hosted by Travel Channel’s George Motz. Highlights of this year's CFFF are the opening night feature film about Michel Chapoutier and his wines, Food Porn star Larry Cauldwell's fondue film, and Matt Timms and his "Sugar Takedown."