With 2019 just starting off, it feels like summer is a ways away. While the temperatures may not be high just yet, music festival season is just around the corner and some start as early as next month. Get prepared for 2019 Festival Season, because this year promises to be a good one.
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Golf is a sport that has been around for centuries, and its fame is still at an all-time high hundreds of years later. The Masters Golf Tournament is not only the biggest golf event in the world, but also the biggest sporting event, and it’s one you don’t want to miss.
The 2019 Super Bowl is the event of a lifetime, and one you definitely don’t want to miss! Guarantee yourself getting the most out of it and make the right decisions for travel, stay, and more.
Pebble Beach Golf Links has been ranked the No. 1 Golf Course in America by Golf Digest and is revered as one of the most beautiful courses in the country. This year, the remarkable course hosts the U.S. Open for the 6th time. As the best pros in the game play on the challenging greens among the beautiful Pacific and Monterey cliffs, it will be an event you won’t want to miss.
FC Barcelona and Real Madrid share a long-standing rivalry that runs deeper than hometown pride. It’s one of the biggest rivalries in sports and the biggest in football… and here’s where it all started.
The official 2019 Coachella lineup is here. Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, Weezer, Ariana Grande, Diplo and more headline one of music’s biggest fests. Secure your tickets to the one and only Coachella Valley.
The NBA All-Star Game comes around once a year and it isn't like your typical big sports event, and especially not like your typical basketball game. As the league’s only exhibition game, here’s what makes the NBA All-Star Game stand out, and why you should consider going to it this upcoming year.
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Tokyo, Japan is a thriving city that masters both modernity and history and never falls short of sights to see or new experiences. Whether you’re attending the 2020 Summer Games or planning a bucket-list vacation, we’ve got your to-do list started.
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Attending the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo is not a typical vacation, and the Games' vast appeal and the costs to attend reflect the richness of the event itself - its ancient history, displays of athleticism, and performances. Experiencing a modern Olympic Games has people from around the world clamoring for tickets. It is this great demand for tickets, as well as the costs of building and upgrading Tokyo's facilities to host the events, that accounts for the high, but not excessive, ticket prices.
The Opening Ceremonies are certainly popular and most of the athletic events will garner a premium based on their popularity alone. Not only do those aspiring to attend the Games need to consider the costs for tickets to the events, but other costs, such as airfare, hotel, and food, should be considered when planning a trip of Olympic magnitude.
Ticket prices for events will be between $40 US and $70 US, but keep in mind that some events are more popular than others. For example, a seat at the Opening Ceremonies may cost as much as $350 US, with the most expensive seats averaging $2,500 US. To keep the Games accessible to all, though, roughly half of the tickets sold will be around $70 US. After adding in other traveling needs, it is reasonable to expect an average cost of $4,000 US to attend three to five days of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Although a specific date for ticket sales has not been announced, expect that tickets for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo will be on sale in the spring of 2019. So, there is still plenty of time to compare prices and plan an enjoyable experience, and to find the best deals on what you will need for this unique and perhaps once-in-a-lifetime Olympic experience.
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Austin City Limits is one of the largest music festivals in the nation. Taking place at Zilker Park each year in Austin, Texas, a yearly 450,000 attendees come to see hundreds of concerts each October in clear view of downtown, Austin.
Starting this year, the bag policy has changed at ACL for safety purposes. Multi-pockets are no longer permitted, but single-pocket drawstring backpacks are along with small purses, fanny packs, handbags, and empty hydration packs. More information is available on the ACL website here: https://www.aclfestival.com/safety/.
ACL traditionally has seven stages with full lineups Friday, Saturday, and Sunday two weekends in a row as well as smaller acts in tents. Rows of food trucks and drink tents line with Austin fare line the sides of the park, and you’ll see a huge variety of music acts. Historically, ACL has hosted Paul McCartney, Metallica, Bjork, Depeche Mode, Kendrick Lamar, Pearl Jam, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Run The Jewels, Gorillaz, and countless others. Austin City Limits brings in a variety of genres and, as a result, all sorts of fans.
Although you should make sure you don’t miss the top acts from your favorite artists, ACL also brings in a host of local or up-and-coming talents each year like Gina Chavez, The Bishops, Bombino, and La Femme.
If you need ACL tickets, or want to go to Austin City Limits with all the planning taken care of for you, contact www.xeniaevents.com today!
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Hosted by a different city every four years, the Summer Games are watched intently across the world. In 2020, the Games make their way to Tokyo for the 2nd time in Olympic history. Here’s what you need to know about what to expect and how you can experience it live.
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