Feb 2
Get your McDonald's GospelFest tickets for the Prudential Center today!

Get your McDonald’s GospelFest tickets for the Prudential Center today!

The 2016 McDonald’s Gospelfest returns to Prudential Center May 7th!

 Buy Your McDonald’s GospelFest Tickets

Coming to Newark’s beautiful Prudential Center, McDonald’s Gospelfest is a magical day of beautiful performances by hundreds of amazingly talented performers.

Be there to experience every second on Saturday, May 7 — experience the joyful event that is Gospelfest!

You will witness the talent of rising stars of all ages as entertainers come together to celebrate their natural talents.

Watch these fantastic singers, dancers and musicians compete in a variety of categories which include: Soloists, Youth Choir, Adult Choir, Praise Dance, Step, Singing Groups, Gospel Comedians, Gospel Poets and Gospel Rappers.

Order Your Tickets Now and benefit from our Special Early Bird Pricing!

Jan 22
Sting and Peter Gabriel Tickets are on sale now for their upcoming tour!

Sting and Peter Gabriel Tickets are on sale now for their upcoming tour!

Sting and Peter Gabriel tickets are now available for their upcoming co-headlining tour!

With dates schedules for Jones Beach, MSG, and BB&T Pavilion, you won’t want to miss out on one of these shows!

Don’t miss the critically-acclaimed legend, Sting performing hits from his solo works and of course classics from his days with “The Police”.  Along with Sting is the great Peter Gabriel, who will play his countless hits before what is sure to be an electric crowd!

Check out some of the top local dates for Sting and Peter Gabriel below!

Sting & Peter Gabriel | Nikon at Jones Beach Theater | Friday, June 24th – Buy Tickets Now!

Sting & Peter Gabriel | BB&T Pavilion | Sunday, June 26th – Buy Tickets Now!

Sting & Peter Gabriel | Madison Square Garden | Monday, June 27th – Buy Tickets Now!

Jan 18
New events on sale this week including Frankie Valli In Atlantic City!

New events on sale this week including Frankie Valli In Atlantic City! Frankie Valli Tickets

Check out some of these great new events on sale this week at SelectATicket.com!

Adam Lambert | Sat, Feb 27th | Caesars Atlantic City | Atlantic City, NJ

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Adam Lambert | Tue, March 1st | State Theatre | New Brunswick, NJ

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Adam Lambert | Thu, March 3rd | Terminal 5 | NYC, NY

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Doo Wop Extravaganza | Sat, March 12th | NYCB Theatre | Westbury, NY

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Diana Ross | Thur, March 31st | State Theatre | New Brunswick, NJ

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Huey Lewis and The News | Sat, April 16th | Toyota Oakdale Theatre | Wallingford, CT

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Be sure to check out more great events at SelectATicket.com, where we have the right tickets, at the right price!

 

 

Jan 11
Get Tickets To See Meat Loaf in Montclair, NJ This March!

Get Tickets To See Meat Loaf in Montclair, NJ This March! Meat Loaf Tickets

Check out some of the great new events you can get tickets to this week at SelectATicket.com!

NXT Live | Fri, February 19th 6:00 PM | Asbury Park Convention Hall | Asbury Park, NJ

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Luke Bryan | Fri, February 26th 7:30 PM | Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncansillve, CT

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WWE: Live – Road to Wrestlemania | Sun, March 13th 5:00 PM | Giant Center | Hershey, PA

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Meat Loaf | Sat, March 19 8:00 PM | Wellmont Theatre | Montclair, NJ

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Dream Theater | Wed, April 20th 7:30 PM | Toyota Oakdale Theatre | Wallingford, CT

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Nov 25
NIT Tip-Off At Barclays Cente!

              NIT Tip-Off At Barclays Center!

Happy Thanksgiving, to you and your family from SelectATicket!  Before you settle in and relax, take a look at some of the great ticket offers for events this weekend.  Instead of hitting the mall on Black Friday, avoid the crowds and take in one of the following events, from basketball, to theater, concerts and more!  Act now while we have a great selection of seats available.

November 26th 2:00 PM – NIT Season Tip Off: Arkansas vs. Georgia Tech & Stanford vs. Villanova – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

November 27th 12:30 PM – NIT Season Tip-Off: 3rd Place & Championship Game – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

November 27th 6:30 PM – Barclays Center Classic: Cincinnati vs. Nebraska & George Washington vs. Tennessee – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

November 27th 7:30 PM – A Christmas Carol – Shubert Theater – New Haven, CT

November 27th 8:00 PM – My Morning Jacket – Beacon Theatre – New York, NY

November 28th 12:00 PM – Barclays Center Classic: Consolation & Championship Game – Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY

November 28th 2:00 PM – A View From The Bridge – Lyceum Theatre – New York, NY

November 28th 2:00 PM – Allegiance – Theatrical Production – Longacre Theatre – New York, NY

November 28th 2:00 PM – Misery – Broadhurst Theatre – New York, NY

November 28th 8:00 PM – Brian Setzer Orchestra – Bergen Performing Arts Center – Englewood, NJ

November 28th 8:00 PM – Scott Weiland  – Wellmont Theatre – Montclair, NJ

November 28th 8:00 PM – Wicked – Gershwin Theatre – New York, NY

And as always, SelectATicket.com has tickets available for all events.  Be sure to get yours while we have the right tickets, at the right price!

Nov 16
Justin Bieber Tickets On Sale For All Tour Dates

Tickets for Justin Bieber’s Purpose World Tour are on sale now!

One of the biggest pop acts of the last twenty years, Justin Bieber, is hitting the road this March for his Purpose World Tour!  Justin Bieber has maintained a stranglehold on the musical charts, and news headlines since he hit the scene back in 2009, and his following has only grown from there.  2016 will mark Justin’s first tour since 2013, and these are sure to be some of the hottest tickets of the year!

Get your tickets now and don’t miss out on hits like –

  • As Long As You Love Me
  • Boyfriend
  • Beauty and A Beat
  • Baby

..and many more!

SelectATicket.com has a great selection of seats available for all tour dates, with shows in the Tri-State area scheduled for –

Tickets are moving fast as fans want to make sure they don’t miss out on one of the hottest shows this year.  Head over to SelectATicket.com and get your tickets while we still have a great seats and great prices available!

 

Nov 2
Tickets available now for Black Sabbath, Theresa Caputo, Bryan Adams, Jeff Dunham, and many more!

Tickets available now for Black Sabbath, Theresa Caputo, Bryan Adams, Jeff Dunham, and many more!

New events on sale this week at SelectATicket.com include Black Sabbath, The Long Island Medium Theresa Caputo, Bryan Adams, Jeff Dunham, and many more!  These are some of the hottest shows out there now, and SelectATicket.com is here to provide you with the best seats at the best prices!  With the holidays just around the corner, one of these shows, or any of the other great events we stock, are sure to make someone on your shopping list happy!

New events this week include –

Black Sabbath Tickets –  After announcing their final tour, “The End”, Black Sabbath has extended their fairwell show and added new dates.  This is going to be your last chance to see the band that helped defined heavy metal play live, and with new dates set to carry on through the summer, it’s sure to be a memorable show.

New dates include-

Wednesday, August 17th, 2016 – Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre – Wantagh, NY

Friday, August 19th, 2016 – Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ

Tickets for Black Sabbath are moving quickly, so make sure you don’t miss out on one of these dates!

Theresa Caputo Tickets – TLC’s “Long Island Medium” brings her emotional, and powerful readings to the NYCB Theatre in Westbury, New York on Saturday, December 19th!  Theresa Caputo is one of the most famous and highly regarded medium’s in the industry, and her live shows leave audience members wanting more.  Don’t miss out on seeing Caputo live at Westbury this December!

Bryan Adams Tickets– Don’t miss Bryan Adams LIVE at the Beacon Theatre on February 11th, 2016!  Bryan Adams will be bringing his hits to New York this winter, and he always puts on one of the most fun rock shows you will see.  With hits like “Summer of ’69” and many more playing, it’s sure to be a great show, but tickets are moving fast as they always do for Bryan Adams, so don’t miss out while there are still some great seats available!

Jeff Dunham Tickets – One of the most popular and successful comedians out there today, Jeff Dunham will be bringing his jokes and “dummies” to New Jersey on February 11th, 2016 as they take over the Prudential Center in Newark!  Dunham has remained one of the most popular comedians throughout the years, thanks to his friends on stage, most famously, “Walter” who never seems to agree with Jeff on anything!  Jeff Dunham tickets always move fast, so don’t miss out on these great prices while they last!

Also newly on sale this week is 70’s Soul Jam: The Stylistics and Dramatic’s at the Beacon Theatre on February 13th, and music icon Tony Bennett playing the New Jersey Performing Arts Center on November 13th, and 14th.

As always, SelectATicket.com has tickets for all events, locally and nationwide, and we will be sure to find you the right tickets, at the right price!

 

 

Oct 20

Don’t miss out on sessions 1 and 2 of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament – LIVE at the     Barclays Center!

The NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament is back, and March Madness is front and center at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York!  That’s right!  Tickets for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament LIVE at the Barclays Center are on sale now right at SelectATicket.com.  Don’t miss out on this exciting, can’t miss tournament, that is sure to produce highlights and memorable finishes.  Tickets are available for all sessions which will be running on March 18th, and March 20th.

SelectATicket.com also has tickets available for every NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament which and can be found here, and you can be sure that we will always find you the right tickets, at the right price.

The Barclays Center is one of the best venues for basketball, as it was built specifically to host basketball games.  With great seats courtside, all the way to the upper levels, you’re sure to have a good view no matter where you sit.  Don’t miss out on seeing one of your favorite teams compete as they look to win the NCAA Tournament!  Follow the links below and pick your session while we still have a great selection of seats available!

Friday, March 18th – NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Rounds 1 & 2 – Session 1 Tickets

Friday, March 18th – NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Rounds 1 & 2 – Session 2 Tickets

Sunday, March 20th – NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament: Rounds 1 & 2 – Session 3 Tickets

 

Oct 13
New events on sale this week include, Z100 Jingle Ball, Kevin Hart, WWE Smackdown, and The Cure!

New events on sale this week include, Z100 Jingle Ball, Kevin Hart, WWE Smackdown, and The Cure!

With the holiday’s quickly approaching, some great events went on sale this week that could make someone on your shopping list incredibly happy!  From concerts to comedy shows, and even WWE Live, SelectATicket.com is sure to have tickets to the event you are looking for to make that special someone in your life happy.

Some of these incredible events include –

Z100’s Jingle Ball – live at Madison Square Garden in New York City!  Z100’s Jingle Ball is always one of the hottest shows of the year, and tickets are always hard to come by.  With a set list including stars including, The Weeknd, Calvin Harris, Selena Gomez, 5 Seconds Of Summer, Demi Lovato, and Nick Jonas, you will be hear some of the most popular songs from today, and there are surely some surprises in store with all of these superstars under one roof!

Kevin Hart: What Now? – Kevin Hart has become the biggest stand up comedian in the game.  From sold out shows in major venues like MSG, to number 1 box office movies, just about everywhere Kevin Hart goes, it’s sure to be a major event.  With shows scheduled for the State Theatre in New Brunswick, NJ, and the Paramount Theatre, these are some of the best settings for comedy shows, so make sure you don’t miss out on a memorable, hysterical evening!

WWE Smackdown – One of WWE’s most successful shows, Smackdown, comes back to the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on December 15th!  WWE remains one of the most popular family events every time it comes around, and Smackdown is one of their flagship shows, so it’s sure to be eventful and exciting!  Don’t miss out on top superstars like Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Dolph Ziggler, and many more!

The Cure – The Cure will be LIVE at Madison Square Garden for two nights, June 18th and June 19th 2016!  One of the most influential bands of all time, lead by Robert Smith, The Cure has endless hits like “Just Like Heaven”, “Boys Don’t Cry” and “Inbetween Days”, the Garden is going to electric as these icons take the stage.

Also newly on sale this week is Q102 Jingle Ball at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA, Dennis DeYoung playing the hits of Styx at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, NJ, and many more!  Be sure to head over to SelectATicket.com while there are still great seats available to all of these shows, and we’ll be sure to find you the right tickets, at the right price!

Sep 29
New events on sale this week, including - Jimmy Buffett, Michael Bolton, and Black Sabbath!

New events on sale this week, including – Jimmy Buffett, Michael Bolton, and Black Sabbath!

With fall in full swing, some great events have gone on sale this week for the coming months!  Be sure you don’t miss out on one of these great events while there are still a great selection of seats available!

Some of these amazing events include –

Jimmy Buffett and The Coral Reefer Band  liveat Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York on December 31st, 2015.  If you’ve never seen Jimmy Buffett live before, it’s an incredible experience as the whole show is one big party, and at a new state of the art venue like Barclays, it’s sure to be a memorable evening.

Michael Bolton live at the Mayo Center For The Performing Arts in Morristown, New Jersey on November 30th, 2015.  Michael Bolton is always a hit no matter where he plays.  The Mayo Center in Morristown is truly a great venue for live shows, as it’s an intimate setting with great sound and views no matter where you are sitting.

Black Sabbth: The End live at Madison Square Garden on February 25th and 27th, 2016.  Black Sabbath is one of the most iconic bands in music history, and “The End” will be their final tour together.  For two nights, they will take the stage at the “World’s Most Famous Arena” to play all of their hits.  This is a great chance to see these legends in person one last time!

Tickets for each show can be found in the links below, so make sure you don’t miss out while we have a great selection available of seats available at even better prices!

  1.  Jimmy Buffett Tickets
  2. Michael Bolton Tickets
  3. Black Sabbath Tickets

 

Sep 16

Black Sabbath, Janet Jackson, and Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tickets On Sale Now!

This week some great new events have gone on sale, and there really are some great shows to make sure you don’t miss out on.  Below, you can check out the top events on sale, and see when they’ll be near you.  Some of these events include heavy metal legends Black Sabbath, as they embark on their final tour – with one of the hottest dates being February 25th at Madison Square Garden.  Another popular tour is Janet Jackson’s “Unbreakable World Tour”, in support of her upcoming 11th studio album, “Unbreakable”.  And one of the most popular every holiday season, The Trans-Siberian Orchestra, is on sale now for dates across the country!

Below you can follow the links for each show, and make sure you lock up your tickets while we have a great selection available!

  1. Black Sabbath Tickets
  2. Janet Jackson Tickets
  3. Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tickets
  4. The Weeknd Tickets
  5. Jingle Bell Bottom Ball
Sep 15
Me and my Dad at the Mets game for his birthday in June of 2011.

Me and my Dad at the Mets game for his birthday in June of 2011.

For as long as I can remember I’ve loved baseball. What many find boring and slow, I find exciting and incredibly deep. The little parts of the game, where you’re throwing an 0-2 pitch, how you attack each hitter in a lineup, defensive shifts, etc. Baseball season is my favorite time of year, even though the team that has my heart has done nothing but break it for the better part of my life.

That team would be the New York Mets. Flushing’s lovable losers. I was born after the incredible 1986 team, so the closest I’ve come to seeing a championship for my team is in 2000 when they lost to the New York Yankees in The World Series, and of course, Carlos Beltran looking at that Adam Wainwright curveball in game 7 of the 2006 NLCS. We all know where the Mets went after Beltran went down looking. The historic collapses of ‘07, and ‘08. Disappointing high payroll teams of ‘09, and ‘10. And more recently, the team’s ownership being mixed up with Bernie Madoff, and not having the finances to spend like a New York team.

Despite these bad teams throughout the years, I would always watch the majority of Mets games throughout the seasons. It didn’t matter if it was bad baseball, or good baseball, I love the sport, and the team. A team full of superstars or a team full of minor league level talent, I was locked in on them from April until October, and I always had one person that was my go to for anything Mets, my father, Joseph Pirozzi. We would watch almost every game together, from my youth until adulthood. If we missed a game together, we always discussed the outcome. If we disagreed on something, we let each other know. Sometimes our discussions got heated, as no two people can agree on things all the time. Regardless, baseball season, specifically the Mets season, was special for both of us, and it continues to be special for me, although bittersweet.

My father died suddenly in January of 2012, days before my 23rd birthday. He was, and remains, the best friend I’ve ever had, and I continue to miss him every day. At the beginning of every baseball season, I still have moments where I go to call him to talk about the team, or a divisional rival making a big move. I don’t know if that will ever change. He was as passionate, and angry about the team as I was. This is the same man that when I was in 6th grade let me stay home from school for two days after the Yankees beat the Mets in the 2000 World Series because I was so upset. I grew up going to games at Shea Stadium. We even broke off a piece of Shea in our last visit in 2008. For his last birthday with us in 2011, I took him to his first game at Citi Field, and since his passing, I go to a game every year on(or around) his birthday to celebrate his life, as he would want me to.

Unfortunately in his last years with us, the team didn’t have any seasons that stand out. From the collapses, to just plain bad teams, it was more about individual performances and moments. Among his favorite players were RA Dickey and Johan Santana. Both of those players put forth important performances in team history in the year of his passing. RA Dickey winning the 2012 Cy Young award, and Johan Santana pitching the first no hitter in Mets history.

I got to meet RA Dickey in April of 2012 as the season was just beginning and got to tell him just how big of a fan my father and I were, and told him of Dad’s passing. He took time to talk me and my sister at the autograph signing, and it meant a lot to me to see his genuine care. The Johan no hitter was wonderful to watch. As all Mets fans know, until Johan’s gem, the Mets were one of two teams to never have a pitcher throw a no hitter. This was a constant ongoing joke between me and Dad, as we both believed it would never happen. When it finally happened on June 1st, 2012, I let out a scream of joy, not just for my team, but knowing that Dad was there, in some sense, as elated as I was. Unfortunately this would be the highest points the Mets would reach since the 2006 season…

Until the 2015 season that is…

The New York Mets finally had some hope and buzz coming into the 2015 season. Behind a young pitching staff consisting of reigning Rookie of the Year Jacob deGrom, the returning Matt Harvey, rookies Steven Matz and Noah Syndergaard, and veterans Bartolo Colon and Jon Niese, Mets fans finally had something to look forward to. After a first half of inconsistency, and poor offense, the front office finally got aggressive, picking up veteran bats in Juan Uribe and Kelly Johnson, and trading for the unbelievable bat of Yoensis Cespedes, who is an MVP candidate despite the fact he’s only been with the team since August 1st. As of this writing on September 15th, the Mets are 83-61, with a 9.5 game lead over the Washington Nationals, and their magic number stands at 10.

For the first time since 2006, there will be postseason baseball in Flushing Meadows, New York. For the first time since it’s opening, there will be postseason baseball at Citi Field. And for me personally, the Mets will be playing postseason baseball without my Dad by my side to watch with me. This is truly bittersweet. The New York Mets this season have been special in so many ways. They have faced so much adversity, and come through stronger, and better. They were in one of the lowest points a franchise could be in for years, and they’ve come through on the other side of things, finally seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. In my own life, I feel that for the first time, since my father’s passing, I’m coming through stronger, and better. And no, it’s not because of a baseball team. It’s a number of things. Things I’ve done to better myself, a stroke of blind luck, and just the way things are falling into place. Between a new job, moving out of my childhood home, meeting an incredible woman who truly makes me happy, things are working out for the better, finally.

The Mets, are almost a microcosm of everything I’ve felt since my Dad passed away. It sounds silly to compare it to sports, but when this team was such a huge part of my relationship with my Dad, I can’t help but think that. When the Mets clinch their first playoff berth since 2006 in the next few weeks, I will be emotional, for sure. Knowing that my Dad is watching down, but not here with me to celebrate, or even go to a game with, hurts every time I think about it. I keep his David Wright jersey hanging in my closet, and have not worn it once since he passed. Come the first playoff game for the Mets this year, you can bet I’ll be wearing it even if it is two or three sizes too big. If I attend any of these playoff games, you can bet I’ll be wearing it then, too.

I don’t expect the Mets to win it all this year. Hell, I didn’t expect them to even make the playoffs, let alone win the NL East. It doesn’t matter. For the first time since my Dad passed away, I feel that same spark with the Mets that I did watching every game with him. I felt that spark watching BAD Mets teams with my father, and it was because of the bond I had with him. And since this season started, even before this magical run, I felt that spark watching this team. Something different, but familiar. It’s not about the players, the coaches, or opponents. It’s about the team. He would want me to be happy about this team, and I am. Now I’m just ready for the ride. I love and miss you Dad, and Let’s Go Mets!

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Aug 8

There are only a few shows left for audiences to be astounded by Neil Patrick Harris starring as Hedwig on Broadway in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. At the most recent Tony Awards, the show took  home four trophies, including Best Revival of a Musical and Best Actor in a Musical for Neil Patrick Harris. The show takes place at New York’s Belasco Theatre.

On Aug. 20, Tony Award nominee Andrew Rannells, also known from Girls and The Book of Mormon, is set to take over as Hedwig through Oct. 12. Rannells is no stranger to Hedwig, according to Entertainment Weekly, he previously played the character in an unrelated production in Austin, Texas in 2001.

Hedwig, a tale of a transgendered rock star wannabe from East Berlin, is brilliantly innovative and raucously entertaining, and “makes Broadway rock harder than ever before” (Time Out New York).

Hedwig and the Angry Inch is an American musical which is innovative, heartbreaking and downright hilarious at times. The show was called “the Best Rock Musical Ever” by Rolling Stone Magazine.

Grab your Hedwig and the Angry Inch tickets from SelectATicket.com today!

Dec 28

America has always had dual obsessions with fame and murder.

These two themes have always moved newspapers and attracted viewers. Since 1975 the classic musical "Chicago" explores this obsession, following the murderous acts of Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly and the national attention that surrounds their trials.

Set in Prohibition‐Era Chicago, the musical illuminates the Jazz age and America's focus on pretty people performing ugly deeds.

The musical, a recipient of countless Tony Awards, exposes audiences to the nature of celebrity, changing gender roles in the 20th century, and the fluid nature of justice.

In "Chicago," Roxy and Velma compete for the attention of their mutual lawyer, Billy Flynn, along with the attention of the national press.

It becomes obvious that in order to avoid prosecution for their heinous murders, the two must present themselves as innocent victims instead of murderous criminals.

In 2000 the Academy Award winning film rendition of Chicago reintroduced Americans to this genius musical.

The film is great but there’s nothing like seeing Chicago on Broadway!

Fans can expect the seamless jazz songs and dancing accompaniment that made the play a classic.

Expect to hear the same strong vocals from the cast and be ready to laugh at the strong humor coming from the darkest of scenarios.

The musical is performing at New York's famous Ambassador Theatre, find your tickets at Select-A-Ticket and witness the "Razzle Dazzle" for yourself!

Dec 24

"A Christmas Story" is a movie that has brought families together to laugh during the Holiday season since its release in 1983. Children and parents laugh at young Ralphie's undying desire to receive a Red Rider B.B. Gun for Christmas, though everyone warns him that he will shoot his eye out.

Along the road to Christmas, Ralphie finds himself in and out of trouble for the things children do, however through his point of view, each misstep could be his end. However the film has become a long-lasting Christmas classic, for it illuminates the importance of family during the Holidays. It is not the Red Rider B.B. Gun that is truly important, but instead the strange, but loving family that gets him through the mistakes of his adolescence.

But we've seen the movie so many times! Families can quote Ralphie and his foul‐mouthed father word for word. Countless children have flailed in panic as they tested whether or not their tongues would stick to a frozen metal pole. But now is your opportunity to watch this classic with a twist!

This holiday season, New York City's Lunt‐fontanne Theatre will be staging "A Christmas Story!" Don't miss your chance to purchase tickets in order to reintroduce yourself to the story as if you are seeing it again for the very first time! In this time of giving, it is good to know that gifts like this will be remembered by family and friends for years to come. There is a limited opportunity to purchase your seats from Select‐A‐Ticket as "A Christmas Story" has its final performance on December 30, 2012.

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