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Cinderella the Musical brings the beloved fairy tale to life in more than a dozen cities this year, and coming to the New Orleans Saenger Theatre, October 27th -thru November 1st. Experience Rodgers and Hammerstein's magnificent take on this classic fairy tale, as it's been adapted as a Broadway musical for the very first time. This timeless work is magical for the entire family, and now you can witness Cinderella, the carriage, and the ball along with wonderfully written tunes of classic Rodgers and Hammerstein songs like “Impossible; It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago” .


Stars of the national tour include Paige Faure as Ella and Andy Jones as Prince Topher. Both actors were members of Cinderella’s original Broadway cast.


Purchase your Cinderella tickets HERE and don't miss this timeless musical LIVE on stage.





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{{{ALL SAINTS WEEKENDS}}}} are BACK! NOLA Nites Tickets & Concierge Services now has the Saints weekend packages available for all the home games! Includes tickets to your choice of game, a fully stocked condo in the french quarter complete with a pool and hot tub for your pleasure, two courtyards, breakfast on Sunday mornings, and parking garage! Optional lunch/dinner add-ons available! The packages are tailored to your group, so anything you want can be added into one low price! Contact us for rates and availability! #‎WHODAT‬!


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Beloved singer-songwriter, Josh Groban's 'The Stages Tour' will launch this fall and include more than 20 shows at intimate theaters across North America; stopping at New Orleans' Saenger Theatre on October 21st!  Groban’s forthcoming album, “Stages,” released on April 28. The new record is comprised entirely of covers of Broadway songs, including selections from The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, A Chorus Line, Carousel, and many other adored stage shows. The album also features duets with Audra McDonald and Kelly Clarkson.

His first four solo albums reached multi-platinum status, and now this magnificent, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter is headed to New Orleans! Get your Tickets HERE!

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In anticipation of his forthcoming album, iconic ‘80s rocker Billy Idol confirmed he will return for a headlining tour. Idol and his band will arrive in New Orleans on September 28th & 29th at the House of Blues. Idol has been keeping busy with two exciting new projects for fans. His first official autobiography, “Dancing with Myself,”  and he’s also set to release “Kings and Queens of the Underground,” his first album of original music since 2005’s “Devil’s Playground.” The album’s lead single, “Can’t Break Me Down,” already debuted, becoming Idol’s first new single since 2008.

Grab your Billy Idol tickets HERE and prepare to witness an electrifying live show from one of the most enduring performers to come out of the ‘80s punk scene. Idol’s concerts mix new material with favorite tracks like “Rebel Yell,” resulting in one unforgettable, high-energy show from this charismatic English musician.



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Journey into an exciting underwater world and watch a timeless tale unfold before your eyes during a live performance of The Little Mermaid. Based on the classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson, this show tells the story of a mermaid who makes a deal with a witch to have a chance at true love. Whether performed as a ballet, opera, or play, this story continues to be a favorite with audiences around the world coming to the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans, Sept. 15th -thru- 20th! 

GET YOUR LITTLE MERMAID TICKETS HERE!


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The opportunity to catch a live performance by Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood has become rarer over the years, helping to make each concert event one for the ages. Boasting one of the most successful careers in music history, don't miss the chance to experience a performance by this country legend when they take the stage at the Smoothie King Center Arena in New Orleans on July 10th and 11th!

GET YOUR GARTH BROOKS TICKETS HERE!





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Our office will be closed Friday, May 22 -thru- Monday, May 25th for Memorial Day weekend. Our ticket website, www.nolanitestickets.info will be open 24/7 for all your ticket needs. With convenient seat selection and ordering directly on the site, our ticket inventory has been updated with all our current events and game seats. For condo reservations, please call our main number on Tuesday, May 26th. Thank you and enjoy your holiday!

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Rock and roll the night away with 3 Doors Down during the group’s upcoming performance at the Bold Sphere Stage at Champions Square on July 19th!  Founded in Escatawpa, Miss., in 1996, this heavy rock outfit rocketed to fame with its debut single "Kryptonite," which has been certified Platinum more than five times in the U.S. alone. Whether you’re crooning along to "Here Without You" or belting out "When I'm Gone," seeing 3 Doors Down live is sure to be a memorable concert experience!

Multi-platinum alternative rock trio Seether released their highly anticipated sixth studio album, Isolate And Medicate, on July 1st, 2014. The band has again teamed with ace producer Brendan O'Brien (Springsteen, Pearl Jam) to deliver the most poignant, passionate, and powerful record of their career. Having racked up seventeen Top 5 multi-format hits including eleven #1 singles, Seether, Billboard's 2011 Active Rock Artist of the Year, is gearing up to join 3 Doors Down on the Bold Sphere Stage at Champions Square. Grab your tickets HERE and rock out with your - - - -out! 

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Formed in 2010 by friends Brian Kelly and Tyler Hubbard, Florida Georgia Line is most well-known for their hit single, “Cruise,” which was number 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart for 24 weeks. With fellow performers, Thomas Rhett and Frankie Ballard, Florida Georgia Line headlines a show at the Smoothie King Center on October 16th!  Grab your tickets HERE and catch one of country music's rising stars!

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Daniel Cormier will face Ryan Bader in a light heavyweight contest at UFC Fight Night “Cormier vs. Bader” on June 6.

Ultimate Fighting Championship officials announced the pairing on Wednesday. The bout will serve as the card’s main event at the Smoothie King Center.

Cormier, 35, is coming off the first defeat of his career, a unanimous decision loss against Jon Jones at UFC 182. The former Strikeforce heavyweight will attempt to return to No. 1 contender status against another fighter with a strong wrestling background. The fight will be Cormier’s sixth under the UFC banner and the second consecutive time he has been part of the main event.

Bader, 31, has strung together four consecutive wins since being finished by Glover Teixeira at UFC Fight Night “Teixeira vs. Bader” in 2013. “Darth” is coming off a split decision win over Phil Davis in January and has not finished a fight since UFC, when he submitted Vladimir Matyushenko via guillotine choke. Get your tickets HERE and be ring side for the main event!
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Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus has been entertaining for decades, touring in cities all over the nation, and shows no signs of slowing down. Children of all ages will love seeing animals live and up close, and they'll be mesmerized by the wonder of motorcycle high-wire acts, double-decker trapeze shows starring skilled acrobats, and clowns! Families love a day at the circus, so be sure to get your tickets HERE for their New Orleans performances at the Smoothie King Center - June 18th through June 21st!

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Be sure not to miss Ariana Grande when the budding starlet takes the stage at the Smoothie King Center on Oct. 9th with Prince Royce! Though she got her big break via Broadway and Nickelodeon, this multi-talented entertainer has since successfully made the transition into a full-fledged singer. Grande’s chart- topping debut album “Yours Truly” helped solidify her fame and she's continued to be a force in the music industry ever since. Check out our tickets HERE for her New Orleans performance!

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Join the New Orleans Zephyrs for their home games at the team's fabulous field on Airline Drive and experience great family fun. This is Triple-A baseball at its best!

Spend an evening watching the boys of summer slug it out with 10,000 other screaming fans. Sit back in your comfortable chair and munch on a chili dog, pizza or onion mum and sip a cool local beer.

Throughout each season, look for fun promotional nights…from amusing give aways to $1 beers. Make sure to attend the Thursday night concerts, a local favorite.

Zephyr Field (affectionately called the "Shrine on Airline" by locals) has become a focal point for family entertainment in the Greater New Orleans area.

Advance tickets are available HERE from NOLA Nites Tickets
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Get ready for a night of hard rock bliss with Papa Roach. With loud guitar blaring, join in chanting the chorus as Papa Roach takes the stage live at the House of Blues - New Orleans! Joined by We Are Harlot on May 23rd at 8 pm, get your tickets HERE early for the best seats in the house!
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Canadian prog-rock trio Rush confirmed plans to visit more than 30 cities in summer 2015 to celebrate the band’s 40th anniversary. The R40 Live Tour will will stop in New Orleans at the Smoothie King Center on May 22, and endure through the summer...

Rush has not announced plans to release a new album in tandem with the 40th anniversary tour, so fans are expecting that the band will fill its 2015 set list with greatest hits from its four decades together. The outfit’s most recent album was 2012’s “Clockwork Angels,” which became the band’s first No. 1 release in Canada in three decades.

Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson forever altered the rock music landscape with their genre-bending progressive rock hits, so score your Rush tickets HERE and celebrate four decades of the band's music in concert during the anniversary tour.
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When the New Orleans Saints traded their great tight end, Jimmy Graham, to the Seattle Seahawks, cries of concern were heard about the direction of the team, especially the future of quarterback Drew Brees, who turned 36-years old in January.

Was the Graham trade a precursor to an overhaul that included moving away from the diminutive Brees? Would the Saints trade up in the draft to get a new quarterback? Would they at least find another great receiver to help the little guy find an easy target when in trouble?

The Saints may or may not have addressed those concerns in the draft.

They used their first draft pick, No. 13 overall, to seek protection for Brees with Stanford's Andrus Peat, a 6-7, 317-pound tackle. More him later.

The Saints then added to their defense with Clemson inside linebacker Stephone Anthony (Rd. 1/No. 31 overall) with the pick they got back in the Graham deal, and Washington outside linebacker Hau'oli Kikaha (2/44).

Then the team made an interesting move that neither confirmed nor denied that the Saints are concerned about the longevity, as well as health, of Brees.

They drafted gritty Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson (3/75), who many believed to be an overachiever in college, a reputation that was often hung on Brees, who was intended to be the odd-man out after the 2004 draft when San Diego more or less simultaneously juggled the fates of Brees, Philip Rivers and Eli Manning during a curious moment in NFL history.

Brees endured as the 2004 NFL Comeback Player of the Year in San Diego, which used the franchise tag to keep him in 2005. But the season ended with Brees undergoing shoulder surgery and, with Rivers on the roster, the Chargers were disinclined to out-bid the Saints, who also out-wrestled the Miami Dolphins to get him.

That was then and, although there were great years since, now he is 36 with two years left on his massive contract.

Disregarding the selection of Grayson for a moment here and at least a year on the field, that brings this back to the Saints drafting Peat to play tackle. Well that is where he played at Stanford, although not unanimously rated a first-round pick.

The Saints have two returning starters at the position in third-year pro Terron Armstead, who plays left tackle, with 10-year veteran Zach Strief on the right side, they hope to make sure Brees can stay healthy for another year or two.

"We viewed (tackle) as a position that wasn't a high priority in the draft, but it was certainly a need position," coach Sean Payton said. "Maybe not a must, but a need. Terron and Zach, shoot, one's a veteran, experienced, tremendous leader for us at right tackle and the other one is a real sharp and talented left tackle," he said. Andrus will come in and I'm sure we'll give him reps at both positions."

And as for Grayson, the Saints probably need an heir-apparent to Brees, who has made the Pro Bowl in eight of his nine seasons with the team.

Payton worked out several quarterbacks and put a second-round grade on Grayson, then hand-picked him as the only one of those players he wanted.

"Throw out the grade," Payton said. "He was a player we wanted."

"I'm just extremely excited to get behind him and learn as much as I can," Grayson, who had 7,702 yards, 55 touchdowns and 18 interceptions the past two seasons, said of possibly playing behind Brees. "I'm going to come down there and compete like I'm the starter, like any position should.

"I'm just extremely excited to learn from him, and hopefully, I'll learn as much as I can to prepare me through the next couple years."

The Saints will take a closer look at their new player during next week's rookie mini camp (May 15-17). Until then, here is a look at the Saints as they head into 2015.

2014 RECORD: 7-9, 2nd in NFC South

COACH: Sean Payton
9th season as Saints/NFL head coach
86-52 overall; 6-4 postseason

2015 CAMP SCHEDULE
Rookie Camp: May 15-17
OTA Workouts: May 26-28, June 2-4, June 8-11
Mandatory Mini camp: June 16-18

GRADING THE DRAFT -- C-

The Saints addressed big concerns along the offensive line and middle linebacker with their two first round picks in Andrus Peat and Stephone Anthony, but frankly, I'm considerably lower on both of them than many, including (obviously) Mickey Loomis and his staff. I will acknowledge that Peat's lack of a mean streak isn't as important in New Orleans' pass-happy attack and that his length and balance will be accentuated in this scheme. The hard-charging Anthony fits coordinator Rob Ryan's scheme well, but he isn't the dominant defender that his workouts would indicate. Edge rusher Hau'oli Kikaha was certainly productive at Washington and has the heavy hands and motor to star off the edge but (like Anthony) he's isn't the most disciplined or fluid changing directions, leaving him vulnerable to play-action. Cornerback P.J. Williams has the instincts and physicality to be successful in the NFL but must clean up his tackling, as too often he'll lower his shoulder but fail to wrap up sufficiently. I'm a fan of investing middle- and late-round picks in quarterbacks and see potential in Garrett Grayson, but given the puzzling trades of some of New Orleans' top targets, Drew Brees might be less than thrilled that a pick was invested in his potential replacement rather than helping the Saints win now. With nine picks (including five among the top 78), frankly, I expected more.


SCOUTING ALL DRAFT PICKS
--Round 1/13 -- Andrus Peat, T, 6-7, 316, Stanford
The Saints wanted extra protection for Drew Brees, which came in the form of Peat, an All-America selection that started his last 27 games at left tackle.
--Round 1/31 -- Stephone Anthony, ILB, 6-3, 243, Clemson
Excelled against the run and the pass at Clemson with 34.5 tackles behind the line, 9.5 sacks and three interceptions in starting 35 games.
--Round 2/44 -- Hau'oli Kikaha, OLB, 6-2, 253, Washington
Certainly fills the need of a pass rusher for the Saints who led the nation with 19 sacks last season after coming back from two ACL surgeries.
--Round 3/75 -- Garrett Grayson, QB, 6-2, 213, Colorado State
Could this productive passer, the Mountain West Conference player of the year, be the heir-apparent to Drew Brees in a couple years?
--Round 3/78 -- P.J. Williams, CB, 6-0, 194, Florida State
Well-known for his leaping ability, the Saints are hoping he can add some depth behind starters Keenan Lewis and Brandon Browner.
--Round 5/148 -- Davis Tull, OLB, 6-2, 246, Tennessee-Chattanooga
The Saints like the pass-rushing ability of Tull, whose rare combination of size, speed and strength helped him collect 10 sacks last season.
--Round 5/154 -- Tyeler Davison, DT, 6-2, 316, Fresno State
Big player in the middle can also pressure the quarterback with 14.5 sacks the last two seasons, but could be asked to play outside as well in 3-4.
--Round 5/167 -- Damian Swann, CB, 6-0, 189, Georgia
Saints had to trade up to get a shot at Swann, whose forte is in bump-and-run coverage like their two current starters -- Lewis and Browner.
--Round 7/230 -- Marcus Murphy, RB/KR, 5-9, 198, Missouri
The Saints were in need of an all-purpose threat like Murphy, who also returned seven kicks for touchdowns while at Missouri.

NOTABLE VETERANS ACQUIRED:
--CB Brandon Browner: UFA Patriots; $15M/3 yrs, $3.9M SB/$7.75M guaranteed.
--LB Dannell Ellerbe (trade Dolphins).
--WR Joe Morgan: FA; $600,000/1 yr, $15,000 SB.
--DE Anthony Spencer: UFA Cowboys; $950,000/1 yr, $80,000 SB/$230,000 guaranteed.
--RB C.J. Spiller: UFA Bills; $16M/4 yrs, $5M SB/$9M guaranteed.
--C Max Unger (trade Seahawks).
--CB Kyle Wilson: UFA Jets; $825,000/1 yr, $80,000 SB.

NOTABLE PLAYERS LOST:
--RB Travaris Cadet: Not tendered as RFA/Patriots; $1.75M/2 yrs, $65,000 SB.
--TE Jimmy Graham (traded Seahawks).
--G Ben Grubbs (traded Chiefs).
--LB Curtis Lofton (released/failed physical).
--CB Patrick Robinson: UFA Chargers; $2M/1 yr, $1M SB/$1.25M guaranteed.
--WR Kenny Stills (traded Dolphins).
--RB Pierre Thomas (released).
--DT Tyrunn Walker: Not tendered as RFA/Lions; $1.75M/1 yr.
--CB Corey White (released).

PRE-SEASON PEEK -- Mark that calendar
All times Central
Aug. 13: at Baltimore (Thu.), 6:30
Aug. 22: NEW ENGLAND (Sat.), TBD
Aug. 30: HOUSTON (Sun.), 3:00
Sept. 3: at Green Bay (Thu.), 6:00

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Former “Wicked” star and voice to Elsa the Snow Queen in the Disney hit, “Frozen,” Idina Menzel is set to take her talents on the road for a highly anticipated 2015 World Tour. The multi-talented singer is perhaps best known for her time spent on Broadway, which she returned to in 2014 to star in the musical, “If/Then,” in a year that also included an Academy Award win and rise up the charts for the ever-popular “Frozen” single, “Let It Go.” Just in time for the holidays, Menzel also dropped her first Christmas album, “Holiday Wishes,” which also marked her first release since 2012.

For the World Tour, Menzel will likely cover a variety of tracks from her expansive discography, which dates all the way back to her 1998 debut, “Still I Can’t Be Still.”
This Tony Award-winning singer-songwriter will be stopping in New Orleans for one sensational performance live on stage at the Saenger Theatre, July 30th! So grab your tickets HERE from NOLA Nites Tickets and witness one of Broadway's burgeoning stars rise before your eyes.

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Secure your seats HERE to Move Live on Tour and witness mesmerizing routines from dance royalty Julianne and Derek Hough. Complete with dazzling sets, energetic music, numerous costume changes, and a host of skilled backup dancers, this riveting show breathes new life into the world of modern dance!




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A perennial force in the NFC South, the New Orleans Saints come equipped with prime athletes on both ends of the ball, giving fans plenty to cheer about inside the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. With marquee match-ups against divisional foes like the Atlanta Falcons, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Carolina Panthers annually on the schedule, as well as battles against other top NFL teams, be sure to purchase your Saints tickets early. Our countless seating options and unmatched personalized service provide a hassle-free experience, while every order comes backed by our Buyer Guarantee, no matter which game you choose to attend from the 2015 Saints schedule. Score your tickets HERE from NOLA Nites Tickets and go watch the Saints take on some of the best teams in the NFL this season.

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