May 7th, 2013
The Rolling Stones have been playing their way into ears all around the world for over five decades. They have sold more than 200 million albums worldwide and were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of fame in 1989. On top of that, Rolling Stone magazine listed them as number four on the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time” chart. Talk about huge accomplishments. If you will be visiting one of the hotels near Staples Center, do not miss your chance to see the Rolling Stones performing live at the Staples Center!
After playing a secret show at the Echoplex only a few short weeks ago, The Rolling Stones will be back in Los Angeles kicking off their “50 And Counting” tour at the Staples Center. The tour is titled “50 And Counting” because 2012 marked the 50th anniversary of the band’s first gig at the Marquee Club in London. If the show at the Echoplex is any indication of what the tour will be like, then it is sure to be a great show! It was a packed house and people lined up for hours, awaiting a chance to hopefully get a ticket to the show. Celebrities including Bruce Willis and Gwen Stefani were also in attendance.
Don’t miss your chance to see the legendary Rolling Stones! Though the band has been famous since the 1960’s, they have a classic musical style that transcends the decades. With 24 studio albums,...
April 8th, 2013
Springtime in Los Angeles is something truly spectacular. With sunny skies and fresh breezes, guests staying in hotels near Dodger Stadium should take a day to relax, enjoy some food, and watch a Dodger game! With the season in full swing and multiple games per week to choose from, a visit to Dodger Stadium is something anyone can fit into their trip.
Dodger Stadium has been enchanting the hearts of locals and visitors alike since its inception in 1962. The true blue spirit of the fans can be felt the moment you enter the stadium, and the energy remains throughout the entire game. There are special promotions every game that vary from giveaways for the first 50,000 fans that arrive to special prizes just for children. Be sure to check out all promotions here before the game!
Tickets start at just $14 and there are plenty of seats to choose from. Outside drinks are not allowed in the stadium, including water bottles, so be sure to throw anything out before entering. Not to worry though, there is a wide variety of food and drinks to choose from once inside. First time at Dodger Stadium? A dodger dog and an ice cold drink are a must! Want to enjoy the game without splurging a ton of cash on food? The “All You Can Eat Pavillion” offers unlimited dodger dogs, nachos, peanuts, and soft drinks for each ticket holder. Once you grab some food and something...
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