U of O Lobbyists Hawk Rose Bowl Tickets To Lawmakers


Oregon state legislators last week got a special offer from the University of Oregon's Office of Government and Community Relations, its in-house lobbying shop: tickets to the Rose Bowl.In the following email, sent Dec. 13 and obtained by WW today, a staff member in the office offers lawmakers access to tickets "on a first come-first served basis." The email gives the ticket price as $175—that's ...   More
Friday, December 23, 2011 COREY PEIN

Usher Ticket Giveaway: Send Us Your Fan-Art!


You may have noticed that we don't do a ton of ticket giveaways here at LocalCut. That's because a pair of $10 concert tickets doesn't always seem like the biggest win in the world. But when we can hook our most creative reader up with two tickets to see Usher at the Rose Garden on Thursday, May 26? You can bet that's a contest we're excited about. I mean, it's Usher. Living legend, R&B savior, ...   More
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 CASEY JARMAN

Monsters of Folk Ticket Giveaway! Draw Us a Cartoon! Win Two Tix!

UPDATE: Holy crap this is still here! Got nice responses! Announcing winner and posting images 'round noon. Let's face it: Tickets for jumbo-songwriting-crew Monsters of Folk are pretty spendy, seeing as how they're playing the luxurious confines of the Schnitz. Lucky then, that we have a shiny pair of passes to dish out... In honor of the super creativity of our readers (proof here), we would ...   More
Friday, October 9, 2009 Jenny Booth

Phishing for Tickets At Inflated Prices

[youtube azy4KUTeOFI] It's been more than four years since Phish left the stage in Vermont in what was supposed to be their last show ever. But the band is reuniting to the glee of its "phans," planning a 25-show summer tour in 18 venues nationwide. The tour includes two shows at the Gorge Amphitheatre. Tickets for those Gorge shows went on sale last Friday at noon. But many eager phans were angry ...   More
Monday, March 30, 2009 Shawn O'bryant

Breakfast With Blazer-maniacs

The scene outside the Rose Garden this morning looked like a refugee camp. Nothing like a chance to buy tickets for the Trail Blazers' first playoff appearance since 2003 to get people to sprawl out on blankets, wrap up in sleeping bags or just bundle up with layer upon layer of Blazers paraphernalia as some folks cooked breakfast on small butane stoves and drank coffee. At 9:45 AM the ...   More
Thursday, April 16, 2009 Shawn O'bryant


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