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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 26               5:00 PM

IBF Light Heavyweight Champion Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins will become the oldest fighter in history to make his initial title defense when he faces highest rated light heavyweight challenger Karo Murat Saturday, October 26 at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City.   The 12-round title fight will air live on SHOWTIME® (9 p.m. ET/PT).  Hopkins vs. Murat is presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Caesars Atlantic City and supported by Golden Boy Promotions sponsors Corona and AT&T. Tickets are $25, $50, $75, $150 and $300.



OCT. 31, NOV. 1 & NOV. 2               7:30 PM

The legendary jam band returns to Boardwalk Hall!  Phish will kick off its first fall tour since 2010 in Hampton, VA October 18, 19 and 20. The East Coast run will also take the band to Rochester, NY, Glens Falls, NY, Worcester, MA, Hartford, CT and Reading, PA. Phish will wrap up the outing with a three-night stand at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, NJ that begins on Halloween night.  Single day tickets are $65; three day passes are $180. For details, visit http://phish.com. Ticket prices for each specific date on the tour will include a free MP3 download of the evening’s entire show (a fully mixed soundboard recording) that can be redeemed at www.LivePhish.com shortly after the band steps off stage.



FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22                   8:00 PM

BruSil Management, LLC has announced Bachata Palooza making a first time appearance in Atlantic City at Historic Boardwalk Hall. The event will feature “El Torito” Hector Acosta, Henry Santos, El Chaval De La Bachata, and Andy Andy.  Tickets are priced at $46, $67, and $77.


Héctor Acosta, first introduced to the tropical music world as vocalist for the famous Toros Band, first found his voice in church. In addition to singing, Héctor played a variety of instruments, acting as bass player for the popular Bonao band Los Gentiles. After a 1989 performance with the group, Acosta was introduced to Gerardo Diaz, manager for the renown Toros Band.  He made Acosta a life-changing offer, and by 1991 Acosta's voice was heard all over Dominican radio.  In 2006, after 15 years under the wings of his artistic mentors Gerardo and Juan Pablo Diaz, Acosta left the group to form his own orchestra.  Acosta performs all over the states in dance halls, festivals, and clubs alongside some of merengue's most popular artists.  ANDY ANDY has become a distinct artist in Latin Music mainly because of the melodic versatility in his voice, combined with the magic of his interpretations. Demonstrated by his musical background that he is one of the most successful Dominican artist in the world, he is the first Dominican artist in Latin music history to win three Billboard Awards in a single night.  Best known for his tenure as a singer and songwriter in the bachata supergroup Aventura, Henry Santos is a Dominican vocalist from New York City who made his solo album debut in 2011.  He is the cousin of bachata superstar Romeo Santos, with whom he co-founded Aventura in 1994.  Dominican singer El Chaval, often referred to as El Chaval de la Bachata, was an active recording artist for over a decade before breaking into the Latin music mainstream in 2007.



SUNDAY, JANUARY 12                      4:00 PM

The American Hockey League’s Albany Devils will skate back into Boardwalk Hall this winter for a series of regular season games. Series tickets for all four games will go on sale Friday, August 30; individual game tickets will go on sale Monday, September 16.


Series ticket packages will be $99 for the first two rows on the glass, $79 for the lower bowl, and $59 for the upper bowl. Series tickets can be purchased up until one week before the first game. Individual pricing is as follows: $26 for the first two rows on the glass, $21 for the lower bowl, and $16 for the upper bowl. Special rates are available for kids 2-12, seniors 65+, military, students, and groups of 10 or more. These discounted rates are priced at $16 for the lower bowl and $11 for the upper bowl.


Two types of four packs are also available for purchase. The lower bowl four pack is priced at $80 and includes four tickets in the 100 level, four Dietz & Watson hot dogs, and four soft drinks. The upper bowl four pack is priced at $65. Hockey clubs or other organizations or groups have the opportunity to take part in an exclusive ticket offer. With the purchase of 100 or more tickets for any one game at any price range, your group will receive 90 minutes of free ice time at Boardwalk Hall. Call 609-348-7023 for information about group discounts and other fan experience packages.




Indoor racing will be back inside Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall for the 12th consecutive year on Friday and Saturday January 24 and 25. The events will be preceded by a practice session on Thursday, January 23. Tickets will go on sale Wednesday, September 4 at noon. Friday start time is 7:30 PM and ticket prices are: Front Row (Premium Seating) $25, Lower Level Reserved $20, Upper Reserved $17, General Admission $15, Child GA (age 3-12) $5. Saturday start time is 7 PM and ticket prices are: Front Row (Premium Seating) $32, Lower Level Reserved $27, Upper Reserved $22, General Admission $20, Child GA (age 3-12) $5. More information can be obtained by calling Len Sammons Productions at 609-888-3618 or at www.aarn.com.


SAT. FEB 1 & SUN. FEB. 2

Top-notch cheerleading and dance teams from across the country will compete at Boardwalk Hall. Competition begins at 8 a.m.  Tickets ranging in price from $12 to $30 can be purchased at the Box Office on the day of the event. For more information please visitwww.theepicbrands.comwww.spiritunlimited.com or call 877-322-2310.



SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8                 8:00 PM

Marc Anthony has sold over 12 million albums worldwide, making him one of the most influential artists of his time and a true ambassador of Latin music and culture. His current tour has been extended into 2014 and Atlantic City is excited to welcome the Latin superstar back to Boardwalk Hall. Earlier this year, Anthony returned to the recording studio to work on his first project of original music in the tropical genre in nearly a decade. In April 2013 his brand new single “Vivir Mi Vida” produced by Marc and Sergio George, occupied the #1 position on itunes, Billboard charts and radio on a national level just hours after its release. The song is an adaptation of “C’est La Vie” by Cheb Khaled. This hymn to life marks the singer’s reunion with Sergio George, who previously produced many of Anthony’s greatest hits. His new studio project titled Marc Anthony 3.0 was released July 23, 2013. Tickets are $56, $76, $96, $126, and $176.