Couple of Articles on Summer Tour Announcements

February 23rd, 2006

Billboard.com and LiveDaily have articles up on Buffett’s announcement of summer tour dates.

Give them a read:

LiveDaily: “Jimmy Buffett fills Summer Concert Slate”
Billboard: “Buffett Touring This Summer After All”

Tagged in In The News, Touring

Ticketmaster Links for April Shows

February 22nd, 2006

Ticketmaster has the purchasing links up for the April shows (except Phoenix). Tickets go on sale this Monday, February 27th for the two Irvine shows, the Mountain View show, and the Dallas show.

Ticketmaster links:
4/20 – Irvine, CA
4/22 – Irvine, CA
4/25 – Mountain View, CA
4/28 – Dallas, TX

Ticket prices for all shows range from $36-$126.

Tagged in Tickets

Margaritaville on “The View”

February 18th, 2006

From Margaritaville.com:

Margaritaville on The View!

The morning talk show The View is airing a live show from Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas this coming Monday (2/20). They will be running a segment on hot spots in Vegas and will feature a bartender and a signature drink from each of these locations. Margaritaville was selected as one of the bars being featured!

Scotty McDonald has been chosen to represent Margaritaville and he will be making a Pink Cadillac Margarita for the ladies of The View.

The show airs on ABC at the following times:

11am EST
10am CST
10am PST

Tagged in Margaritaville Cafes, TV Appearances

On Sale Dates for April Shows

February 18th, 2006

Here are the On Sale dates for tickets for the April shows:

Phoenix, AZ – Monday, March 6 @ 10AM
Irvine, CA – Monday, February 27 @ 10AM
San Francisco, CA – Monday, February 27 @ 10AM
Dallas, TX – Monday, February 27 @ 10AM

All times are local for the venue.

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Jimmy attends Mar-a-Lago shindig

February 18th, 2006

Jimmy attended a fundraiser on Thursday night for the Everglades Foundation. The Palm Beach Post has an article on it and a photo of Jimmy with Carl Hiaasen, author of “Hoot,” and Pat Riley, Miami Heat head coach.

Donald Trump, Jimmy Buffett and Miami Heat coach Pat Riley were in attendance, but one of the biggest cheers of the evening went to a proposed bridge near Everglades National Park.

And so it was Thursday night as eco-activists sat down with developers, lawyers who work for the sugar industry dined on filet mignon with the Army Corps engineers, and a Wall Street tycoon joined a conservative former U.S. senator in issuing a call for South Florida’s environment.

The Everglades Foundation was out to drum up nearly $2 million at Thursday’s fund-raiser, held in the same grand ballroom where Trump celebrated his wedding reception a year ago. This week’s gala also was a coming-out party for the formerly low-profile not-for-profit, which aims to take a prominent role in steering the $10.5 billion Everglades restoration.

Click here to read the rest of the article.

Tagged in Charitable Causes, In The News