Valentine's Day may be over but there's certainly a number of budget events this weekend that you'll fall in love with. Soccer, Disney, Basketball, and reggae are all on deck and waiting your presence.
2/22 – Simple Invitational at Providence Park
Average Ticket Price: $13, Get-in Price: $5, Trend: Down 61%
Believe it or not, MLS Pre-season is already underway. With limited tickets available, a northwest matchup between the Portland Timbers and Whitecaps takes the field Sunday at Providence Park. You can currently get in the door for as low as $9. The opening matchup will be the Chicago Fire vs Stabaek.
2/22 – Monster Jam at Wesbanco Arena
Average Ticket Price: $25, Get-in Price: $16, Trend: Down 41%
Valentine's Day may be over, but Monster Jam at Wesbanco Arena will surely get your heart revving. At an average ticket price of $25 and get-in of $16, a 4-pack of tickets can be had for less than $75 at TicketIQ.
2/21– The Harlem Globetrotters at XL Center
Average Ticket Price: $37, Get-in Price: $16, Trend: Down 15%
The Harlem Globetrotters are continuing their world tour throughout the Northeast this weekend, and Saturday's performance at Hartford's XL Center is the cheapest of the bunch. Despite not trending down significantly, the secondary market cheapest ticket price is still an incredibly reasonable $16.
2/22 – Magic! at Ponte Vedra Concert Hall
Average Ticket Price: $34, Get-in Price: $20, Trend: Down 15%
Taking a night off from the Maroon 5 world tour, reggae crossover hit makers Magic! will be turning up the heat for a Sunday night engagement in Florida. With a get-in price of just $20, it'd be “Rude” not to check it out.
2/20 – Disney On Ice: Princesses & Heroes at Ford Center
Average Ticket Price: $39, Get-in Price: $33, Trend: Down 9%
Disney On Ice visits Indiana's Ford Center this weekend, with it's “Princesses & Heroes” show. Disney fans young and old will be delighted by Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty, Frozen, and more in the Mickey & Minnie hosted show. At an average ticket price below $40, you won't have to break the bank to be a hero to your kids.