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MTV Movie and TV Awards

Drew Barrymore Hosts MTV Movie and TV Awards. The 48-year-old actress broke the news about her TV talk show, revealing that she’s already looking forward to the ceremony on May 7 at Santa Monica’s Barker Hangar.

In a video clip posted on her talk show’s official Twitter account, Drew explained:
“I’m so honored to be selected, especially this year when the show is all about the fans. The fans!”

A Hollywood star who became famous as a child with “E.T.” Alien’ – Added:
“It’s going to be an epic night. Big moments, big movie stars!” 

Boston Marathon (Boston, Massachusetts)


The Boston Marathon is an annual running event held in various cities around Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Marathon is the world’s oldest annual marathon, starting in 1897 with just 15 runners. Today, marathons draw runners from far and wide and onlookers line the streets. The frenetic atmosphere is legendary. This event takes place on Patriot Day (the third Monday in April). If you want to support the players, feel free to come on the day. If you would like to attend, registration opens each September and fills quickly. 

Lollapalooza (Chicago, Illinois)


If you like heavy metal, pop and rock, Chicago’s Lollapalooza is the music festival for you. The festival will also feature EDM bands, artists, dancers and stand-up his comedians. Basically a host of A-list bands of all genres. Grant Park provides the perfect backdrop for this spectacular event. We offer a variety of ticket types. So if you’re touring, you can buy a day pass if your plans are right. 

US Open Tennis Championships (USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York)


The US Open is one of the most important hard-court tennis championships in the world. It is held annually at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. Tickets become available almost a year in advance. So you can reserve your seat and plan your trip accordingly. Make sure you are in New York at the right time.

Travel Tips:
Download the US Open app, view the playing order the night before, and schedule what you want to see. 

Halloween (USA)


It may not be a national holiday, but Halloween is celebrated in America – with parades and more! Children (and adults) across the country dress up in costumes and roam their neighborhoods looking for candy. Many cities and towns host costume parades, with the best being seen in New York City’s Greenwich Village and San Francisco. Watch elaborately costumed revelers turn up and get into the festive mood. Here are some other things being prepared in major cities across the United States for Halloween. 


Thanksgiving (USA)

The United States and Canada celebrate Thanksgiving as a public holiday. In the United States, it takes place on the fourth Thursday in November and began as a holiday for Thanksgiving. Today is an opportunity for the whole family to come together and give thanks for the year’s successes. But there are also plenty of public celebrations to enjoy. One of his most famous is Macy’s in New York for his department store parade. Many tourists come from far away to enjoy the bustling atmosphere. The parade is also known for its giant tethered balloons of marching his bands and entertainers and of course famous cartoon characters. 

New Year’s Eve in Times Square (USA)


Americans sure know how to spend New Year’s Eve! They go out of their way and New Year’s Eve in New York’s Times Square is truly out of the ordinary.You can feel the energy of people waiting for the ball to drop, and an estimated 1 million people flock here each year to ring in the new year. Even more people are watching it on TV from all over the world. Plan your US tour around New Year’s Eve and experience it for yourself! 


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