There’s plenty of excitement this week — with tickets going on sale for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Britney Spears’ Las Vegas shows and Dave Chappelle’s comedy tour. ‘Tis the season for entertainment.

Stanley Cup playoffs

Let’s talk hockey. The start of NHL playoffs means one thing: Stanley Cup time is here! Whether or not your hometown team is favored to win this year, there’s still plenty of quality heart-stopping hockey games out there. Check out the full schedule and make your plan to see athletes battle it out for the big cup.

Outdoor amphitheater bliss 

Summer is coming, and for outdoor music lovers, that means it’s time to take a look at the lineup for Colorado’s favorite venue: Red Rocks Amphitheatre. As always, Red Rocks’ schedule is packed with top-notch performers — from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers and Umphrey’s McGee to Miranda Lambert. Scope out the lineup and see if your favorite artist is doing Red Rocks this summer.

More of a Mountain Winery venue fan? Saratoga, California’s gem is hosting an array of musicians this summer that are sure to turn out blissful and memorable performances. The Roots, The Temptations, Seal and Chicago are just a few — check out the full schedule!

Hit me Vegas, one more time

Britney Spears is ending her Las Vegas residency. After four years, her “Piece of Me” shows are coming to a close… but fans who happened to miss her stay still have time to catch a glimpse. Shows are scheduled through the end of 2017 and are now on sale — so scope it out, and plan a trip to Sin City.

Spears started her Vegas residency near the end of 2013. Her shows have grossed ore than $100 million with a combined 700K in attendance, according to the LA Times.

While Britney Spears is saying goodbye to her longstanding Vegas residency, Celine Dion is saying hello. Celine Dion began her Vegas residency in April, with shows scheduled through Jan. 20. At this point, there’s no way to know how long her show will go on.

Yes!

Yes. No, really, Yes (the band) is preparing for its upcoming tour. The rock band, formed in 1968 in London, is performing stateside. The owners of the lonely heart will kick it off Aug. 4, 2017 in Greensboro, NC, with shows scheduled throughout the U.S. The last show will be performed Oct. 8 in Red Bank, NJ.

Dave Chapelle

Get ready to laugh. Dave Chappelle is back. The hit comedian has a few shows left on his tour — from May 5 to Sept. 1. Don’t have tickets yet? Take a look and see if he’s heading to a city near you.

Looking for another sports game, concert, theatrical performance or comedy show? We’ve got plenty to choose from! Check them out!