Right now thousands of high school graduates are preparing for that first year of higher education. But whether you’ve been accepted at an Ivy League institution such as Princeton or Yale, or hitting the local junior college for a quick, two-year degree, you’re probably wondering the same thing as all the other freshmen-to-be. You’re worried about how you’re going to be able to access the latest tour info for acts like American Pearl or Al Jarreau on Pollstar.com.

Not to worry.

We at Pollstar.com aren’t so old that we don’t remember what it was like during those first few days at our old alma mater, and how lost one can feel amid the frat parties and keggers when one does not have the newest dates for Beck and Dexter Freebish. That’s why we’ve spared no expense making arrangements to insure that the latest schedules, including Incubus, Grand Funk Railroad and Joe Diffie, will be only a mouse-click away.

During the past year, Pollstar.com has been negotiating with every university and college in the entire world to guarantee that this year’s freshmen will be able to call up the itineraries for bands such as Air, The Offspring and Montgomery Gentry, anywhere, anytime, as long as their schools provide Internet access.

But wait, there’s more.

Not only will you be able to look up all your favorites, like U2 and Slipknot, but you’ll also be able to do it for free. That’s right. Nada! Zip! Zero!! Our special arrangements guarantee that every single college freshmen will not have to pay one single cent when checking out the latest listings for 3 Doors Down or Tony Orlando as long as he, or she, has a Net connection. Heck, we’ll even let you look at our store for free. And unlike those other tour date websites, we’ll let you look at the dates for Radiohead and Stevie Nicks as long as you like. Such a deal!

Concert routings for all the artists, including Systematic and Eddie Money, free access to those routings and free access to the Pollstar.com store, as long as you’re connected to the information superhighway. From your friends at Pollstar.com. Because we care.