The Queen Mary's "Dark Harbor": Haunted Mazes
at Queen Mary, Long Beach

The normally placid Long Beach Harbor transforms into a seaport of pure Halloween horror as The Captain and the other "Dark Harbor" Sinister Eight Spirits return to prey on any mortals who dare to enter their realm after dark. You'll make your way through spine-tingling mazes on and around the haunted Queen Mary, including for the first time a fourth maze aboard the ship. Escape the new, terrifying "Feast" maze, featuring the cannibal Chef and his monstrous kitchen staff, or you might be the next course on the menu! Plus, come face-to-face with favorite returning characters like the Queen Mary's creator, the Iron Master, in "Intrepid" and the Ringmaster and her cursed circus in "Circus Big Top Terror". They'll join Graceful Gale in "Soulmate", serial killer Samuel the Savage in "B340 Descent Into Insanity" and Scary Mary in "Lullaby" -- all monsters who will haunt anyone brave enough to visit their village.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 22, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 31, November 1

Full Price: $24 - $39  |  Our Price: $9 - $19


Tyne Daly & Richard Forster in "Chasing Mem'ries"
at Geffen Playhouse - Gil Cates Theater, Los Angeles

Husband-and-wife songwriting duo Alan and Marilyn Bergman have blessed the great American songbook with such classics as "The Way We Were" and "What Are You Doing the Rest of Your Life?" Now, playwright Josh Ravetch has tapped their timeless talents for his new Tyne Daly-helmed musical "Chasing Mem'ries". The show features a selection of pre-existing songs with lyrics by the Bergmans and music by composers including Marvin Hamlisch and Michel Legrand. Daly stars as a woman not quite ready to let go of the life she's loved and the love of her life. Ravetch returns to the Geffen with a beautiful ode to love, nostalgia and our resistance to the passage of time. Robert Forster ("Jackie Brown", "Twin Peaks") co-stars in this world premiere production at the Gil Cates Theater.

Offer Dates: November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 12, November 14, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19, November 19, November 20, November 22, November 24, November 25, November 25, November 26, November 26, November 28, November 29, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 3, December 5, December 6, December 7, December 8

Full Price: $25 - $70  |  Our Price: $19 - $50


Halsey ("Now or Never"), PartyNextDoor & Charli XCX
at Forum, Inglewood

Groove with electro-pop princess Halsey when the "Now or Never" songstress brings her "hopeless fountain kingdom" concert tour to Southern California in support of her second full-length album. With a cluster of bangers -- from the Grammy-nominated Chainsmoker collab "Closer" to platinum tracks "New Americana" and "Colors" -- the hitmaker delivers what "Rolling Stone" dubs "adult dystopian synth-pop realness." The new album soars with poetic lyricism and cinematic production, and epic hitmakers like Cashmere Cat and Migos' Quavo have also worked their way into a few tracks. Now her signature vocals and pixie presence take center stage as she headlines at the Forum in Inglewood. She's hitting the road with her British counterpart, pop sensation Charli XCX, and Drake-approved Canadian rapper Partynextdoor ("Recognize," "Come and See Me").

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $44 - $77.80  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


Party Like a Bavarian: Food, Music & More
at Fairplex, Pomona

Bust out your lederhosen and get ready to party, Bavarian style, at Oktoberfest at Fairplex. Bring your appetite and a group of friends for a day chock-full of oom-pah music, the Chicken Dance, authentic German food and, of course, plenty of beer. You'll have tons of brews to choose from, including traditional Oktoberfest and wheat beers direct from Germany. In addition to German folk music from The Rheinlanders, you can hear the tunes of some of your all-time favorite bands, with rockin' cover acts including Queen Nation (Queen tribute), The Ultimate Stones (Rolling Stones tribute) and DSB (Journey tribute), plus Schlagen spinning vinyl every night. Each ticket includes a commemorative stein with one pour.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21

Full Price: $27 - $32  |  Our Price: $16 - $19.50


Knott's Berry Farm: Roller Coasters & Family Fun
at Knott's Berry Farm, Buena Park

There's tons to keep you and your family amused by land, water and air at Knott's Berry Farm's 160 acres of roller coasters, games, shopping, live entertainment, dining and children's rides in Buena Park. And now, weekends through October 29 plus Halloween Day, there's tons of Halloween fun, including trick-or-treating, a live show and costume contest with the Peanuts gang, rides with a spooky twist, and a Dia De Los Muertos Celebration. Plus, all of your favorite Knott's fun is still waiting for you. Ride the Sierra Sidewinder and the hair-raising Montezooma's Revenge. Bang into your buddies on the Wheeler Dealer Bumper Cars. Rocket 0-82 mph in 2.3 seconds hundreds of feet into the air then 90 degrees straight down on the scream-machine Xcelerator. Hop on the new GhostRider, the longest, tallest, and fastest wooden roller coaster on the west coast. Make a splash on Bigfoot Rapids. Check out Voyage to the Iron Reef, a spectacular new interactive 4-D ride for the entire family. Riders aim their freeze rays at menacing sea creatures while competing against each other to blast the highest score and save Knott's from a watery doom. Catch a show with Camp Snoopy Theatre, bringing music and fun with Charlie Brown and the world's most popular beagle. Or for a high-flying adventure, the "Frontier Feats of Wonder!" stunt show puts the whole family smack in the middle of the Wild West.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $45 - $75  |  Our Price: $37 - $39


"The Nightmare Before Christmas" With 4-D Effects
at El Capitan Theatre, Hollywood

You got the Stormtrooper and Disney Princess costumes, the Snickers bars, the fake spider webs and cackling skulls, but wait one second -- you've left out one crucial ingredient in the cauldron of fun that is Halloween. No October would be complete without settling in with a bag of popcorn to watch Tim Burton's "The Nightmare Before Christmas". And there's only one way to see it that's worthy of this modern classic: at the historic El Capitan Theatre and in 4-D! Jack Skellington pops off the screen in Disney Digital 3-D, but Halloween Town really comes alive with the special 4-D sensory effects. Fog will swirl, wind will blow, and Los Angeles might just see a little snow. Corral the kids -- or conjure up the kid in you -- and let Halloween cast its spell. You'll just have to figure out how to stop singing those spooky-catchy Danny Elfman songs come November.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 23, October 23, October 23, October 24, October 24, October 25, October 25, October 26, October 26, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 30, October 30, October 31, October 31, October 31, October 31

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $10


George Lopez at the Microsoft Theater
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

In case you're wondering if this George Lopez is the same George Lopez who starred in the groundbreaking hit sitcom "George Lopez", the answer is, "Si." Though he's probably best known for his ABC show that at the time was the only sitcom on the air with an entirely Latin-American cast, Lopez got his start as a stand-up comic, making audiences laugh -- and think -- with his cutting and irreverent examinations of race relations and Mexican-American culture. Now he's going back to his comedy roots with this stand-up show at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: $39.50 - $69.50  |  Our Price: $39.50 - $69.50


R&B Stars Charlie Wilson & Keith Sweat in L.A.
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Cookouts -- whether yesteryear or today -- just wouldn't be the same without the voices of Charlie Wilson and Keith Sweat. And they're bringing that timeless good-time vibe to this L.A. concert. Your aunties and young nephews alike have been known to show you what they're workin' with whenever Gap Band classics like "Burn Rubber on Me" and "Early in the Morning" start pumping out of the speakers. And even as a solo star, Wilson's kept fans swooning, thanks to an endless array of crisp, clean suits and R&B chart-toppers like "There Goes My Baby" and his latest, "I'm Blessed." Uncle Charlie shares a Microsoft Theater bill with soulful seducer Sweat, who -- from "I Want Her" to this year's album "An Introduction to: Keith Sweat" -- has mastered the art of baby-making music over the span of three straight decades.

Offer Dates: February 9

Full Price: $89.50 - $129.50  |  Our Price: $89.50 - $129.50


British Pop Duo Oh Wonder on Tour
at Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds, Los Angeles

London-based alt-pop duo Oh Wonder might be considered somewhat of an accident. They never intended to play live, and their first album was a DIY project. But one week after that album's release, they played sold-out shows in London, Paris, New York and Los Angeles, and they just released their second album, this time on a major label. It's titled "Ultralife", and now reluctant pop stars Josephine Vander Gucht and Anthony West are embarking on their "Ultralife World Tour" that has them playing in 31 countries across Asia, Australia, the United States, Canada, Europe and Russia. Hear the title track as well as singles like "Lifetimes," "My Friends," "Heavy" and "High On Humans" when they take the stage for a concert at Shrine Expo Hall & Grounds in Los Angeles. Jaymes Young ("Feel Something") joins them for this leg of the tour.

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: $29.50  |  Our Price: $20


L.A. Lakers: Premier Seating & Suites
at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

L.A. might not have a whole lot of lakes, but we do have 16 NBA Championships to our name -- which happens to make our beloved Lakers one of the most dominant franchises in all of sports. And there's only one way to watch the best: in style (this "is" L.A., after all). Okay, so maybe you won't be shelling out for courtside seats between Jack and Leo, but that's not the only way to live it up while this exciting young team tears it up on the court. The STAPLES Center's Premier Level seating and Suites both treat you to a bit of the V.I.P. experience. Forget standing in concessions lines, because you can get everything from high-end burgers and sushi to scotch and margaritas served to you without leaving your Premier Level seats. And you won't want to miss a single play with this 200 Level view of the action. Or kick back in a climate-controlled private suite, catch that slam-dunk instant replay on the in-suite plasma TVs and enjoy the game in luxury as the Lakers go for 17.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 25, October 27, October 31, November 3, November 5, November 15, November 17, November 19, November 21

Full Price: $125 - $175  |  Our Price: $75 - $148


LA Clippers Premier Seating & Suites
at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

The Clippers are back for another exciting season of cool dunks, hot passes and buzzer beaters, and you can be at STAPLES Center to see it all from a variety of vantage points, from regular seats to luxurious Premier Level tickets and VIP Suites. In the Premier Level, you'll never miss another exciting play standing in line for concessions, because you'll have in-seat food and beverage service featuring high-end sandwiches, sushi, burgers and more from your own server. These seats, located in the 200 Level, offer some of the best views of Doc Rivers' squad as they light up the scoreboard. If you opt for the suites, you can enjoy the game in climate-controlled comfort, with in-suite plasma TVs and a private seating concourse. Root for the Clippers, and treat yourself to a special night thanks to some of the best seats at STAPLES.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 24, October 28, October 30, November 1, November 4, November 5, November 13, November 27, November 30, December 6

Full Price: $54.85 - $226  |  Our Price: $20 - $200


Musical Parody of "Hocus Pocus" With Big Stars in the Lead Role
at Rockwell: Table & Stage, Los Angeles

The talented entertainers at Los Angeles' Rockwell Table & Stage take a song-filled swipe at the 1993 family comedy "Hocus Pocus", the film that starred Bette Midler and Sarah Jessica Parker. Written by Kate Pazakis and John Flynn, the wicked shoes of Winnifred Sanderson will be filled by Broadway's original "Hairspray" lead, Marissa Jaret Winokur, and Emma Hunton ("Spring Awakening", "Wicked"), who will take turns in the role made famous by Midler. When three witches come back to life on Halloween to feed on the youth of the world, two teenagers, a young girl and a once-human cat will have to stop them. Brimming with jokes, music, witchcraft, magic and creepy fun, "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Hocus Pocus" puts a new spin on the cult favorite.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 31, November 2, November 3, November 4

Full Price: $29 - $59  |  Our Price: $14.50 - $49


Real Human Specimens on Display in "BODY WORLDS"
at California Science Center, Los Angeles

You'll definitely want to save a day for "BODY WORLDS: Pulse" at the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Experience the West Coast debut of the largest "BODY WORLDS" exhibition in a decade, with new real human-body specimens! Discover the human body's vulnerabilities and potential, and many of the challenges the human body faces as it navigates the 21st century. The locomotive, nervous, respiratory, circulatory, digestive and reproductive systems are revealed in precise detail through Dr. von Hagen's invention of plastination, providing a glimpse into the human anatomy that was once only available to medical practitioners. Discover what makes you move, what makes you tick, and what makes you unique in the largest "BODY WORLDS" exhibition in a decade!

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $12.95 - $19.95  |  Our Price: $8 - $11.95


"Bright Star" -- Broadway Musical From Steve Martin and Edie Brickell
at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

From Grammy, Emmy and Academy Award-winning Steve Martin and Grammy Award-winning Edie Brickell comes "Bright Star", the five-time Tony-nominated, new Broadway musical that "The New York Times" called "a shining achievement." Directed by Tony winner Walter Bobbie and inspired by a real event, this original musical tells a sweeping tale of love and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the American South in the 1920s and '40s. Propelled by an ensemble of onstage musicians and dancers, the story unfolds as a rich tapestry of deep emotion, beautiful melodies and powerfully moving performances. "Bright Star" -- as refreshingly genuine as it is daringly hopeful -- is "Broadway's most beautiful show" (WABC). Come see it at Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 24, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3

Full Price: $75 - $105  |  Our Price: $49 - $79


See L.A. Kings Hockey in Style
at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Kings return to the ice for the with hopes of adding another Stanley Cup trophy to their franchise thanks to their core group of Drew Doughty, Anze Kopitar and Jonathan Quick. They've also added Michael Cammalleri to spark the offense and help L.A. get back to the postseason. But no matter what the outcome of the game, the Kings always make things exciting for the fans. You can watch the action from a variety of vantage points at STAPLES Center, but nothing beats a private suite, where you get to enjoy customized catering options, a VIP entrance to the arena, flat-screen televisions and more. Or go with a Premier Level seat to kick back with in-seat service and great views. Get fired up in style as the Kings fight to lead the Pacific Division into the postseason.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 4, November 9, November 12, November 14, November 16, November 18, November 22, November 25, December 5, December 7, December 9, December 21, December 28, January 6, January 13, January 15, January 18, January 21, February 3, February 7, February 22, February 24, February 26, March 1, March 3, March 8, March 10, March 12, March 15, March 17, March 26, March 29, April 2, April 5, April 7

Full Price: $125 - $300  |  Our Price: $50 - $210


Haunted Hayride, Trick or Treat and House of Shadows
at Griffith Park's Old Zoo, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Haunted Hayride returns with the most thrilling ride yet, Clown, featuring four zones guaranteed to make your skin crawl: Haunted Hayride, House Of Shadows, Trick Or Treat and Purgatory. On Hayride, you'll travel through the haunted woods of Griffith Park's Old Zoo and meet a legion of vicious clowns waiting with more psychopathic fun than any wagon can handle. That is until you disembark on foot to experience the winding, weaving Corn Maze in the middle of the ride. House of Shadows leaves you lost in the darkness to find your way out of SoCal's only true Labyrinth Maze. Then, as you go door to door in Trick or Treat, you'll come face to face with its freakish occupants. You've always known your neighbors were a little off -- tonight you'll pull back the curtain. Purgatory offers the charm and magic of an old-world haunted village. And there's more: Become a part of the show at Theatre Macabre, ride the Scary-Go-Round, enjoy food and drink at the Grub Shack, shop in the Bootique, and visit a psychic. Plus, with your VIP pass you get front of the line access to all the attractions -- no need to wait to get your scare on.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 25, October 26, October 31

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Long Beach Zombie Fest": Fun 3-Day Horror Fest
at Rainbow Lagoon Park, Long Beach

Why just "fear" the walking dead -- when you can actually be a part of their flesh-eating takeover of humanity? Join hordes of rotting revelers for the annual "Long Beach Zombie Fest" at Rainbow Lagoon Park, a three-day invasion of undead music, guts, horror and fun for the whole family. On Friday, get ready to monster mash and show off your ghoulish dance moves as JJ Flores and Grammy-nominated DJ Mark Lewis drop their wicked, spooky beats. Oingo Boingo/Danny Elfman tribute band Dead Man's Party, along with The Surfin' Dead (The Cramps tribute), The Great Pumpkin (The Smashing Pumpkins tribute) and The Cured (The Cure Tribute), bring all the ghouls to life for an epic concert on Sunday as you lumber, amble and groan your way through the event. The infamous Zombie Walk is happening on all three days of the fest, as well as free makeup services by artists from the Cinema Makeup School to help you look your gory worst. You can immerse yourself in a live-action role playing session, surviving against a continuous onslaught of zombies. You'll also witness the Dangerous D Ultimate Shock Show, known for wild, cringe-worthy stunts. Channel your inner Michael Jackson in a Thriller Workshop, snag yourself a free digital souvenir in the Zombie Fest Photo Booth, join the Zombie Apocalypse Scavenger Hunt and enjoy a horde of other fun activities. With costume and brain contests for all ages and states of decay, it would be horrific to miss this jam-packed event.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $5 - $13  |  Our Price: COMP - $7


"TRiPTease Burlesque" & Live Bands
at TRIP, Santa Moncia

Enjoy a little bump and grind at TRiPTease Burlesque, which was featured in Thrillist's 2016 list of "Best Burlesque Shows in LA." TRiPTease is Santa Monica's longest-running weekly burlesque show, showcasing L.A.'s best headlining burlesque soloists and international touring performers -- so it's never the same show twice. TRiPTease combines the art of the tease with comedy, burlesque, boylesque, singing, fan dances, fire, bar dancing and more. You're in for a night of fun and fantasy as the lights dim at TRiP Santa Monica, an intimate venue serving wine, beer and light snacks.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15, November 22, November 29, December 6, December 13, December 20, December 27

Full Price: $10 - $100  |  Our Price: $5 - $50


Sea Otters & More at Aquarium of the Pacific: After-3pm Admission, Monday-Friday
at Aquarium of the Pacific, Long Beach

Meet and learn about 11,000 animals in more than 50 exhibits at the Aquarium of the Pacific, one the nation's most popular aquariums. Come face-to-face with and touch the ocean's ultimate predators in Shark Lagoon, hand-feed colorful lorikeet birds and watch Magellanic penguins play. You'll get closer to animals than ever before at the bonnethead shark and cownose ray touchpool, the horseshoe crab touch lab, and tidepool touch lab. Explore the new frog exhibit, Dazzling and Disappearing, featuring two dozen frogs from a range of environments, from lush rainforests to arid deserts. Uncover the mysteries behind frogs and their amphibian relatives, as well as why they're quickly disappearing from our planet. The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach celebrates the planet's largest and most diverse body of water: the Pacific Ocean, from the frigid waters of the Northern Pacific to the colorful reefs of the Tropical Pacific. With this offer, you can choose any weekday during afternoon hours (3:00pm-6:00pm) to visit this world-class aquarium featuring a wide array of hands-on activities, live and video presentations and much more.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $14.95 - $28.95  |  Our Price: $9 - $15


Phylicia Rashad in McCraney's "Head of Passes"
at Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles

Tony winner Phylicia Rashad gives a powerful performance in MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipient Tarell Alvin McCraney's acclaimed drama "Head of Passes". Set in the mysterious shifting marshlands at the mouth of the Mississippi River, this modern-day parable inspired by the Book of Job finds Shelah's family and friends planning a surprise birthday party for her, but a dark family secret threatens to ruin everything. McCraney, who recently won an Oscar for adapting his own play into the film "Moonlight", has been called "without question, the hottest young playwright in America" ("Chicago Tribune"). Find out why as this stirring drama comes to Mark Taper Forum from Center Theatre Group.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22

Full Price: $75 - $99  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hit Musical "In the Heights"
at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB, Long Beach

With incredible hip-hop dancing, a contemporary Latin-flavored score and a story from Lin-Manuel Miranda (creator of the hit Broadway show "Hamilton"), "In the Heights" made a huge splash on Broadway, scoring the 2008 Tony Award for Best Musical and winning over audiences with its fresh-faced charm and vibrant music. This Musical Theatre West production takes you on an exhilarating theatrical journey into the lives of the residents of the Dominican-American neighborhood of Washington Heights in New York City -- a place where the coffee from Usnavi's corner bodega is light and sweet, the windows are always open and the breeze carries the scent of impending change. Don't miss this vibrant musical at the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5

Full Price: $37.50 - $119.50  |  Our Price: $37.50 - $119.50


Paramount Pictures After Dark Tour: Tales From The Other Side
at Paramount Pictures, Hollywood

Not all the stories born on the studio lot made it to the silver screen. Some stories, the darker stories, remained, and they continue to haunt the lot by moonlight. Maybe it's the cemetery next door. Maybe it's the passion to succeed in Hollywood that keeps the spirited personalities relevant today, even after death. Maybe it's just your imagination. During the Tales From The Other Side tour, you'll get the chance to find out how the scandals of yesteryear still live amongst us. It starts at dusk with some champagne to toast the coming darkness. In the silence of the night, you'll descend into the mysteries behind Paramount's iconic gates via cavernous sound stages and the darkest corners of the infamous backlot. Guided by flashlight, you'll creep through the legendary Hollywood Forever Cemetery to learn the tales of Hollywood's most dearly departed and the secrets that followed them to the grave. Surrounded by the memories of the famous, and the infamous, your eyes may begin to play tricks on you as you get a glimpse into the legends and superstitions that weave throughout the history that makes Hollywood what it is today.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $99  |  Our Price: $77.25


Rap/R&B Artist A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie in L.A.
at The Novo by Microsoft, Los Angeles

The album "The Bigger Artist", the first by Bronx rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie (or simply A Boogie), provides a balance between the artist's melodic street-based rapping and his signature post-relationship R&B serenades, proving his status as one of the more polished rap-crooners today. The release landed at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 4 on the overall "Billboard" 200 in its second post-release week. Hear the hit single "Drowning" and more when the 21-year-old up-and-comer hits the stage for a concert at The Novo by Microsoft in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $19.50  |  Our Price: $10


David Bowie Tribute "Space Oddity"
at El Portal Theatre - Debbie Reynolds Mainstage, North Hollywood

From Ziggy Stardust to the Thin White Duke and beyond, David Bowie's many selves come to life again on stage at North Hollywood's El Portal Theatre. In "Space Oddity: The Ultimate David Bowie Experience", tribute artist David Brighton re-creates one of rock's most consistently inventive artists, from the psychedelic folk of "Space Oddity" to the "plastic soul" of "Fame." Backed by a five-piece band, Brighton nails all of Bowie's ch-ch-changes with note-for-note renditions that will have you singing along all night.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $46 - $56  |  Our Price: $23 - $28


"Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA": A Waking Dream of Mexico
at Grand Chapiteau at Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles

Step right up into the Grand Chapiteau at Dodger Stadium and discover the surreal world of "LUZIA", where an imaginary Mexico springs to life to the soundtrack of brassy Mexican and Latin American sounds. Inspired by the cultural richness of Mexico, "Cirque du Soleil"'s new big-top show "LUZIA" features original music written for a live acoustic setting mixed with the electro-pop of Nortec Collective's Bostich + Fussible. Catch "LUZIA" -- a combination of the Spanish words "luz" (light) and "lluvia" (rain), two elements at the heart of the show -- on the Los Angeles stop of its world tour.

Offer Dates: December 8, December 9, December 9, December 10, December 10, December 13, December 14, December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 17, December 19, December 20, December 21, December 22, December 22, December 23, December 23, December 24, December 24

Full Price: $75 - $110  |  Our Price: $60 - $88


"Disney's The Little Mermaid": A Fun Family Musical
at Cupcake Theater, North Hollywood

"Disney's The Little Mermaid" invites your family on a magical journey "Under the Sea" with Ariel, a mermaid who's tired of flipping her fins in her aquatic kingdom alongside her crabby sidekick, Sebastian. Ariel dreams of living in the fascinating world on dry land and will go to great lengths to get there, trading in her tail for human legs with some "help" from a sea witch named Ursula, in order to be by the side of the handsome Prince Eric. Based on the beloved Hans Christian Andersen tale and the classic animated film, with music by eight-time Academy Award winner Alan Menken, this production of the fishy fable will capture your heart with irresistible songs like "Kiss the Girl," "Part of Your World" and more at the Cupcake Theater in North Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 4

Full Price: $58 - $100  |  Our Price: $19 - $50


Haley Reinhart ("Can't Help Falling in Love")
at The El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles

At the tender age of 20, Haley Reinhart landed a spot on Season 10 of "American Idol" and was a standout finalist -- but she's been performing since age 7. Now 26, the singer/songwriter continues adding to her impressive resume. She earned a gold certification in the U.S. for her breathtaking rendition of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love" and has emerged as the leading artist on YouTube's Postmodern Jukebox. Also a burgeoning voice actor and co-star of the Netflix original animated series "F Is for Family", Reinhart just released her third album, titled "What's That Sound?", which combines original tracks with her covers of iconic songs from the late 1960s. Hear tunes from that album and more when she hits the stage of The El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles on her latest concert tour.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $20


Transform Your View at OUE Skyspace LA: Interactive Sightseeing
at OUE Skyspace, Los Angeles

Experience Los Angeles like you've never seen it before, at OUE Skyspace LA, atop downtown's iconic US Bank Tower. Feel like you're flying on the Skyslide, a transparent slide around the outside of the building that sends you soaring from the 70th floor to the east observation terrace. There, you can take in the sprawling beauty of the city. Then, hit up the Interactive Level for even more eye candy. See a 360-degree time lapse of some of the city's most famous spots. Stand over an old elevator shaft that has been remade into The Infinity Mirror, a cosmic design of light and reflections. Finally, strike an action pose at the Silhouette Wall to add yourself to the amazing sights at this destination.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $40 - $48  |  Our Price: $18 - $24


NFC West Rivals Clash as Rams Host 49ers
at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

When "Sports Illustrated" ranks you among the Top 10 NFL rivalries "of all time", you know each and every matchup is going to be fierce! And now that the Rams are back in L.A., their longstanding rivalry with fellow Golden Staters the San Francisco 49ers is heating up once again. Now in their second season at the Los Angeles Coliseum, the Rams are a rejuvenated team with a new coach in Sean McVay, who'll mastermind an exciting offense that features second-year QB Jared Goff and speedy RB Todd Gurley. Grab some friends, raid the concessions stands and get ready for another great game at the historic Coliseum.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $63.10 - $200.75  |  Our Price: $56 - $155


Russian Grand Ballet Dances "Swan Lake"
at Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles

Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" premiered in Moscow in 1877 -- so who better to see dance it than the Russian Grand Ballet? "Swan Lake" has continued to enchant audiences, inspiring countless performances and earning a reputation as "the ballet of all ballets." Now, with spectacular sets, glittering costumes and the rarely seen "Waltz of Black Swans", the Russian Grand Ballet brings this beloved classic to Ogden. "Swan Lake" tells the hauntingly beautiful story of young lovers Siegfried and Odette, who's been captured by an evil sorcerer and transformed into a swan. Siegfred only has a short time to save his beloved before she's cursed to remain a swan forever, but standing in his way is the sorcerer's daughter, the beguiling black swan Odile, who comes to tempt and distract him away from his quest. Featuring premier dancers from some of Russia's elite choreographic schools, this stunning full-length production graces the stage of the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $40 - $70  |  Our Price: $40 - $70


Chamber Music Nights With Wine Tasting at Walt Disney Concert Hall
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Indulge in an evening of wine and world-class music at the stunningly beautiful Walt Disney Concert Hall in downtown Los Angeles. A pre-show reception offers a variety of delicious wines in the soaring space of BP Hall before you enjoy a concert featuring members of the Los Angeles Philharmonic and the finest guest artists, performing programs that follow a different theme each evening.

Offer Dates: October 24, November 14, December 5

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23 - $27


Sheryl Crow ("All I Wanna Do") Debuts "Be Myself"
at UC Irvine, Bren Events Center, Irvine

Multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow debuts her ninth album at the Bren Events Center at UC Irvine. The nine-time Grammy Award-winning artist has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide, imbuing her hits with elements of pop, rock, folk, country and blues. She has performed with the Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Prince, B.B. King, Sting and many more legendary performers. Her new album, "Be Myself", articulates her concerns for the future of the world, while rocking with same passion you know and love.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $50 - $100  |  Our Price: $20 - $100


"Something Rotten!" -- Broadway's Hilarious Smash
at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

Direct from Broadway, "Something Rotten!" is a "big, fat hit!" ("New York Post"). Set in the '90s -- the 1590s, that is -- this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom (Tony nominee Rob McClure and Broadway's Josh Grisetti), two brothers desperate to write their own hit play while the "rock star" Shakespeare (Tony nominee Adam Pascal) keeps getting all the hits. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theater involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world's very first musical. With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, "Something Rotten!" is ""The Producers" plus "Spamalot" plus "The Book of Mormon". Squared!" ("New York Magazine"). Don't miss this dazzling show when it comes to the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: November 21, November 22, November 24, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 28, November 29, November 30, December 1

Full Price: $75 - $109  |  Our Price: $49


"Macbeth x 5": A Modern Take on Shakespeare
at Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles

"Macbeth x 5" is a modern reconstruction of Shakespeare's politically charged masterpiece about ambition, retribution and fate. Told in one 90-minute act by five actors playing multiple roles, "Macbeth x 5" tells the story using a seamless interchange of spoken word and physical movement. In the show, ambitious General Macbeth, fresh off a military victory, is confronted by three witches who foretell his rise to power. Together with his wife, Macbeth murders his way to the throne -- only to descend into insecurity, paranoia and tyranny. Enjoy this visiting production at The Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $18 - $36  |  Our Price: $9 - $18


"The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Bridesmaids" -- Kristen Wiig's Cult Comedy, Reworked for the Stage
at Rockwell: Table & Stage, Los Angeles

From "Mean Girls" to "Clueless", "The Big Lebowski" to "Troop Beverly Hills", the mischievous performers of Rockwell Table & Stage have taken some of the funniest cult movies and made them even more hilarious through musical parodies. Now they're back with "The Unauthorized Musical Parody of Bridesmaids", a show that's sure to delight fans of the film starring Kristen Wiig, Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy. With crass humor and breakout performances, "Bridesmaids" was lauded for redefining the chick flick. You'll appreciate the movie even more after seeing it reworked for the stage at Rockwell in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 16, November 17, November 18

Full Price: $22 - $49  |  Our Price: $11 - $40


"The Poetry Brothel": Bordello-Themed Lit Experience
at HM157, Los Angeles

"The Poetry Brothel", dubbed "New York's sexiest literary event" by "Time Out New York", saunters into L.A. Inspired by the fin-de-siècle bordellos of Paris and New Orleans, this immersive experience invites you inside a lush, speakeasy-style environment at HM157, where you'll meet your host, or "Madame," who'll introduce you to a rotating cast of poets-in-character, each with a unique story to tell. They'll engage you with public readings, or if you prefer, private ones (for an additional fee).

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $40 - $75  |  Our Price: $20 - $37.50


Cruise Newport Beach by Starlight on a 90-Minute Evening Cruise
at Newport Landing Cruises, Newport Beach

Experience the magic of the lovely Newport Beach Coast at night, when the bright beach views transform to a starlight vision of twinkling lights and crackling bonfires. This 90-minute nighttime sail of the bay off of Newport Beach is a great way to enjoy the coast from a unique perspective while enjoying a full cash bar stocked all your favorite libations. During each cruise, you're likely to pass hundreds of yachts, sailing ships and cruise ships as they navigate the harbor, creating a festive boating experience. It's a great way to kick off a night on the town, or wind down after a dinner at one of the area's many great restaurants.

Offer Dates: November 30

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $10


Free Storytelling Series: "All the World"
at Garry Marshall Theatre, Burbank

Caldecott Honor-winning children's book "All the World" is one of those "Read it again, please" bedtime favorites. It beautifully affirms the importance of all things great and small in our world -- from the tiniest shell on the beach, to the widest sunset sky -- centering all its action around a young family spending a day together. "All the world is here. It is there. It is everywhere. All the world is right where you are. Now." This simple message will take root inside you and your littles as you watch the images of award-winning illustrator Marla Frazee splash across the big screen at Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank. Actress Connie Jackson will breathe life into author Liz Garton Scanlon's words at this free Storybook Pages event. There'll also be a live musical performance by singer-songwriter Tom Rossi, plus a chance to meet Frazee and have her sign a copy of the book for your family.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: COMP  |  Our Price: FREE


"Letters to Eve" -- Powerful WWII-Era Musical Returns
at The Miles Playhouse, Santa Monica

With its focus on everyday people taking a stand against oppression, the World War II-set musical "Letters to Eve" returns with a timely update. The year is 1943, and the spirit of music and literature is alive in several stories playing out in parallel narratives: that of a Japanese-American family in a U.S. internment camp, a Jewish woman dealing with a horrible secret and an African-American jazz musician being held captive in a German concentration camp. A timeless tale of love, friendship and honor, this mesmerizing musical reveals the true power of the human spirit at The Miles Playhouse in Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 26

Full Price: $20 - $40  |  Our Price: $10 - $20


Vivica A. Fox Reprises Love Guru Role on Stage
at Orpheum Theatre, Los Angeles

Ah, relationships. Sometimes they can feel like you're playing a game you don't know the rules to. If only there was "someone" to explain it all. Someone like, say, Vivica A. Fox? Well, maybe not Fox herself, but for sure the character she played in the hit 2001 film "Two Can Play That Game", by the writer of "Barbershop". But what would the relationship guru with all the answers do when she found her own man stepping out? What "wouldn't" she do? Fox once again lays down the rules -- this time on stage at L.A.'s Orpheum Theatre in Je'Caryous Johnson's theatrical adaptation. The star-studded cast also includes "Scandal"'s Columbus Short, R&B singer Vivian Green and "Real Housewife" Porsha Williams. The game just got real.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $62.50  |  Our Price: $39


Seven Strangers Trapped in "Elevator", a Comedy From An 11:11 Experience
at The Coast Playhouse, West Hollywood

When seven strangers -- a female CEO, a businessman, an office temp, a hot woman, a musician, a maintenance man and a goth girl -- get stuck in an elevator, it's only a matter of time before they all reveal their true selves to the others. Surrounded by four very close walls and each other, judgments and stereotypes begin to dissolve as they drop their guards and reveal who they really are. Blending musical sequences and cinematic style, "Elevator" will take you on a comedic and emotional ride into the human psyche at The Coast Playhouse in West Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $40 - $50  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


Moscow Ballet's Magical "Nutcracker"
at The Wiltern, Los Angeles

Now on its 25th anniversary tour, the Moscow Ballet's magical take on "The Nutcracker" draws heavily on its Russian heritage with Tchaikovsky's sumptuous score, hand-sewn Victorian-style costumes and larger-than-life nesting dolls. But this magnificent production is nothing but state of the art when it comes to special effects, like a Christmas tree that grows 50 feet before your eyes, a magical forest complete with falling snow and awe-inspiring backdrops designed by none other than "La La Land" and "Grand Budapest Hotel" concept artist Carl Sprague. And there's no better place for you and your family to get swept up in the spirit of the season than at the beautiful, historic art-deco palace known as L.A.'s Wiltern.

Offer Dates: December 15, December 16

Full Price: $66.50 - $123.50  |  Our Price: $39 - $59


"Our Town": Pulitzer-Winning Drama Starring Jane Kaczmarek ("Malcolm in the Middle")
at The Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena

Proclaimed "the greatest American play ever written," Thornton Wilder's "Our Town" looks at the power of life and death even in the brightest and most unassuming of settings. Winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1938, this hard-hitting drama finds young lovers George and Emily grappling with lost potential, the sacrifices one makes for love and the beauty found in life if you look hard enough. Narrated by the nameless Stage Manager, the actors perform this profound drama with minimal props or set, often breaking the fourth wall to address the audience directly. Don't miss this groundbreaking new production of the iconic play, which stars Jane Kaczmarek ("Malcolm in the Middle") and is co-produced with Tony-nominated Deaf West Theatre and performed in both American Sign Language and spoken English.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22

Full Price: $45 - $92  |  Our Price: $30 - $65


Modern Adaptation of Classic Nutcracker Tale
at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Redondo Beach

The Debbie Allen Dance Academy is proud to present the eighth annual production of Debbie Allen's family-friendly holiday spectacular "The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker" at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center. In this modern adaptation of the classic Nutcracker story, three wise-cracking rats whisk us off on an adventure through Candy Cane Land, The Rainforest, Bollywood, Egypt and more! Filled with entertaining characters, lively music and spectacular dancing, "The Hot Chocolate Nutcracker", a production for the entire family, is not to be missed!

Offer Dates: December 7, December 8, December 9, December 9, December 10

Full Price: $50 - $110  |  Our Price: $25 - $69


Oakland Rap Legend Zion I Live
at SOL Venue, Carson

One of the most cerebral artists in the game today, Zion I will take the stage at SOL Venue in Carson for a night of dope beats and deep rhymes. At one point a duo, Zion I is now represented by rapper Zumbi, who recently released the "Labyrinth" album, showcasing the same style that made him a Bay Area legend. Come out and experience Zion I along with some special guests at this night of good vibes.

Offer Dates: December 7

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Ray Romano, Hannibal Buress, Nikki Glaser & More
at Wilshire Ebell Theatre, Los Angeles

They say laughter is the best medicine, but can it cure cancer? That would be a no, though it sure can raise money for it, especially when said fundraiser includes big comic names such as Hannibal Buress, Iliza Shlesinger, Fred Willard and more. Ray Romano hosts the 11th-annual International Myeloma Foundation Comedy Celebration, bringing his laid-back Queens charm to a truly staggering evening of star-studded stand-up at Wilshire Ebell Club in Los Angeles. Laugh it up with the likes of "WTF" podcast impresario Marc Maron, "Silicon Valley"'s Kumail Nanjiani, and the gut-busting Nikki Glaser, whose Comedy Central show "Not Safe" made jaws drop with its frank discussions of sex. But the funniest name on this dream lineup might be the one least known -- make sure you are in your seat for Rachel Feinstein, whose relentless arsenal of jokes, cutting observations and searing anecdotes will have you gasping as you fight to stop laughing and get a breath in. Yes, this is a good thing, and for a good cause to boot.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $100  |  Our Price: $75


"Cagney": Tap-Dancing Musical Biography
at El Portal Theatre - Debbie Reynolds Mainstage, North Hollywood

From the streets of New York City to silver-screen stardom, James Cagney was a bona fide legend. Direct from its hit run in New York, actor-singer-dancer Robert Creighton plays the role he was born to play, the archetypal tough guy in the energetic tap-dancing musical "Cagney" at North Hollywood's El Portal Theatre. Mixing new music with classic George M. Cohan tunes including "Give My Regards to Broadway," "Grand Old Flag" and "Yankee Doodle Dandy," the show follows Cagney's rise from the vaudeville stage to Hollywood's original gangster. Creighton earned an Astaire Award, and is racking up nominations from Drama Desk, the Outer Critics Circle and the Off-Broadway Alliance for his role, and the music and lyrics he wrote for the musical.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27

Full Price: $55 - $75  |  Our Price: $29 - $55


Ride the Romantic Ferris Wheel
at Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, Santa Monica

What is it that's so romantic about a Ferris wheel? At Santa Monica Pier, the answer is simple: Rising to the top of the iconic ride can take a couple's breath away with panoramic views of the majestic Southern California coastline, filling hearts with powerful feelings of love and passion. Should you hit the Wheel up at twilight, the watercolor hues of the sunset will make you feel like you're the star of your own blockbuster Hollywood romance. Double your desire with a fall date night offer good for two Ferris wheel rides, as well as a $10 credit for use in the park's games area. Because if a round or two on the Wheel can light the fire of ardor, there's nothing like a rousing game of Whac-a-Mole to fan the flames.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $27  |  Our Price: $15


Magic, Live Music, Craft Cocktails & More at Black Rabbit Rose
at Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood

Amazement awaits you and your guests inside Black Rabbit Rose, a swanky multi-space venue boasting a theater for magic and variety acts, plus a bar featuring craft cocktails and Thai-Chinese small plates. This retro-style cabaret show sets out to impress with an array of burlesque and specialty performers, while the world's finest close-up illusionists dazzle you with their magical talent. VIP admission grants you a cocktail to start the evening at this intimate Hollywood nightspot.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 26, October 27, November 2, November 3, November 9, November 10, November 16, November 17, November 23, November 24, November 30, December 1, December 7, December 8, December 14, December 15, December 21, December 22, December 28, December 29

Full Price: $40 - $55  |  Our Price: $26 - $40


LA Clippers Basketball: Back & Better Than Ever
at STAPLES Center, Los Angeles

The LA Clippers are back and ready to take on the best of the NBA during the 2016-17 season. You can be right there in the middle of all the action. Watch Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan take on their opponents in games filled with thunderous slam dunks, fast breaks and nail-biting moments on the hardwood. This team is the real deal, and the time is now to get out to STAPLES Center and cheer them on as they battle for the Western Conference crown.

Offer Dates: October 24, October 28, November 1

Full Price: $14.85 - $54.85  |  Our Price: $10 - $43


"Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat"
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

This musical from legendary masterminds Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice is the perfect Sunday Funday family activity, featuring Patrick Cassidy and reimagined choreography by Dave Scott ("So You Think You Can Dance"). "Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat" is based on the "coat of many colors" story from a Bible story, and follows Joseph, whose father gives him a gorgeous multi-hued cloak as a gift. Green with envy over the garment, Joseph's brothers sell him into slavery, and he ends up in Egypt, where he manages to rescue the country from famine, with a little help from an Elvis-esque pharaoh. If you're looking for a musical that includes hip-hop dancing and nonstop singing, you'll definitely dig this one, which features an oddly amazing assortment of genres like country, rock, hip-hop and even calypso. Bring the gang to the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $35 - $66  |  Our Price: $20 - $46


Jazz Greats at the World-Famous Catalina Bar and Grill
at Catalina Bar and Grill, Hollywood

This Hollywood supper club hosts great live jazz and cabaret in a setting with Old World charm. Catalina has lived up to its slogan "Nothing But the Best in Jazz" by presenting a veritable who's who of music legends, including Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, McCoy Tyner, Chick Corea, Carmen McRae, Joe Henderson, Benny Carter, Wynton and Branford Marsalis, Joshua Redman and vocalists like Melissa Manchester, Brenda Russell, Jane Monheit, Barbara Morrison and many more.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 20, October 21, October 24, October 28, October 29, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4

Full Price: $20 - $50  |  Our Price: $12 - $30


Kirk Franklin & Ledisi: A Night of R&B and Gospel
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Grammy-winning gospel superstar Kirk Franklin and R&B powerhouse Ledisi have teamed up to co-headline "The Rebel, The Soul & The Saint" concert tour, which rolls into L.A.'s Microsoft Theater. The two will cook up an amazing show that's sure to touch your heart, body and soul. You'll hear fan favorites, as well as songs from Franklin's most recent release "Losing My Religion" and Ledisi's newest album "Let Love Rule". R&B singer-songwriter -- and former Maroon 5 member -- PJ Morton opens up the night.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $39.50 - $59.50  |  Our Price: $29.50 - $59.50


Neil Turbin: Original Voice of Anthrax
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Neil Turbin was the first permanent vocalist of Anthrax, helping to pioneer thrash metal with the group's groundbreaking debut album, "Fistful of Metal," and the US Attack Tour '84 with Raven and Metallica. Turbin, a key songwriter and major contributor, wrote all the lyrics and provided the main concepts to such well-known metal anthems such as "Metal Thrashing Mad," "Armed and Dangerous," "Deathrider" and "Gung Ho," which were on Anthrax's first three releases and many subsequent live and greatest hits albums. Catch Turbin live at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach, with DeathRiders and Doyle Rules.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: COMP


"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum"
at Garry Marshall Theatre, Burbank

He's taken us on a tasting tour of Victorian England's back alley pie shops ("Sweeney Todd"), through a magical fairy tale forest ("Into the Woods") and even inside a work of art ("Sunday in the Park with George"). But never has Stephen Sondheim played a more raucous musical tour guide than in his laugh-out-loud ancient Roman comedy "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum". The winner of six Tonys, "Forum" is one of the funniest musicals ever written, seamlessly merging situations from timeless Roman comedies with the fast-paced, slapstick energy of classic vaudeville. Experience the wild antics of the mischievous slave Pseudolus in this feel-good romp that sings and dances its way through mistaken identities, a house full of comely courtesans and an elaborate web of lies -- all adding up to one fun night of theater. Step into the Garry Marshall Theatre in Burbank and enjoy classic show tunes like "Lovely," "Bring Me My Bride" and the beloved Broadway showstopper that actually "starts" the show, "Comedy Tonight."

Offer Dates: November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19, November 19, November 22, November 24, November 25, November 25, November 26, November 26, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 3, December 7, December 8, December 9

Full Price: $67 - $75  |  Our Price: $29 - $42.50


Live Party Hits and Cocktail Buckets With Howl at the Moon
at Howl at the Moon, Universal City

A total high-energy package, Howl at the Moon is the experience that brings together a live concert AND a full bar, and the fun doesn't stop short at their spot in Universal City. Try switching out the DJ for a live show that features musicians jamming out to their own renditions of dance anthems and party hits. Whether it's that pop song you hear on repeat on the radio or a good old '90s throwback, Howl at the Moon re-charges each tune with a new, refreshing kick that gets the crowd jumping. Massive buckets of sugar-fueled cocktails also lend a hand to the party, with treats like sparkling vodka apple lemonade, a Fruit Roll-Up-inspired medley and more.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 23, November 24, November 25, November 26, November 30

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: COMP


Small Decisions Have Huge Impact in "An Accident"
at The Lounge Theatres, Los Angeles

A woman wakes up in a hospital unable to move and with little memory of her past, only to discover that the man who ran her over is her sole visitor. "An Accident" explores how small decisions can change the course of a life and how the body and mind heal in unexpected ways. Enjoy this Griot Theatre of the West Valley production at The Lounge Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


Vivica A. Fox Reprises Love Guru Role on Stage
at Long Beach Performing Arts Center, Terrace Theater, Long Beach

Ah, relationships. Sometimes they can feel like you're playing a game you don't know the rules to. If only there was "someone" to explain it all. Someone like, say, Vivica A. Fox? Well, maybe not Fox herself, but for sure the character she played in the hit 2001 film "Two Can Play That Game", by the writer of "Barbershop". But what would the relationship guru with all the answers do when she found her own man stepping out? What "wouldn't" she do? Fox once again lays down the rules -- this time on stage at the Long Beach Performing Arts Center in Je'Caryous Johnson's theatrical adaptation. The star-studded cast also includes "Scandal"'s Columbus Short, R&B singer Vivian Green and "Real Housewife" Porsha Williams. The game just got real.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Hi-Fi Soundtrack Plays Hits of the '70s, '80s & '90s
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Formed out of a pure burning love for the unforgettable rock music of the '70s, '80s and '90s, Hi-Fi Soundtrack is made up of talented musicians whose vast and diverse musical backgrounds breathe new life into popular classics that range across a number of genres. From the punk rock of The Clash, Green Day, Sex Pistols and Ramones, to the cinematic rock of U2 and Foo Fighters, to timeless hits from groups like Devo, The Cure, The Cars and more, there's something for everyone at a Hi-Fi Soundtrack show. Catch them in concert at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach.

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


Chicago Symphony Orchestra Visits LA
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

If you think the LA Philharmonic is an epic masterpiece, you'll likely approve of their own curated list of mighty orchestras, now visiting the Walt Disney Concert Hall from all over the world. First to grace the stage is the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, whose inception dates all the way back to 1891. Led by conductor Riccardo Muti, the orchestra was voted fifth best orchestra in the world by "Gramophone" in 2008, and has also won a whopping 62 Grammys for its recordings. For this evening, you'll hear two warm, buoyant middle symphonies from the classic Brahms -- Oh, and expect some fantastic acoustics from this renowned concert hall.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $111  |  Our Price: $78


"Paranormal Ship Walk" Aboard the Queen Mary
at Queen Mary, Long Beach

The rumors of ghosts who continue to haunt the Queen Mary have yet to be put to rest -- in fact, "Time" magazine named it one of the world's "Top 10 Haunted Places" in 2008. The retired ocean liner and war ship once known as the "Grey Ghost" now invites you to embark on a two-hour adventure into the vessel's deep, dark passageways, to explore its most famously haunted locations and learn more about its spooky history. Among the spirits who're reportedly still hanging around on board are a sailor who died in the ship's engine room and the eerie and ethereal "lady in white."

Offer Dates: February 1

Full Price: $44  |  Our Price: $22


Mel Brooks' Monstrously Funny Musical
at Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts, Cerritos

Mel Brooks jolted his classic movie comedy "Young Frankenstein" back to life with a bunch of hilarious new songs, turning it into a monster Broadway hit. Now it's coming to the Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts in a new 3D Theatricals production that tracks the tongue-in-cheek tale of young Dr. Frankenstein (or "Fronkensteen," as he prefers to be known) as he tries to complete his grandfather's work of re-animating the dead. He's helped out -- kinda -- by the hunchbacked, bulging-eyed Igor, his beautiful lab assistant, Inga, and the frightfully eccentric housekeeper Frau Blucher, of course. The Brooks-penned score boasts such catchy tunes as "Transylvania Mania," "He Vas My Boyfriend" and "Puttin' on the Ritz."

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $60 - $75  |  Our Price: $30 - $37.50


"Urban Death Tour of Terror": Zombie Joe's Haunted Theater Attraction
at Zombie Joe's Underground Theatre, North Hollywood

"Urban Death Tour of Terror" is a series of short vignettes illustrating macabre images of horror meant to disturb, discomfit, thrill, shock and sometimes make you laugh at the absurdity. This walk-through, maze-like show is not for the faint-of-heart, but is fantastic entertainment for daring adventurers ready to delve into an avant-garde world of inexplicable horrors, unfathomable monstrosities and the disturbed spirits that walk among us. From the lighting -- and then the deep, dark lack of it -- to the spooky score, effects and costumes, "Urban Death Tour of Terror" plunges you into its terrifying, alternative underworld. If you're thinking you've seen it all before, think again -- Underground Theatre Group brings you an all-new show for 2017.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 20, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 30, October 30, October 30, October 30, October 30, October 31, October 31, October 31, October 31, October 31

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8


Indie-Folk Stars M. Ward & Rhiannon Giddens
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Since his 1999 debut, low-key indie star M. Ward has been creating the perfect soundtrack to quiet, introspective nights indoors, or long, winding solo walks. Now, armed with his hushed signature rasp and rambling guitar, Ward heads to L.A.'s Walt Disney Concert Hall to recreate all the same warmth and poignance of an intimate living room listen. He'll be joined by Americana singer-songwriter Rhiannon Giddens, whose musical genius is now officially on the books; she's one of this year's newly minted MacArthur "Genius Grant" recipients. The former Carolina Chocolate Drops front-woman has an unmistakable voice that rings loud and clear as a bell. She has the power to root you to the spot with covers and original pieces that borrow from blues, folk and country, as well as uniquely African-American sources like slave narratives and civil rights protest songs. As Ward delves into the folk, rock and doo-wop of his past pursuits, Giddens will get you hooked on her latest album, "Freedom Highway".

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $85  |  Our Price: $60


"Enemy of the Pueblo" Puts a Mexican Spin on Ibsen
at Casa 0101 Theater, Los Angeles

Taking inspiration from Henrik Ibsen's "An Enemy of the People", L.A.'s CASA 0101 Theater presents "Enemy of the Pueblo". In this modern adaptation, a "curandera" (a folk healer) stands against the entire border town of Milagros when she discovers their water supply has been poisoned. From Josefina López -- the award-winning writer of "Real Women Have Curves" -- comes this tale filled with secrets, magic and betrayal.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


'80s Greats Boy George, Violent Femmes & More
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Volume 5 of the totally tubular "80's Weekend" brings even more of your favorite bands off your online playlists and onto the Microsoft Theater stage in downtown Los Angeles. The latest jam-packed lineup is set to feature pop trailblazer Boy George ("Karma Chameleon"), alt-rockers Violent Femmes ("Blister in the Sun") and The Romantics ("That's What I Like About You"), along with Nick Heyward of Haircut One Hundred, A Flock of Seagulls and Dramarama. Also scheduled to take the stage are legendary hip- hop pioneers Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five and the Sugar Hill Gang ("Rapper's Delight").

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"Frida - Stroke of Passion"
at Macha Theatre, West Hollywood

While Frida Kahlo's death certificate alleges "pulmonary embolism" as cause of death, no autopsy was allowed, and she was immediately cremated. "Frida - Stroke of Passion" explores Kahlo's mental, emotional and physical condition during the last week of her life, exposing her love affair with famous Mexican singer Chavela Vargas, film star Maria Felix, dancer and singer Josephine Baker, Communist intellectual Leon Trotsky, a Cuban spy and her complex, passionate love for painter Diego Rivera. The play, starring Odalys Nanin as Kahlo, features live music and iconic Latin Classic songs like "La Llorona," "Think of Me," "Macorina," "Estan son Las Mananita," and more.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $18 - $20


Bizet's "The Pearl Fishers" From LA Opera
at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

Dive into a story of forbidden love with Georges Bizet's colorful feast for the eyes and ears. Set in ancient times on a faraway island, "The Pearl Fishers" follows two fishermen whose loyalty is put to the test when they both fall in love with a beautiful priestess, igniting a fiery love triangle. Secrets and lives hang in the balance as jealousy competes with their fraternal bond in this enchanting early opera from Bizet ("Carmen") that includes the famous duet "Au fond du temple saint." Complete with stunning special effects and starring soprano Nino Machaidze in the lead role, this beautifully staged LA Opera production of "The Pearl Fishers" at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion is sung in French with English projected English translations.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 25, October 28

Full Price: $41 - $219  |  Our Price: $41 - $149


Search the Beach for Clues in "The Fantastic Santa Monica Race"
at The Fantastic Santa Monica Race Starting Line, Santa Monica

From the creators of the highly acclaimed "Amazing Los Angeles Race" comes the "The Fantastic Santa Monica Race", the same concept as its L.A. counterpart but with a beachy twist. Part sightseeing tour, part scavenger hunt, this fast-paced competition sends teams of two to eight people to explore the Santa Monica Pier, the Venice Boardwalk and numerous other coastal sites looking for clues. Solving one puzzle leads to a search for the next and so on, until the day ends with a fun awards ceremony that includes snacks and beverages for all participants.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $79  |  Our Price: $39


Emmy-Winner Carolyn Hennesy as Diva Maria Callas
at Garry Marshall Theatre, Burbank

One of the most glamorous celebrities of her time -- and the definition of a diva -- world-renowned opera star Maria Callas comes to vibrant life in this wickedly funny stage bio that won a Tony Award for Best Play. Terrence McNally's "Master Class" finds the singing legend leading a Julliard voice class, while she both cajoles and terrorizes to get the best out of her students. Watch "La Divina" muse on her past glories and many heartbreaks when this theatrical tribute takes the stage at the Garry Marshall Theatre, kicking off the Burbank venue's inaugural season.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $57 - $65  |  Our Price: $20 - $45


Titanic Photo Exhibit Features Genuine Artifacts From the Ship
at Queen Mary, Long Beach

One of the most well-known ships in history comes to life again at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. With this series of over 100 photographs of the epic Titantic, visitors are taken on a journey through the eyes of the passengers themselves, revealing everything from the ship's conception to its downfall. Take a look through the grandiose decks, smoking rooms, luxury swimming pools and first class lounge while learning about the making of the Titanic too. Rare and unique artifacts from the boat, its sister Olympic and the rescue ship Carpathia accompany the exhibit and include pieces like furniture, memorial postcards and even a gold watch dropped by a passenger. A brand new educational experience, "Titanic in Photographs" keeps the story of the legendary ship alive for both young and old alike.

Offer Dates: July 31

Full Price: $27  |  Our Price: COMP - $14


"Throwback Thursdays": Retro Movies on the Big Screen
at Laemmle's NoHo 7, North Hollywood

Laemmle NoHo 7 and Eat|See|Hear have come up with the perfect film series for all you cinephiles, pop culture-lovers and nostalgia buffs: "Throwback Thursdays". Come out to the North Hollywood cinema haven and rediscover popular classics and buried gems that are rarely, if ever, shown on the big screen. You might even get treated to a special guest appearance by a celebrity connected to the film. There's something for every taste at "Throwback Thursdays" -- from "When Harry Met Sally" to "Blade Runner" and beyond.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 26, November 2, November 9, November 16, November 30

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP - $6


DAPPER DAY Expo at Disneyland Hotel
at Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim

The fall edition of the DAPPER DAY Expo is swinging into Anaheim in a gust of fall foliage colors and refined polish. If you're mad about the mouse -- and love a good bowtie or fascinator, to boot -- this Disneyland Hotel shindig is here to cater to all your whimsical wants. For two days, the Exhibit Hall will be filled with elegant vintage and contemporary clothing and accessories, barber and beauty products, home decor, exclusive DAPPER DAY merch and more. As you hunt for Cinderella-worthy opera gloves or a pair of Jiminy-reminiscent spats, you can take in live music or a dance performance. Catch bespectacled bon vivant and kitsch fanatic Charles Phoenix as he debuts his new book "Addicted to Americana". There'll even be dance lessons (if your jitterbug needs adjustments or your foxtrot's on the fritz). Whether you're hep or haute, the expo's the ideal marketplace for reveling in stylish living from yesterday and today.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $10


"Beauty and the Beast: A Christmas Rose" -- Fun New Take on the Classic Tale
at Pasadena Civic Auditorium, Pasadena

"Beauty and the Beast: A Christmas Rose" puts a fun, modern spin on the beloved tale. Featuring alumni of "So You Think You Can Dance", choreography by Mandy Moore ("La La Land") and direction by Tony nominee Sheldon Epps, this production will get the whole family in the Christmas spirit. Packed with laughs and hit songs by Bruno Mars, Sam Cooke and Taylor Swift, this show from the acclaimed Lythgoe Family Panto comes to the stage in the style of a classic British holiday panto, which takes a well-known fairy tale and gives it a cheeky, modern twist. So, gather the family and come out to Pasadena Civic Auditorium to cheer the heroes and boo the villains in this fun, interactive play.

Offer Dates: December 14, December 15, December 16, December 16, December 17, December 17

Full Price: $52 - $128  |  Our Price: $32 - $94


Betrayal, Backstabbing & Hope in Verdi's "Nabucco"
at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

A king driven mad. A bloodthirsty princess usurping power. A group of defenseless refugees struggling to fight back against their oppressors. If you think this sounds like something out of "Game of Thrones" you wouldn't be wrong -- but this epic drama full of backstabbing, violence and palace intrigue is actually Verdi's acclaimed opera "Nabucco". Thaddeus Strassberger's production at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles features opera superstar (and Three Tenors member) Plácido Domingo as the mad king Nabucco, whose campaign to drive the Jews from Babylon turns his family against itself. "Nabucco" doesn't feature any dragons, but it does include the "Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves" -- one of opera's most famous songs, which was once in the running to be Italy's national anthem.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 8

Full Price: $84 - $249  |  Our Price: $79 - $199


"Pasadena Confidential" Bus Tour -- Uncover the City of Roses' Alternate History
at Esotouric Bus - Bellefontaine Street, Pasadena

Murders, arsons, kidnappings, robberies, suicides and other oddball happenings ... it's an alternate history of Pasadena that reveals the hidden thorns in the City of Roses. Join Esotouric's ace researchers on this four-hour guided luxury coach tour that'll open your eyes and curl your toes with amazing and lurid stories of old Pasadena -- from the famed Sphinx murder at Masonic Hall to "Eraserhead" star Jack Nance's strange end and way beyond. The tour provides a alternate history of Pasadena that's as fascinating as it is creepy. This is the stuff that travel brochures don't want you to know, kids -- but the folks at Esotouric are more than happy to tell you all about it.

Offer Dates: December 2

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


"La Belle et la Bête" -- Music by Philip Glass
at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles

Jean Cocteau revolutionized filmmaking and inspired countless future directors with his 1946 work "La Belle et la Bête (Beauty and the Beast)". In 1994, world-renowned composer Philip Glass created an operatic, alternative score to the masterpiece. In this performance at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles, the Philip Glass Ensemble joins a group of opera singers to perform live alongside a screening of the original Cocteau film, blending music and imagery from across the decades to create an unforgettable artistic experience. Seeing the show on Halloween? All of that evening's ticket holders are invited to a Halloween after-party immediately following the performance! With a costume contest, music and cash bar, LA Opera and the Theatre at Ace Hotel's bash will make this your hippest Halloween yet.

Offer Dates: October 29, October 31

Full Price: $29 - $114  |  Our Price: $23 - $103


"[title of show]": A Lovable Musical About Musicals
at Let Live Theater at The Actors Company, Los Angeles

Two struggling writers want to submit a piece to a new musical theater festival, but the deadline's a mere three weeks away. Deciding to follow the old adage, "Write what you know," they write ... a musical about writing a musical. "[title of show]" was a surprise hit on Broadway -- earning a Tony nod -- and now the love letter to musical theater hits Let Live Theater at The Actors Company in L.A.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Crime Bus Tour of Downtown L.A.: "Hotel Horrors and Main Street Vice"
at Esotouric Bus, at The Daily Dose, Los Angeles

From the founding of the city through the 1940s, downtown was the true center of Los Angeles, a lively, densely populated, exciting -- and sometimes dangerous -- place. On this four-hour insider's bus tour through the downtown area, Esotouric guides will take you to the scenes of weird crimes and peculiar happenings, sharing little-known facts and vintage photographs of the scenes as they appeared up to 100 years ago. See the spot where two traveling salesmen laughed so hard they fell backward out a window to their deaths. Visit the scenes where various debaucheries (at least by early 20th-century standards), crimes and passions played out. Once you know the history behind the area, driving through downtown Los Angeles will never be the same.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Los Angeles Rams Battle New Orleans Saints
at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

The exciting 2017 NFL season continues as the Los Angeles Rams go head-to-head against the New Orleans Saints. Together with star running back Todd Gurley, quarterback Jared Goff will be looking to light up the board for the Rams, while the stellar defensive line will be shutting down their opponents. Drink some tasty beverages, munch on some hearty snacks and celebrate another NFL season at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.

Offer Dates: November 26

Full Price: $78.40 - $236.40  |  Our Price: $55 - $155


Disney Junior's "PJ Masks Live!"
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Inspired by the hit animated series on Disney Junior, "PJ Masks Live!" invites your kids along on an all-new musical adventure starring the famed trio of pajama-clad superheroes. As the story goes, "bedtime is the right time to fight crime" for Connor, Amaya and Greg -- three average, everyday 6-year-olds who transform into Catboy, Owlette and Gekko after dark. There's plenty of interactive excitement to be had at L.A.'s Microsoft Theater when they battle it out with the Baddies in a high-energy stage show filled with music and acrobatics, designed for kids ages 2-6.

Offer Dates: November 26

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Escape Reality" Into a World of Comedy and Magic at Magicopolis
at Magicopolis, Santa Monica

Some people think magic is stuffy and old-fashioned, with guys in tuxedos waving around black wands. Well, those people have never been to Magicopolis, where you'll ooh, you'll ahh and you'll laugh yourself silly. This is Magicopolis' hit show "Escape Reality", an "L.A. Times" critic's pick and an "LA Weekly" "Pick of the Week." Husband-and-wife team Steve Spill and Bozena Wrobel serve up a vaudeville-style show that's fun for the whole family, complete with optical illusions, levitation, mind reading, disappearances and a nail-biting Houdini-type escape ... the Table of Terror!

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28

Full Price: $36  |  Our Price: $18


Jazz, Blues, R&B, Broadway & Cabaret at Upstairs at Vitello's
at Upstairs at Vitello's, Studio City

A long-time Valley favorite for jazz, blues and more, Upstairs at Vitello's is located above the famed Vitello's Restaurant in Studio City. A hotspot for the best singer-songwriters, Broadway and cabaret acts, the lounge is a collaboration between Vitello's and famed drummer, vocalist, producer and composer Sheila E. You'll catch up-and-coming musicians and singers, well-established artists and legendary local, national and international talent as well. A full bar and a contemporary Italian menu complete the intimate venue's fun, relaxed atmosphere, making it the perfect spot for a night out.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 22

Full Price: $15 - $20  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $10


Who's Bad, The World's Premiere Tribute to Micheal Jackson, Performs
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Wowing crowds worldwide with a visual and sonic spectacular inspired by the King of Pop, Who's Bad is the biggest and longest-running Michael Jackson tribute in the world. With every detail in place, from uncannily accurate performances and intricate dance routines, to authentic costumes and beyond, Who's Bad re-creates the late superstar's legendary hits, from his Jackson 5 days to his solo smash albums "Off the Wall", "Thriller", "Bad" and more. Plus, they've shared the stage with some of pop music's biggest acts including The Four Tops, Boys II Men and The Backstreet Boys.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Watch Movies the Old-School Way at Electric Dusk Drive-In
at Electric Dusk Drive-In -- Los Angeles Location, Los Angeles

There are few things better than watching a movie ... except watching a movie outdoors, under the stars. Voted Best Outdoor Movies in "LA Weekly", Electric Dusk Drive-In returns to LACCD's Van De Kamp College Campus in Los Angeles near Atwater, Los Feliz and Glendale. Bring a lawn chair or blanket and settle in on the astroturf, or recline the seat of your car a bit and enjoy the film in the style of an old-fashioned drive-in. You're even welcome to bring your dog. Should you get hungry, the venue's Snack Shack offers grilled items such as hot dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers, chicken sandwiches, and array of candy, popcorn, chips, beverages and locally made cupcakes.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $12 - $14  |  Our Price: COMP - $7


Day of the Dead Musical Program
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Themed around the music of death and celebration, guest conductor María Guinand leads a spirited program exploring choral music that honors our ancestors that came before us, and celebrates the lives we share with each other. Timed to coincide with Mexico's vibrant Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) festivities, this concert explores a range of Latin American traditions under the inspiring baton of Guinand who is revered in her homeland of Venezuela and renowned worldwide. Catch this exciting program at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $39 - $129  |  Our Price: $19.50 - $64.50


RJ ("MrLA") & Friends Halloween Bash
at OHM Nightclub, Hollywood

Pre-Halloween thrills and chills will be provided by rapper RJ and his posse, whose first studio disc, "MrLA" and single, "Brackin,'" came out in May 2017, garnering great reviews for the South Central native. "Complex" online magazine has already picked the album as one of the best releases of the year, raving, "You really have to see RJ live. ... This is rowdy, G-funk music, soaked in classic West Coast elements." Also famed for his "O.M.M.I.O. (On My Mama I'm On)" trilogy of mixtapes, RJ's part of a collaborative crew that includes DJ Mustard, YG, Ty Dolla $ign, Nipsey Hussle and others, so you can expect a surprise guest or two at OHM Nightclub in Hollywood, where you'll hear hits like "Ride With Me," "Get Rich" and more.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


The Comedy Store's Headliner Shows
at The Comedy Store, West Hollywood

You would be hard-pressed to find a comedy club with more history or greater pedigree than the Comedy Store's West Hollywood location along the Sunset Strip. Since its beginnings in the early '70s, the venue has regaled audiences with an unrelenting torrent of the biggest names in comedy, ranging from Sam Kinison to Jim Carrey, Chris Rock, Chelsea Handler, Dane Cook and beyond. Through it all, the Comedy Store has never lost its quirky, intimate atmosphere, making it as inviting for the audience as it is the comics. At any given show you're guaranteed to see some of today's best and brightest stand-ups testing out material, and you never know what surprise guests might drop by to do a set.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21, October 26, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Peppa Pig Sings & Dances in All-New Show "Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Surprise!"
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Peppa Pig -- star of her own hit children's animated series on Nick Jr. -- is back and bringing her latest fun-filled stage show to the U.S.! It's a lovely day outside and Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have got a wonderful surprise in store for Peppa and her little brother, George. Will they guess the exciting news? Find out at Los Angeles' Microsoft Theater as Peppa and the rest of her family and friends come to life as full-sized puppets in "Peppa Pig Live! Peppa Pig's Surprise!" Expect lots of singing, dancing and audience participation during this fast-paced, funny performance that's perfect for preschoolers.

Offer Dates: December 10, December 10

Full Price: $32.50 - $40.50  |  Our Price: $22 - $29


The Songs of Selda and Derek and Eric
at Rockwell: Table & Stage, Los Angeles

New York-based songwriters Selda Sahin and Derek Gregor first soaked up the spotlight when their high-energy pop songs splashed across the big screen in movie musical "Grind". Led by stage legend Anthony Rapp, the characters embark on a string of anonymous app-based flings, singing synthed-out high note-hitters like "Do It Anyway" and "Easier Not to Care." Now, Selda and Derek return to L.A. to team up with friend and film co-star Eric Krop. They'll assemble at Rockwell: Table & Stage for a night of songs new and old, including a bit of pop, country, musical theatre and even a few special guests.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Shakespeare's "King John" -- The Porters
at Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center, North Hollywood

Concluding their 11th Season, The Porters of Hellsgate Theatre Co. turn to Shakespeare's earliest king: John. Against a landscape of war and vicious political selfishness, the play examines the fallout when a weak and feckless bully runs his country to the brink of destruction. The production stars Gus Krieger, an award-winning actor and writer. Most recently, he was seen as Walter White in the hit show of his own creation, "Breaking Bard", which premiered at the Hollywood Fringe Festival before a full run in North Hollywood. Directing is Thomas Bigley, who helmed the "Henry VI" trilogy to great acclaim, taking home the Valley Theatre Award for Best Director. Don't miss "King John" at the Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center.

Offer Dates: November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 26, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 8, December 9, December 10

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


The George A. Romero Official Tribute and Memorial
at Alex Theatre, Glendale

Join George Romero's family and close friends as they celebrate the life and career of the legendary horror filmmaker, who passed away on July 16, 2017, at the age of 77. Romero, who pioneered modern zombie films with the 1968 feature "Night of the Living Dead," made an indelible imprint on the industry and inspired a multitude of influential directors and actors. Help celebrate his legacy at Glendale's Alex Theatre with a Q&A with celebrity fans and friends, followed by a screening of George's classic Warner Bros. film "Creepshow", starring Ed Harris, Ted Danson, Leslie Nielsen, Stephen King, Hal Holbrook and Adrienne Barbeau, among others.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $30 - $50  |  Our Price: $15 - $25


Pop Culture Collectibles, Art & More
at Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena

For collectors, life is an ongoing quest to clear shelf space. But even the savviest collectors may have trouble finding room for all the cool stuff DesignerCon packs under one 90,000-square-foot roof at Pasadena Convention Center. From sci-fi figurines to whimsical wearables, indie comic books, toys that put the "oh!" in adorable, underground fashion and beyond, there's something for pop culture enthusiasts of every stripe at this annual weekend-long bonanza of art and design. Shop at more than 400 vendor booths as you navigate special events such as artist signings, giveaways, a "3D Printing Essentials" panel, a scratch session and meet-and-greet with visionary turntablist DJ Qbert, and so much more.

Offer Dates: November 11, November 12

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


"Tease, If You Please": Authentic Burlesque Theater Experience
at The Globe Theater, Los Angeles

Tassels will be spinning as the sexy and seductive biweekly burlesque show "Tease, If You Please" transports you back to the golden age of striptease and Gypsy Rose Lee. Staged at the historic Globe Theater in downtown Los Angeles, "Tease, If You Please" spotlights some of the most creative dancers in the business, tapped specifically for their originality, stage presence and style. Miss Donna Hood, who performed alongside the one-and-only Dita Von Teese in "Strip, Strip, Hooray!", produces this thoroughly modern yet vintage-style show, which stars a rotating cast of talented artists including Olivia Bellafontaine, Jessabelle Thunder and Tonya Kay, in an elegant cabaret-style atmosphere.

Offer Dates: November 3, November 16

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: COMP - $17.50


Soak Up the Stunning Scenery on Newport Beach Sunset Cruise
at Newport Landing Cruises, Newport Beach

Experience the best Southern California has to offer on a gorgeous and relaxing 90-minute sail of the bay off of Newport Beach at sunset. Take in the beautiful coastal scenery while enjoying complimentary fresh chips and salsa and taking advantage of the on-board drink specials, which includes the house special: the Newport Bay Margarita. Watch as the sun sets and the sky becomes a fiery red spectacle. After dusk the stars come out, and you'll be treated to a beautiful view of the twinkling lights of Newport Beach and its famous coastline.

Offer Dates: November 30

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $10


Museum of Broken Relationships: Love's Leftovers on Display
at Museum of Broken Relationships, Los Angeles

In the heart of Hollywood lies the Museum of Broken Relationships, a haven for the relics left behind when love has left the building. The museum's sole purpose is treasuring and sharing heartbreak stories and symbolic possessions from all over the world. Whether the relationships ended in furious flame-outs or bittersweet sorrow, the museum's collected the remnants. While perusing the displays, you can find anything from a single stiletto left behind in Amsterdam to a set of books by Proust abandoned in London to a toaster grabbed by a spiteful lover from Denver. What started as a globally crowd-sourced project with traveling exhibitions now has permanent museum outposts in Zagreb, Croatia and L.A. Explore the sentimental, heartbreaking, hilarious and occasionally oddball ways we love and handle loss.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $18  |  Our Price: $16.20


"The Virus" -- Save the World in Immersive Escape Room Experience
at The Virus-DTLA, Los Angeles

Welcome to Los Angeles in the not-so-distant future. A deadly virus has swept the earth and a team of scientists has burrowed deep into an underground laboratory to find a cure. As they search for an antidote and fight to save the world, each move becomes crucial -- if they accidentally set off the computerized decontamination system, they might be smashed flat by the slowly constricting laboratory walls. Only it isn't actually an underground laboratory, it's the stage at Six01 Studio in Burbank. And there are no scientists, it's just you and your friends as you participate in one of Los Angeles' most exciting and immersive escape room live theater experiences. "The Virus" utilizes digital technology and virtual reality from some of Hollywood's top craftspeople to create a totally realistic experience, placing you deep within a thrilling science-fiction epic that you won't soon forget.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $19.50


Street Food Cinema Glendale: Outdoor Flicks, Music & Food Trucks
at Glendale Central Park, Glendale

Put together outdoor screenings of popular movies, live music from up-and-coming local bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks and you've got the perfect L.A. summer experience. Street Food Cinema features a different lineup of eats and entertainment for a fabulous variety of fun under the stars. Grab some blankets, pillows, picnic items -- even your dog -- and come on out. Films are screened in high-def DLP projection, with cinema-quality picture and sound.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Cirque du Soleil: LUZIA": A Waking Dream of Mexico
at Grand Chapiteau at OC Fair & Event Center, Costa Mesa

Step right up into the Grand Chapiteau at OC Fair & Event Center and discover the surreal world of "LUZIA", where an imaginary Mexico springs to life to the soundtrack of brassy Mexican and Latin American sounds. Inspired by the cultural richness of Mexico, "Cirque du Soleil"'s new big-top show "LUZIA" features original music written for a live acoustic setting mixed with the electro-pop of Nortec Collective's Bostich + Fussible. Catch "LUZIA" -- a combination of the Spanish words "luz" (light) and "lluvia" (rain), two elements at the heart of the show -- on the Orange County stop of its world tour. Y

Offer Dates: February 22, February 23, February 23, February 24, February 24, February 25, February 25, February 27, February 28, March 1, March 2, March 3, March 3, March 4, March 4, March 8

Full Price: $60 - $270  |  Our Price: $58 - $270


Shakespeare Meets Italian Opera in Verdi's "Otello"
at Miles Memorial Playhouse, Santa Monica

"Otello" turns up the passion with this mashup between two giants of theater: William Shakespeare and Giuseppe Verdi. Pitting one of the greatest romances against a most odious villain, Verdi's "Otello" propels you through Shakespeare's stormy seas, soaring love duet, tender "Ave Maria" and crushing conclusion. James Salazaar and Steve Moritzugu head this all-star cast on the stage of Santa Monica's Miles Memorial Playhouse with the 25-piece Vineyard Touring Opera Orchestra. L. C. Harnsberger conducts a pre-performance talk, and audiences may stay after to meet the performers and enjoy light refreshments.

Offer Dates: October 28, October 28

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


Santa Anita Horse Racing: Box Seats, Craft Beer, Food & More With Farriers Package
at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia

Spend a gorgeous day at the races at a true Los Angeles landmark with an exclusive package that includes food, craft beer, collectible keepsakes and more. Santa Anita Park's Farriers Package features Club House admission, complete with box seating and a racing program, along with a pint of local craft beer from the Farriers bar and an entree from one of Santa Anita's brand-new Club House Mezzanine eateries. And if the memories you make at Santa Anita Park aren't enough, the Farriers package also includes a commemorative pint glass so you can take a piece of the "Great Race Place" home with you.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $35 - $50  |  Our Price: $21 - $30


LEGOLAND California: Family Fun With 60+ Rides, Shows & Attractions
at LEGOLAND California Resort, Carlsbad

LEGOLAND California Resort has more than 60 rides, shows and attractions including the new LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens Miniland Model Display now open with a 16-foot long Finalizer model made completely out of LEGO bricks plus six more scenes! Conquer dragons, battle pirates and discover ancient treasures at the resort, also home to LEGOLAND Water Park, SEA LIFE Aquarium; and new for Summer enjoy Surfers' Cove -- a water park expansion featuring racer-water slides. There's so much to do, you may want to spend the night at LEGOLAND Hotel featuring new LEGO NINJAGO themed rooms.

Offer Dates: December 31, December 31, December 31

Full Price: $91 - $121  |  Our Price: $79 - $105.50


Street Food Cinema West Hollywood: Outdoor Flicks, Food and Music
at Poinsettia Recreation Park, Los Angeles

Put together outdoor screenings of popular movies, live music from up-and-coming local bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks and you've got the perfect L.A. summer experience. Street Food Cinema features a different lineup of eats and entertainment each week for a fabulous variety of fun under the stars in Poinsettia Park. Grab some blankets, pillows, picnic items -- even your dog -- and come on out. Films are screened in high-def DLP projection, with cinema quality picture and sound.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $13  |  Our Price: $7.50


Movie Tickets From Laemmle Theatres: See New Releases, Indie Flicks & More
at Select Laemmle Theatre Locations, Los Angeles

There are movie tickets and then there are "movie tickets". Tickets to catch the latest release or art-house sensation at the acclaimed Laemmle Theatres are definitely in the latter category. Operated for more than 75 years by one of Hollywood's most storied families (Carl Laemmle founded Universal Pictures), Laemmle Theatres is Los Angeles' premier collection of independent cinemas, with venues as varied as a vintage Art Deco movie palace (Beverly Hills' Ahrya Fine Arts) and the all-new, state-of-the-art Monica Film Center in Santa Monica. Contemporary or classic, there is a Laemmle Theatre perfect for your mood ... and close by your house. See the full event description for the location nearest you. And if you go for the movie bundle, you and your date will also score sodas and popcorn to complete this truly unique moviegoing experience.

Offer Dates: June 30, June 30

Full Price: $12 - $38.25  |  Our Price: $8.50 - $27


Haunted Halloween Scavenger Hunt
at CityRace at Ketchum Downtown YMCA, Los Angeles

Change up the usual bar hopping festivities with a haunted Halloween scavenger hunt through Downtown L.A. A combined scavenger hunt, adventure race and escape game, you'll work your way through a series of clues that'll help you explore the city and stir up some spooky fun. Bonus points goes to the team with the best costumes at this fast-paced race, so bring your brooms and wands to Grand Park.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $49  |  Our Price: $24.50


Circus Vargas' Steampunk Spectacular Comes to L.A.
at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia

The retro-futuristic steampunk style, complete with simple gears and complex gadgets, invites audiences of all ages to dream bigger and imagine anything is possible. America's favorite traveling big top circus adds a fantastical new level of visual spectacle to its music-filled extravaganza with Circus Vargas' "Steam Cirque" at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. Jam-packed with aerial feats, acrobatics, clowning, not to mention a colorful cast of characters, world-class performers, singing, comedy and more, "Steam Cirque" satisfies the whole family in spectacular fashion. Before the show, kids have the chance to step into the ring and learn circus skills. After the show, stick around to meet and take pictures with the cast.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 6, November 9, November 10, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 13

Full Price: $25 - $57  |  Our Price: $15 - $40


Live Organ Accompanies "The Phantom of the Opera" at Walt Disney Concert Hall
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

A wicked wind will blow through all 6,134 pipes of the Disney Hall concert organ when this majestic instrument accompanies a screening of "The Phantom of the Opera". Inspiring millions of nightmares since its 1925 debut, "The Phantom" is a masterpiece of the silent era and a true spine-tingler. Watch in horror and amazement as actor Lon Chaney transforms himself into one of moviedom's most haunting monsters. Let the film scare you, the live music move you and the Walt Disney Concert Hall thrill you during this epically spooky Halloween treat.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Hitchcock Thriller as Madcap Comedy
at Actors Co-op Theatres, Hollywood

Originally directed by thriller mastermind Alfred Hitchcock, "The 39 Steps" is a delightful cocktail of film noir panache, spy novel thrills and more than a touch of Monty Python-esque absurdity. A two-time winner of both Tony and Drama Desk Awards, the story centers on Richard Hannay, an average man who gets trapped in a world of danger when he joins the battle against the 39 Steps, a spy organization who's after British military secrets. Find out who really dunit at the Actors Co-op Theatre in Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 28

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


National Theatre Live: "No Man's Land" Screening
at James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center, Torrance

Your fav onscreen bromance of Professor X and Magneto take their acting chemistry to London's West End in "No Man's Land" -- and you are invited. No need to leave sunny Los Angeles or shell out thousands of dollars for a plane ticket because these real-life knights' performance will be broadcast live in a screening at James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center. Instead of using their "X-Men" powers, Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart use words and wit to spar in this comedy about two writers and (of course) a pub. Grab a snack at the venue and join the millions of fans who have already experienced the magic of this play starring two off-screen best friends through screenings around the world.

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $17.50  |  Our Price: $8.75


"Wicked Lit 2017": Thrills & Chills for Halloween
at Mountain View Mausoleum, Altadena

Experience three brand-new short plays presented by actors and storyguides as they lead you through the spooky grounds of the Mountain View Mausoleum and cemetery. "Wicked Lit" is a walking show, so dress for comfort as you partake in one of the best Halloween experiences in Los Angeles. You'll see "The Damned Thing", adapted from an 1893 short story by Ambrose Bierce, in which a dead man uses his newfound spirit powers to discover who -- or what -- really killed him. "Thoth's Labyrinth" follows three adventurers and their sidekicks as they hunt for one of the most sought-after artifacts from ancient times, a book said to grant the reader magical abilities and limitless power. The offbeat archaeological expedition soon becomes a race between life and death. And finally, modern reason clashes with the occult in "The Open Door", a classic ghost story thriller. Come for the theatrics; leave with your nerves thoroughly wrung out.

Offer Dates: October 18, November 2, November 3, November 9

Full Price: $80 - $90  |  Our Price: $70 - $80


Grab Some Good Karma With The Dollface Dames's Burlesque Show
at Karma Lounge - The Gem, Los Angeles

At "Karma Burlesque", you'll get the treatment you deserve from The Dollface Dames's award-winning burlesquers. Grab a seat and get close-up with the ladies as they show off their huge array of talents, from singing to comedy and, of course, fiery dance moves -- literally. Women "will" dance with fire. The women also make their way through the rest of the audience for an extra personal experience. The Dollface Dames have been shimmying, slinking and grooving their way through the City of Angels since '08, dazzling crowds with their gorgeous locks and wild variety of high-energy themes. Voted in 2013's Top 10 Best Troupes by "LA Weekly" and "Time Out LA", they're now ready to bring the good-luck vibes to L.A.'s Karma Lounge.

Offer Dates: October 26, November 2, November 30

Full Price: COMP - $90  |  Our Price: FREE - $50


Halsey ("Now or Never"), PartyNextDoor & Charli XCX
at Honda Center of Anaheim, Anaheim

Groove with electro-pop princess Halsey when the "Now or Never" songstress brings her "hopeless fountain kingdom" concert tour to Southern California in support of her second full-length album. With a cluster of bangers -- from the Grammy-nominated Chainsmoker collab "Closer" to platinum tracks "New Americana" and "Colors" -- the hitmaker delivers what "Rolling Stone" dubs "adult dystopian synth-pop realness." The new album soars with poetic lyricism and cinematic production, and epic hitmakers like Cashmere Cat and Migos' Quavo have also worked their way into a few tracks. Now her signature vocals and pixie presence take center stage as she headlines at the Honda Center of Anaheim. She's hitting the road with her British counterpart, pop sensation Charli XCX, and Drake-approved Canadian rapper Partynextdoor ("Recognize," "Come and See Me").

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $67.45  |  Our Price: $45


Halloween Thrills at Playhouse Hollywood
at Playhouse Nightclub, Los Angeles

If you've never experienced Halloween in Hollywood, you owe it to yourself to witness the spectacle, and even if you've been there, done that, there's always some cool new cosplay to see. So come check out the excitement at Playhouse Hollywood, one of the hottest clubs in town, which is said to be transforming itself into a House of Horrors for the "sexiest and scariest" party in town.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Tribute to Depeche Mode, The Cure, Bowie & More
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

The greatest New Wave concert that never happened is actually happening at the Saban in Beverly Hills, with this totally awesome tribute to '80s legends Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Smiths, Morrissey and David Bowie. "LA Weekly" recently declared "Strangelove's resemblance, both visually and sonically, to Depeche Mode is frightening." If you can fight the fear, though, you'll get to experience their note-perfect re-creations of hits like "People Are People," "Personal Jesus" and beyond. Also set to scare up the synth-pop beats are The Cured: The Cure Experience, These Handsome Devils (The Smiths & Morrissey) and Electric Duke (David Bowie).

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $15


Jazz Superstars George Benson & Kenny G.
at Microsoft Theater, Los Angeles

Two Grammy-winnning superstars of the jazz world -- guitarist George Benson and saxophonist Kenny G -- are embarking on a multi-city tour around the U.S., and they're making a stop at the Microsoft Theater. A true jazz master, George Benson has earned 10 Grammys and produced more than 30 albums during his illustrious 50-year career. "On Broadway," "Give Me the Night" and "Turn Your Love Around" are among his greatest hits. Smooth jazz saxophonist Kenny G has enjoyed remarkable success on adult contemporary and smooth jazz radio stations since the mid-'80s, and is responsible for the biggest-selling pop instrumental disc of all time, 1992's "Breathless", which sold more than 12 million copies. See both these jazz powerhouses in concert during one great evening in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: January 28

Full Price: $79.50  |  Our Price: $54.50 - $79.50


"Hex": Monster Halloween Costume Party for Adults
at eSports Arena, Santa Ana

Hosted by Bridget Marquardt, "Hex" casts its sinister spell over costumed party-goers at Santa Ana's eSports Arena for two straight nights with Halloween thrills and chills galore, including live music and dancing, a snake charmer with her pal Monty Python plus more spooky surprise acts, not to mention concocted craft cocktails and eats from Dogzilla available for purchase. DJ Jason Jass from the Mad T Party at Disney's California Adventure is set to spin at this adults-only shindig from the horror-attraction specialists at Sinister Pointe Productions. Monte Revolta and his Band of the Living Dead, who specialize in monster mash-ups, will be on hand to cast a spell over the dance floor, along with Eddie Garcia, Michael Jackson's former choreographer who'll lead a crew from the crypts in a sure-to-be thrilling performance.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28

Full Price: $75  |  Our Price: $30


Battleship Iowa Museum: Self-Guided Tour General Admission
at Battleship Iowa, San Pedro

Board a historic battleship and see history come to life before your eyes. Named one of the best exhibits to see with your kids by CBS Local, the Battleship Iowa Museum is the West Coast's only battleship open to the public. Walk the wooden decks and check out the guns, missile decks, bridge, mess areas and the world famous Captain's Cabin -- with the only bathtub installed on a battleship for a president. Known as "The Battleship of Presidents," Iowa has hosted three presidents: Franklin D. Roosevelt, Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush. New for 2017, you'll get an up-close look at a Korean War-era Piasecki HUP-2 Retriever helicopter, fully restored and sitting on Iowa's flight deck. You'll also be able to have an augmented reality HUP Experience of flying an actual HUP helicopter, as well as take a simulated ride in a virtual reality Navy Flight Theater. The Battleship Iowa is located at the L.A. Waterfront, former home to the US Navy Battleship fleet prior to World War II and an area rich in maritime history.

Offer Dates: December 22

Full Price: $9.95 - $90  |  Our Price: $6 - $50


Big Laughs at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank
at Flappers Comedy Club Burbank - Main Room, Burbank

Flappers Comedy Club brings Los Angeles' top comics to Burbank for a wide range of lively shows, from stand-up lineups featuring national headliners seen on network TV, HBO, BET and Comedy Central, to comedy contests showcasing up-and-coming performers. Throw in some weekly hilarious themed shows and a menu full of fries, wings, tots and margaritas. Flappers Burbank also hosts variety nights and other one-of-a-kind events. Plus, you never know what celebrity comics might drop by for a guest set.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 23, October 23, October 24, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 30

Full Price: COMP - $20  |  Our Price: FREE - $10


Halloween Mexican Wrestling Extravaganza
at Mayan Theater, Los Angeles

A lot of people can say that they've been to a wrestling match, but have they experienced a Mexican wrestling match? If all your Halloweens jumble together as one huge bar hop then you may want to reconsider your plans for this year. "Lucha VaVOOM" smells the October fear, and relinquishes it with a cultural experience you don't want to miss. Lucha libre features colorful masked wrestlers, and these guys have a killer lineup of the best, along with striptease, comedy and live music from Peaches ("Boys Wanna Be Her"). "Lucha VaVOOM" also takes the "smell of fear" seriously -- Guests are getting scratch and sniff cards in their trick-or-treat bags at this showdown at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $30


A Drag Queen's Forbidden Love Affair Is at the Heart of "Fixed"
at Atwater Village Theatre, Los Angeles

A fierce and funny new play by Los Angeles' own Boni Alvarez, "Fixed" is the story of Miracles Malcañang, a drag queen working in the infamous Malcañang Massage Parlor in Los Angeles' Historic Filipinotown. When Miracles' forbidden love affair sparks tensions between the city's hottest political family, two families must come together to understand the power of desire, identity and honor. Produced by one of L.A.'s most vibrant small theaters, Echo Theater Company, "Fixed" is now at Atwater Village Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $34  |  Our Price: $17


Escape Room LA: "The Theatre" -- A Haunted Escape Adventure
at Escape Room LA, Los Angeles

You're trapped inside an old haunted theater and it's up to you to free the spirit in order to escape. In this fun, spooky new take on the immensely popular escape-room experience, you're led through the stage door and into a theater haunted by an unnamed ghost. Suddenly the door locks behind you, and the game begins. You have one hour to free the ghost or be trapped inside the theater forever! As you explore the backstage and dressing rooms, you'll uncover clues and puzzles that will lead you to the objects you need to create a magical spell and release the ghost before your time runs out. Will you make it out in time?

Offer Dates: October 24, October 26

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


Neil Simon's Pulitzer-Winning Dramedy
at Lonny Chapman Theatre, North Hollywood

In classic comedies like "The Odd Couple", "The Sunshine Boys" and "Plaza Suite", Neil Simon tickled audiences' funny bones -- but in "Lost in Yonkers", he touched their hearts. Winner of four Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize, "Lost in Yonkers" finds Simon at his best, spinning a great story with memorable characters that make you laugh "and" make you care. Set in 1942 New York, this nostalgic memory play focuses on two young brothers left in the care of their formidable grandmother for the longest 10 months of their lives. The old woman is anything but affectionate, and the rest of the family -- including their sweet, simple-minded Aunt Bella and small-time gangster Uncle Louie -- suffer under her tyrannical rule, until tensions build toward a climactic confrontation. Don't miss the Group Rep production of this classic at the Lonny Chapman Theatre in North Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


WestEdge Design Fair: Shop, Learn & More
at Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport, Santa Monica

Discover the latest products to help you turn your dream living space or design project into a reality at this three-day shopping event at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica. WestEdge features the latest products and design inspiration from more than 150 premium furnishings brands. Design seminars and exhibitions, culinary demonstrations, book signings and special events that include an opening night party to benefit Los Angeles Ronald McDonald, round out the experience.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 22

Full Price: $20 - $45  |  Our Price: COMP - $22.50


An Irish Christmas: Traditional Dance & Music Supershow
at James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center, Torrance

Toss in a little luck of the Irish with this Christmas production, which features a cultural explosion of Irish music, song and dance at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center. A show chalk-full of energy, you'll hear a variety of instruments, from fiddle to flute, uilleann pipes and harp -- all with accompaniment by guest singers, traditional Irish dance and rich, historical visuals of the homeland. It's a holiday celebration and celtic experience you don't want to miss!

Offer Dates: December 3, December 3

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Hard-Hitting NFL Action as Texans & Rams Collide
at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum was the original home to the Rams when they relocated from Cleveland back in 1946, and it's serving as the team's temporary home stadium until the 2020 season. So that means there's more than 70 years of historical home turf to defend when the Houston Texans come west to face off with Rams. But with the Texans powered by one of the strongest defenses in the league, and the Rams starting this year's campaign with a new head coach, Sean McVay, and an entirely new coaching staff, it's sure to be an epic showdown. Grab some sausages, tacos or loaded nachos from the concessions stands and settle in for what's sure to be a thrilling matchup at the LA Coliseum.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $63.10 - $200.75  |  Our Price: $49 - $165


Hit Musical About Everyone's Favorite Nanny
at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, Redondo Beach

Sized up with Mary's own magical measuring tape, this ENCORE production of "Mary Poppins" would definitely be "Practically Perfect in Every Way." Based on P.L. Travers' stories and the classic Disney film, this high-flying musical extravaganza lands at Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center, complete with spoonfuls of imagination, heart and whimsy. You and your family will be swept away by such favorite tunes as "Step in Time," "Chim Chim Cher-ee" and, of course, "Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious," as young Jane and Michael learn valuable life lessons from their unconventional nanny and the lovable jack-of-all-trades Bert. Be sure not to miss the magic of "Mary Poppins", who teaches us that "anything can happen if you let it."

Offer Dates: January 6, January 7, January 12, January 13

Full Price: $44 - $60  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


Circus Vargas' Steampunk Spectacular
at By Battleship USS Iowa, Los Angeles

The retro-futuristic steampunk style, complete with simple gears and complex gadgets, invites audiences of all ages to dream bigger and imagine anything is possible. America's favorite traveling big top circus adds a fantastical new level of visual spectacle to its music-filled extravaganza with Circus Vargas' "Steam Cirque" by Battleship USS Iowa in Los Angeles. Jam-packed with aerial feats, acrobatics, clowning, not to mention a colorful cast of characters, world-class performers, singing, comedy and more, "Steam Cirque" satisfies the whole family in spectacular fashion. Before the show, kids have the chance to step into the ring and learn circus skills. After the show, stick around to meet and take pictures with the cast.

Offer Dates: November 16, November 18, November 19, November 20

Full Price: $25 - $57  |  Our Price: $15 - $40


The Damn Devillez: "Blood Bath Burlesque"
at Club Burlesque, North Hollywood

Come get messy with The Damn Devillez this Halloween season and celebrate with a night of bloody burlesque. There's a whole slew of reasons to indulge in a night of entertainment from these femme fatales, but only one really needs stressing: Blood. Wrestling. Need we say more? As tips are always appreciated, you'll probably want to stuff your pockets with dollar bills for "Blood Bath Burlesque" at North Hollywood's Club Burlesque.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $20 - $40  |  Our Price: $10 - $20


Quiet Clubbing Halloween Night at the Museum
at Valley Relics Museum, Chatsworth

Quiet Events and The Valley Relics Museum invite you to join us for a one-of-a-kind evening in the haunted San Fernando Valley. This experience will be unlike any other you'll find in Los Angeles this Halloween! Enjoy Quiet Clubbing in this nostalgic museum setting in Chatworth, where you can dress up in costume and enjoy a truly remarkable venue. Tired of the same old Halloween parties? Well, step out of the boring to experience becoming a part of the museum collection with hundreds of other revelers on a massive dance floor. Costumes are not required, but you better bet they're strongly suggested and a whole lot of fun! Your three DJs will be spinning Top 40/hip-hop hits, '80s, '90s and throwback jams and scary Halloween songs! Creepy movies will play on the big screen all night, while specialty SFV cocktails, drink specials and gourmet food truck grub will be available for purchase.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


"Corazon De Mariachi" Dinner Show: Live Music & More
at iX Tapa Cantina, Pasadena

The famed iX Tapa Cantina's lively one-hour mariachi show features a rotating lineup of some of the best musicians and ensembles in the country, and comes complete with a traditional three-course Mexican dinner. Choose from fajitas, carne asada and more from the special Goldstar menu, while you sip on a margarita or signature sangria available for purchase from the bar. A fine pairing of culture and cuisine, the "Corazon De Mariachi" dinner show will transport you from Old Town Pasadena to Old Mexico. Please see the full event description for menu options, which you can order upon arrival.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $52  |  Our Price: $26


Strindberg's Dark Comedy "The Dance of Death"
at Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles

On an isolated island, military captain Edgar and his wife, Alice, live a bitter life, their marriage soured by hatred. When the possibility of redemption and escape arrives for Alice in the shape of their former comrade Kurt, Edgar seems prepared to use his very last breath to make their lives a living hell. Strindberg's "The Dance of Death" gets a new translation from Conor McPherson here as the battle of wills plays out on stage at L.A.'s Odyssey Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 1, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $25 - $34  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $24


Concert Tribute to Italian-American Pop Icons
at James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center, Torrance

In honor of Columbus Day, "Italian Undercover" at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center will celebrate the 20th century's most popular and influential Italian-American pop singers who changed their names and performed "undercover!" Does the name Francesco Paulo LoVecchio mean anything to you? How about Lugee Alfredo Giovanni Sacco? Perhaps you would recognize them as Frankie Laine and Lou Christie. Sure, most people are aware that Dean Martin, Tony Bennett and Connie Francis are Italian -- and they might even be aware that their given names have been changed considerably. But not everyone knows that the same can be said for countless others, including Frankie Avalon, Bobby Darin and Bobby Rydell!

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Floricanto's "Fiesta del Dia de los Muertos"
at Floricanto Center for the Performing Arts, Los Angeles

Floricanto's "Fiesta del Dia de los Muertos" will guide you through an evening of culture-rich dance vignettes. This holiday celebration will also fill L.A.'s Floricanto Center for the Performing Arts with large-scale dioramas, a community altar in the lobby and selfie stations throughout.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $5 - $7.50


Comedy, Music, Acrobatics and More at Teatro Martini Dinner Cabaret
at Teatro Martini, Buena Park

Teatro Martini's sizzling dinner spectacular features an edgy combination of cabaret, comedy, music and cirque-style aerials and acrobatics. The Teatro Martini experience comes complete with a four-course meal. As you dine on your gourmet entree, you'll be captivated by an energetic show of non-stop comedy, daring acrobatic acts, live music and more. Teatro Martini's performers come from across the globe to provide you with a captivating and tantalizing getaway from the ordinary.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $65.50 - $73.45  |  Our Price: $39 - $46.95


A Century-Old Book Leads to Modern-Day Mystery
at Geffen Playhouse - Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater, Los Angeles

When a reclusive librarian discovers a 113-year overdue book in the night slot, curiosity compels him to pursue the borrower. His search for answers leads to a worldwide, whirlwind journey, where he discovers the great mysteries of humanity. Actor Arye Gross stars as the bemused bibliophile who transforms himself into a self-styled Indiana Jones of sorts, emerging from the dusty stacks to make his mark on the world (beyond just a series of book stamps). Join in his journey when playwright Glen Berger's drama "Underneath the Lintel" takes the stage in the Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater at L.A.'s Geffen Playhouse.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 31, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5, November 5, November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 12, November 13, November 14, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19, November 19

Full Price: $75 - $85  |  Our Price: $55 - $60


Santa Monica Zombie Crawl: The Undead Invade Westside Bars
at Rusty's Surf Ranch, Santa Moncia

Be a part of the zombie revolution as the fourth annual Santa Monica Zombie Crawl drags its collective body parts down Main Street in search of food and drink specials (which may or may not include human flesh). Pick up your wristband at Rusty's Surf Ranch, where experts will be on hand to apply complimentary zombie makeup, if needed. Then, you'll be set loose to shuffle at your own pace to the other participating bars and restaurants, ending up at 1212 Santa Monica for the after-party, with costume contests and more. Though costumes aren't required, they're highly recommended -- live pub crawlers are fair game for a zombie chase scene. There are a few fun rules for participating if you are in costume: you must walk with your arms outstretched, you must drag a leg behind you, and there is no talking allowed -- moaning and growling only, please. If you make it to the next bar without falling apart, all rules are suspended and you can fuel up for the next round.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP - $6


"Stranger Things: The Musical Tribute"
at El Cid, Los Angeles

The cultural phenomenon that gave us the glory of Eleven, Barb and Wynona Ryder wrapped in Christmas tree lights -- not to mention that cool, synth-poppy intro song -- is about to get turned upside down in "Stranger Things: The Musical Tribute". Gear up for the anticipated second season of the Netflix series by revisiting all your favorite moments in this outrageous musical comedy, which comes complete with 12 all-new original songs inspired by the sound of 1983: from The Police, Eurythmics, and Michael Jackson to Bonnie Tyler, Toto, and David Bowie. Whether you've Netflixed and chilled the entire first season, or want to see what all the buzz is about, you're sure to have a good time when "Stranger Things: The Musical Tribute" comes to the El Cid in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 24, October 31

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Escape Room LA: The Detective -- A Noir Escape Adventure
at Escape Room LA, Los Angeles

You're trapped inside a 1940s film noir and have to solve a mind-boggling mystery in order to escape. In this fun vintage take on the immensely popular escape room experience, you're led into a private detective's office filled with a variety of objects -- some familiar, some puzzling. Suddenly the door locks behind you and the game begins. Now you and your fellow sleuths have to work against the clock to identify suspects, solve challenging puzzles, piece together clues and find a way out of the room.

Offer Dates: October 24, October 25

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


Morris Day & The Time: '80s R&B Trailblazers ("Jungle Love," "Jerk Out")
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars may have topped charts by giving you "Uptown Funk," but they took their sonic cues and swagger from R&B trailblazers Morris Day & The Time. In the '80s, these Prince associates and longtime Janet Jackson cohorts kept dance floors packed with their high-energy, live instrument funk-and-soul R&B tracks, including "Jungle Love" and "The Bird." Now, you can relive their funkified heyday at Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills with this evening of throwback hits that still thump -- from "777-9311" to "Jerk Out" and beyond.

Offer Dates: March 25

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $35


Whale Watching & Dolphin Cruise With Newport Landing Tours
at Newport Landing Cruises, Newport Beach

One of the most amazing sights in nature is that of majestic whales swimming and playing on the ocean's surface, leaping out of the water and slapping their mighty tales. On this 2.5-hour cruise off the shores of Newport Beach, you may see giant blue whales during the summer and fall months or the annual grey whale migration that brings tens of thousands of grey whales along the coast during the winter and spring months. Huge pods of several species of dolphin are very common, as are the resident sea lions. You might also catch glimpses of seals, killer whales, sharks and many other marine creatures. With a 96% success rate, almost every cruise has many opportunities to observe these fascinating creatures. An added plus is the picturesque coastal backdrops of Newport Beach, Laguna Beach and Huntington Beach.

Offer Dates: April 30

Full Price: $2.50 - $36  |  Our Price: FREE - $12


World Premiere Drama Explores Racial Identity
at Zephyr Theatre, West Hollywood

Lynchburg, Virginia. The former site of a thriving cotton mill is now an impoverished neighborhood in the world premiere play "Br'er Cotton". Deeply affected by all the recent killings of young black men like himself, Ruffrino, a 14-year-old "militant," incites riots at school and online. More and more at odds with his mother and grandfather, the boys' anger grows beyond containment while the family home literally sinks into the cotton field, and no one seems to notice but him. Don't miss this relevant, thought-provoking drama, presented by Lower Depth Theatre Ensemble, at The Zephyr Theatre in West Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 23, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Circus Vargas' Steampunk Spectacular
at Circus Vargas at Antelope Valley Mall, Palmdale

The retro-futuristic steampunk style, complete with simple gears and complex gadgets, invites audiences of all ages to dream bigger and imagine anything is possible. America's favorite traveling big top circus adds a fantastical new level of visual spectacle to its music-filled extravaganza with Circus Vargas' "Steam Cirque" at Palmdale's Antelope Valley Mall. Jam-packed with aerial feats, acrobatics, clowning, not to mention a colorful cast of characters, world-class performers, singing, comedy and more, "Steam Cirque" satisfies the whole family in spectacular fashion. Before the show, kids have the chance to step into the ring and learn circus skills. After the show, stick around to meet and take pictures with the cast.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 23

Full Price: $22 - $57  |  Our Price: $14 - $40


Colombian Cumbia Ensemble La Sonora Dinamita
at Giggles Night Club, Glendale

Colombian cumbia stars La Sonora Dinamita hit Glendale with a bang, complete with powerhouse vocals, bold brass and hypnotizing rhythms. The international stars will fill Giggles Night Club with the high-intensity sounds of hits like "Escándalo," "Qué Bello" and their classic, "Mi Cucu."

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $18


Comedic Drama "Somewhere in the Middle" Examines Prejudice
at Crown City Theatre, North Hollywood

When Sarah, the overachieving oldest child of an average Midwestern family, comes home for Passover dressed in Muslim garb, she ignites a powder keg of uncomfortable issues in the new comedic drama "Somewhere in the Middle (or, guess who's coming to Passover)". Now her father is worried Sarah's religious studies class has turned her away from her Jewish heritage, while her mother and grandmother are flabbergasted, and her younger brother is just thrilled to be the new golden child. But Sarah is only getting started with the surprises. When her new boyfriend shows up, the family is forced to confront its prejudices. Don't miss this timely new work by Gary Lamb at the Crown City Theatre Company in North Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $10 - $20  |  Our Price: $5 - $10


Circus Vargas' Steampunk Spectacular
at Circus Vargas at Westfield Valencia, Valencia

The retro-futuristic steampunk style, complete with simple gears and complex gadgets, invites audiences of all ages to dream bigger and imagine anything is possible. America's favorite traveling big top circus adds a fantastical new level of visual spectacle to its music-filled extravaganza with Circus Vargas' "Steam Cirque" at Westfield Valencia. Jam-packed with aerial feats, acrobatics, clowning, not to mention a colorful cast of characters, world-class performers, singing, comedy and more, "Steam Cirque" satisfies the whole family in spectacular fashion. Before the show, kids have the chance to step into the ring and learn circus skills. After the show, stick around to meet and take pictures with the cast.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 30

Full Price: $22 - $57  |  Our Price: $14 - $40


"Spamilton": An American Parody
at Kirk Douglas Theatre, Culver City

"Spamilton", the show that celebrates, roasts and eviscerates the Broadway blockbuster, makes its West Coast premiere at the Kirk Douglas Theatre in Culver City. "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda claims he laughed his brains out upon seeing this theatrical parody. Written and directed by Gerard Alessandrini ("Forbidden Broadway"), the show features a talented young cast that has drawn flattering comparisons to their Broadway counterparts. "Spamilton" is not just a send-up of its Tony-winning source material; it also pokes fun at such Broadway icons as Patti LuPone, Audra McDonald, Stephen Sondheim and more. See the spoof that the "New York Times" called "convulsively funny" and the "Chicago Tribune" called "a revolution all its own."

Offer Dates: November 7, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 14, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 21, November 22, November 22, November 24

Full Price: $50 - $80  |  Our Price: $50 - $80


"Feathers of Fire"
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

The ancient theatrical tradition of shadow puppets meets the high-tech cinematic wizardry of digital animation in "Feathers of Fire: A Persian Epic". A visually stunning spectacular that's proved popular across age groups and cultures, it follows the action-packed adventures of Zaul and Rudabeh, two star-crossed lovers from the 10th-century Persian epic "Shahnameh" ("The Book of Kings"). "Feathers of Fire" features creator Hamid Rahmanian's gorgeous graphics, along with more than 140 colorful shadow puppets, performers in elaborate masks and costumes and digitally animated backgrounds -- all seamlessly choreographed and projected onto a cinema-sized screen.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21, October 22, October 22, October 24, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $65 - $85  |  Our Price: $32.50 - $42.50


Nightmare on Hollywood Blvd. Ultimate Halloween Party
at Florentine Gardens, Hollywood

Focus less on the plans and more on the costume this Halloween season, because we've already found the most epic party for you to show off your wicked outfit. Nightmare on Hollywood Boulevard is expected to draw crowds of over 2,000 people, a raging block party of spooks, booze and live DJs. Power 106's DJ Inferno will be spinning tunes, and plenty of people will be showing up in their spookiest, kookiest and sexiest costumes, ready to get down on one of the wildest nights of the year.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $20 - $40  |  Our Price: $10 - $20


The Lalas: Titillating Burlesque Show at Federal Bar
at The Federal Bar North Hollywood, North Hollywood

The Lalas are one of Los Angeles' hottest burlesque troupes. Members of illustrious group have danced with Lady Gaga's tour, at the Sydney Olympics, in a Beyonce video, with Katy Perry, on hit shows like "Glee", "New Girl", Lifetime's "Little Women LA" and at The MTV Music Awards. Now experience the Lalas' signature brand of sultry entertainment as they tease and tantalize with a mix of comedy, dance and audience interaction. They'll return to North Hollywood's Federal Bar, beautifully housed in a 1920s bank building, to gyrate to the eternal grooves of Al Green, Tom Waits and Muddy Waters.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $10 - $35  |  Our Price: COMP - $25


Clean Food Fest + Clean Made Market
at California Market Center, Los Angeles

Paleo? Vegan? Gluten-Free? Trying to live more sustainably? This first-of-its-kind food event is just for you. Get your fill of L.A.'s best clean food, organic wine, cider and cocktails at the all-inclusive Clean Food Fest. Shop, eat, and explore the best organic, sustainable and allergy-friendly products, restaurants and caterers. The Clean Made Market has got you covered with more than 150 of the latest health products and trends. California Market Center will overflow with exhibitors, panels, demos, plus yoga and meditation classes, a beauty lounge and more.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Two New Plays by LA Writers/Kennedy Center Finalists
at The Arena Stage at Theatre of Arts, Los Angeles

Sean Abley's "Absence Makes the Heart" is a modern take on the Hans Christian Andersen fable "The Red Shoes". In the original tale a ballet dancer is driven to her death by an uncontrollable urge to dance. In this adaptation at The Arena Stage in L.A., the aftermath of the story is told in monologues by 20 different characters affected in one way or another by her death. "Comb Your Hair (Or You'll Look Like a Slave)" by LeeLee Jackson is a beautiful yet painful collection of testimonies from young Black women navigating American society.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Oil & Comedy Mix in "The Madwoman of Chaillot"
at A Noise Within, Pasadena

Jean Giraudoux's "The Madwoman of Chaillot", written in World War II-era France, is a delightfully satirical, surreal fable about an eccentric countess who uncovers a plot to dig for oil beneath the streets of Paris. She rallies several other oddballs and outcasts, as well as some of her fellow madwomen, in a bid to defeat the greedy developers, resulting in an all-too-relevant comic commentary on the power of big business. Billed as a "feminist, fantastical, frack-tured fairy tale," this production goes mining for laughs at A Noise Within in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 21, October 26, October 27, November 5, November 5

Full Price: $48 - $55  |  Our Price: $20 - $27.50


Nightmare on 5th Street Halloween Bash
at West End Santa Monica, Santa Monica

Visit West End Santa Monica for its sixth annual Nightmare on 5th Street Halloween Bash! This fun event is the top rated Westside party six years running per HalloweenLA.com. West End is an amazing, spacious club with a giant dance floor. The spectacular Halloween Party will feature a Top 40 open format, EDM DJs, fully staffed bars, glow party favors and more. You must wear a costume to enter. Dressing up as Mad Max and horror film characters is highly encouraged!

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Halloween Party at Egyptian Theatre -- "King Tut's Tomb"
at Egyptian Theatre, Hollywood

The Egyptian Theatre and its expansive private courtyard, usually the site of movie premieres and star-studded galas, is being transformed for one of SoCal's hottest Halloween parties. Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre was built in 1922, the year King Tut's tomb was discovered, and the Egyptomania resulting from that discovery influenced the theater's design. During the "King Tut's Tomb" party, the Egyptian will be home to multiple bar areas, an outdoor terrace, dance floors and numerous international and LA-based DJs spinning house, Top 40, EDM and club mixes, plus old-school hip-hop from DJ Prophet. Feast your eyes on a brilliant lighting effects and laser show, sexy go-go dancers, plus costume contests and more. This event sells out every year, so don't wait to get your tickets.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


US Premiere of Dance Epic "Until the Lions"
at The Culver Studios, Culver City

"Until the lions have their own historian, the history of the hunt will always glorify the hunter." The prestigious Akram Khan Company presents the US premiere of "Until the Lions", which brilliantly reimagines an ancient Indian poetry epic through the eyes of women. The story, expressed beautifully through a classical Indian dance style called kathak, explores the physical expression of gender and endurance of the female spirit with the story of a princess who is abducted on her wedding day and stripped of her honor. A primal blend of raw power and subtle tenderness, you will not want to miss this Music Center presentation of "Until the Lions" at The Culver Studios in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Boogie Knights: Disco Revival Stars Get Down & Bust a Move
at The Rose, Pasadena

These knights don't ride horses or sit at a round table, and instead of thick armor and chainmail they prefer bell-bottoms, fringed jackets and out-of-this-world hair. For more than 20 years, the Boogie Knights have been one of America's top disco revival shows, covering everything from the Bee Gees to K.C. and the Sunshine Band to Heatwave. They've performed for more than two million people across America and beyond and made appearances on MTV and at major stadium sporting events. Now these polyester-clad, wah-wah pedaling disco virtuosos are coming to The Rose in Pasadena for another funny, groovy and totally funkadelic concert.

Offer Dates: December 22

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: COMP - $16


Russian Grand Ballet Dances Everybody's Fave: "The Nutcracker"
at Alex Theatre, Glendale

Put down your phone, escape the mall and let Tchaikovsky's immortal "The Nutcracker" immerse you in the season's magic. Lovers of ballet, the holiday season or pure, thrilling spectacle (how do those ballerinas "do" that?!) flock each year to Tchaikovsky's classic. Filled with enchanted toys, mischievous mice and sugar plum fairies, the tale of Clara (or Masha, in the case of this Russian production) and her magical Nutcracker Prince has enraptured generations of kids and kids-at-heart. Now, the Russian Grand Ballet comes to Glendale with its traditional yet dynamic version of "The Nutcracker", featuring some of Russia's brightest, most limber ballet stars. The whole family will leave with heart-eyes after seeing "The Nutcracker" at the Alex Theatre.

Offer Dates: December 24

Full Price: $31 - $99  |  Our Price: $27 - $79


Off-Broadway Hit Brings '70s Gay Bar to Life
at Celebration Theatre @ The Lex, Los Angeles

The heyday of famed New Orleans gay bar the UpStairs Lounge comes to brilliant life in the acclaimed musical "The View UpStairs". When a young, modern-day fashion designer buys the forgotten French Quarter location that was once the center of a vibrant gay community, he winds up stepping back in time to the '70s and embarking on a journey to find himself. Filled with "beautiful love songs performed by a soulful ensemble cast" ("The New Yorker"), "The View UpStairs" is "a moving homage to LGBT culture, past and present" ("Entertainment Weekly"). Don't miss the West Coast premiere of the musical RuPaul called "Fantastic!" at the Celebration Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $17.50 - $35


"The Red Dress": A Romantic Period Drama
at Odyssey Theatre, Los Angeles

Set in Berlin and based on a true story, Tania Wisbar's romantic drama explores the intersection of politics and art during the years between the Treaty of Versailles and the rise of Fascism. The story centers on Alexandra Schiele, a famous film actress from a prominent Jewish family who falls in love with and marries a down-on-his-luck World War I vet, Franz Weitrek. Franz is able to parlay his wife's connections into work as a film director. But when his career making Nazi propaganda films takes off, his wife suddenly becomes a liability. See "The Red Dress" at Odyssey Theatre in L.A.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 27, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Soulful Sunday Brunch at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

Make Sunday morning brunch extra special with a side of inspirational gospel music with your waffles and eggs. Hosted by Miss Sylvia St. James, from the original House of Blues Sunday Gospel Brunch, this show will lift your spirits as seasoned and soulful musicians, plus an inspirational gospel choir, perform live Motown-style music. You might also be inspired by the buffet brunch included with your ticket, which features shrimp cocktail, BBQ spare ribs, lasagna, Southern fried chicken, mac & cheese, hash brown, waffles and more.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29, November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26, December 3, December 10, December 17, December 24, December 31

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $34


"Shopkins Live!" Lights Up the Stage
at Dolby Theatre, Hollywood

"Shopkins Live!" lights up the stage in this premiere live production packed with show-stopping performances featuring the Shoppies. Join Jessicake, Bubbleisha, Peppa-Mint, Rainbow Kate, Cocolette and Polli Polish as they perform the coolest dance moves, sing the latest pop songs, and show off the trendiest fashions. All of Shopville is in a tizzy as preparations get underway for the annual "Funtastic Food and Fashion Fair." Shady Diva showcases her latest fashion designs; Lippy Lips gives colorful advice at the nail salon; Kooky Cookie tries to get in a beauty nap! But wait! No event is complete without a few hiccups! Who has high-jinxed the fashion pageant? Where is the super-secret celebrity guest? Will Slick Breadstick ever find a dance partner? The Shopkins and Shoppies need your help -- the show must go on! Featuring innovative set design, creative costuming and state of the art projections, this is one family theatrical event at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre you don't want to miss!

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $38.50 - $60.70  |  Our Price: $27 - $50


Desert Living Home Show: Home Improvement Tips & More
at Palm Springs Convention Center, Palm Springs

Homeowners looking to remodel, build, landscape or redecorate should make a beeline to the Desert Living Home Show. For three days, the Palm Springs Convention Center will be packed with contractors and other home design pros, all offering advice, work samples and hands-on demonstrations featuring the latest products on the market. Get helpful hints on everything from plumbing to garage doors to artwork, plus you can take advantage of vendors' special convention discounts.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $7  |  Our Price: COMP


The Ice House Comedy Club: Pasadena's Hot Spot for Stand-Up
at The Ice House Main Room, Pasadena

Pasadena's famed Ice House Comedy Club hosts some of the hottest stand-up comics in the business. You've seen them on Comedy Central, "The Tonight Show" and other late night shows, on podcasts and in their own comedy specials and albums. Now you can see them in person, live on this historic stage. You may even catch a celebrity drop-in set, or be among the first to check out the latest up-and-coming talent in the main room or the club's Stage 2 showroom.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 29

Full Price: $15 - $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $5


"Brides of Dracula" & "Hollywood Scares"
at Alex Theatre, Glendale

This year's Alex Film Society Halloween Event will feature a full-length stage production of "Hollywood Scares", an "all ghoul" send-up of the long running "Hollywood Squares" quiz show. Writer, actor and stand-up comedian Dana Gould will join forces with AFS to present an evening of irreverent humor and classic horror trivia that'll test all the arcane knowledge that you horror fans have been hoarding in those Brains That Would Not Die! The program will also include a screening of a classic animated short and a feature film, the 1960 Hammer Films favorite "The Brides of Dracula", starring Peter Cushing. Don't miss any of the fun at the historic Alex Theatre in Glendale.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


Big Laughs at Flappers Comedy in Claremont
at Flappers Comedy Club - Claremont, Claremont

Flappers Comedy Club brings Los Angeles' top comics to Claremont's historic Packing House building. A wide variety of shows include stand-up talent from national headliners seen on network TV, HBO, BET and Comedy Central, comedy contests with up-and-coming performers, hilarious themed shows and more. The club also hosts variety nights and other one-of-a-kind events. Plus, you never know what celebrity comics might drop by for a guest set. Please see the full event description for a link to information on upcoming shows.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20 - $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


"Circus of Sin": Decadent Delights for Grown-Ups
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Ready for a circus of the decidedly adult variety? Enter Harvelle's Long Beach nightclub and be greeted by such decadent delights as contortionists, aerialists and more, all presented in such a way that your senses will be delightfully assaulted. Music fills the air courtesy of a soulful funk band, drinks will be flowing and femme fatale dames dance on tabletops in this twisted cabaret. It's an evening unlike any other, and one you won't soon forget.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25, December 30, December 30

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


"Night of the Living Dead": Zombie Classic Now Onstage
at Archway Studio/Theatre, North Hollywood

It isn't just a zombie story. It's "the" zombie story -- and now "Night of the Living Dead", the classic horror film, is a stage play. The adaptation pays honest tribute to the original storyline, but sets the events in modern times. Near a simple country house, the dead have already begun to rise from their graves. In a manner that would send chills down Alfred Hitchcock and Rod Serling's backs, the audience is immediately thrust into the action. As more zombies gather, tempers run short, panic begins to reign and you can't help but wonder ... will they come for you? Get spooked when "Night of the Living Dead" zombifies Los Angeles' Archway Studio/Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 22, November 3, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Interactive Burlesque Show
at Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood

Burlesque takes on new dimensions in "The Scarlet Hour", an intimate, interactive evening of clever and seductive dance and live music at Black Rabbit Rose. Known for its whimsical magic shows, this hidden, ornate gem of a venue offers elegant atmosphere, tasty bites from Crying Tiger Siamese Kitchen, and luscious craft cocktails. In short, it is the perfect spot to take in the eyebrow-raising costumes and scintillating movements of burlesque star Donna Hood and her fellow performers. Saddle up to the stage with a Dark Arts, a Smoke 'n' Mirrors or other signature drink, and get ready to be beguiled.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Shaun of the Dead" Outdoor Screening
at Greek Theatre, Los Angeles

If you're eager to jumpstart your Halloween festivities -- and you're not too freaked out by hearing "the zed-word" over and over -- stagger over to the Greek Theatre for a screening of "Shaun of the Dead". The British cult flick lands in L.A. for an outdoor fright fest filled with undead insanity. Come dressed as your favorite character and watch the award-winning comedy duo of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost kick in the door on their first end-is-nigh adventure. They'll run through London haplessly fighting off advancing zombie hordes, all while trying to win back Shaun's estranged girlfriend and make it to their favorite pub.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $9


"Hansel and Gretel": Classic Fable Given New Life in Rock Musical Adaptation
at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB, Long Beach

No matter how familiar you might be with the fairytale story of two siblings wandering through an enchanted forest, this brand new all-ages rock musical will knock you off your feet. The beloved Grimm Brothers tale is brought to vivid life with a rock and roll score by Grammy-nominated songwriter Justin Roberts and set amidst an animated wonderland inspired by the whimsy of authors Lemony Snicket and Roald Dahl. Follow two intrepid youngsters as they come face to face with a witch whose appetite is truly "childish" in this presentation at Carpenter Performing Arts Center. This sparkling fable is wicked fun for the whole family.

Offer Dates: November 25, November 25

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Trinere's Old School Halloween Party
at Sage Nightclub, Whittier

Freestyle queen Trinere hosts a Halloween party filled with old school hits. Don your best costumes -- spooky to sexy -- and get ready to put in footwork at Sage Nightclub in Whittier.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"A Tale of Two Cities": Dickens' Classic
at A Noise Within, Pasadena

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times... and the greatest of plays. Pasadena's A Noise Within presents a bold, fast-paced adaptation of Charles Dickens' most exciting novel, "A Tale of Two Cities", streamlining the epic story into a taut political thriller. Set against the bloody backdrop of the French Revolution, two Londoners face impossible choices. Will the former aristocrat Charles Darnay abandon his family to protect an innocent man? And will the drunken but noble barrister Sydney Carton make the ultimate sacrifice for his unrequited love? Crowded with soldiers, servants, revolutionaries and nobility, "A Tale of Two Cities" captures the dangerous spirit of a tumultuous period in history.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 29, November 4, November 9

Full Price: $55.68 - $83.20  |  Our Price: $25.92 - $35.75


Horse Races & Pink's Hot Dogs at Santa Anita Park
at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia

A day at the races just got more fun as Santa Anita Park teams with the famed Pink's Hot Dogs for Pinktober. You'll enjoy great trackside views of all the excitement while you chow down on a Pink's-style loaded hot dog (veggie and turkey options are also available). Pile on the chili, cheese, bacon bits, guacamole, jalapeños and more! Your ticket also includes potato chips, a craft beer or soda, club house admission, a $5 betting voucher and a racing program and tip sheet. This fun (and delicious) day at the track also benefits the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer, so come rocking your pink and show your support!

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $25


Simpsons-Inspired "Mr. Burns, a post-electric play"
at The Broadwater - Main Stage, Los Angeles

In the world depicted in "Mr. Burns, a post-electric play", Armageddon has struck and the planet's electrical grid is down -- there's no TV, no radio, no internet, no gadgets and no gizmos. But fear not, as one group of tenacious survivors remembers enough episodes of "The Simpsons" and the last 10 years of pop hits to birth a new industry: crude theatrical re-creations of now-gone digital entertainment. Penned by Anne Washburn ("A Devil at Noon"), "Mr. Burns, a post-electric play" was dubbed "downright brilliant" by "The New York Times" and was a "Washington Post" Editors' Pick. Sacred Fools is doing this tale with a different room for each act, so get your walking shoes ready at The Broadwater's Main Stage.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 29

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $10


Stand-Up Comedy at Levity Live
at Levity Live Comedy Club, Oxnard

When it comes to having a good laugh nothing beats live comedy, and Levity Live is Oxnard's place to catch top stand-ups throughout the week. Whether it's "SNL" legends like Kevin Nealon and Jon Lovitz; stars of TV and film like Craig Robinson, Mo'Nique and Jay Mohr; or hot national headliners like Ralphie May, Bobby Lee and Carlos Mencia, Levity Live brings the funniest comics around to the stage. The club also features a full restaurant and cocktails galore, so you can make a night of it.

Offer Dates: October 19, November 14, November 19

Full Price: $15 - $68  |  Our Price: COMP - $20


From Villain to Hero: "The Heart of Robin Hood"
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

You think Robin Hood is a hero? Get real! He and his unmerry gang of cutthroats steal from the rich and give to no one but themselves... until bold Marion steps in to protect the poor and transform a thuggish Robin from hood to good. The twist on the world's most infamous outlaw comes to the Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills, showing not just a battle for Nottinghamshire, but a battle for the heart of a hero. "The Boston Globe" says "It's a romance, a comedy and a drama. It has swashbuckling, cross-dressing and acrobatics... by the time of its final glorious romantic tableau, it will be a rare theatergoer who's not won over."

Offer Dates: November 28, November 29, November 30, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 3

Full Price: $65 - $85  |  Our Price: $34.50 - $55


Rock Musical "A Night with Janis Joplin" Resurrects the Icon
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

"A Night with Janis Joplin" is a blues-rock theatrical event that captures the legendary singer's life and legacy with all of the live intensity of an actual Joplin concert. Powered by showstopping hits like "Cry Baby," "Piece of My Heart," "Me and Bobby McGee," "Summertime" and "Mercedes Benz," as well as a song Joplin never formally recorded, the show brings Joplin's story to the stage while also saluting some of her famous musical influences, including Bessie Smith, Etta James, Aretha Franklin and Nina Simone. Catch this soulful, no-holds-barred tribute to one of rock music's greatest performers at Los Angeles' Saban Theatre.

Offer Dates: February 17

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Ivy Queen: Reggaeton Star
at Giggles Night Club, Glendale

Come out and groove to the music of Puerto Rican reggaeton artist and TV star Ivy Queen, as she takes the stage at Giggles nightclub in Glendale for an evening of top hits. Since '03, she's released gold and platinum-selling albums "Diva, Flashback" and "Sentimiento", not to mention the Grammy-nominated "Musa". Top singles include "In the Zone" and "La Vida es Asi," and you'll no doubt hear tunes from her 2017 disc "The Queen Is Here."

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $30


"Fallen Saints": Immersive Theatrical Haunt
at Generation DCD Studio, Burbank

The Day of the Dead is one of the most cherished and celebrated holidays in Mexico, a time for families to visit and celebrate the lives of those who have passed. As spirits gather on earth to be remembered, a small village faces an evil spirit whose dark secret was buried ages ago. Join Force of Nature this Halloween at Burbank's Generation DCD Studio, as they bring you the new chapter of their anthology series "Fallen Saints: Dia de los Muertos", an immersive theatrical haunt.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 21, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $12


Do the Hotline Bling at Drake Birthday Tribute Party
at Florentine Gardens, Hollywood

He started from the bottom ... well, not so much the bottom -- more like, started from the middle class, and now he's at the peak of his fame. With millions of fans and a massive cult following, Drizzy fans will be all about this birthday tribute party to the biggest sweetheart of the rap industry. You'll see people toting Drake head cutoff props as everyone grooves out to hits new and old, from "Best I Ever Had" to "Hold on We're Going Home." Don't forget to snap a pic at the Drake-themed photobooth, and every time you hear that "Hotline Bling," you know it's time to grab another Drake-inspired cocktail -- Oh, the possibilities! It all goes down at the historic Florentine Gardens in Los Angeles, where your parents likely partied like it was 1999 back in the day.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


L.A. Band Ozomatli: Salsa, Hip-Hop, Funk & More
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

L.A. multicultural music icons Ozomatli are headed to the Saban Theatre, armed with their signature mix of hip-hop, salsa, dancehall, samba, funk, garage rock, raga and more. Within a year of releasing their 1995 debut, these hometown heroes started touring with the legendary Carlos Santana. The following year, they scored a "Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album" Grammy for their 2001 album "Embrace the Chaos" and nabbed another statue in 2005. More than 20 years since exploding onto the scene, Ozomatli shows no signs of slowing down, having played for President Obama, composed a theme song for the Dodgers and even served as Cultural Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department. Don't miss these "dioses del baile" -- gods of dance -- when they come to Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


"Trump in Space": A Post-Apocalyptic Comedy Musical
at Second City Studio Theatre, Los Angeles

If Trump were to revert back to his entertainment roots, the Second City network would squeeze him into this musical that's a little bit of "Avenue Q" meets "Star Trek". A LA Fringe Festival Encore Award-winner, "Trump in Space" is a wacky sci-fi adventure following the fallout of the Trump administration 400 years into the future. Basically, he destroyed Earth in his reign of chaos, and it's up to one of his descendants Captain Natasha Trump to find a new planet for humanity to inhabit. This original musical of good versus evil plays at the Second City Studio Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 27, November 3, November 10, November 17, December 1, December 8, December 15

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Shocking Secret Comes to Light for New College Grad
at A Noise Within, Pasadena

As you get older, you can always count on having some awkward conversations with your parents -- the "Who did you vote for?" conversation, or the "When am I getting a grandkid?" conversation, for instance. But if you've never had the "I've been secretly running a chain of brothels for most of your life" conversation with your mother, then you're doing a lot better than Vivie Warren. In "Mrs. Warren's Profession", open-minded, Cambridge-educated Vivie comes home from college at the turn of the 20th century and is shocked to learn that her entrepreneurial mother financed her education by working as a madam. Sensibilities clash in this dramedy about the business of pleasure, the economics of necessity and the ties that bind -- until they don't. After this show at A Noise Within in Pasadena, you'll never look at your parents the same way again.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 22, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $48 - $64  |  Our Price: $24 - $32


Air Supply: '80s Soft Rock Icons ("Lost in Love," "All Out of Love")
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Soft-rock superstars Air Supply were the kings of the '80s romantic ballad, and they've been tugging at the heartstrings ever since. The duo of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock enjoyed a remarkable run of seven straight top-five singles in the early '80s, and songs like "Lost In Love," "All Out of Love," "The One That You Love" and "Making Love Out of Nothing at All" continue to be staples of adult-contemporary radio. Relive those huge hits with this concert at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, and check out the Australian popsters' newer songs as well.

Offer Dates: April 20

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


"The Addams Family" Creeps Onto the Stage
at Canyon Theatre Guild Playhouse, Newhall

Experience both laughter and chills as Charles Addams' weird and wonderful characters creep their way into the Canyon Theatre Guild Playhouse in the L.A. area for "The Addams Family -- A New Musical". In this fiendishly delightful award-winning musical comedy, Wednesday Addams -- now a grown-up princess of darkness -- has fallen for a normal boy from a respectable family and has invited him and his parents to the family mansion for a meet-and-greet gone gothic. Sit back and savor the horrific hospitality of Gomez, Morticia, Pugsley, Grandma, Lurch and everyone's favorite weirdo, Uncle Fester, as the special occasion brings out the best -- and worst -- in everyone involved.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $19  |  Our Price: $9.50


Family-Friendly Interactive Halloween Show
at Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica

Looking for something fun to do this October for the fall and Halloween season that leaves the scary element behind? Then bring the kids and come celebrate with "Happy Halloween House". Bubble, bubble, toil, and trouble, what happens when you take one part not-haunted house, one part show and one part trick-or-treat and combine it all? The most fun family event of the season! Join your favorite characters and some new ones on a Halloween adventure that will have you stomping your feet, dancing in your seat, feeling great and happy that it's fall and pumpkin spice time! Come trick-or-treat and dance to the Halloween beat at the Promenade Playhouse in Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Billy Idol Tribute Plays the Hits of Generation X
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Saint Rocke's Totally Wayback Wednesdays invites Bill Idol tribute Idol X to take the stage in Hermosa Beach for a session of punk rock and new wave hits, along with tunes that Generation X would approve of. A four-piece band, Idol X dresses to impress with a glorious mess of black leather, chains and some blonde spikes to go with it. It'll be easy to fall back into the decade with glowing multi-colored spotlights and hits like "Dancing With Myself," "White Wedding," "Eyes Without a Face" and "Rebel Yell."

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


See Whales and Dolphins in Newport Beach's Huge Marine Sanctuary With Davey's Locker Tours
at Davey's Locker Ships, Newport Beach

Get up close and personal with an incredible array of marine life on this 2.5-hour whale and dolphin-watching cruise from Davey's Locker. You'll cast off from picturesque Newport Beach, home to one of the most beautiful coastlines in Southern California, and enjoy a whale-watching trip where each voyage is a unique experience with views of a variety of marine life. During grey whale migration season, cruises regularly run into 5 or more whales on a trip. You might also see dolphins (including megapods of 500 or more), a sea lion colony, finback whales, minke whales and humpback whales. The ship features a large upstairs sun deck, a snack bar with food and beverages available for purchase, wraparound outdoor seating and indoor seating with large windows.

Offer Dates: April 30

Full Price: $2.50 - $36  |  Our Price: FREE - $12


Street Food Cinema: Pacific Palisades -- Outdoor Flicks, Music & Food
at Will Rogers State Historic Park, Pacific Palisades

Put together outdoor screenings of popular movies, live music from up-and-coming local bands and some of the city's most famous food trucks and you've got the perfect night out in L.A. Street Food Cinema features a different lineup of eats and entertainment each week for a fantastic variety of fun under the stars at Street Food Cinema: Pacific Palisades. Grab some blankets, pillows, picnic items -- even your dog -- and come on out. Films are screened in high-def DLP projection, with cinema quality picture and sound.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Supernatural Thriller: "The Woman in Black"
at The Belfry Stage, Upstairs @ The Crown, North Hollywood

Adapted from the chilling horror novel by Susan Hill (and also turned into the film starring Daniel Radcliffe), "The Woman in Black" is a classic ghost story playing at The Crown in North Hollywood. A lawyer who's recently experienced a tragedy believes his family is cursed. He then hires a skeptical actor to retell his tale, the instance in which he saw "the woman in black" -- who haunts the neighborhood where her illegitimate child was killed.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28, November 2, November 3, November 4

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Meet TV, Movie and Pop Culture Stars at "The Hollywood Show"
at Westin Los Angeles Airport, Los Angeles

Come face-to-face with your favorite celebs at "The Hollywood Show" -- the only place you'll get the chance to meet and purchase autographs and photos from literally scores of stars under one roof -- at Westin Los Angeles Airport. Every edition of the expo features a different assortment of TV and movie stars from the '60s, '70s, '80s and beyond. Going stronger than ever since its first event in L.A. in 1979, "The Hollywood Show" also boasts an array of vendors selling comic books, posters, autographs, vintage magazines and other entertainment memorabilia. Please see the full event listing for a link to the continuously updated lineup.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


"Design & Dine": Painting Mandalas at Great Maple
at Great Maple, Torrance

"Design & Dine" has crafted a perfect afternoon to satisfy both your creativity and your cravings: a class where you can tap into your artistic side while munching and drinking. Guided by life coach Elizabeth Simone, you'll paint "mandalas" (circular symbols seen in art, spirituality and nature). This two-hour session takes place at Great Maple in Torrance; you can buy dishes and drinks from their modern American menu. There's no experience necessary and all the painting supplies are provided for you. When you're done, use your mandala masterpiece as a beautiful decoration, meditation tool, or a great conversation piece.

Offer Dates: October 22, January 14, February 11

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Berlin With Terri Nunn ("Take My Breath Away")
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

New Wave pop group Berlin broke through in a big way in the 1980s, particularly after the iconic appearance of their hit song "Take My Breath Away" in the movie "Top Gun". Berlin's unforgettable melodies and cutting edge synth-pop sound also earned them huge hits like "No More Words," "Masquerade" and "The Metro." To this day, the band is led by its original sizzling vocalist Terri Nunn, who claimed the No. 11 spot on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Women in Rock." They're currently working on new material for an upcoming album release and are set to rock the house at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


General Admission to the Zimmer Children's Museum
at Zimmer Children's Museum, Los Angeles

Filled with creative experiences for children ages 8 and under, the Zimmer Children's Museum offers discovery-based exhibits, as well as classes in art, music, movement, school readiness and language immersion. Families can play together and become pilots as they fly the Discovery Airplane to distant lands, save their friends from the ball pit at the Rescue Harbor, splash at the Water Ways Water Table and cook a meal at the Blue Bagel Cafe. Through immersive play, this L.A. museum guides children to take positive action toward building a better future.

Offer Dates: December 17

Full Price: $15 - $30  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $15


Street Food Cinema: Fairfax District -- Outdoor Flicks, Music & Food
at Pan-Pacific Park, Los Angeles

Should you go to the movies, or spend the evening outdoors at a park? Thanks to Street Food Cinema, you don't have to choose! Head to the grounds of Los Angeles' Pan-Pacific Park, grab a delicious meal from one of the participating food trucks, chill to some great live music, and then settle in on your low lawn chair for the night's featured movie on a giant screen. Some weeks feature family movies, and others feature popular films for adult crowds. Giveaways, activities and more make Street Food Cinema a great night of entertainment.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $13 - $18  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12


Mother-Daughter Drama in Post-Katrina New Orleans
at Fountain Theatre, Los Angeles

Three years after Hurricane Katrina, 14-year-old runaway Kali and her mother Eunice return to the dismantled New Orleans to recover the pieces of their broken life in this poignant drama. Upon learning that Kali is pregnant, the two part ways and Kali befriends the remaining denizens of the city. Meanwhile, it's up to Eunice to decide if she's ready to come to terms with her womanhood and gather the strength to truly become a mother again. Watch the two learn to move forward in "Runaway Home" at the Fountain Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Gershwin Musical Comedy "Crazy for You" -- Exclusive Pre-Broadway Production
at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

Five-time Tony Award winner Susan Stroman ("Show Boat", "Contact", "The Producers") returns to direct and choreograph an all-new production of the acclaimed musical comedy that launched her Broadway career -- "Crazy for You"! Featuring a delightful book by two-time Tony nominee Ken Ludwig ("Lend Me A Tenor") and a score of showstoppers by George and Ira Gershwin including "I Got Rhythm," "Embraceable You," "Slap That Bass" and "Someone To Watch Over Me," "Crazy for You" is an irresistibly funny valentine to the American musicals of the 1930s. Welcome to a world of cowboys and showgirls, where a Wall Street guy and a Main Street gal can fall madly in love, put on a show, and dance their way to happiness! Who could ask for anything more?

Offer Dates: February 7, February 8, February 9, February 11

Full Price: $30 - $130  |  Our Price: $30 - $130


"Stupid Kid": New Dark Comedy
at The Road on Magnolia, North Hollywood

Penned by award-winning Broadway playwright Sharr White ("The Snow Geese, The Other Place, Annapurna") and billed as "a rollicking Gothic Western tale," "Stupid Kid" captures the homecoming of Chick Ford, who's just spent more than a decade in prison despite proclaiming his innocence -- only to find his family socially shunned, broke and dependent on his dangerously shady uncle. The world premiere of this character-driven dark comedy takes the stage at the Road on Magnolia, in the NoHo Senior Arts Colony.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $34  |  Our Price: $17


The Tenors Sing New Holiday Album
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Imagine the earworm melodies of a pop hit sung with the so-beautiful-you-could-cry harmonies of a piece of sacred choral music by Handel (you know, the "Hallelujah!" guy). That's the enchanting blend you get from The Tenors, three guys with some serious pipes -- and the multiplatinum album sales to prove it. But they've also got some serious diva cred: they've performed on "Oprah" -- with Celine Dion, no less -- and for the Queen of England at her Diamond Jubilee. And their male fans aren't too shabby, either -- Paul McCartney? Neil Young? They've sung a harmony or two together. They've brought the warm-and-fuzzy with a previous holiday album, "The Perfect Gift", and now they're back for round two with "Christmas Together", a mix of seasonal favorites and original songs. Get in the spirit of the coming holidays as The Tenors come to the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills for this concert.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $67.50  |  Our Price: $36.25


Nottingham Festival: Renaissance Faire and Marketplace
at Simi Valley Civic Center Park, Simi Valley

Play the part of a wandering minstrel, a lady of the court or a brave knight when you step back in time to the Elizabethan era during the opening day of the Nottingham Festival. This event, which was ranked the best new renaissance faire in the U.S. in 2014, brings to life the sights, sounds and history of a village during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. Explore the merchants, crafty artisans, sumptuous food vendors and ale stands while enjoying period entertainment on five stages. As you walk the grounds, you'll also encounter street performers and over 1,200 costumed participants and performers, including Queen Elizabeth herself. Guests of all ages will thrill to step inside history as Civic Center Park in Simi Valley transforms for the fifth anniversary of the Nottingham Festival. Your ticket includes a pass to the opening day of Tumbleweed, a historical 19th-century American western festival, on November 18.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"Stories in Body": Innovative Dance Theater
at Highways Performance Space and Gallery, Santa Monica

Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica presents three new pieces that blur the line between theatrical storytelling and abstract dance. Re:borN Dance Interactive's "Amongst the Fragments" follows a woman suffering from emotional disarray as depicted by relationships in her life. She dances through her memories as we become witnesses to the collapse of the relationship between thought, emotion, and behavior. Storytelling and personal histories are the focus of Mixed eMotion Theatrix and choreographer Janet Roston's "So Now You Know", which brings actors who move and dancers who speak together to tell poignant, hilarious and often terrifying stories in words and dance of individual discovery. And in Valerie McCann's "Helplessness Makes Patients Hard to Please," Orestes does her physical therapy exercises.

Offer Dates: November 17, November 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Sugar Up on the L.A. Cupcake Crawl Tasting Tour
at Second City Tours - Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills

This is one crawl that's gonna give you a buzz -- from all the decadent sugary confections. Put on your comfortable shoes for this walking tour led by your friendly guide from Second City Tours. You'll stroll the scenic streets of Beverly Hills, stopping to taste confections at various spots, including the famous Sprinkles, home of the cupcake ATM and owned by TLC's "Cupcake Wars" judge Candace Nelson. To sweeten the deal, you'll receive a surprise treat at the end of the tour.

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"The Humans": See the 2016 Tony Winner for Best Play
at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

In his "kind, warm, beautifully observed and deeply moving new play" ("Chicago Tribune"), Pulitzer Prize finalist Stephen Karam ("Sons of the Prophet") takes a fresh look at the hilarity, heart and horrors of modern American family life. Deciding to shake the holiday up a bit, Erik Blake brings his family from Pennsylvania to New York City to celebrate Thanksgiving at his youngest daughter's run-down apartment. But as darkness falls outside the crumbling pre-war duplex, mysterious things start to go bump in the night -- and family tensions reach a boiling point. After a successful Broadway run last year, where it won the 2016 Tony Award for Best Play, "The Humans" now comes to the Ahmanson in L.A., directed once again by two-time Tony winner Joe Mantello ("Assassins").

Offer Dates: June 19, June 21, June 22, June 24

Full Price: $30 - $130  |  Our Price: $30 - $130


"Rhinoceros": Absurdist Comedy Skewers Mob Mentality
at Pacific Resident Theatre, Venice

Eugene Ionesco was the master of the Theater of the Absurd, a dramatic genre where the world is incomprehensible and anything can happen. His play "Rhinoceros", at Pacific Resident Theatre in Venice, is set in a small village where the inhabitants are transforming, one by one, into rhinoceroses. Only Bérenger, the central character, seems immune to the metamorphosis. The "Los Angeles Times" praised "Rhinoceros" for its "precise comic timing and cleanly individuated characterizations." Written during the aftermath of World War II, the Ovation Recommended play served as a harsh criticism of the circumstances that led to widespread acceptance of fascism and Nazism. To this day, it remains a pointed and timely critique of conformity, mass culture and allowing society to set the definition of morality.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22

Full Price: $34  |  Our Price: $17


Winery Trip, Tour & Tasting to Solvang's Rideau Vineyards
at Zuri Wine Bus, Los Angeles

Zuri Wine offers a fun, relaxing and highly rated all-day excursion from Los Angeles to Solvang in the Santa Ynez Valley to visit Rideau Vineyards. This exciting tour of California's only black female-owned winery is led by a friendly and knowledgeable guide and includes round-trip bus transportation and lunch at Petros restaurant in Los Olivos. In addition to the tour and tasting at Rideau, which specializes in Rhone varietals, you'll also visit local vineyard the Olive House and take a trip into the charming Danish-styled town of Solvang for shopping and sightseeing. Please see the full event description for the tour itinerary.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $209  |  Our Price: $104.50


Seek Ancient Treasure in Escape Room LA's "The Cavern"
at Escape Room LA, Los Angeles

Hundreds of feet below downtown Los Angeles, a lost civilization's ancient treasure awaits discovery, and Escape Room LA's "The Cavern" is waiting for you to find it. Join the expedition for an interactive live-action adventure in which you'll descend into a mysterious underground lair where the mission begins to go horribly wrong. Trapped in the depths of the creepy cavern, you'll have less than an hour to escape, working with your team to find clues and solve the challenging puzzles needed to break free and climb back to the glorious light of day. Will you make it?

Offer Dates: October 24, October 26

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


"The Ballad of Dena & Andrea" ft. Abby & The Myth
at Highways Performance Space and Gallery, Santa Monica

"The Ballad of Dena & Andrea" is a murder ballad song cycle that tells the true life stories of Andrea Yates and Dena Schlosser, two women who murdered their own children and ended up as roommates in the same North Texas mental health facility. Using original murder ballads in a traditional folk style, Becky Poole explores the worlds of postpartum psychosis, overzealous religion, toxic masculinity, childbearing, female rage, forgiveness and the justice system. Expect banjo, musical saw and sad stories, with a healthy balance of empathy and irreverence. The evening at Santa Monica's Highways Performance Space and Gallery begins with a performance by Abby and The Myth.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Escape Room LA: The Alchemist -- A Magical Medieval Adventure
at Escape Room LA, Los Angeles

While exploring an ancient library, you discover a secret passage that leads you into the mysterious lab of an ancient alchemist. The door slams shut and locks behind you -- now, with only an hour until the alchemist returns, you must uncover and unite the four lost elements to release the hidden power of the Philosopher's Stone and escape the room. This live action event at Escape Room L.A. is a fun and frantic challenge requiring critical thinking, creativity and plenty of teamwork.

Offer Dates: October 25, November 1

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $16


Red-Blooded Debauchery at the "American Monster Burlesque & Blues Show"
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Everyone needs to let loose with a little good old-fashioned adult debauchery now and then. "American Monster" at Harvelle's Long Beach is just the ticket, featuring a host of fiery red-hot burlesque dancers performing to loud, raucous dirty blues. You'll catch a rotating roster of guest musicians providing live jams, but the music is only the beginning. Enjoy drinks from the cash bar while being transported by the soulful singing, sexy strip-tease dancing, tassel-twirling and wildly campy vaudeville-style acts in this uniquely naughty show.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 4, December 2, December 2

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


World Premiere of Comedy "Resolving Hedda"
at Victory Theatre Center, Burbank

In this world premiere comedy, Ibsen's characters from "Hedda Gabler", who know the play insanely well after centuries of performances, try desperately to keep the play afloat. At the same time, Hedda tries just as desperately to sabotage the plot in order to avoid her pending demise. The misadventures that ensue continue to raise the stakes of hilarity to a fevered pitch. And if Hedda succeeds in her quest to live, will this classic theatrical work ever be performed again? Enjoy "Resolving Hedda" at The Victory Theatre Center in Burbank.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $34  |  Our Price: $17


L.A. Dance Project With "Black Swan"'s Benjamin Millepied
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

Choreographer and co-star of the blockbuster film "Black Swan" -- where he met his Oscar-winning wife, Natalie Portman -- Benjamin Millepied's L.A. Dance Project becomes The Wallis' first-ever company-in-residence with this blockbuster fall show at the Bram Goldsmith Theater in Beverly Hills. Hailed by the "Los Angeles Times" as having "a defining artistic vision for our time," Millepied won raves as a principal dancer with New York City Ballet before co-founding the L.A. Dance Project in 2012. His contemporary troupe will no doubt impress with West Coast or L.A. premieres of three of his new pieces, as well as a U.S. premiere of a work by Noé Soulier.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 4

Full Price: $75 - $95  |  Our Price: $42.50 - $60


"Home": A Coming of Age Story
at International City Theatre, Long Beach

South Carolina-bred Cephus Miles has just been released from prison for refusing to serve in the Vietnam War. Having lost his land to tax collectors, he heads north to the big city -- where, despite its rewards and glamour, he learns that home is where his heart truly belongs. The International City Theatre brings this relatable show to Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $35 - $49  |  Our Price: $17.50 - $24.50


Drag Brunch: L.A. -- Drinks, Dishes & Divas
at Viva Hollywood, Los Angeles

Cap your weekend off with over-the-top looks, laughs and heaping helpings of shade, courtesy of the Drag Brunch party, stomping its way into L.A. on Sundays. Stars from the "RuPaul's Drag Race" dynasty descend upon Viva Hollywood, including fierce firebrand Gia Gunn, death drop expert Laganja Estranja, Season 1 stunner Ongina and corn-popping cut-up Jasmine Masters. Hosted by Vicky Vox and DJ Rhea Litre, it's a fresh and fabulous makeover of the typical long lines-for-avocado toast drudgery. The Queen's VIP package gets you front-of-stage seating so you can see every lash and lip quiver up close, plus you can pose for a photo op with the divas. You'll also get your fill of Mexican-style brunch dishes and Latin-inspired drinks.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 22, November 5, November 5, November 12, November 12, November 19, November 19, November 26, November 26, December 3, December 3, December 10, December 10, December 17, December 17, December 31, December 31

Full Price: $69.95  |  Our Price: $39.95


Messy Comedy Show Serves Laughs & Fake Lashes
at The Federal Bar, Los Angeles

Imagine a comedy show and a costume party had a baby and you'll have "The Busted Barbie Comedy Show". Walk the red carpet in your own "Busted Barbie" (or Ken) costume, then file into the Federal Bar to watch L.A. area stand-ups deliver a night of hot-mess comedy. Not sure how to avoid a "Basic Barbie" look? There'll be plenty of fake eyelashes, glitter and other gaudy goodness on-hand to help you put your look over the top.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $30 - $40  |  Our Price: $15 - $20


Project Club LA's Project Halloween
at Project Club LA, Los Angeles

Take the best cosplay this side of Comic Con, add hundreds of the hottest party people in L.A., a couple of the coolest DJs and top it off with your first drink on the house, and you've got a Halloween bash worthy of any ever thrown on the legendary Hollywood strip. This much-anticipated monster mash gets rocking less than a block from Hollywood and Vine at Project Club LA. And needless to say, coming in costume is highly encouraged.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $40 - $60  |  Our Price: $19.49 - $29.49


Burbank Beer Festival With Live Music & More
at Downtown Burbank, Burbank

It's one of the valley's biggest brew fests of the year! Plenty of fun will be on tap -- as will more than 85 craft beers from dozens of the best-loved breweries in the biz -- at the massive Burbank Beer Festival & Fall Street Fair in Downtown Burbank. Along with tastings of your favorite brews and some new faves you're sure to discover, there'll be live music and a Fall Street Fair featuring art vendors, handcrafted products and more. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Downtown Burbank Partnership and the Gen Giammanco Foundation.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


"A Love Affair": Marital Rom-Com
at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse, Santa Monica

If you could go back and give advice to your younger self, what would you say? In "A Love Affair", Jimmy and Alice Diamond find themselves reliving the flawed masterpiece that is their marriage as financial issues force them to clear out the attic of their Malibu home. Brimming with all the hilarious and moving moments captured from almost 40 years of marriage, "A Love Affair" is a daring rollercoaster ride through successes, disappointments, sex, traumas and so much more. Journey through "A Love Affair" at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 29, November 4, November 5, November 11, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


California Singles Convention
at The Continental Club, Los Angeles

Meet new friends at this fun event for adults of all ages. The night kicks off with a fun mixer game for an ice breaker. That'll be followed by an entertaining keynote address from Rich Gosse, who will discuss his new book, "The Donald Trump Syndrome: Why Women Choose the Wrong Men to Love". Then it's time for a dance party with your favorite Top 40 hits. Don't miss the California Singles Convention at The Continental Club in downtown Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Daytime Whale & Dolphin Watching From Dana Point
at Dana Wharf Boats, Dana Point

The waters off Dana Point are a whale- and dolphin-watching haven, and Dana Wharf's boat captains are masters at spotting the majestic mammals. During this two-hour seafaring voyage, your captain will keep you entertained with interesting facts and anecdotes as you scout out whales (gray or blue, depending on the season), three different types of dolphin, sea lions and more. Dana Wharf, the originator of whale watching in Orange County, has an 85 percent success rate at spotting marine mammals. They guarantee you'll see whales or dolphins during the voyage -- or you'll ride again for free.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $22.50


"Secrets of Little Tokyo" -- Scavenger Hunt Through L.A.'s Historic Neighborhoods
at CityRace at Little Tokyo, Los Angeles

From the heart of downtown's historic core to the "village" of Little Tokyo, this challenging hunt will take you through some of the city's most historic neighborhoods in a race to be the first to finish with more correct answers than any other team. You'll discover some of the oldest -- and newest -- sites in downtown L.A. as you figure out cryptic clues and solve brainteasing puzzles in this iconic urban adventure through L.A.'s past, present and future.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Musical Satire "Captain Greedy's Carnival"
at The Actors' Gang Theater, Culver City

Greed, corruption and graft rule supreme at "Captain Greedy's Carnival", a delightfully malicious musical satire for the here and now. The Actors' Gang season opener follows the story of four innocents who are blinded by the promise of instant riches and take the bait of a legendary con man. Sound familiar? Enter a world of freaks, illusions, terrifying exhibitions and strange amusements inside "Captain Greedy's Carnival", an old-time sideshow designed to deceive.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 9, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $34.99  |  Our Price: $17.50


"The Dinner Detective": Mystery Dinner Cruise
at Grand Romance Riverboat, Long Beach

Named the best show of its kind in Los Angeles for four years running, "The Dinner Detective" sets sail on the Grand Romance Riverboat in Long Beach, serving up a tasty whodunit along with a four-course dinner. And since this comedic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll have no way of knowing whether someone at your table is just another guest or one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect ... including you. This three-hour cruise starts out with a reception featuring tray-passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, an entree and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. The top sleuth even wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights. You'll experience it all aboard California's largest authentic operating paddlewheel riverboat, offering great harbor views in a climate-controlled atmosphere.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25

Full Price: $108  |  Our Price: $76.65


LA Phil at Disney Hall: Mirga Conducts Mahler
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Be there when Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla conducts Mahler at Walt Disney Concert Hall. This award-winning talent has already electrified audiences around the world and served as Music Director for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and the Salzburg Landestheater. And American soprano Janai Brugger, a favorite at New York's Metropolitan and the L.A. Opera, joins the festivities for Mahler's magical Symphony No. 4, a look at heaven through the eyes of a child. Violin virtuoso Gidon Kremer will also be on hand to perform a dramatic concerto by Shostakovich colleague and contemporary Mieczyslaw Weinberg.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20

Full Price: $73 - $115  |  Our Price: $51 - $81


"Freaky FUNhouse Burlesque" Starring the Dollface Dames
at The Bar B Que Bar, North Hollywood

Like no Dollface Dames show you've seen before, "Freaky FUNhouse Burlesque" is an immersive, after-dark experience that transforms North Hollywood's Bar-B-Que Bar into an intimate, tempting playground. As the show distorts your perceptions and excites your senses with its fully interactive experience -- filled with a rotating roster of special guests that include musicians, circus performers, songbirds and more -- you'll realize it's definitely not for the faint of heart. Experience the power of the tease with the Dollface Dames and "Freaky FUNhouse Burlesque".

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $10 - $20  |  Our Price: COMP - $10


Sloths, Monkeys, Bobcats & More at the Wildlife Learning Center
at Wildlife Learning Center, Sylmar

Nestled in an old olive grove in Sylmar, the Wildlife Learning Center is home to over 50 species of exotic animals, many of them rescued from unsafe or illegal conditions. From squirrel monkeys to alligators, giant African tortoises to a sloth named Lola who once made Kristen Bell cry on "Ellen", the Wildlife Learning Center is a family-friendly educational environment where you can get an up-close look at animals from all over the world. This admission voucher is a great way to learn about exotic wildlife while supporting the WLC's conservation efforts.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $9


Dance Troupe MOMIX'S Thrilling "Opus Cactus"
at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB, Long Beach

The acclaimed dance troupe known as MOMIX is famed for creating a cutting-edge live entertainment experience through their signature blend of innovative props, light, shadow, humor and the human body. With their latest show, dubbed "Opus Cactus", the company brings the landscape of the American Southwest to the stage with dynamic acrobatic images of cacti, slithering lizards, fire dancers and more. Under Artistic Director Moses Pendleton, MOMIX "is the IMAX version of dance theater ... a savvy mix of puppetry, strobe lights and multi-media" ("The Star Ledger"). See for yourself why "The New York Times" declared "Opus Cactus" a "sprawling, luscious fantasy" when this "feast for the eyes" comes to the Carpenter Performing Arts Center in Long Beach.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Sexy Burlesque From the Dollface Dames
at The Britannia Pub, Santa Monica

You're in for a night of fun and fantasy as the lights dim and L.A.-based theatrical burlesque troupe the Dollface Dames slink down the stairs and through the crowd. Now in their fourth year at the Britannia Pub, the Dames change up their show every week, offering a variety of burlesque acts and special guests. These ladies combine the art of the tease with fan dances, pointe, tap, contortion, magic, hoop tricks, singing, comedy and more. The sexy experience is spread out over three sets at Britannia Pub in Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: October 23, October 30

Full Price: COMP - $50  |  Our Price: FREE - $25


The Dollface Dames Burlesque Show at Magicopolis
at Magicopolis, Santa Monica

You're in for a night of fun and fantasy as the lights dim and L.A.-based theatrical burlesque troupe The Dollface Dames slink onto the stage. Now in their fifth year at Magicopolis, the Dames' 80-minute show features a variety of burlesque acts, live singing and special guests, with a different themed show every month. The ladies combine the art of the tease with fan dances, pointe, tap, belly dance, clogging, contortion, magic, fire-wielding and hoop tricks, aerial performances and more. And all the action's not just on the stage; Magicopolis boasts bartenders who double as magicians and the Dames mix and mingle with you after the show.

Offer Dates: November 11, December 9

Full Price: $20 - $50  |  Our Price: COMP - $25


Maceo Parker Salutes Ray Charles
at Valley Performing Arts Center - Great Hall, Northridge

As one of the pioneers of funk, saxophonist Maceo Parker is a giant in his own right, but in this special concert, he'll be paying tribute to his hero, Ray Charles. Joining him in re-creating Charles' beloved songbook are the Ray Charles Orchestra and the legend's original backing singers, The Raelettes. Irresistibly soulful and energetic, Maceo Parker joined James Brown's band in 1964, remaining one of the Godfather of Soul's most prominent band members until 1970. He went on to play with George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic, before launching a full-time solo career. Today, this unstoppable 74-year-old still blows with the best of them. Don't miss this musical celebration at the Valley Performing Arts Center.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $38 - $58  |  Our Price: $20 - $58


The Temptations: Motown Legends at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

The Temptations' member line-up has changed over the years, but the smooth vocal stylings and silky dance steps remain. Led by original member Otis Williams, the vocal veterans continue to sell out performances after more than five decades. From "My Girl" to "Just My Imagination" to "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone," their R&B, doo-wop and soul hits have earned them a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Opening their set at Agoura Hills' The Canyon is L.A. a cappella group Who's Your Daddy!

Offer Dates: January 28

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Build a Burger in the Bud Light Lounge
at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia

Can't go wrong with a Bud in one hand and a burger in the other as you take in a weekend day of racing at Santa Anita from the Bud Light Lounge. Along with the action at the track, you can also catch every available pro and/or college game on one of more than 20 HDTVs. As far as the grub goes, you can build your beef, chicken or black bean burger with your choice of bread, cheese, sauce, toppings (including bacon and avocado) and fries. And as far as the Budweiser and Bud Light goes, your first one's included and the rest are discounted.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $15


Immersive Haunted Escape Experience: "Night Shift"
at Night Shift, Los Angeles

A mysterious shipment has arrived, containing an ancient mirror ... with a deadly secret! Welcome to your first shift at work, as an employee in a grimy shipping and receiving warehouse. Can you survive your first night shift? Bridging the elements of haunts, immersive theatre and escape rooms, "Night Shift" fully immerses you in a terrifying storyline that is filled with objectives and interactions with the inhabitants of a Downtown L.A. warehouse. "Night Shift" is a unique, immersive haunted escape experience presented by Rachel Foti, owner of Horror Escapes LA, and off-Broadway theatre director Robert Glen Decker.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 26, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $30


"Loveline"-Inspired Sketch Show "Some F*cking Advice"
at Second City Studio Theatre, Los Angeles

If you're admittedly a vicarious listener of sex-love talk shows on the radio, then "Some F*cking Advice" is the comedy show for you. A standout lineup of LGBTQIA and straight performers tell it like it is through a series of sketch scenes, setting out to explore individuals understanding themselves, their hidden fantasies and their relationship dynamics -- but not without some f*cking advice from others. Tune in at the Second City Studio Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Shakespeare Meets Italian Opera in Verdi's "Otello"
at Woman's Club of South Pasadena, South Pasadena

"Otello" turns up the passion with this mashup between two giants of theater: William Shakespeare and Giuseppe Verdi. Pitting one of the greatest romances against a most odious villain, Verdi's "Otello" propels you through Shakespeare's stormy seas, soaring love duet, tender "Ave Maria" and crushing conclusion. James Salazaar and Steve Moritzugu head this all-star cast on the stage of the Woman's Club of South Pasadena with the 25-piece Vineyard Touring Opera Orchestra. L. C. Harnsberger conducts a pre-performance talk, and audiences may stay after to meet the performers and enjoy light refreshments.

Offer Dates: November 4, November 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Morris Day & The Time ("Jungle Love," "The Bird")
at The Rose, Pasadena

Funk-pop artists Morris Day and The Time turn back the clock to their '80s heyday, with their patented upbeat grooves as fresh and as fierce as ever. Prince's longtime musical partner, the ever-stylish, pompadour-ed Day and his band first swaggered onto the scene with an appearance in "Purple Rain", before taking over the charts with hits like "Get It Up," "777-9311," "Jerk Out," "The Bird" and their signature song "Jungle Love," selling more than 10 million records to date. Still actively touring, you can catch these R&B pioneers at The Rose in Pasadena, and check out their influence on today's stars like Bruno Mars.

Offer Dates: March 24

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $35


Buddy the Elf Saves Christmas at Yuletide Cinema
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

If you're looking for a last-minute infusion of holiday cheer, Yuletide Cinema is like a shot of peppermint-scented adrenaline straight to the heart. For this screening of the Will Ferrell Christmas classic "Elf", L.A.'s Saban Theatre is getting a total holiday makeover. Enjoy the musical stylings of some carolers (and DJs), get a perfect Christmas card photo at the photo booth, dine at your favorite food trucks, sip on a holiday cocktail or two and meet the hilarious Drunk Santa -- who's "definitely" sipped on more than two cocktails. Then, all that's left is to watch Buddy the Elf go on a wild and cheerful New York adventure in search of his real dad. By the time the credits roll you'll have enough Christmas spirit to get you all the way through New Year's.

Offer Dates: December 16

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $14


Rising R&B Star Eric Bellinger Live in Concert
at SOL Venue, Carson

A former college football star, Eric Bellinger traded in his cleats for a pen and became one of R&B's most gifted songwriters, penning smashes for Usher, Justin Bieber and Chris Brown. Now, he's branching out into a solo career of his own, blending rap and R&B for a seductive, playful mix that has seen his star rise. See him perform live at SOL Venue in Carson.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Dennis DeYoung: Styx Hits
at The Rose, Pasadena

Styx founding member Dennis DeYoung -- responsible for writing and singing seven of the band's eight Top 10 hits -- now re-creates the supergroup's music live with his own six-piece band at The Rose in Pasadena. Styx had huge success in the '70s, '80s and '90s with classic-rock favorites like "Lady," "Come Sail Away," "Babe," "Too Much Time on My Hands," "Mr. Roboto," "Grand Illusion" and more, and DeYoung and his distinctive tenor bring them all back, cementing his reputation as one of the most recognizable vocalist-composers in rock.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $35


"Drink, Paint, Create": Wine & Dine While Making Art
at Claim Jumper, Burbank

Spend a relaxing evening outdoors with a brush in one hand and a glass of wine or craft beer glass in the other, at this "Drink, Paint, Create" gathering. Whether you're a novice painter or an experienced artist, this event at the Claim Jumper in Burbank offers a fun and relaxing way to express your creativity. All the materials you need to create your own masterpiece are provided for you, including an easel, canvas and paint, of course, and you can purchase food and drink from the venue.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29, November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


"The House is Black": An Unforgettable Journey
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

Every inch of Iranian-American artist Susan Deyhim's body of work has one goal in mind: Inspiring change in her audience. In this show, her most ambitious work to date, that agent of change is Forough Farrokhzad, one of Iran's most influential and incendiary feminist poets and filmmakers, whose controversial work dealt in carnal and existential reality. Now Deyhim invites you on a visual, sonic and theatrical journey into the heart of that artist's prophetic vision. Featuring a Persian and Western-influenced score by Deyhim and Golden Globe-winning composer Richard Horowitz, "The House is Black" can be experienced at the Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: February 1, February 2, February 3

Full Price: $45 - $55  |  Our Price: $20 - $32


"Freak Show": Comedy, Burlesque & Oddities
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

When the sun goes down this Halloween, join the freaks underground -- and let them help you unleash the freak within you. From Human Block Heads and Flesh Rippers to Erotic Burlesque that makes "American Horror Story" look like a PBS kids special, they've got you covered. And some of the industry's top comics will bathe you in laughter to calm your nerves during this "Freak Show" for your senses. Join all the fun this Halloween night at Harvelle's Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 31

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Storybook Theatre's "The Ugly Duckling": A Fun Family Musical
at Theatre West, Hollywood

Hans Christian Andersen's classic tale has inspired a family musical with some fun new twists: ballet, cha-cha and rap music. The story of a youngster who is rejected for being different, "The Ugly Duckling" encounters kindness from a friendly dog and peril from one of her own kind before discovering she is actually a beautiful swan. The adaptation was written by Lloyd J. Schwartz ("Gilligan's Island, The Brady Bunch"), with music and lyrics by Adryan Russ.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23, December 30, January 6, January 13, January 20, January 27, February 3, February 10, February 17, February 24, March 3

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Explore Western History at the Autry Museum
at Autry Museum of the American West, Los Angeles

Giddyup over to the Autry Museum to walk in the boots of cowpokes and explore the history of Native Americans in the American West. Located just across from the zoo in Griffith Park, the Autry is home to tons of amazing exhibitions and more than half a million artifacts that reveal the cultures and everyday life of the region. There's also plenty of fun memorabilia from co-founder Gene Autry, "America's Favorite Singing Cowboy," plus iconic costumes from the original "Lone Ranger", "Brokeback Mountain" and "The Hateful Eight", and more. Right now, you can get hands-on at the "Play!" exhibit, as you delve into toys and games from across cultures and eras.

Offer Dates: January 1

Full Price: $6 - $14  |  Our Price: $4 - $14


Russian Grand Ballet Dances "Swan Lake"
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

Tchaikovsky's "Swan Lake" premiered in Moscow in 1877 -- so who better to see dance it than the Russian Grand Ballet? "Swan Lake" has continued to enchant audiences, inspiring countless performances and earning a reputation as "the ballet of all ballets." Now, with spectacular sets, glittering costumes and the rarely seen "Waltz of Black Swans", the Russian Grand Ballet brings this beloved classic to Richmond. "Swan Lake" tells the hauntingly beautiful story of young lovers Siegfried and Odette, who's been captured by an evil sorcerer and transformed into a swan. Siegfred only has a short time to save his beloved before she's cursed to remain a swan forever, but standing in his way is the sorcerer's daughter, the beguiling black swan Odile, who comes to tempt and distract him away from his quest. Featuring premier dancers from some of Russia's elite choreographic schools, this stunning full-length production graces the stage of the Fred Kavli Theatre.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $34 - $44  |  Our Price: $29 - $39


International Gem and Jewelry Show Sparkles
at Westin Los Angeles Airport, Los Angeles

You're sure to be dazzled by the International Gem and Jewelry Show's unmatched display of gems, jewelry, beads, accessories and minerals. For close to 50 years, the acclaimed bauble fest known as InterGem has traveled to locations across the country with the largest selection of jewelry all under one roof -- and now the show is back at the Westin Los Angeles Airport. Expect to find colored gemstones, exquisite fine jewelry, gold and silver earrings, necklaces and bracelets, beads and crystals, ethnic jewelry, classic pearls, vintage estate jewelry, engagement rings and wedding bands, designer watches and one-of-a-kind seasonal pieces. With special show pricing and a huge selection direct from worldwide designers and manufacturers, this event is perfect for gem enthusiasts, jewelry lovers or anyone looking for unique new accessories at great prices.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $6  |  Our Price: COMP


"The Dreamer Examines His Pillow"
at The Hudson Theatres, Hollywood

"The Dreamer Examines His Pillow" is a striking, surreal study of the often bizarre byways that love between men and women can follow. Told in three related scenes, the play uses indirection and richly evocative language to make its unsettling but ultimately illuminating points. See this "Stage Raw" "Pick of the Week" at the Hudson Theatre in Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"Blackbird" Spotlights the Fallout From Sexual Abuse
at Great Scott Theatre at The MET, Los Angeles

DBA Studio Production's run of David Harrower's explosive psychodrama "Blackbird" begins with the reunion of Una and Ray 15 years after their sexually abusive relationship -- when Una was 12 and Ray was 40. The two haven't seen each other in the years since. Bold, controversial and raw, the 2007 Olivier Award winner for Best Play will shake you to your core as it ignites the stage at the Great Scott Theatre at The MET in a work that deftly handles difficult subject matter with blunt objectivity.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


The Santa Monica Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market
at South Side of Santa Monica Airport, Santa Monica

Find a wide variety of vintage clothing, furniture and just about anything else from days gone by at the Santa Monica Outdoor Antique & Collectible Market. This outdoor market at Santa Monica Airport is a destination for many local decorators, clothing designers, and shop owners as well as families and collectors of all ages. Shop for antique furnishings, architectural treasures, paintings from listed European and American artists, estate jewelry, vintage fashion, chandeliers and interesting lighting, antique linens and silver at this popular community event.

Offer Dates: October 22, November 26

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


A Comedy About Life & Death
at Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks

Her post-mortem instructions were hidden in a very specific place -- but in the time leading up to her mom's death, the character at the center of "Under the Jello Mold" uncovered far more about her than could be contained in any envelope. Enjoy this comedy about life, loss and being of sound mind and body at the Whiteface Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 12, November 12

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Jefferson Starship: Rock Veterans Play The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

Jefferson Airplane was one of the biggest rock groups of the 1960s. The psych-rock legends performed at Woodstock, Monterey and at Altamont with the Rolling Stones. They also regularly shared a bill with the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. The band became known as Jefferson Starship in 1974 and they've gone on to play more than 2,000 concerts. Songs like "White Rabbit," "Somebody to Love" and "We Built This City" still resonate to this day, and now you can see Jefferson Starship in concert at Pasadena's The Rose.

Offer Dates: January 19

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


The Dramatics Featuring Willie Ford
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Experience a night of soul hits as The Dramatics hit the stage for this concert at The Saban in Beverly Hills. Coming up in Detroit's legendary vocal music scene in the mid-'60s, The Dramatics scored a Top 10 hit with "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get" in 1971, kicking off a string of favorites that included "Me and Mrs. Jones," "Be My Girl," "Shake It Well" and "In the Rain." They've been going strong ever since -- they even appeared on Snoop Dogg's debut album. In 2008, The Dramatics received the "SoulTracks" Readers' Choice Lifetime Achievement Award. Today, the group continues to take audiences down memory lane, led by original member Willie Ford.

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Santa Monica Seafood Crawl: Walking & Tasting Tour
at Second City Tours - Santa Monica, Santa Monica

The City of Angels is as famous for its cuisine as it for its film industry, with an iconic set of boardwalks and piers filled with fishy delights. On this walking tour through the trendy beach neighborhood of Santa Monica, you'll get a taste of Los Angeles's best seafood, from clam chowder and bay shrimp to classic fish & chips. This fun and filling outing also offers tidbits about local history from your friendly and knowledgeable guide. And your two-hour excursion is topped off by a signature dessert created by one of the city's top chefs.

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Explore the Culinary Jewels of Downtown Los Angeles on a Walking Tour
at Sidewalk Food Tours of Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Savor the sights, sounds and flavors of Los Angeles on this fun food tour. Your knowledgeable tour guide will lead you on a leisurely three-hour walking adventure through this extraordinary downtown area, sharing stories of the city's early settlers, Hollywood's heyday, architectural background and the transformation of L.A.'s culture and food scene. Along the way you'll get to enjoy tastes from unique eateries, including the best bakeries, authentic ethnic restaurants and renowned establishments currently creating a buzz in the foodie universe -- six stops in all. By the end of the tour, you'll be able to impress your friends with your vast knowledge of the city and its hidden culinary gems.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $75  |  Our Price: $49


Interior Art & Design Show
at Cisco Brothers, Los Angeles

This innovative art and design show features collaborations between WiseLiving, Last Ditch Design and street/studio artists like Big Sleeps, Karlos Marquez, Moncho1929 and Prime. The show at Cisco Brothers in Los Angeles will feature four vignettes - open rooms showcasing custom designed and painted furniture by each artist, along with new, original wall pieces. Each piece of furniture was produced by WiseLiving and custom designed by Last Ditch Design for each artist. The opening night reception will include an open champagne bar, hors d'oeuvres and artist meet-and-greets.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22

Full Price: $5 - $50  |  Our Price: COMP - $20


Bring Out Your Inner Picasso at a Wine and Art Night
at The Woodman LA, Sherman Oaks

Unleash your inner Picasso and drink a good Pinot Noir while you're at it. Winey Art has teamed up with Sherman Oaks' The Woodman to bring folks together to "Drink, Paint & Create" for a memorable evening. Step up to an easel and discover your hidden talents while sipping on craft beers and wine. You don't have to be a gifted painter to relish the calm and therapeutic act of producing unique art. If you get hungry in the midst of a creative spark, you can purchase some savory dishes like grilled corn lollipops and beer battered shrimp tacos. Art nights are a fun spin to a date night, girls' (or boys"!) night out or a simple way to get out there and express yourself freely. With painting materials provided, Winey Art makes it easy to get down with your artistic self.

Offer Dates: October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15, November 22

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Lenny Bruce Bio-Play Directed by Joe Mantegna ("Criminal Minds")
at Theatre 68, North Hollywood

"I Am Not a Comedian ... I'm Lenny Bruce" stars Ronnie Marmo as the stand-up comic and social commentator, with three-time Emmy nominee Joe Mantegna ("Criminal Minds") directing. Bruce's passionate crusades for free speech led to obscenity charges and arrests, paving the way for the honest and uncensored acts of Richard Pryor and George Carlin, among many more. "Stage Scene LA" calls this solo performance at NoHo's Theatre 68 "scabrously funny" and "heartbreakingly poignant."

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Grammy Winner Conducts Prokofiev & Shostakovich
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Widely acclaimed as a dynamic force in classical music, Grammy Award-winning conductor Valery Gergiev leads the venerable Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra -- christened "Russia's musical crown jewel" by the "New York Times" -- in an evening of Russian masters Shostakovich, Prokofiev and Scriabin at Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles. The program features Shostakovich's buoyant and humorous Ninth Symphony, Prokofiev's intense and frenetic Second Piano Concerto and Alexander Scriabin's Third Symphony, "The Divine Poem". Valery Gergiev's inspired leadership of the Mariinsky Theatre has brought universal acclaim to this legendary institution and has demonstrated his merit as one of Russia's most potent cultural figures.

Offer Dates: November 1

Full Price: $111  |  Our Price: $78


Paul Anka Does It His Way in Concert
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

One of the greatest singer-songwriters of the past 60 years, Paul Anka brings his decades-worth of hits to the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. With well over 500 songs to his credit, Anka has given us such gems as "Put Your Head on My Shoulder," "My Way" and the unforgettable theme song from "The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson". From "Lonely Boy" to "Puppy Love" to "She's a Lady," pop music wouldn't be the same without the acclaimed Canadian songwriter's imprint. Now's your chance to see the man behind hits made famous by Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Tom Jones and more.

Offer Dates: January 14

Full Price: $83  |  Our Price: $44


"The Hebrew Hillbilly: Fifty Shades of Oy Vey!" -- Singer Shelley Fisher's Solo Show
at Santa Monica Playhouse, Santa Monica

After successful performances around the U.S., singer-songwriter Shelley Fisher's one-woman show, "The Hebrew Hillbilly: Fifty Shades of Oy Vey!" returns to the Santa Monica Playhouse. Hear how she got her start growing up as a little Jewish girl from Memphis with big rock 'n' roll ambitions. Fisher has had success as a jazz and blues vocalist and created her own romantic-comedy cooking show, "Forkplay". She even had a close encounter with the king, Elvis! Her tale is a heartwarming testament to the power of dreams, determination and finding purpose beyond the Hollywood sign. "The Hebrew Hillbilly", her funny and moving musical celebration, features 17 original Memphis-inspired pop, blues and rock 'n' roll songs, which she penned with pop composers Harold Payne and Ken Hirsch.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $38.50  |  Our Price: $19.25


"Harvelle's Underground Comedy & Burlesque"
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Head to the sexiest venue in Long Beach, the underground speakeasy Harvelle's, for a night of comedy and burlesque. There you'll catch some of the biggest names and fastest-rising stars on the comedy circuit -- including comedians seen regularly on top late night shows, hit sitcoms and comedy specials on HBO, Showtime and Comedy Central -- who often pop in to try out new material. You'll also get to enjoy burlesque by professional local dancers, who will present the city's finest adults-only, risque romp. Don't miss this show, which pits stand-up comedians and sultry striptease dancers together in a classic vintage environment.

Offer Dates: October 24, November 7, November 14, November 28

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: COMP


"Exposed": Female Photographers on Display at CMATO
at California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks, Thousand Oaks

California Museum of Art Thousand Oaks sheds light on the art of contemporary female photographers with its exhibit "Exposed: The Female Lens in a Post-Identity Era?" The collection offers a photographic examination of identity through the artistry of some of the most compelling photographers working in California today. Curated by Lynn Farrand and Laura PG Lewis, the exhibit features works by "fabricated photographs" pioneer Jo Ann Callis, as well as thought-provoking pieces by Arden Surdam, Gay Ribisi, Andréanne Michon, Sant Khalsa and Sandra Klein.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 19, October 20, October 21, October 25, October 26, October 27, October 28, November 1, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 8, November 9, November 10, November 11, November 15, November 16, November 17, November 18, November 22, November 29, November 30, December 1, December 2, December 7, December 8, December 9

Full Price: $6  |  Our Price: COMP


Chocolate Festival & Pastry Show: "Indulge L.A."
at Omni Hotel, Los Angeles

Have sweet, sweet mercy on this foodie festival of indulgence. "Indulge L.A." is the stylish L.A. Chocolate Festival that satisfies your sweet tooth with an overload of confectionery treats and the world's top champagnes, wines and spirits to go with it. Celebrity chefs serve up luscious goods of chocolate-covered strawberries and gourmet truffles while you sip on treats like Bailey's espresso cocktails. You'll be munching for a good cause too -- This year's festival benefits the St. Baldrick's Foundation for childhood cancer research grants. Get ready to see Los Angeles's Omni Hotel transform into dessert city.

Offer Dates: January 6

Full Price: $100 - $150  |  Our Price: $50 - $75


Donkey Kong, Mega Man & More Square Off in Live-Action "Hunger Games" Parody
at Flight Theatre @ The Complex, Los Angeles

A "Hunger Games" parody for the geek set, "The Video Games" is a live-action battle to the death ... between beloved characters from some of the most popular video games ever made. It's a different show every night as iconic pixelated heroes and villains such as Donkey Kong, Mega Man and more compete to win the coveted title of "Player One." What's more, "you" the audience get to determine the outcome, by voting on your favorite combatant via Twitter. Hilarious and action-packed, "The Video Games" has entertained audiences at Long Beach Comic-Con, Nerd Con, and now comes to Flight Theatre @ The Complex in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 29, November 17, December 1, December 15

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


"Time Alone" by Oscar-Nominated Alessandro Camon
at Los Angeles Theatre Center, Los Angeles

"Time Alone" traces the parallel journeys of a young man convicted of killing a gang rival, and a woman whose son -- a police officer -- is murdered in the line of duty. Both end up in places of extreme loneliness: a solitary confinement prison cell, and the silent house of the bereaved. As time itself seems to unravel, their tales both contrast and mirror each other, providing answers to each other's questions -- until they find new doors to life. Belle Reve Theatre Company brings the world premiere of "Time Alone", by Oscar-nominated writer Alessandro Camon, to the Los Angeles Theatre Center. Tony Award-winner Tonya Pinkins and Alex Hernandez, star, with Bart DeLorenzo directing.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 23

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $30


NW Dance Project: Virginia Woolf-Inspired "Woolf Papers"
at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB, Long Beach

Acclaimed in its native Oregon for its "cutting-edge contemporary work" ("Portland Tribune"), NW Dance Project makes its Carpenter Center debut with a piece inspired by Virigina Woolf's famed novel, "Mrs. Dalloway". Created by the company's artistic director Sarah Slipper, 2016's "Woolf Papers" dramatically re-frames the story of a day in the life of a high-society woman in post-World War I London into an emotionally-affecting theatrical experience. Slipper, a former principal at the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, has since become an award-winning choreographer whose NW Dance Project is famed for its development of original new works.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $20 - $25


"Soft Power": A World Premiere Play With a Musical
at Ahmanson Theatre, Los Angeles

The provocative and hilarious new play by Tony-winning playwright David Henry Hwang ("Yellow Face", "M. Butterfly") begins as a play in the present and bursts into a musical set in the future. Inspired by the West's often ridiculously inauthentic portrayals of Asia, "Soft Power" examines the conflicts, misunderstandings and cultural tightrope walk on the night of a theater company gala, amidst China's 21st-century rise and a beloved East-meets-West musical. "Soft Power" marks the first collaboration between Hwang and Tony-winning composer Jeanine Tesori ("Fun Home"), debuting at Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: May 3, May 4, May 5, May 6, May 6

Full Price: $30 - $130  |  Our Price: $30 - $130


Tasty Decadence: Beverly Hills Chocolate Crawl
at Second City Tours - Beverly Hills, Beverly Hills

What's even better than a bar crawl, you ask? Um, that would be a Chocolate Crawl, led by a friendly guide from Second City Tours. Put on your comfortable shoes for this 90-minute walking tour that takes you to the best-known chocolatiers of Beverly Hills and a couple hidden gems, too. You'll get to indulge in exotic chocolate truffles, cakeballs, handmade gelato, cupcakes and more. Although the tastes are included, it's a pretty sure bet you're not going to go home empty-handed: Each stop will included time for additional purchases to enjoy later.

Offer Dates: December 24

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Haunted Hollywood Halloween Party
at Cinematic Pictures Group, Los Angeles

The ghosts of Hollywood icons past come out to play as the LA: Haunted Hollywood Halloween Party takes over the Cinematic Pictures Group. Wear your sexiest costume and come out to Hollywood Boulevard for this spooky soiree hosted by The Ivy Plus Society. Get your drink on at the open bar, nosh on small bites and hit the dance floor to the live DJ. Come dressed to impress and nab some awesome prizes in the scandalous costume contest. You and your friends will party the night away well into the witching hour.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $65 - $175  |  Our Price: $32.50 - $87.50


Reggae Harmonies From Israel Vibrations
at SOL Venue, Carson

Reggae stars Israel Vibrations first teamed up as harmonizing youngsters in Jamaica in the mid-'70s. Now, two-thirds of the crew -- Lascelle "Wiss" Bulgin and Cecil "Skeleton" Spence -- hit Carson for a concert at SOL Venue.

Offer Dates: November 20

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Flamenco & Spanish Cuisine: Intimate, Passionate, Exotic
at Cafe Sevilla Long Beach, Long Beach

The beautiful Cafe Sevilla invites guests to come and enjoy a magical evening of Spanish and Gypsy flamenco dance, an authentic three-course meal and an atmosphere of European elegance and Mediterranean spirit. Celebrating its 25th year, Sevilla is a fixture in Long Beach, and its flamenco dinner-show showcases a variety of dancers, singers, percussionists and guitarists. Adding to the gypsy vibe, Saturday shows will feature a live belly dancer. The included dinner features a salad, the famous Spanish dish paella Valenciana or short rib/salmon duet, and for dessert, crema Catalana, the restaurant's award-winning chocolate espresso creme brulee. A tapas menu, full bar, eclectic wine list and other menu upgrades are also available for a la carte purchase.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 23, January 6, January 13, January 20, January 27, February 3, February 10, February 17, February 24, March 3, March 10, March 17, March 24, March 31

Full Price: $59  |  Our Price: $39


"The Ultimate Flamenco Dinner Show Experience"
at Alegria Cocina Latina, Long Beach

Forget the airport -- the quickest way to get from Long Beach to Spain is an evening of authentic Spanish entertainment and cuisine at Alegria Cocina Latina's "Ultimate Flamenco Dinner Show Experience". Full of passionate dance and vibrant guitar playing, Andalusia-native La Sole-Yvette Garcia's artistically diverse show encompasses the culturally rich, technically intricate art of flamenco. Along with an evening's worth of exceptional entertainment, you'll enjoy Alegria's delicious Spanish and Latin American cuisine, which includes classic dishes like paella Valenciana and a sinful tres leches cake. Please see the full event description for detailed menu information.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23, December 30

Full Price: $49.99  |  Our Price: $24.50


LA Phil Performs Shakespeare's Romantic Comedy
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

A twister may never spirit you off to Oz, a wardrobe may never offer passage to Narnia, but traveling to the realm of the fairies is still possible with "A Midsummer Night's Dream". Under the baton of principal guest conductor Susana Mälkki, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association performs composer Felix Mendelssohn's iconic incidental music to enrich the magical moonlit groves of Shakespeare's beloved comedy. It is in these woods that four young lovers become caught in a quarrel between the king and queen of the faeries. When a group of local rustics are mixed into the madness, the comical snarl of spells seems impossible to unknot. But only a little more magic is needed and, as Puck puts it, "all is mended." Now enjoy Shakespeare's enchanted romantic comedy at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3

Full Price: $115  |  Our Price: $81


Soul Masters The Spinners at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Iconic American soul group The Spinners have been churning out classic tunes for more than 60 years. Along the way they've acquired 12 gold records, with hits on both the pop and R&B charts -- hits that include "The Rubberband Man," "Working My Way Back to You," "Then Came You," "Games People Play" and many more. Now, original member Henry Fambrough is joined onstage by four other talented singers and a soul-infused five-piece band to breathe new life into the soulful sounds of The Spinners. Whether these tunes harken back to a memorable time of your life or you're hearing them for the first time, you won't want to miss this concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: February 25

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


Art, Politics, Sex and Truth in "A Picasso"
at Promenade Playhouse, Santa Monica

In this cat-and-mouse dramatic thriller by Jeffrey Hatcher, three of Picasso's paintings have been stolen from their Jewish owners by Nazis. Considered to be the works of a degenerate (the artist's contempt for fascists and the German occupation of Paris was well-known), the Nazi Ministry of Propaganda assigns a shrewd interrogator with the task of tricking Picasso himself into confirming the paintings' authenticity in order that they might be destroyed. When Picasso finds out that the "exhibition" to which he's been invited is actually to be a burning, it will take all of his talent to prevent the destruction of his work.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, November 3, November 4, November 10, November 11

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"Champions of Magic" -- Five Master Illusionists
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

A quintet of world-class illusionists bring their brand of pure magic to the U.S. for the first time following four years touring the UK with sold-out shows, rave reviews and even a run in London's famed West End theater district. With more than 20 million online views between them, this cast of Britain's top magicians includes international award-winners, who'll awe and amaze with incredible mind reading, stunning close-up magic and daring large-scale illusions, including disappearances, levitation, teleportation and a heart-stopping finale, all presented with lighting and special effects to rival the biggest theatrical spectacles. Head to the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks to catch the show the "Sussex Newspaper" called, "Quite simply, mind blowing."

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $29 - $54  |  Our Price: $14.50 - $27


R&B Artist Sammie ("I Like It," "I'm Him")
at SOL Venue, Carson

Florida-based R&B singer Sammie was just 13 when he released his 2000 debut album "From the Bottom to the Top" and single "I Like It," both certified gold. After taking a break to finish high school, this talented artist released "Sammie", spawning hits like "Come With Me" and "You Should Be My Girl," and has since been busy recording, writing and producing. He had another bestseller with Soulja Boy Tell 'Em's "Kiss Me Thru the Phone," and his latest EP, 2016's "I'm Him", hit No. 5 on iTunes. See him live at SOL Venue in Carson.

Offer Dates: November 16

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Tour the Hollywood Hills By Electric Bike
at LA Fly Rides - Tour of Hollywood Sign, Los Angeles

The stunning vistas of the Hollywood Hills will be on full display during this Electric Bike Tour of the Hollywood sign. You'll (electric) bike up trails to reach Lake Hollywood Park, where you can take a selfie with one of LaLa Land's most visible landmarks. Keep riding and you'll see some 360 views of downtown Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. After that, you'll ride back down Mount Lee. Get a glimpse of L.A. that's much more scenic than your view stuck in traffic with this great biking tour. And electric bikes are easy to use -- they're assisted by a motor so you'll have no trouble cruising up steep trails.

Offer Dates: May 31

Full Price: $95  |  Our Price: $47.50


Berlin Featuring Terri Nunn ("Take My Breath Away," "The Metro")
at The Rose, Pasadena

New-Wave pop group Berlin was one of the top hitmakers of the 1980s, particularly after the iconic appearance of their hit song "Take My Breath Away" in the movie "Top Gun". Berlin's unforgettable melodies and cutting edge synth-pop sound earned them such hits as "No More Words," "Masquerade" and "The Metro." To this day, the band is led by its original sizzling vocalist Terri Nunn, who earned the No. 11 spot on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Women in Rock." See this classic '80s band when they play their hits at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: December 15

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Flappers Comedy Club's Yoo Hoo Room
at Flappers Comedy Club Burbank - Yoo Hoo Room, Burbank

There's always something funny going on at the Yoo Hoo Room, the second stage of Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank, right in the heart of the entertainment district. Pulling from Los Angeles and the Valley's vast talent pool, the intimate room features established veterans along with rising stars, showcased in a variety of stand-up and musical comedy performances, comic essay readings, magic and more. There's also a full-service restaurant on-site, offering everything from appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, salads and pizzas to hearty entrees and desserts. The bar is well-stocked as well, with specialty drinks galore available for purchase. Please see the full event description for a link to information on upcoming shows.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 18, October 20, October 20, October 21, October 21, October 22, October 25, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29

Full Price: $10 - $15  |  Our Price: COMP - $7.50


Happy Halloween House: A Fun Family Fall Show
at Agoura Hills Calabasas Community Center, Calabasas

Don't worry about this Halloween house because there's absolutely nothing haunted about it! Bring the little ones to this festive show, complete with your favorite witchy characters as you bubble, bubble, toil and trouble the night away at the Agoura Hills Calabasas Community Center. One of the most fun family events of the season, the Creative Arts Complex will make sure everyone is stomping their feet and dancing in their seat.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: COMP - $7.50


"Horror UnScripted": A Frightfully Fun Improv Play
at The Edye at The Broad Stage, Santa Monica

With "Horror UnScripted", Impro Theatre creaks open the door of unease and terror as they present completely improvised plays designed to make you squirm in your seat and keep you up at night. Inspired by the complex psychological horror movies of the 1970s, the Impro Main Company will create never before seen, unsettling stories that thrive off the fear and desperation that live inside us all. Madness, murder, ghosts, isolation, possession, and sickening dread are all on the menu. And since each show is based on audience suggestions, remember ... you brought this nightmare on yourselves.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $25


Javier Limón's "Flamenco Legends" Honors Paco de Lucía
at Valley Performing Arts Center - Great Hall, Northridge

Flamenco's romance and beauty come alive as the music of legendary artist Paco de Lucía is re-created by his original band and punctuated by the staccato footwork of a fiery dance soloist. Led by 10-time Latin Grammy Winner Javier Limón, this production at the Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge evokes the spirit of the man often called "Spain's greatest musical export."

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Taste Talks Food Festival Comes to L.A.
at Mack Sennett Studios, Los Angeles

Taste Talks is a national series of festivals celebrating the future of taste through symposia, awards, tastings, dinners and parties. We are thrilled to be returning to Mack Sennett Studios in Los Angeles for our second year this fall to bring together amazing chefs, restaurants and cultural figures with everyday food enthusiasts to engage in great conversation, awesome food and a one-of-a-kind experiences.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $49 - $79  |  Our Price: $24.50 - $39.50


Comedian Sinbad at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

Sinbad doesn't tell jokes so much as regale the crowd with hilarious stories about his childhood, parenthood and whatever else life throws at him. It's a style that has led him to be ranked by Comedy Central as one of the top 100 stand-up comedians of all time. As an actor, Sinbad has appeared in such hit films as "Houseguest" and "Jingle All the Way". He's won multiple NAACP Image Awards and had several hit HBO stand-up specials, and now you can catch him live at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Tour and Taste at Hollywood's Hot Restaurants and Famous Sights
at Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel, Hollywood

TOURific Escapes' four-hour, highly rated Hollywood Sites and Bites tour takes you on a guided walk from the old-school glamour of the iconic Roosevelt Hotel and Grauman's Chinese Theatre to fun new spots like the Hollywood & Highland complex, accompanied by a certified tour director. From there, an air-conditioned van transports you to see the Capitol Records building and the Hollywood sign, and to trendy areas like Melrose Avenue and the Sunset Strip, where you'll make several stops at some of Los Angeles' most talked-about restaurants for a variety of savory and sweet tastings.

Offer Dates: November 17

Full Price: $99  |  Our Price: $55


Halloween Costumed Multimedia Reading of "Sally Spectre"
at Theatre West, Hollywood

"Sally Spectre the Musical" is probably the only musical ever written about the ghost of a girl with a hatchet in her head. Come check it out at Theatre West when they do a costumed multimedia reading of it in Hollywood. The night doubles as a Halloween party too, where there'll be live music and a costume contest, plus "adult beverages" so be sure to show up in your finest.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


An Evening with Author Alice Hoffman ("Practical Magic")
at Ann and Jerry Moss Theater, Santa Monica

Author Alice Hoffman discusses her new book, "The Rules of Magic", the spellbinding prequel to "Practical Magic", at the Ann and Jerry Moss Theater in Santa Monica. Hoffman is the author of more than thirty works of fiction, including the Oprah's Book Club selection "Here on Earth". Thrilling and exquisite, real and fantastical, "The Rules of Magic" is a story about the power of love reminding us that the only remedy for being human is to be true to yourself.

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $14


Cover Bands Play Classic Songs in "Best of Rock Tributes"
at Katie Jakes Bar & Grill, Covina

The soundalike bands handpicked to play this series are some of the best in the biz when it comes to re-creating the real rock experience. From A to Z (Aerosmith to Zeppelin) and way beyond, you'll hear favorites from just about every era and marvel at how close these tribute groups come to nailing the look and sound of the originals, note-for-note and lick-for-lick. There's nothing like rocking out to your favorite classic hits played live, at Katie Jakes in Covina.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: COMP  |  Our Price: FREE


Educational Wine Experience With Barrel Tasting
at Urban Press Winery, Burbank

It takes a lot of training (and drunken nights) to become a sommelier -- Why not cover the basics in a mere 90 minutes? Urban Press Winery's connoisseur guides you through 10 different kinds of wine in this teaching-tasting experience, covering the essentials like the history and the process of wine making. You'll also get the low down on pairings, perhaps get some ideas for your own future business in wine! Top it off with a barrel tasting at this unique event in Burbank, which is usually exclusive to members only in regions like Napa and Sonoma.

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Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: n/a


"Motown the Musical": The Broadway Smash Hit
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

It began as one man's story -- then it became everyone's music -- and now it's a smash hit musical. "Motown the Musical" tells the true American dream story of Motown founder Berry Gordy's journey from featherweight boxer to the heavyweight music mogul who launched the careers of Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Smokey Robinson and many more. The timeless Motown sound shattered barriers, shaped lives and helped get everyone moving to the same beat. Experience the story behind the music in this smash hit featuring songs like "My Girl," "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "Stop! In the Name of Love," "Baby I Need Your Lovin'" and many more when it comes to the stage of the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks.

Offer Dates: January 11, January 12, January 13, January 13, January 14, January 14

Full Price: $50 - $85  |  Our Price: $50 - $85


Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra
at Zipper Concert Hall at the Colburn School, Los Angeles

Called "a shining feature in L.A.'s cultural landscape" ("L.A. Times") with "jaw-dropping virtuosity" ("LA Weekly"), the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra has been entertaining music lovers for 50 years. Mozart, Bach, Brahms, Beethoven, Stavinksy -- you can expect to hear works from all the greats when the orchestra takes the stage, all performed with fiery passion and meticulous attention to detail. Catch "America's finest chamber orchestra" ("Public Radio International") at Zipper COncert Hall at the Colburn School.

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $20


Zombie Town L.A.: A Laser Tag Haunted Maze
at Zombie Town L.A., Castaic

For all you "Walking Dead" fans, this haunted maze may be the perfect chance to live out all your zombie-fighting fantasies. Zombie Town Los Angeles is a live action battle that puts you at the head of the operation. You'll be armed with a state-of-the-art laser gun to cover 10 acres of land that'll be teeming with these heartless monsters. A fitting adrenaline rush, Zombie Town is the perfect Halloween festivity to pregame the trick-or-treat sugar high. Here, only head shots count -- and if you aren't careful you may get "infected."

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $59  |  Our Price: $29.50


Hollywood Food Crawl: A Mecca of Culinary Treasures
at Second City Tours - Hollywood, Hollywood

Los Angeles is arguably the best city in the world for food, and Hollywood proudly stands as an exhibit of such. Its rich history of Eastern, Western and Latino culture is equally rich in flavors, and each neighborhood is an ethnic haven of unique treats and eats. Indulge in the city's insanely diverse range of cuisines through a guided food tour of Hollywood. From authentic tacos to smoky wood-fired pizza, you'll get a sampling of some of the best treats there are to offer. This tour welcomes both families and empty bellies with open arms.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Which One's Pink? -- Pink Floyd Tribute Band
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Which One's Pink?, the Los Angeles-based band famed for playing the classic hits of Pink Floyd, has been performing together since 1997, and was named "Best Tribute Band" in "All Access" magazine's inaugural music awards. Experience all the songs you know and love from "The Dark Side of the Moon", "The Wall" and more, the way they were meant to be heard, in a note-for-note re-creation live on stage. Rock out to crowd favorites like "Money," "Time," "Breathe" and "Comfortably Numb" at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: March 24

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Crime Bus Tour of Weird West Adams Neighborhood
at Esotouric Crime Bus - 3rd Avenue, Los Angeles

Esotouric Bus Adventures hosts a four-hour luxury coach tour of Weird West Adams, the grand swath of the city near downtown that was once the Beverly Hills of the early 20th century. The tour's ultra-informative and well-researched guides will take you through one of L.A.'s most graciously dilapidated neighborhoods, with wild and wacky tales of the various historical goings-on as you soak up the sights. You'll be treated to detailed descriptions of some of the most fascinating forgotten and sordid tales from the past hundred years, and visit landmarks like Alvarado Terrace, the Rosedale Cemetery and the death scene of Motown's Marvin Gaye.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


"I Do! I Do!" -- A Musical About Marriage
at Camarillo Skyway Playhouse, Camarillo

A marriage is at the heart of "I Do! I Do!", an intimate and nostalgic work by Harvey Schmidt and Tom Jones ("The Fantasticks"). Written as a star vehicle for theatre legends Mary Martin and Robert Preston, the original Broadway production received seven Tony Award nominations. The show begins with Michael and Agnes on their wedding day. Their vows behind them, they look forward to spending the rest of their lives together. We watch as they go through their wedding night jitters, raise a family and negotiate midlife crises. Find out if the power of their love can weather all storms when this romantic musical lights up the stage of the Camarillo Skyway Playhouse.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Wilson Phillips in Concert
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

They couldn't have made a more perfect selection for the song to perform in the wedding reception scene in the hit film "Bridesmaids" than "Hold On" by one of the best-selling female groups of all time: Wilson Phillips. Now the Grammy nominees take the stage live at The Canyon in Agoura Hills to perform some of their timeless hits, as well as more current tunes and some incredible covers. Now it's your chance to make the perfect selection -- do you spend a night soaking up these fantastic songs at The Canyon or not? Take your time, we'll "Hold On"...

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


The House of Vibe All-Stars: Dynamic, Genre-Exploding Music at Harvelle's
at Harvelle's Santa Monica, Santa Monica

Spontaneous, experimental and wildly creative, the House of Vibe crew is a loose group of producers, vocalists, talented musicians and special guests who put on exciting performances sure to get you and your friends moving on the dance floor. House of Vibe's fluid live shows combine rock, jazz, hip-hop and R&B, all on the fly, so every performance is different. Expect electrifying experimentation, solid grooves and nothing short of musical excellence when the Vibe All-Stars kick off at Harvelle's Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


"Whose Line Is It Anyway?"-Style Improv Comedy for the Whole Family
at LA Connection Comedy Theatre, Burbank

Since 1977, L.A. Connection Comedy Theatre has been inspiring, training, developing and nurturing improvisational talent in performers of all ages. With a list of alumni that includes Will Ferrell, Matthew Perry and Chris Kattan, L.A. Connection has been the launchpad for some of the biggest names in comedy. Their long-running hit show "Improv Comedy for Kids by Teens" features a talented cast of young improvisers who create a show based on audience suggestions in the style of the hit series "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" Running for years at its Sherman Oaks location, this improv extravaganza at L.A. Connection Comedy Theatre in Burbank is an event the whole family can enjoy.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 27, October 28, November 4, November 10, November 11, November 18, November 24, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23, December 30, January 6, January 13, January 20, January 27

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $2.50


R&B/Soul Masters The Spinners at The Saban Theatre
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

American soul group The Spinners have been churning out classic tunes for more than 50 years. Along the way they've acquired 12 Gold Records, with hits on both the pop and R&B charts -- hits that include "The Rubberband Man," "Working My Way Back to You," "Then Came You," "Games People Play" and many more. Original member Henry Fambrough is joined onstage by lead singer Charlton Washington, Jessie Peck, Marvin Taylor and a soul-infused five-piece band. Whether these tunes harken back to a memorable time of your life or you're hearing them for the first time, this concert will bring out the soul lover in you.

Offer Dates: February 24

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


"Game of Thrones" Burlesque Lives Out Your Medieval Fantasies
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

It's hard to deny that "Game of Thrones" fans have never had hidden fantasies revolving around the Lannisters. Now you can see them come to life when Dirty Little Secrets Burlesque brings Daenerys, Arya Stark and Cersei to the stage for "A Storm of Striptease". They'll be lightening a bit of their load, and more importantly their medieval braids and gowns, to reveal secrets you never knew were underneath. It doesn't matter which side of the wall you're on, this strip tease will make you forget that winter is coming. Check out these kinky characters re-enact some "storytelling ... with boobs" at their home theater of Harvelle's in Long Beach.

Offer Dates: November 24, November 24

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Wild Child: The Doors Tribute That Amazed the Original Band
at The Rose, Pasadena

The Doors were a legendary live band, and Wild Child has more than 20 years of experience painstakingly reproducing the music, voice, look and on-stage energy of the original members, right down to their instruments. They've toured nationally, and their act has earned praise from The Doors' own Ray Manzarek (who called them "as close as you'll get to the real thing"). In fact, when Manzarek and John Densmore toured Europe, they brought Wild Child's Dave Brock along to re-create the magic and charisma of the late Jim Morrison. Now Wild Child is ready to rock The Rose with another spot-on concert.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Boogie Knights: Disco Revival Stars at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

The Boogie Knights, the world's top disco revival show, are back at The Canyon in Agoura Hills in all their bell bottom and polyester-wearing glory. Covering everyone from the Bee Gees to K.C. and the Sunshine Band to Heatwave, the Knights began their career as a Halloween joke in 1992, but have since performed live for more than two million people across America and beyond. Their live shows, complete with wacky choreography, have been seen on MTV and at several major sporting events.

Offer Dates: October 28, February 17, March 17

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $15 - $16


Refugees Search for Asylum: Long Beach Opera's "The Consul"
at Centinela Valley Center for the Arts, Lawndale

Riveting. Powerful. Relevant. Patricia Racette, one of the great singing actresses of our time, stars as Magda Sorel in politically charged refugee thriller "The Consul". Magda is pleading for a visa to save her persecuted family, but is confronted with a soul-destroying consular bureaucracy where "your name is a number," and "your story is a case." This suspenseful drama at Lawndale's Centinela Valley Center for the Arts holds your attention from beginning to end and won both the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Musical and the 1950 Pulitzer Prize for Music.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 22

Full Price: $65 - $150  |  Our Price: $32.50 - $75


"Groundlings of the Corn": New Sketches & Improv
at The Groundlings Theatre, Los Angeles

L.A.'s legendary Groundlings Theatre troupe presents its latest and greatest main stage show, "Groundlings of the Corn". It's an evening of sketches and some improvisation, always original and always hilarious.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


The English Beat Featuring Dave Wakeling
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Dave Wakeling, a rock icon as frontman for ska pioneers The Beat and General Public, brings an amazing all-star backing band to The Canyon Santa Clarita to play three-plus decades of hits from his chart-topping bands, along with some of his latest solo tunes. The Beat were one of the most successful bands of the early '80s, and had hits with "Mirror in the Bathroom," "Save It for Later," "I Confess," "Stand Down Margaret" and their cover of the Smoky Robinson classic "Tears of a Clown." It's sure to be a rock-steady night of hits both old and new with the electrifying King of Ska.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Quirky Romantic Comedy "With Love and a Major Organ"
at Boston Court Performing Arts Center-Mainstage, Pasadena

A young woman falls in love with a total stranger she meets on the subway. After giving the man her actual beating heart, he disappears--leading this unlikely heroine on a quest to retrieve her heart, accidentally cracking open those of others she meets along the way. Whimsical, quirky, and wildly original, the play pushes on the ever stranger phenomenon of physical human interaction in the age of technology. Why is it that we are ever more connected and yet we have never felt more alone? "With Love and a Major Organ" is an eccentric, edgy comedy about what it costs to give your heart away, and what happens when you discover you actually have one. See it at Boston Court Performing Arts Center.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $19.50


"The Toledo Show": Jazz-Fueled Spoken Word
at Harvelle's Santa Monica, Santa Monica

The "Los Angeles Times" called Toledo "the coolest cat working in Hollywood." A soul singer, jazz man, poet, dancer, choreographer and connoisseur of haberdashery, he also might just be of the most dramatic and entertaining performers you'll ever see. His vocal stylings have been compared to Tom Waits, Marvin Gaye, Sly Stone and Barry White, while his music has been described as "avant-jazz," "acid jazz," "gangsta jazz," "beat poetry," and "funked-up spoken word." Don't miss "The Toledo Show" at Harvelle's Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Halloween Prom Party at L.A. Biergarten
at The Los Angeles Biergarten, Los Angeles

This year's Halloween Prom Party rolls out the red carpet, hosting "A Night to Dismember" in Downtown L.A. Find your prom king or queen, or get scary like Carrie at this L.A. Biergarten bash filled with fellow costume-wearing party animals. There'll be Halloween-themed drink specials, more than 100 beers on tap, as well as DJ-spun tunes, performers and a photo booth.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $12


Friends Get an Unexpected Visitor in "Happy Hour"
at Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks

"Happy Hour" tells the story of casual conversation and its limits, whether it be among friends, lovers, strangers or servers. Our story follows a trio of millennial friends, two of whom are engaged and the third primed to be best man, as they attend a happy hour for drinks and snacks. Conversation carries on wryly amongst the three as well as the waitress that the best man finds attractive, that is, until an older woman appears, celebrating her birthday by herself and in search of friendship. Polite conversation begins to crumble as the woman forces her way into the trio with curious questions about them and their lives. Bring a friend and maybe make a new one when "Happy Hour: The Play" comes to Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Kenny Loggins ("This Is It, Footloose"): Soft Rock Legend on the Road
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

The guy who first gained fame as part of the duo Loggins and Messina, then became the two-time Grammy-winning "King of the Soundtrack," "then" wrote and released several successful children's albums, and now is a part of the current country trio Blue Sky Riders, returns to The Saban with hits from his dozen platinum albums. Among the soft rocker's instantly-recognizable songs are smash singles like "Footloose," "Danger Zone," "Celebrate Me Home," "I'm Alright," "This Is It," "Whenever I Call You 'Friend'," "For the First Time" and "Nobody's Fool."

Offer Dates: December 2

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Elvis + Shakespeare = "All Shook Up"
at Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, Simi Valley

Take the timeless songs of Elvis Presley, combine them with the plot of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night", add some hip-swiveling swagger and you're guaranteed to get "All Shook Up". This hit Broadway show centers on a '50s-era guitar-playing roustabout named Chad who rides into a small town and changes everything -- especially the life of a young girl with big dreams and a big crush. With a book by Tony Award-winner Joe DiPietro ("Memphis"), this musical comedy rocks and rolls along on hits like "Heartbreak Hotel," "Jailhouse Rock," "Don't Be Cruel," "It's Now or Never" and more at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $15


Magician Ivan Amodei's "Intimate Illusions"
at Beverly Wilshire Hotel, Beverly Hills

Master illusionist Ivan Amodei brings his acclaimed show "Intimate Illusions" to the Beverly Wilshire Hotel. With a talented concert cellist playing Vivaldi, Bach and Mozart, as well as custom scored music to perfectly accompany each illusion, this intimate, 90-minute performance cleverly combines world-class sleight-of-hand, fantastic storytelling and audience participation with razor-sharp wit and an entertaining theatrical twist. You'll witness Amodei manipulating time, discovering a spectator's destiny and even controlling a random audience member's fate -- might it be you? The "Los Angeles Times" named "Intimate Illusions" a Top Pick, and "BroadwayWorld" called it "Spectacular!" Amodei himself has won six People's Choice Awards for Best Entertainer.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 17, November 17, November 18, November 18, December 9, December 9

Full Price: $65 - $75  |  Our Price: $36 - $55


Haunting Memories in "afterlife: a ghost story"
at Avery Schreiber Playhouse, North Hollywood

As rich in imagery as it is unsettling in tone, "afterlife: a ghost story" at The Avery Schreiber Playhouse in North Hollywood explores the fragility of the human psyche and the lingering effects of great loss. An impending storm forces couple Connor and Danielle to return to their beachfront home for the first time since the loss of their son. They attempt to secure their house while trying to pick up the pieces of their fractured lives. They are welcomed by dead fishes littering the shore, enormous black birds that appear to be waiting and watching and a familiar voice whispering from the waves, calling to them. When the storm hits sooner than expected, they are thrust into another dimension, where they confront their tragedy and learn how to cope with the pain of remembering.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


LA Phil Plays "Symphonie fantastique"
at Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles

Berlioz penned his epic "Symphonie fantastique" as a self-portrait of the composer's obsession for a beautiful woman -- one that drove him to explore the sinister side of his imagination. After the work's second premiere, the object of Berlioz's affection realized that the work was about her and agreed to marry him. Also on the program for this concert is Francesconi's hallucinogenic concerto "Duende - The Dark Notes". Both modern and sonically beautiful, it's a perfect program partner for Berlioz' drug-induced dream/nightmare from 185 years earlier. Sought-after Finnish conductor Susanna Mälkki leads the Los Angeles Philharmonic and violinist Leila Josefowicz for this concert at Walt Disney Concert Hall in L.A.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $68  |  Our Price: $48


Bobbie Burlesque's Themed Striptease Shows
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Looking for the best burlesque in Los Angeles? "Bobbie Burlesque Presents" is an always-entertaining show featuring sexy striptease artists, circus feats and more. The ever-changing mix of male and female headliners, variety acts and acrobatic aerialists is designed to provide a different, yet equally stimulating, entertainment experience each time out. A legend on the local scene, boylesque star Bobbie Burlesque has been producing cutting-edge cabaret shows for more than a decade, and was chosen as one of the area's best purveyors of the form by "TimeOut" Los Angeles. Now he's bringing the party to Harvelle's Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 21, November 18, November 18, December 1, December 1, December 16, December 16

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


Oingo Boingo Dance Party ("Weird Science")
at Libbey Bowl, Ojai

With hits like "Dead Man's Party," "Just Another Day" and "Weird Science," Oingo Boingo was one of the most rollicking bands of the '80s. Now you can hear their songs played live by some of the Southern California band's original members. Oingo Boingo Dance Party features Sam "Sluggo" Phipps on saxophone, Carl Graves on keyboards and backing vocals, and Doug Legacy on keyboards. Joining them are some outstanding musicians, including Chris Paul Overall on lead vocals and Mike the Spike on rhythm guitar/vocals. Catch all your favorite Boingo hits and at this special dance party at the Libbey Bowl in Ojai.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


The Kingston Trio ("Tom Dooley," "Sloop John B")
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

There are long-running bands ... and then there's the Kingston Trio. A pop-folk phenomenon since 1957, the Kingston Trio hit the top of the charts with 1958's "Tom Dooley," which went on to earn a Grammy at the awards' inaugural ceremony in 1959. Since then, the group's hit singles have included "Sloop John B," "They Call the Wind Maria," "M.T.A." and "Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" What makes their music stand out is their use of acoustic guitars, banjos and three-part harmony. The Kingston Trio has now embarked on a brand-new, exciting fall tour, and they're bringing it to the Fred Kavli Theatre at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. Josh Reynolds, son of founding member Nick Reynolds, and Nick's cousin, Mike Marvin, join Tim Gorelangton in this latest iteration of The Kingston Trio. Opening the concert for them is John Sebastian, who, with his group The Lovin' Spoonful, played a major role in the mid-'60s rock revolution with such hits as "Do You Believe in Magic," "Daydream," "Summer in the City," and "Six O-Clock."

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $38 - $58  |  Our Price: $20 - $32


"Hello Stranger" Uncovers Dark Secrets
at Theatre of Note, Los Angeles

In "Hello Stranger", a man has mixed feelings about returning to his hometown in the Inland Empire for his 30 year high school reunion. But after encounters with mysterious persons among the familiar locations of his childhood, he finds himself drawn to stay. Against the backdrop of the Day of the Dead Festival, he sets forth on a journey through his past, dreams and memories, uncovering dark secrets about the town and his deceased mother. Explore the world of "Hello Stranger" at Theatre of Note in Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 2, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Actor and Pop Singer Drake Bell at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

While he's best known for starring in Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh" and "The Amanda Show", Drake Bell enjoys an alternate career as a successful singer-songwriter. With a style ranging from rockabilly to pop, the Teen Choice Award winner has released several charting albums, including "Ready Steady Go!", which featured the singles "Bitchcraft" and "I Won't Stand In Your Way," both of which featured guitar hero Brian Setzer. The album also contained covers of songs by Queen, Billy Joel and The Kinks. Bell recently released the EP "Honest", and now he comes to The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Violinist Aubree Oliverson with Colburn Orchestra
at Ambassador Auditorium, Pasadena

The Colburn Orchestra returns to Pasadena's Ambassador Auditorium for a program sampling greats across eras of classical music. Mozart's beloved and playful overture to "The Marriage of Figaro" opens the concert. Then, young violin virtuoso Aubree Oliverson performs Dvorak's rich and colorful Violin Concerto. Finally, John Adams' "Harmonielehre", a study in harmony originally manifested in the composer's dreams, closes out this exciting concert.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $13 - $27  |  Our Price: $6.50 - $13.50


"The Second Coming of Klaus Kinski"
at The Blank's Second Stage Theatre, Los Angeles

Known as much for his volcanic temper as for his work in film and on stage, the phrase "difficult actor" could well've been coined for Klaus Kinski, the German star most famed for his mercurial, multi-film collaboration with director Werner Herzog ("Aguirre, the Wrath of God, Nosferatu"). Kinski died in 1991, but writer-performer Andrew Perez (David Miscavige in "My Scientology Movie") brings him back to life in this 2017 Hollywood Fringe Festival Encore Award-winner to complete the actor's magnum opus, a one-man show about Jesus Christ, which was driven off stage by outraged theater-goers. In addition to the performance of "The Second Coming of Klaus Kinski", the Blank's Second Stage Theater will host an exhibit featuring relics, curios, film installations, live conversations and more about the actor.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 27, October 28, November 3

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $5 - $12.50


17th Annual Valley Film Festival
at Laemmle's NoHo 7, North Hollywood

Just north of Hollywood, the San Fernando Valley has more than its share of studios and stars -- not to mention undiscovered talent, which makes it the perfect place for an independent film fest that recognizes and salutes both established and up-and-coming moviemakers. The Valley Film Festival, now in its 17th year, shines a spotlight on everything from shorts to features, narrative to documentary, local domestic to international and raucous comedy to serious drama with more than 80 entries -- many of which were made in the 818. The opening-night feature at Laemmle's NoHo 7 is the drama "The Father and the Bear", which follows the story of a character actor with dementia given one last role by a director unaware of his condition. Also on tap is the film noir-inspired detective story "Trouble is My Business", a dark tale of love, betrayal and dangerous curves.

Offer Dates: October 25, October 26, October 26, October 26, October 26, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 28, October 29, October 29, October 29, October 29

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP - $6


Jazz-Pop Giants Manhattan Transfer Live in Concert
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

The 10-time Grammy Award-winning jazz quartet Manhattan Transfer showcases their stunning harmonies and gets the joint jumping with huge hit favorites like "The Boy From New York City," "Spice of Life," "Operator," "Route 66," "Chanson D'Amour" and more. Members Janis Siegel (alto), Alan Paul (tenor), Cheryl Bentyne (soprano), and newcomer Trist Curless (bass) who replaced founder Tim Hauser following his death in 2014, are backed by a crack band led by their longtime music director, pianist Yaron Gershovsky. With 2017 marking 45 years of creating a sound that blends pop, jazz, R&B, rock and roll, swing, symphonic and a cappella music, Manhattan Transfer, according to the "Philadelphia Inquirer", "still can sound dangerous." Live life on the dangerous side by seeing them live in concert at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: March 9

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Grammy-Winning Singer Rickie Lee Jones
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

With the vulnerable bravado of the beat generation and a love of '40s jazz, Rickie Lee Jones was often called "the female Tom Waits." But over the course of her three-decade career, the prodigious talent has set herself apart as a singer-songwriter with style all her own. As an eclectic roots singer, Jones became known for such diverse songs as the jazz-inflected "Chuck E.'s in Love," the jive-talkin' commercial hit "Woody and Dutch ..." and her early '90s college radio jam, "Satellites." Her latest album, "The Other Side of Desire", is inspired by her move to New Orleans and includes haunting new works tinged with the sounds of Cajun and Zydeco. Hear this songstress belt out new and old favorites during "An Intimate Evening With Rickie Lee Jones" at The Canyon in Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Everyone's a Suspect at "The Dinner Detective" Interactive Murder Mystery Show
at Holiday Inn Burbank Media Center, Burbank

Now entertaining amateur sleuths across the country, "The Dinner Detective" makes its way to the Holiday Inn Burbank Media Center to serve up a tasty whodunit along with a four-course dinner. And since this comedic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll have no way of knowing whether someone at your table is just another guest or one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect -- including you. The event starts out with a reception featuring tray-passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, an entree and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. The top sleuth even wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 4, November 18

Full Price: $92  |  Our Price: $59


Escape Room / Murder Mystery Mash-Up: Dinner & a Show
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

The Canyon Santa Clarita turns it up to 11 with "Escape: A Rock & Roll Murder Mystery", an inventive mash-up of interactive dinner theater and an escape-room challenge. The scene of the crime is a bar called Killer Shots, where four rock stars are competing for a high-powered record deal -- until one of them is murdered and the club is locked down tight. It's up to you and your fellow music fans to finger the killer and then crack the code to score your release. And since it's almost impossible to solve mysteries on an empty stomach, you'll also be treated to a full dinner, including an appetizer, salad, choice of entree (chicken, beef, fish, lasagna, or vegetable lasagna) and dessert, plus coffee, iced tea or water.

Offer Dates: December 7

Full Price: $69  |  Our Price: $38


The Monkees' Micky Dolenz ("I'm a Believer") & Felix Cavaliere of The Rascals
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Micky Dolenz shot to fame as the lead singer on some of The Monkees' biggest hits, including "Last Train to Clarksville," "I'm a Believer" and "Pleasant Valley Sunday." The group began their careers in the '60s, starring as an imaginary band struggling to make it on their eponymous TV show. Happily for the four actors who played The Monkees, they had no difficulty achieving pop superstardom themselves. Dolenz has since performed in musicals on Broadway and London's West End, and toured the world as a solo artist. Now you can hear some of The Monkees' greatest hits, along with selections from musical roles he's played, when Dolenz hits the stage at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. Also on the bill is Felix Cavaliere. A founding member of the Rascals, he's also a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriter Hall of Fame, the Vocal Group Hall of Fame and the Grammy Hall of Fame. The Rascals' topped the charts with memorable hits including "Good Lovin'," "Groovin'," "How Can I Be Sure," "A Beautiful Morning" and "People Gotta Be Free."

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Passions Run High in "Wild Honey"
at USC Bing Theatre, Los Angeles

In "Wild Honey", a village schoolmaster has it all: wit, intelligence, a comfortable and respectable life in provincial Russia, and even the attention of four beautiful women (including his wife). Michael Frayn's comedy of errors, drawn from Chekhov's untitled and posthumously discovered early play, is a glimpse into 19th-century life replete with tempestuous passions among the idle in rural Russia. Enjoy this production from the University of Southern California's School of Dramatic Arts.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


"Live Rude Girls": All-Female Comedy Show Skewers Sexism
at Second City Studio Theatre, Los Angeles

"Live Rude Girls" is an all-female comedy revue that carefully considers the question of whether women can be funny ... and then takes the paper that the question was written on, tears it up, pours gasoline all over it and uses it to start a dumpster fire protesting the patriarchy. The cast of comedians fearlessly tackles topics like body shaming, street harassment and more in this no-holds-barred satirical take on the female experience. If you've ever been called "shrill" or told you'd be "prettier if you smiled," this weekly Second City Studio Theatre showcase is for you.

Offer Dates: October 27, November 3, November 10, November 17, December 1, December 8, December 15

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


"Dark Heart of Poe" Brings Poet to Life
at Playhouse 101, Agoura Hills

Taking the stage at Playhouse 101 in Agoura this Halloween, this two-man show from Lit Live Theater Company thrills and chills with great works and personal letters by the incredibly gifted, but tortured writer, Edgar Allan Poe. There's a special midnight gala on Friday, October 27th, featuring local artists with gothic paintings, drawings, music, poetry and a midnight cider toast.

Offer Dates: October 26, October 27, October 28, October 28

Full Price: $20 - $25  |  Our Price: $10 - $12.50


U2 Wait for Pizza in Wild "Waiting for Godot" Spoof
at Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks

U2 frontman Bono orders a pizza delivery in a desperate attempt to find what he's looking for: a link to his working class roots. That's the set-up for this trippy, award-winning parody of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot". The Irish icon waits in his castle (presumably located where the streets have no name), wracked with guilt over his own success and longing to discuss "real life" with the delivery person. But bandmate The Edge wants no part of his socio-spiritual experiment and rejects any criticisms of his hard-earned rock star life. This surprisingly deep comedy skewers celebrity culture, blind faith and pretentious theater while searching for the meaning of art in a hyper-capitalist society. Watch rockers wax faux-philosophical when fringe fest favorite "Bono and The Edge Waiting for Godomino's" comes to the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


"Kinky Boots": Cyndi Lauper-Scored Musical
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

Pop icon Cyndi Lauper made history as the first solo woman ever to receive the Tony for Best Score thanks to her contributions to Broadway's high-heeled hit, "Kinky Boots". The winner of six Tony Awards, including Best Musical, "Kinky Boots" tells the story (based on actual events) of Charlie Price, who has inherited his father's nearly bankrupt shoe factory. Trying to live up to his father's legacy and save his family business, Charlie finds inspiration in the form of Lola, a fabulous entertainer in need of some sturdy stilettos. As they work to turn the factory around, this unlikely pair finds that they have more in common than they ever dreamed possible. Snag your tickets now and get ready to hot-step your way over to this red-hot musical smash at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza's Fred Kavli Theatre.

Offer Dates: February 22, February 23, February 24, February 24, February 25, February 25

Full Price: $50 - $85  |  Our Price: $50 - $85


Halloween Party With Rolling Stones Tribute
at The Rose, Pasadena

Celebrate this Halloween weekend with the next best thing to seeing Mick, Keith and the boys in person when tribute band The Ultimate Stone brings this party to the stage of The Rose in Pasadena. The Ultimate Stones' tribute concert presents the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers as they are now and pulls from the entirety of their massive back catalog of fan favorites and classic rock hits. From "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "Gimme Shelter" to "Wild Horses," "You Got Me Rocking," "Miss You" and more, The Ultimate Stones' setlist puts the original band's best cuts live onstage in an intimate, electric environment at this special Halloween party.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Pink Floyd Tribute Which One's Pink? at The Canyon Santa Clarita
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Which One's Pink?, the L.A.-based band famed for playing the classic hits of Pink Floyd, were named "Best Tribute Band" in "All Access"'s first annual music awards. Which One's Pink? lets you experience all the songs you know and love from Pink Floyd's biggest albums like "The Dark Side of the Moon" and "The Wall" the way they were meant to be heard: live on stage in a note-for-note recreation that's the next best thing to hopping aboard a time machine and catching Floyd in their prime. Rock out to crowd favorites like "Money," "Us and Them," "Another Brick in the Wall" and "The Great Gig in the Sky" in this sure-to-be-epic concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 2

Full Price: $29.50  |  Our Price: $18


Improv Legends The Groundlings: "The Completely Different Late Show"
at The Groundlings Theatre, Los Angeles

"The Completely Different Late Show" is a wild improv explosion by the cast of the Groundlings' Main Company. Audience suggestions are taken throughout the night for improvised scenes to be performed by the best in the business. It's also a testing ground for brand new material that could be headed -- based on your response -- for the Groundlings' main show. Famous Groundlings alumni include Will Ferrell, Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Jon Lovitz, Phil Hartman, Lisa Kudrow and Paul Reubens, who created his Pee-Wee Herman character there. Every week, it's an all-new comedy experience at this L.A. institution.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


"Sips of Old Hollywood" -- Sip Drinks, See the Sights
at Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame via Los Angeles Urban Adventures, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Urban Adventures takes you on a trip back in time, as you follow the legendary Walk of Fame and stop in at some of the most famous restaurant-lounges in town for a literal taste of Old Hollywood. Admire the gorgeous Art Deco architecture and interiors as you sample the famous drinks favored by the greats of the Golden Age and sample a favorite local street food. Your entertaining guides will share the history of these hotspots, many of which played host to Charlie Chaplin, Marilyn Monroe and other celebrities, and they'll also help you keep an eye out for film openings and current stars. You never know when you'll find yourself walking right across a red carpet. This three-hour walking tour begins in front of the Hollywood & Highland complex on one of the most iconic corners in L.A., and winds up at the elegant and historic Roosevelt Hotel on the boulevard itself.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21

Full Price: $79  |  Our Price: $47.40


U.K. Singer Rumer Honors Bacharach & David
at Catalina Bar and Grill, Hollywood

British singer-songwriter Rumer celebrates the West Coast debut of her new album "This Girl's in Love: A Bacharach & David Songbook" at Catalina Jazz Club, in the heart of Hollywood. At this intimate concert experience, the award-winning songstress will pay tribute to the timeless catalogue of Burt Bacharach and Hal David while also performing audience favorites from her previous albums.

Offer Dates: October 25, October 26

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $14 - $19.50


Live Soul Music & Brunch Buffet
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Start feeling #blessed as Soulful Sunday Brunch serves up your favorite morning bites with a side of inspirational gospel music. Held every Sunday morning, this uplifting show will raise your spirits as seasoned musicians, plus a soul-stirring gospel choir, perform live Motown-style music. You might also be inspired by the buffet brunch included with your ticket, which features a mouthwatering menu that's sure to please any palate. Get ready to sing your praises and enjoy some divine food at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26, December 3, December 10, December 17, December 24, December 31

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $34


"A Chorus Line": The Singular Musical Sensation
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

Experience the joys, struggles and heartbreaks of an ensemble's worth of showbiz hopefuls as they audition for a Broadway play in Marvin Hamlisch's blockbuster backstage musical "A Chorus Line". This always-entertaining, Pulitzer Prize-winning classic boasts pop songs that have become a true part the American songbook, like "The Music and the Mirror," "One (Singular Sensation)," "I Can Do That" and "What I Did for Love." Get your tickets now for this beloved classic at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza's Fred Kavli Theatre.

Offer Dates: March 22, March 23, March 24, March 24, March 25, March 25

Full Price: $35 - $70  |  Our Price: $35 - $70


"El Automóvil Gris" With Live Score by Troker
at Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles

Watch 1919 Mexican silent film "El Automóvil Gris (The Grey Automobile)" and be mesmerized by a live accompanying performance from the world-renowned Mexican band Troker. This classic tale of cops and robbers is considered one of the most important cinematic works in silent film history. It'll come to live with an innovative fusion of jazz, funk, prog rock, DJ scratching and traditional mariachi.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: COMP - $12.50


'90s Alt-Rockers Gin Blossoms ("Hey Jealousy")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Gin Blossoms became one of the 1990s' most popular bands with the release of 1992's "New Miserable Experience". The album, which sold more than four million copies, contained the hits "Hey Jealousy," "Found Out About You," "Allison Road" and "Until I Fall Away." The Arizona natives returned four years later with "Congratulations I'm Sorry", which also went platinum, spawning two "Billboard" Top 20 hits in "Follow You Down" and "Til I Hear It From You." The band broke up in 1997, but reunited five years later, and have been together ever since. Catch their powerful alternative rock act when they hit the stage at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 17

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Kyle Riabko Covers Richard Rogers Standards
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

Richard Rogers is the acclaimed songwriter who first made that list of "My Favorite Things," taught us that "The Lady is a Tramp" and introduced the idea that "Oklahoma" is where the wind comes sweepin' down the plain. To celebrate the wide-ranging influence of the EGOT-winning composer, singer and guitarist Kyle Riabko -- whose previous tribute to Burt Bacharach was hailed as "truly unique" by the singer himself -- is taking to the stage with his band at the Annenberg Center for the Arts in Los Angeles. "Rogers Reimagined" is an enchanted evening of pop/rock covers of just a few of the over 900 songs Rogers wrote in his prolific career.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 11

Full Price: $55 - $75  |  Our Price: $29 - $39


Silicon Beach Networking Mixer: Meet & Mingle With Tech Leaders
at Wurstküche, Venice

Home to more than 500 tech startups -- including major successes like Dollar Shave Club, Snap Inc. and TrueCar -- Venice and other nearby neighborhoods have quickly become known as Silicon Beach. And whether you're already a part of this thriving community or just want to put your toe in the sand, you'll enjoy attending this fun and relaxed get-together at Venice's famed Wurstküche Bar and Restaurant, which specializes in German beers and sausages. A variety of startup pros are set to be on hand for this networking event, including notable female entrepreneurs, so take a break from your cube to meet and mingle.

Offer Dates: October 25, November 8, November 29, December 13

Full Price: $10 - $30  |  Our Price: $5 - $15


Santa Clarita Oktoberfest: German Beer, Food and Music
at Spiegeltent @ Mann BioMed Park, Valencia,

Celebrate Oktoberfest this year at the Santa Clarita Valley's tribute to the original festival in Munich, Germany. You'll enjoy a variety of German and German-style beers, along with authentic food, music and games. The party will be held in the Crystal Palace Flemish Spiegeltent, adding to the authentic ambiance. The original festival in Bavaria lasts for 16 days and attracts more than six million visitors each year. While the Santa Clarita Oktoberfest can't quite match those numbers, each general admission ticket does include your first beer.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $22.50


'70s Stars Ambrosia ("How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me") at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

While you're probably familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also straddle the progressive and experimental genres. Originally labeled as America's answer to English acts like Yes and King Crimson, Ambrosia is as comfortable with ballads as with hard-driving rock 'n' roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "Holdin' On to Yesterday," "Nice, Nice, Very Nice," "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me," "You're the Only Woman" and a cover of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour." See them live in concert at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Tower of Power -- Funk Legends Live at The Canyon
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

For more than four decades, Oakland natives Tower of Power have been entertaining audiences with their unique brand of funky, brass-heavy soul and R&B. The legendary 10-piece outfit is best known for a string of soulful radio hits in the 1970s, including "You're Still a Young Man," "So Very Hard to Go," "What is Hip?" and "Don't Change Horses (in the Middle of a Stream)." Founded in 1968 and still going strong, you can see them in concert when they headline at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 15

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


"UnCabaret": The Alt-Comedy Show That Started It All
at Au Lac, Los Angeles

"UnCabaret", the long-running alternative comedy night that helped launch the careers of Margaret Cho, Janeane Garofalo and Patton Oswalt among many others, continues to bring the funny to vegan restaurant Au Lac in downtown Los Angeles. Named one of "Los Angeles Magazine"'s "5 Best Comedy Shows in L.A.," "UnCabaret"'s shows feature rising stars along with established comedians who dive headfirst into a hot bed of personal storytelling, stand-up and music. Longtime musical director Mitch Kaplan and the show's founder, Beth Lapides, preside over this evening of cutting-edge comedy and music that's "Un"-like anything else in town.

Offer Dates: November 5, November 12, November 19

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


"Shopkins Live!" Lights Up the Stage
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

"Shopkins Live!" lights up the stage in this premiere live production packed with show-stopping performances featuring the Shoppies. Join Jessicake, Bubbleisha, Peppa-Mint, Rainbow Kate, Cocolette and Polli Polish as they perform the coolest dance moves, sing the latest pop songs, and show off the trendiest fashions. All of Shopville is in a tizzy as preparations get underway for the annual "Funtastic Food and Fashion Fair." Shady Diva showcases her latest fashion designs; Lippy Lips gives colorful advice at the nail salon; Kooky Cookie tries to get in a beauty nap! But wait! No event is complete without a few hiccups! Who has high-jinxed the fashion pageant? Where is the super-secret celebrity guest? Will Slick Breadstick ever find a dance partner? The Shopkins and Shoppies need your help -- the show must go on! Featuring innovative set design, creative costuming and state of the art projections, this is one family theatrical event at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza you don't want to miss!

Offer Dates: November 16

Full Price: $39.40 - $50.70  |  Our Price: $27.50 - $36.50


The Monkees' Micky Dolenz ("I'm a Believer") Live at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Micky Dolenz shot to fame as the lead singer on some of The Monkees' biggest hits, including "Last Train to Clarksville," "I'm a Believer" and "Pleasant Valley Sunday." The group began their careers in the '60s, starring as an imaginary band struggling to make it on their eponymous TV show. Happily for the four actors who played The Monkees, they had no difficulty achieving pop superstardom themselves. Dolenz has since performed in musicals on Broadway and London's West End, and toured the world as a solo artist. Now you can hear some of The Monkees' greatest hits, along with selections from musical roles he's played, when Dolenz hits the stage at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


DIY Handmade Soaps & Bath Fizzies
at Hacienda Heights Community Center, Hacienda Heights

Learn to make your own skin care products, from melt-and-pour soaps to bath bombs. This 75-minute DIY crafting class will cover the benefits of different essential oils and guide you through choosing the perfect scent to add to your soaps. You can also discover skin care tips at this Hacienda Heights Community Center class. Bring a glass measuring cup and get ready for some foamy fun.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $24  |  Our Price: $14.40


Dixon & Stein: The Music of "Stranger Things"
at The Theatre at Ace Hotel, Los Angeles

Hot off an Emmy win for their "Stranger Things" theme song, Kyle Dixon and Michael Stein, half of the Austin synthwave band Survive, crank it up to Eleven and go live at The Theatre at Ace Hotel in DTLA. The duo found themselves in the Upside Down after show creators The Duffer Brothers used their tune "Dirge" for the sizzle reel, then hired them to score the series. The Grammy-nominated result takes classic synths and turns them into thoroughly modern sounds, perfectly capturing the show's '80s vibe and helping to turn it into a pop-culture phenom. No word on whether Eggos will be available at the concession stand, though that would be awesome.

Offer Dates: November 8

Full Price: $30 - $42  |  Our Price: $30 - $42


"Carney Magic" Combines Illusions & Comedy Before Your Very Eyes
at GTC Burbank, Burbank

Pinballing between comedic riffs and lightning-quick sleight of hand, magician John Carney will leave you laughing and wondering, 'How'd he "do" that!?" Carney's popular act has won more awards from Hollywood's Magic Castle than anyone in its history, and now he's ready to bring his hilarious audience participation segments and multiple character switch-ups back to the GTC Burbank stage following a sold-out run in January. You won't see any big boxes, tigers, dancing girls or lasers in "Carney Magic" -- just a quirky, likable guy, cracking-wise and showing off the magical comedy chops that earned him oohs and ahhs on "Late Show with David Letterman".

Offer Dates: October 21, October 22, October 28, October 29, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Wilson Phillips in Concert: Top-Selling Female Group
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

You probably saw them performing in the wedding reception scene in the hit film "Bridesmaids". Now four-time Grammy Award nominees Wilson Phillips take the stage live to perform songs from their latest release, "Dedicated", which features covers of songs made famous by The Beach Boys and The Mamas & the Papas. The best-selling female group of all time, Wilson Phillips is an award-winning trio also known for being the offspring of prominent musicians. Carnie Wilson and Wendy Wilson are the daughters of Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys, and Chynna Phillips' parents are John Phillips and Michelle Phillips of The Mamas & the Papas.

Offer Dates: January 19

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Robert Cray: Five-Time Grammy-Winning Guitarist at the Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

One of the greatest guitarists of our time, Robert Cray has utilized his razor-sharp guitar playing, soulful vocals and super-tight band to build an impressive 40-year career. With five Grammy awards under his belt, a spot in the Blues Hall of Fame and thousands of sold-out shows in the history books, Cray continues to tour with the trademark sound that's seen him write or perform with everyone from Eric Clapton and John Lee Hooker to Bonnie Raitt and Stevie Ray Vaughan. With an arsenal of hits that includes "Smoking Gun" and "I Can't Fail," a Robert Cray show is a nonstop showcase of blues/rock jams. See Cray and his smoking band live at the Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $29


Interactive Show Ponders "A Case of Deportation"
at The Broad Stage, Santa Monica

This participatory theater program examines the conflicting mandates of contemporary immigration policy and the precepts of constitutional freedoms. Part of the "Trial by Jury" series, the event features a short film dramatizing a deportation trial, followed by a live audience debate about the case and its underlying issues. Should cherished rights and liberties be extended to non-citizens residing in the United States, and if so, do those rights supersede the ideological imperatives of political power? Ultimately, you, the audience vote to affirm or renounce existing immigration policy. Weigh in when "A Case of Deportation" comes to the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: October 23

Full Price: $25 - $55  |  Our Price: $15 - $30


The Eagles' Timothy B. Schmit
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Timothy B. Schmit's career goes back to the 1960s, when, as just a teenager, he first hit the musical charts. Soon after, the young singer and bass player joined Poco, where he helped form the band's trailblazing fusions of country, rock and folk. He later became a member of the legendary Eagles, and would play with them on and off for decades. At the same time, Schmit also collaborated with numerous top artists, among them Steely Dan, Ringo Starr, Jimmy Buffet and Crosby Stills and Nash. He just released a new solo record, "Leap of Faith", and now you can see him in concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 26

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


The Blind Lemon Peel Blues All-Stars
at Harvelle's Santa Monica, Santa Monica

Frontman Screamin' Dave teams up with his partners in crime, The Blind Lemon Peel All-Stars, at Harvelle's Santa Monica. The L.A.-based blues band features local legends, Ray Brundidge, Lucky Lloyd, Craig Kimbrough and D.J. Ison. They'll wail through a set of traditional blues, high-octane originals and some quirky riffs thrown in between.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


Hollyweird Walking Ghost Tours Visits Celebrity Haunts
at Manor on Vine, Los Angeles

What makes Hollywood so weird? Is it the culture, the people or something supernatural? Honestly, it's everything, which makes this neighborhood so wonderfully kooky and endearing. Grab your cameras, ghost gear and otherworldly curiosity for a walking tour packed with haunted locations and scary stories in La La Land. Step into the shoes of the fallen stars of Hollywood and peer into the grisly fates that fame and fortune had in store for them. In between sights, you'll take a break at a haunted bar to make the rest of the journey extra enjoyable. Meet at the Manor on Vine for a stroll through Hollywood with the ghost hosts with the most.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 26, October 27, October 28

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"Drink, Paint, Create": Relax & Make Art on the Patio
at Geezers Public House, Woodland Hills

Unleash your inner Picasso and drink a good Pinot Noir while you're at it. Winey Art has teamed up with Geezer's Public House in Woodland Hills to bring folks together to Drink, Paint & Create for a memorable evening. Step up to an easel and discover your hidden talents while sipping on craft beers and wine. You don't have to be a gifted painter to relish the calm and therapeutic act of producing unique art. If you get hungry in the midst of a creative spark, you can also purchase sausage arancini or a gigantic shrimp po'boy or burger. Art nights are a fun spin to a date night, girls' or boys' night out or just a simple way to chill out and get creative. With all painting materials and instruction provided, Winey Art makes it easy to get down with your artistic self.

Offer Dates: October 24, October 31, November 7, November 14, November 21, November 28

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Spazmatics & Boogie Knights: Throwback Thursdays
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

The bitch'n-est cover bands in the country take over Throwback Thursdays, a totally tubular celebration of '70s, '80s and '90s pop. It all kicks off with everyone's favorite pocket-protected '80s cover nerds, The Spazmatics. Then grunge-loving group The BlockBusters are kind and rewind to '90s-era slacker rock like Nirvana and Green Day, followed by the new wave Devo-tees known as the M-80s. And it's all topped off by the "greatest disco revival show in the world," otherwise known as Boogie Knights. Just imagine -- by the time this series gets to the Bee Gees, you'll most likely have experienced The Cure, gone to Nirvana and still be "Hungry Like the Wolf" for more at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 30, December 7, December 14, December 21, December 28, January 11, January 18, January 25

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: COMP - $15


iLe (Calle 13) With Special Guest Gaby Moreno
at Valley Performing Arts Center - Great Hall, Northridge

Ileana Joglar was so young when she joined her older brothers' band, Calle 13, she was instantly saddled with the tongue-in-cheek nickname of PG-13. Now, after touring the world and winning multiple Grammys with the hugely popular band, she's struck out on her, debuting last year with the cheekily titled "iLevitable", a "meticulously crafted album of boleros and mid-tempo, folk-inspired songs that showcase her gorgeously old-school singing" (NPR) that -- surprise, surprise -- won her a Grammy for Best Latin Rock Album earlier this year. Now iLe is bringing her "canciones" to the Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge, where she'll be joined by special guest Gaby Moreno, an award-winning singer-songwriter in her own right who cowrote "Parks and Recreation"'s peppy theme song.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $32  |  Our Price: $20


Studio Movie Grill Serves Up Big Laughs on Comedy Night
at Studio Movie Grill - Simi Valley, Simi Valley

Comedian Jason Love presents Comedy Night at the Studio Movie Grill featuring headliners with credits ranging from Showtime and Comedy Central to "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno", "Late Show With David Letterman" and "America's Got Talent". Round up your friends or take your sweetheart, and celebrate monthly at the Studio Movie Grill with some of the hottest stand-up comedians around and movie-theater concessions available for purchase.

Offer Dates: November 8, December 13

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8


Which One's Pink? -- Pink Floyd Tribute Band in Pasadena
at The Rose, Pasadena

Which One's Pink?, the Los Angeles-based band famed for playing the classic hits of Pink Floyd, has been performing together since 1997, and was named "Best Tribute Band" in "All Access" magazine's inaugural music awards. Experience all the songs you know and love from "The Dark Side of the Moon", "The Wall" and more, the way they were meant to be heard, in a note-for-note re-creation live on stage. Rock out to crowd favorites like "Money," "Time," "Breathe" and "Comfortably Numb" at The Rose in Pas.

Offer Dates: January 6

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $15


Salsa, Hip-Hop, Funk & More From Grammy-Winning L.A. Band Ozomatli
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

L.A. multicultural music icons Ozomatli are headed to The Canyon in Agoura Hills, armed with their signature mix of hip-hop, salsa, dancehall, samba, funk, garage rock, raga and more. Within a year of releasing their 1998 debut, these hometown heroes started touring with the legendary Carlos Santana. The following year, they scored a "Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album" Grammy for their 2001 album "Embrace the Chaos" and nabbed another statue in 2005. Nearly 20 years since exploding onto the scene, Ozomatli's shown no signs of slowing down, having played for the President, composed a theme song for the Dodgers and even served as Cultural Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department. All the while, they've been electrifying audiences with live shows that are more like high-energy house parties than concerts.

Offer Dates: November 24

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Mirage: Visions of Fleetwood Mac
at The Rose, Pasadena

Michelle Tyler first gained acclaim with her spot-on Stevie Nicks tribute band Bella Donna -- which was not only featured on "The World's Greatest Tribute Bands" but also won praise from Stevie Nicks herself. Now performing as Mirage, Tyler and her friends have broadened their scope to include all of Fleetwood Mac's greatest hits, capturing the full band's signature look and sound. Rock out to live versions of favorites like "Go Your Own Way," "Don't Stop," "The Chain," "Dreams," "Rhiannon" and more at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 24

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


"A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder"
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

Getting away with murder can be so much fun -- and there's no better proof than the 2014 Tony Award winner for Best Musical, "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder". The knock-'em-dead Broadway hit tells the story of a distant heir to a family fortune who tries to jump forward in the line of succession by eliminating the eight relatives who stand in his way. Along the way, he also has to juggle his mistress, his fiancée and the constant threat of landing behind bars. One actor plays all eight of the doomed heirs in this uproariously funny show "The Hollywood Reporter" raves "restores our faith in musical comedy." Grab your tickets now for this wonderful musical at the Fred Kavli Theatre at Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.

Offer Dates: November 30, December 1, December 2, December 2, December 3, December 3

Full Price: $35 - $70  |  Our Price: $35 - $70


"The Dirty Show" with Comedians Cory and Chad
at Levity Live Comedy Club, Oxnard

Levity Live Comedy Club presents "The Dirty Show", an evening of "very" adult comedy with the "Twin Towers of Comedy" that's guaranteed to offend and amuse in equal measures. Hosted by comedy duo Cory and Chad, the identical twin sons of a mail carrier and a crazed biker, "The Dirty Show" is sure to have you laughing at the most taboo topics. Masters at riffing off each other, "Good Twin" Cory pairs his laid-back style with Chad the "Evil Twin," notorious for his wild party stories.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: COMP


Soul Legends The Spinners Come to Santa Clarita
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

American soul group The Spinners have been churning out classic tunes for more than 60 years. Along the way they've acquired 12 gold records, with hits on both the pop and R&B charts -- hits that include "The Rubberband Man," "Working My Way Back to You," "Then Came You," "Games People Play" and many more. Original member Henry Fambrough is joined onstage by four other talented singers and a soul-infused five-piece band. Whether these tunes harken back to a memorable time of your life or you're hearing them for the first time, this concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita will bring out the soul lover in you.

Offer Dates: February 22

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


Weekly Improv at Whitefire Theatre
at Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks

Be there as some of the top improvisers in Los Angeles perform comedic songs, sketches and games based on suggestions from you and a worldwide audience. Hosted by Second City alum and founder of The Improv Trick, Bill Chott ("The Ringer, Wizards of Waverly Place"), "Live on Fire" can be enjoyed every Friday night at the Whitefire Theatre in Sherman Oaks.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


East Hollywood's Ethnic Neighborhoods: Experience the Food & Culture
at Gaylord Apartments - Los Angeles Urban Adventures, Los Angeles

Get off the beaten path and venture into some of Los Angeles' hidden ethnic enclaves where locals live and eat like they did in their families' native countries. You'll enjoy sweet and savory tastings in markets, restaurants, hole-in-the-wall eateries and bakeries as you take in the lesser-traveled L.A. culture. You'll visit Koreatown, Little Armenia and Thai Town while learning about historic architecture and East Hollywood life, and walking and riding the Metro through vibrant neighborhoods. The four-hour tour includes food and drink tastings, fare for the city bus rides and insightful commentary from your informative tour guide.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $88  |  Our Price: $52.80


"Red Sand": A Funny and Heartfelt Play of Hope and Loss
at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse, Santa Monica

The latest production from Santa Monica Playhouse, "Red Sand" is an innovative and unusual piece of physical theater. It faces the various facets of loss and hope, on a personal and global level, with heart, humor and a touch of absurdity. Presented through a series of revolving stories, "Red Sand" is at once non-linear, chaotic, cathartic and undeniably relatable.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 27, November 3, November 10, November 17

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


New Wave Faves Missing Persons ("Walking in L.A.")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Fronted by charismatic lead vocalist Dale Bozzio, Missing Persons found all kinds of fame in the '80s with synth-pop tracks like "Walking in L.A.," "Words" and "Destination Unknown" -- quintessential New Wave faves that take you directly back to the future. And their bright, over-the-top looks helped keep their music videos on constant rotation during the early days of MTV. Now they're coming to rock The Canyon Santa Clarita the night before New Year's Eve after reuniting to tour and releasing an all-new disc, "Missing in Action".

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Classical and Folk Collide With Avi Avital, Kinan Azmeh & The Knights
at The Broad Stage, Santa Monica

Like an Israeli Chris Thile, Avi Avital is using the mandolin to break down the borders between folk and classical music while bringing the instrument new respect in the world of classical music with his mastery. His mission: to revitalize the mandolin in both solo and chamber repertoire and inspire the creation of new music for the instrument. For this concert at Santa Monica's The Broad Stage, Avital will be joined by clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh, along with The Knights for an extraordinary collaboration. The program will feature original, baroque and romantic masterworks, all grounded in the classical tradition and crossing boundaries into the worlds of Middle Eastern, Balkan, klezmer and jazz.

Offer Dates: November 8

Full Price: $75  |  Our Price: $40


Comic Brad Williams ("Jimmy Kimmel Live!")
at Levity Live Comedy Club, Oxnard

"Prozac with a head" -- that's what the late, great Robin Williams once called comedian Brad Williams. Born with achondroplastic dwarfism, Brad Williams started performing as a stand-up comic at the age of 19 and got his big break when he began appearing on Comedy Central's "Mind of Mencia". Williams also toured as Carlos Mencia's opening act for five years, which was where he honed his unique talent for creating hilarious material from awkward situations. Since then, his stand-up's been featured on Comedy Central's "Live at Gotham", "The Tonight Show" and "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" Williams tours the country's top comedy clubs and regularly plays shows for the U.S. military around the world -- now he makes his way to Oxnard's Levity Live Comedy Club.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 3, November 3, November 4, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Petula Clark: The English Pop Legend Comes to Beverly Hills
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Legendary singer and Grammy Hall of Fame Award recipient Petula Clark comes to the stage of the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. The multiple Grammy-winning singer known for hits like"Downtown," "I Know A Place" and "My Love" in the 1960s has sold nearly 70 million records over a lengthy career that started during World War II. She's also appeared in over 30 films, including "Finian's Rainbow" and "Goodbye Mr. Chips", enjoyed success as a Las Vegas superstar, appeared on Broadway, and achieved star status on the stages of London's West End. Be sure not to miss this treasured icon of entertainment in concert at the Saban.

Offer Dates: November 19

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Don McLean ("American Pie") Live in Concert
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Some of music's biggest stars -- from Elvis Presley ("And I Love You So") to Madonna (her No. 1 recording of "American Pie") -- have recorded one of legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean's classic hits. His most famous song, the iconic "American Pie," holds a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame and was voted No. 5 in a poll of the 365 "Songs of the 20th Century," but his other beloved tunes include "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)," "Castles in the Air," "And I Love You So" and "Crying." Since first hitting the charts in 1971, McLean's earned over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide, been inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame and been awarded the 2012 BBC Lifetime Achievement Award. See this great American troubadour in concert when he performs at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: March 3

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


A Cutting-Edge Jazz Duet at the Broad Stage
at The Broad Stage, Santa Monica

One of the most electrifying jazz musicians of our time is a 38-year-old pint-size dynamo who hails from the city of Hamamatsu, Japan. Hiromi has a knack for igniting music halls the world over with a signature whirligig of athletic intensity, muscular technique and quirky charm. She's as much fun to watch play as she is to listen to, but now take that formula and double it with the addition of Colombian-born harpist Edmar Castañeda. The virtuosic string-plucker commands his instrument with hypnotic ease and power and is known for boldly innovating it within jazz, a genre where the harp has historically been seldom heard. It's a duet for the ages as these two musicians on the forefront of cutting-edge artistry team up at the Broad Stage in Santa Monica.

Offer Dates: November 13

Full Price: $75  |  Our Price: $45


"Helvis" Sings & Sexy Devil Dancers Strip in "Greaseland Rockabilly & Burlesque"
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Elvis may have permanently left the building, but now Helvis and His Angels of Mercy are bringing their own devilish brand of hunk-a hunk-a burnin' love to Harvelle's Long Beach as part of the sinfully sexy "Greaseland Rockabilly & Burlesque" show. Get ready to sing along to early American roots music as you enjoy a titillating show by some of the hottest, hippest and most devilish dancin' babes on earth. Live rockabilly, stripping demon girls and the fun party atmosphere of Harvelle's -- sounds like a totally fun (and totally frisky!) way to spend a Friday night in L.A.

Offer Dates: December 23, December 23

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


Eddie Money ("Take Me Home Tonight")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Still one of the greatest showmen in the business, New York native Eddie Money is far from cashing it in, four decades after tying together an impressive string of hits, including "Two Tickets To Paradise," "Baby Hold On," "Think I'm in Love," "Walk On Water," "Shakin'" and the Grammy-nominated "Take Me Home Tonight." His triple-platinum, self-titled debut rocketed to record sales of more than $28 million, and he's released close to a dozen solo albums. But it's his live shows that really seal the deal. Don't miss the bluesy-voiced singer-songwriter and longtime road warrior when he takes the stage at The Canyon Santa Clarita at the Valencia Town Center.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


10 Short Comedy Plays, 1 Funny Night
at Whitefire Theatre, Sherman Oaks

Join Whitefire Theatre for an all-new round of "Fall Shorts" in Sherman Oaks, an evening of 10 original short comedy plays from playwrights Thomas J. Misuraca, Bruce Kane, Brian Wallace, Tony Nunes, Merryn Landry, Devin Calderone, Gary Goldstein, Dave Caplan and Kate Warner.

Offer Dates: October 24, October 31

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Uncover the Secrets of a Famous L.A. Street
at Esotouric Bus, at The Daily Dose, Los Angeles

Wilshire Boulevard is an iconic Los Angeles thoroughfare, from its prehistoric origins as a path forged by extinct megafauna to the spectacular Art Deco monuments of the Miracle Mile. It's also ground zero for some deeply strange, only-in-Los Angeles crimes and oddities that played out against the backdrop of the boulevard. Esotouric is proud to present a brand new crime bus tour whose deceptively simple route contains a multitude of mysteries. For cruel plots, divine inspiration, historic preservation, love gone sour, lucky breaks and weird tales, join us on the Wilshire Boulevard Death Trip, a dark day out among the city's most glittering architectural gems.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Queen Nation Will Rock You
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Queen and their flamboyant front man Freddie Mercury will always be rock royalty, but Queen Nation is about as close as you'll ever get to hearing the legendary band perform live. "Tribute Band Magazine" calls their renditions of huge hits like "Somebody to Love," "We Are the Champions," "Bohemian Rhapsody" and others "hauntingly realistic." From the original band's signature sound to its vibrant stage persona, Queen Nation manages to match them in a retrospective that's pitch-perfect in both music and spirit. Catch them at The Canyon Santa Clarita in the Valencia Town Center.

Offer Dates: November 24

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Salsa, Hip-Hop, Funk & More From Grammy-Winning L.A. Band Ozomatli
at The Rose, Pasadena

L.A. multicultural music icons Ozomatli are headed to The Rose in Pasadena, armed with their signature mix of hip-hop, salsa, dancehall, samba, funk, garage rock, raga and more. Within a year of releasing their 1998 debut, these hometown heroes started touring with the legendary Carlos Santana. The following year, they scored a "Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album" Grammy for their 2001 album "Embrace the Chaos" and nabbed another statue in 2005. Nearly 20 years since exploding onto the scene, Ozomatli's shown no signs of slowing down, having played for the President, composed a theme song for the Dodgers and even served as Cultural Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department. All the while, they've been electrifying audiences with live shows that are more like high-energy house parties than concerts.

Offer Dates: November 25

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Gin Blossoms: '90s Alternative Rockers ("Hey Jealousy")
at The Rose, Pasadena

Gin Blossoms became one of the 1990s' most popular bands with the release of 1992's "New Miserable Experience". The album, which sold more than four million copies, contained the hits "Hey Jealousy," "Found Out About You," "Allison Road" and "Until I Fall Away." The Arizona natives returned four years later with "Congratulations I'm Sorry", which also went platinum, spawning two "Billboard" Top 20 hits in "Follow You Down" and "Til I Hear It From You." The band broke up in 1997, but reunited five years later, and have been together ever since. Catch their powerful alternative rock act when they make their way to Pasadena's The Rose.

Offer Dates: November 16

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


AC/DC Tribute Band Bonfire
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Known for their hard-rocking live shows and lead singer Sean Mulvihill's uncanny mimicry of original AC/DC frontman, the late, great Bon Scott, tribute band Bonfire lights up Saint Rocke. Bonfire has played shows all over the Southwest since 2001. They're the closest thing to seeing early AC/DC in their prime, and they've been honored with a 2012 Los Angeles Music Award nomination for Best Tribute Band. See them play classic tunes like "TNT," "Highway to Hell" and "Dirty Deeds Done Dirt Cheap." Special guests Damage Inc, a tribute to Metallica, and Alt Rock Nation open.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Al Stewart: Folk-Rock Legend & The Empty Pockets
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Some musicians sing of love, others of pain, but only one is brave enough -- "brilliant" enough -- to take up the entirety of human history as his subject: Al Stewart. For more than 40 years, Stewart has been taking audiences on his own magical history tours filled with finely drawn character studies and detailed settings. Though perhaps best known for his international smash hit album "Year of the Cat", he has kept expanding his worldview with each new record. See him live in concert with rootsy indie rockers The Empty Pockets at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


"Bash": Three Unforgettable Plays by Neil LaBute
at Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center, North Hollywood

"Bash", three one act plays by Neil LaBute, the renowned writer/director of "In the Company of Men" and "Your Friends and Neighbors", forms a trio of unforgettable accounts: "Medea Redux" centers on a woman remembering her complex and ultimately tragic relationship with her grade school English teacher; "Iphigenia in Orem" finds a Utah businessman confiding in a stranger in a Las Vegas hotel room and confessing a most chilling crime; and "A Gaggle of Saints" focuses on a young Mormon couple seperately recounting the violent events of an anniversary weekend in New York City. All three are unblinking portraits of evil in everyday life, exhibiting LaBute's signature raw lyrical intensity. See them at Los Angeles' Whitmore-Lindley Theatre Center.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $13


"Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night" With Jason Love
at Westlake Village Twin, Westlake Village

Comedian Jason Love presents "Laugh Out Loud Comedy", featuring headliners with credits ranging from Showtime and Comedy Central to "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno", "Late Show With David Letterman" and "America's Got Talent". Round up your friends or take your sweetheart, and celebrate monthly at the Westlake Village Twin with some of the hottest stand-up comedians around and movie-theater concessions available for purchase. It's 90 minutes of live, "TV clean" laughs.

Offer Dates: November 1, December 6

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8


"D.A.N.C.E" -- EDM Party at Echoplex
at Echoplex, Los Angeles

L.A.'s Echoplex bounces to "D.A.N.C.E: A Blog Haus Night", spinning music by EDM hitmakers Justice, MSTRKRFT, Chromeo, Vitalic Official, Soulwax, LCD Soundsystem, Breakbot, Peaches, Ladytron, Tiga, Cut Copy, Crookers, The Bloody Beetroots, Boys Noize, Spank Rock Official, Uffie, Busy P, Daft Punk, Fred Falke, Felix Da Housecat, Fake Blood, The Presets, Mr. Oizo, Yelle, SebastiAn, Crystal Castles and more.

Offer Dates: November 4, December 2

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Cabaret Star Anthony Gruppuso's Solo Show
at Theatre West, Hollywood

What makes you tick? For Anthony Gruppuso, it's musical theater... and a little bit of family dysfunction. Join him on a visit to his shrink where he attempts to dissect his life, his showbiz career, his family and his undying enthusiasm for musical theater. He'll take you on a journey through the Broadway canon, performing both popular favorites and lesser-known gems with his one-man show, "The Face Behind the Face, Behind the Face". After performances in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and several film/TV credits, the talented actor and vocalist storms Hollywood's Theatre West.

Offer Dates: October 22, October 29

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


VIP Mustang Tour of L.A. Hotspots
at VIP Mustang Tours, Hollywood

Travel in luxury and comfort as VIP Mustang Tours leads you through Los Angeles, Hollywood, Hollywood Hills, Beverly Hills, Rodeo Drive, Sunset Boulevard and more to explore the most exclusive residential areas in the city. During this two-hour Hollywood VIP tour inside a souped-up convertible Mustang, you'll see the trendy spots where your favorite celebrities live, work, eat, shop and socialize. You may get to see the star of your dreams, so come along with your cameras!

Offer Dates: April 30

Full Price: $195  |  Our Price: $97.50


"Drink, Paint, Create": Wine & Art Night
at Dark Horse Tavern, Tarzana

Add a twist to date night, girls' night out or simply me time with "Drink, Paint, Create". Dark Horse Tavern in Tarzana hosts this artistic affair, where you can unleash your inner Picasso. Your artist guides provide the supplies and step-by-step instructions on how to complete your painting in two hours. Order a drink, let those creative juices flow and you'll be taking home your very own masterpiece to show off to friends and family.

Offer Dates: October 18, October 25, October 25, November 1, November 8, November 15, November 22, November 29

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


New Year's Pub Crawl Through Hollywood Walk of Fame
at Outpost Hollywood, Hollywood

Bid an appropriate farewell to 2017 with a raging pub crawl through the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Drink specials and cover charge-free venues make it easy to party harder, and with drafts at just four bucks and two-for-$16 premiums and champagne, you won't break the piggy bank within the first few hours of the new year. Whether you bring a group or show up solo, pub crawls are the perfect way to meet people from all over the world. If you join the crew for the bonus after-party, you may end up making friends that'll last you through 2018 and beyond. The fun begins at Outpost Hollywood.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: COMP - $5


Flamenco Guitarist Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Blending the sensual melodies of flamenco with modern influences from rock, pop and jazz, renowned nouveau flamenco guitarist Ottmar Liebert has created a sound with a wide appeal. A true romantic, Liebert never fails to win over the crowd with his passionate playing and memorable melodies. His engaging mix of flamenco guitar, South American percussion and other musical genres has earned Liebert five Grammy nominations and 38 gold and platinum record certifications in the USA, plus more awards around the world. See him and his band, Luna Negra, in concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita, where he'll showcase his philosophy that flamenco is as much an attitude as a genre.

Offer Dates: February 17

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


The Doors Tribute That Amazed the Original Band
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

The Doors were a legendary live band, and Wild Child has more than 20 years of experience painstakingly reproducing the music, voice, look and on-stage energy of the original members, right down to their instruments. They've toured nationally, and their act has earned praise from The Doors' own Ray Manzarek (who called them "as close as you'll get to the real thing"). In fact, when Manzarek and John Densmore toured Europe, they brought Wild Child's Dave Brock along to re-create the magic and charisma of the late Jim Morrison. Now Wild Child is ready to rock The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


"Rocktober Burlesque": A Hard-Rocking Revue
at Rockwell: Table & Stage, Los Angeles

Welcome to the jungle; they've got stripping dames. Get ready to rock out with the Hollywood Jane Revue -- named one of Thrillist's "best burlesque shows in Los Angeles" -- as they head-bang their way through a night of "Rocktober Burlesque". Rockwell: Table & Stage makes way for plenty of guitar-shredding and clothes-shedding, featuring guest star Miss Hollywood Burlesque 2015 April Showers. Prepare to salute this tantalizing troupe of teasers because they're about to writhe to non-stop rock riffs cranked out by heavy metal heroes, hair bands and more.

Offer Dates: October 24

Full Price: $12 - $17  |  Our Price: $6 - $8.50


"ComedySportz": Fast & Funny Improv Comedy for the Whole Family
at Monroe Forum Theatre at El Portal, North Hollywood

If you like the long-running TV improv show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" then you'll love "ComedySportz", a fun, fast-paced live comedy show that's great for the whole family. Watch two teams battle for laughs -- and points -- as they make up scenes, games and songs on the spot, with audience participation and suggestions incorporated into the act. Full of off-the-cuff humor and unpredictable moments, it's never the same show twice at the El Portal Theatre in North Hollywood. The longest-running stage show in Los Angeles, "ComedySportz" has been turning great improv into hilarious sport for more than 25 years.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $10 - $18  |  Our Price: $5 - $9


Orange Soda-Loving Comic Kel Mitchell
at Levity Live Comedy Club, Oxnard

With his '90s Nickelodeon hits "Kenan and Kel" and "All That" and the spinoff full-length film "Good Burger", Kel Mitchell had kids eating out of the palm of his hand. His signature lovable goofball vibes -- remember his undying love of orange soda? -- endeared him to many a grade school comedy lover. Mitchell's still making kids' cable cameos, but he's also making the stand-up rounds, proving he can crack up comedy clubgoers, too. Catch Mitchell when he headlines Levity Live Comedy Club in Oxnard.

Offer Dates: November 21

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $5


"The Doo Wop Project": Broadway Stars Trace Evolution of Doo-Wop
at Carpenter Performing Arts Center, CSULB, Long Beach

See stars of Broadway's "Jersey Boys" and "Motown: The Musical" at CSULB's Carpenter Performing Arts Center with this special concert celebrating the genre that made those shows possible. "The Doo Wop Project" begins where doo-wop had its origins -- on the street corners of American cities just after World War II. Young men gathered to sing a cappella, mimicking the sounds of instruments with nonsense words: the bass was bom-bom-bom, the guitar was shang-a-lang and the brass riffs were doooo-wop-wop. These impromptu concerts gave rise to groups like the Crests, Belmonts and Flamingos. Later, doo-wop would influence everything and everyone from the Motown sound to Michael Jackson and Amy Winehouse. Now experience the entire so-crazy-it-has-to-be-true story via song.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


The Groundlings' "The Crazy Uncle Joe Show"
at The Groundlings Theatre, Los Angeles

"The Crazy Uncle Joe Show" is one of L.A.'s longest-running long-form improvisation shows. Watch as the Groundlings take three suggestions from the crowd and then proceed to weave the stories together, traveling back and forth through time, playing different characters in many different situations. There's no games, no director, just side-splittingly spontaneous comedy. After a brief intermission, they come back and do it all over again with three new audience suggestions.

Offer Dates: October 18

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $7


"The Champagne Room"
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Bobbi DiCarlo and the Starlites shimmy into Harvelle's Long Beach with "The Champagne Room", a night of upscale, classic burlesque set to live music.

Offer Dates: October 19

Full Price: $20 - $30  |  Our Price: $10 - $15


Zoso: The Ultimate Led Zeppelin Experience
at The El Rey Theatre, Los Angeles

The powerful live sound of prime '70s-era Led Zeppelin provides a "Stairway to Heaven" at The El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, courtesy of the L.A.-based tribute band Zoso. Together for 20 years, Zoso duplicates the distinctive vocals and virtuoso guitar, keyboard and drum work originally created by Plant, Page, Jones and Bonham, impressing audiences from coast to coast with gigs at the House of Blues, B.B. King Blues Club and other major venues. They'll rock you with classic hits like "Black Dog," "Heartbreaker," "Dazed and Confused," "The Song Remains the Same," "Whole Lotta Love" and a whole lot more.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $22 - $32  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $17.50


Award-Winning Magician Steve Valentine Shares Personal Tales & Magic Tricks
at Black Rabbit Rose, Hollywood

While Steve Valentine made his mark on "Crossing Jordan", his magic career is equally up to par. He's been named Close Up Magician of the Year twice by the Magic Castle, and he puts those unparalleled sleight of hand skills to good use in this intimate one-man show at the Black Rabbit Rose in Hollywood. Part performance art and part magic act, "Deceptions" takes audiences on a wild ride through his extraordinary life, animating his hilarious, touching and dramatic stories with unbelievable illusions. Come see this performance as it custom molds to the immersive atmosphere of this elegant new space.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $55  |  Our Price: $27.50


Folk Icon Arlo Guthrie
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

A master storyteller, Arlo Guthrie's concerts are filled with wonderful songs, brilliant asides and amusing yarns from a well-lived life and a career spanning over 50 years. When he was arrested on Thanksgiving Day 1965 for littering, there's no way he could've known the incident would inspire one of the definitive counterculture anthems of the '60s: the 18-minute satirical talking-blues song called "Alice's Restaurant Massacre." Guthrie, the son of folk hero Woody Guthrie, is best known for hits like "City of New Orleans," "Coming Into Los Angeles," "The Motorcycle Song" and other tunes. Hop on the Guthrie train at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills for a ride through the continuing American revolution, flying past the '60s counter-culture and "running down the road" to a more perfect union.

Offer Dates: April 5

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Singer Steve Grand Live in Concert
at Catalina Bar and Grill, Hollywood

After breaking through with his viral song and video for "All-American Boy," singer-songwriter Steve Grand has seen his profile rise. Grand has performed his Billboard-charting song all over the world, and he makes his L.A. debut at the Catalina Bar & Grill in Hollywood, where he'll be singing fan favorites and new songs from his upcoming album. A natural performer and songwriter, Grand imbues his concerts with audience banter, musical skills and personal stories.

Offer Dates: December 5

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $15 - $19


Berlin With Terri Nunn ("Take My Breath Away")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

New Wave pop group Berlin broke through in a big way in the 1980s, particularly after the iconic appearance of their hit song "Take My Breath Away" in the movie "Top Gun". Berlin's unforgettable melodies and cutting edge synth-pop sound also earned them huge hits like "No More Words," "Masquerade" and "The Metro." To this day, the band is led by its original sizzling vocalist, Terri Nunn, who claimed the No. 11 spot on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Women in Rock." They're currently working on new material for an upcoming album release and are set to rock the house at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 16

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


"Gathering Blue" by Lois Lowry ("The Giver")
at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, La Mirada

In an apocalyptic future where children are kept like animals and human life is cheap, young Kira learns the ugly truth about the powers controlling her world. A gifted weaver, her talent catches the attention of the Council of Guardians. Under their custody, Kira is made to mend and embellish the ceremonial Singer's Robe -- a garment that tells the history of the world. But the longer she works, the more she learns about the horrifying secrets that keep her community hostage. Can she use her knowledge and art to reshape the future? Based on Lois Lowry's companion piece to "The Giver", "Gathering Blue" tells a suspenseful tale of the power of creativity to fight brutality. This production from Phantom Projects Theatre Group takes the stage at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts.

Offer Dates: November 16

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $17.50


World Choreography Awards, Honoring Dance in Media
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Film has the Oscar, television has the Emmy, and now the art of dance on both film and television has an award, too: the Choreo. From the splashy twirls and leaps on display in music videos to irresistible dance numbers on TV and in the movies, choreographers were responsible for some of the past year's most beloved moments on screens big and small. Watch groundbreaking artists get their much-deserved due as the sixth-annual World Choreography Awards show kicks into The Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills. Choreos will be handed out for dance in commercials, live television events, digital media and other categories as rising-star choreographers of stage and screen deliver jaw-dropping performances throughout.

Offer Dates: October 23

Full Price: $60  |  Our Price: $33


Timothy B. Schmit (The Eagles, Poco & More)
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Timothy B. Schmit's career goes back to the 1960s, when, as just a teenager, he first hit the musical charts. Soon after, the young singer and bass player joined Poco, where he helped form the band's trailblazing fusions of country, rock and folk. He later became a member of the legendary Eagles, and would play with them on and off for decades. At the same time, Schmit also collaborated with numerous top artists, among them Steely Dan, Ringo Starr, Jimmy Buffet and Crosby Stills and Nash. He just released a new solo record, "Leap of Faith", and now you can see him in concert at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, where he'll be joined by special guest Richie Furay.

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $35


The Dramatics With Original Member Willie Ford
at The Rose, Pasadena

Get up close and personal with The Dramatics when they take the stage at The Rose in Pasadena with original member of the group Willie Ford. The calendar might be ready to move to 2018, but you'll feel like you've traveled back in time while listening to hits like "Whatcha See Is Whatcha Get," "Me and Mrs. Jones," "Be My Girl," "Shake It Well" and "In the Rain" from the golden era of vocal groups. The Dramatics have performed on "Soul Train" and appeared on Snoop Dogg's debut album. Ford is the only original member still performing, with over 45 years of harmonizing under his belt.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


"Le Salon de Musiques": German Romantic Music
at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion - 5th Floor Space, Los Angeles

One of L.A.'s true cultural jewels, "Le Salon de Musiques" is famed for providing up-close and personal musical performances in the warm, intimate environs of the fifth floor of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. This acclaimed chamber-music series continues its eighth season with romantic works for strings and piano by German genius composers Robert Schumann, Xaver and Philipp Scharwenka, performed by violinists Ambroise Aubrun and Chiai Tajima, violist Tanner Menees, cellist Timothy Landauer and pianist Francois Chouchan. Musicologist Julius Reder Carlson provides the introductions and context, and after the concert, you're invited to join the musicians for a Q&A and reception featuring champagne and a high-tea buffet.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $85  |  Our Price: $59


Morris Day & The Time ("Jungle Love," "The Bird")
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Funk-pop artists Morris Day and The Time turn back the clock to their '80s heyday, with their patented upbeat grooves as fresh and as fierce as ever. Prince's longtime musical partner, the ever-stylish, pompadour-ed Day and his band first swaggered onto the scene with an appearance in "Purple Rain", before taking over the charts with hits like "Get It Up," "777-9311," "Jerk Out," "The Bird" and their signature song "Jungle Love," selling more than 10 million records to date. Still actively touring, you can catch these R&B pioneers at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, and check out their influence on today's stars like Bruno Mars.

Offer Dates: March 23

Full Price: $73  |  Our Price: $40


Comics Bret Ernst, Theo Von & More
at Lyric Hyperion Theatre, Silver Lake

Each month, L.A. stand-up showcase "Horribly Funny" delivers a night of over-the-top comedy that isn't for the easily offended. This time around, the lineup features "Last Comic Standing" finalist Theo Von and Bret Ernst ("Vince Vaughn's Wild West Comedy Show"). Also grabbing the mic at Lyric Hyperion Theatre, you'll see a slew of comedy club regulars, including Nick Guerra, Abby Roberge, Joe Dosch, Graig Agop, Chao Feng, Jessica Wellington, Eric Michaels, Michael D'Angelo and host Mary Basmadjian.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $6


Music & Dance at El Camino College Center for the Arts
at El Camino College Center for the Arts -- Marsee Auditorium, Torrance

El Camino College Center for the Arts brings a wealth of internationally renowned performing artists to Torrance and the greater South Bay region. Each year, the Marsee Auditorium stage hosts acclaimed opera singers, jazz artists, classical ensembles, contemporary dance performances, student theater productions and more. Check the event description for more details on upcoming events.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $26  |  Our Price: $13


The Motels: '80s New Wave Hit-Makers Fronted by Martha Davis
at The Rose, Pasadena

New Wave icons and early MTV pioneers The Motels had top ten hits with "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly Last Summer," solidifying their position as one of the top bands of the '80s. Singer Martha Davis' soulful vocals are instantly recognizable, as are many of the Motels' other hits, including "Take the L," "Shame," "Shock," "Icy Red" and "Mission of Mercy." Whether you were there when The Motels first burst onto the music scene, or are just discovering them now, be there when the band -- fronted by a woman who The Los Angeles Times called "arguably the most charismatic female performer in rock" -- performs at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: October 20

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Gordon Lightfoot: Legendary Canadian Folk-Pop Singer-Songwriter
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

After more than five decades of performing and with more than 200 recordings under his belt, Canada's most famous folk-pop singer-songwriter, Gordon Lightfoot, continues to entertain. The multi-platinum-selling artist famous for his deep baritone and 12-string finger-picking skills had success in the 1960s with songs like "For Lovin' Me," "Early Morning Rain," "Steel Rail Blues" and "Ribbon of Darkness." But it was the recording of his songs by major names -- from Elvis Presley and John Mellencamp to Neil Young and Bob Dylan -- that solidified Lightfoot's name in the folk canon. With more than 20 albums and five Grammy nominations to his name, Lightfoot is in exclusive company as one of music's all-time greats.

Offer Dates: April 28

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Canadian Documentary "That Never Happened"
at Laemmle's NoHo 7, North Hollywood

"That Never Happeneed" reveals the story of Canada's first national internment operations between 1914-1920, when over 88,000 people were forced to register and more than 8,500 were wrongfully imprisoned in concentration camps across Canada. This short documentary is a glimpse of their lives in a forgotten twilight zone, as they wait for the European borders to open. See it at Laemmle's NoHo 7.

Offer Dates: October 29

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP - $6


Past Action Heroes Play All the Old Hits at a Pre-Turkey Day Party
at The Rose, Pasadena

Before you feast on all the culinary treats on Thanksgiving Day, feast on an evening of great music at The Rose in Pasadena. Past Action Heroes is a tribute band playing all your favorite hits from the 1980s and '90s -- music by mega superstar artists all the way to one-hit wonders. Whether you lived through that era or were born during it, you're going to burn some serious calories and work up a major appetite rocking out to all the classic hits of those decades. Party on, dudes!

Offer Dates: November 22

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: COMP - $16


Grammy-Winning Singer/Songwriter Rickie Lee Jones ("Chuck E.'s in Love," "Satellites")
at The Rose, Pasadena

With the vulnerable bravado of the beat generation and a love of '40s jazz, Rickie Lee Jones was often called "the female Tom Waits." But over the course of her three-decade career, the prodigious talent has set herself apart as a singer-songwriter with style all her own. As an eclectic roots singer, Jones became known for such diverse songs as the jazz-inflected "Chuck E.'s in Love," the jive-talkin' commercial hit "Woody and Dutch ..." and her early '90s college radio jam, "Satellites." Her latest album, "The Other Side of Desire", is inspired by her move to New Orleans and includes haunting new works tinged with the sounds of Cajun and Zydeco. Hear this songstress belt out new and old favorites when she performs at the The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 12

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Schubert's Last Sonatas Performed by Ory Shihor
at Bram Goldsmith Theater at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Beverly Hills

Like a musical Doogie Howser, Ory Shihor's success as a concert pianist came at an early age. At just 12, while most of his friends in Tel Aviv were still playing tag on the playground, Shihor won a scholarship to come to the United States to study at Juilliard and the Curtis Institute of Music and started racking up prizes from prestigious musical competitions. His career was put on hold in his late teens when he had to return to Israel to serve in the military, but after returning to America in his 20s, Shihor worked odd jobs around New York while practicing by night to completely reinvent his musical style. Now a renowned pianist and educator, Ory Shihor comes to L.A.'s Annenberg Center for the Arts for "Last Thoughts: Schubert's Final Trilogy" -- a discussion and performance of the last three piano sonatas by Franz Schubert.

Offer Dates: January 20, January 20

Full Price: $45 - $75  |  Our Price: $27.50 - $45


Charles Bukowski's Los Angeles Bus Tour: "Haunts of a Dirty Old Man"
at Esotouric Bus, at The Daily Dose, Los Angeles

"Haunts of a Dirty Old Man" is a fascinating four-hour guided bus tour that takes you to literary giant Charles Bukowski's favorite haunts -- all the places where the author lived, worked and drank. Visit the downtown postal sorting facility he writes about in "Post Office," the De Longpre apartment he called home for a time, and other spots he visited regularly -- from Skid Row to Crown Hill to the East Hollywood liquor store The Pink Elephant.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Audrey DeLuxe's "Burlesque Bingo"
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

At Audrey DeLuxe's "Burlesque Bingo", they take it off and you win. It's a night of girls, games, fun and prizes at Harvelle's in Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 27

Full Price: $15 - $20  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $10


Pulitzer-Nominated Drama by Donald Margulies
at The Complex Hollywood, Los Angeles

"Collected Stories" is a two-character drama by Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies that takes an intimate look at the lives of a pair of writers, focusing on their friendship, ambitions, conflicts, rivalries and betrayals. Ruth Steiner is an established scribe from Greenwich Village in New York. Famous for her short stories, she wants to share her knowledge and passion with the next generation of young and hungry authors. But when Lisa Morrison arrives, Ruth may have got more than she bargained for in this intense and often funny play about art and the creative process at the Complex Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Anat Cohen Tentet: World Jazz Ensemble
at Valley Performing Arts Center - Great Hall, Northridge

From quartet to tentet, Anat Cohen's army of jazz virtuosos keeps getting bigger and better -- and now they're marching on over to Valley Performing Arts Center in Northridge, where they'll blow you away with an evening of evocative music and textured performances. Cohen, who came to fame as a composer and tenor saxophonist, has expanded her talents to the clarinet and now plays both instruments with a full ensemble rounded out by cello, trumpet, drums, guitar, bass and more. Cohen's known for her warm and vibrant on-stage personality, as well as her virtuosity and wide-ranging world music repertoire, which takes her ensemble from Brazilian choro and Argentine tango to Afro-Cuban jazz and klezmer. Their latest release, "Happy Song", is bursting with layered richness and electric jazz energy.

Offer Dates: November 30

Full Price: $48  |  Our Price: $29


Hip-Hop Artist Shwayze ("Corona and Lime")
at The Rose, Pasadena

Shwayze, aka Aaron Smith, is more than just your Corona, lime and main squeeze -- his first single "Buzzin'" not only made "Billboard"'s Top 100 Charts, but also inspired a reality TV series on MTV and was featured in Pontiac commercials. He's worked mostly with Grammy-nominated producer Cisco Adler, who's helped him create the laid-back sound that attests to Smith's Malibu upbringing. Shwayze's music is laden with hip-hop beats and acoustic guitars that make for an easy-listening experience, and now the self-proclaimed King of Summer brings those coastal vibes to The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: January 4

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $17


Chocolate Indulgence Tour: See the Westside's Sweetest Spots
at Jin Patisserie, Culver City

Chocoholics and those with a serious sweet tooth -- get excited. The Chocolate Indulgence Tour is taking small groups to some of the best chocolatiers in Culver City, Mar Vista and Venice. You'll cruise in a comfy 15-passenger van with your knowledgeable guide, who will introduce you to some of the area's best chocolate makers and pastry chefs -- and of course, let you sample a few morsels along the way. The three-hour tour makes four to six stops and includes at least five tastings ranging from pastry to candy to beverages and more (and there may be a few other surprises along the way too). You'll also have time to make additional purchases if you'd like, to help knock out future chocolate cravings.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $40


"The Father and The Bear" Screening
at Laemmle's NoHo 7, North Hollywood

The 17th Annual Valley Film Festival is kicking off another year with filmmaker John Putch ("Mojave Phone Booth, Route 30 Trilogy") opening the festival. Head to Laemmle's NoHo7 in North Hollywood to watch "The Father and The Bear" with cast and crew in attendance. The movie follows Byron Temple, a retired character actor (played by Wil Love) with diagnosed dementia, who longs to perform at his beloved summer theater one last time. Against his daughter's wishes (Dendrie Taylor), he accepts a role from the newly installed artistic director (David Deluise) who is unaware of Byron's condition.

Offer Dates: October 25

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP - $6


Sixties Legends Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Part of the British Invasion that produced the Beatles and the Stones, Herman's Hermits made their mark on the pop charts with more than 60 millions records sold. Led by charismatic singer Peter Noone, the band put up hit after hit in the '60s including "I'm Into Something Good," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter," "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "There's a Kind of Hush," "A Must To Avoid," the novelty classic "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," and many more. Decades later, Noone's extraordinary talent, wit and compelling stage presence still delight loyal fans, who call themselves Noonatics. Don't miss this chance to experience one of the original English beat bands live in concert at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Laugh at the Quirks of Aging With Fritz Coleman
at The Colony Theatre, Burbank

OMG, a grey hair -- welp, you can't stop aging (grrrr), but you can have the last laugh with this comedy special. There's Schumer's sex stories, Colbert's politics, Fallon's shenanigans and now Los Angeles' fav weatherman is bringing on the hilarities of getting older. Nothing is off limits for this baby boomer prophet's on point commentary -- from the evils of gravity, his mom's retirement community's pole dance class or his response to being called a senior citizen, "...at 55, with a hip replacement and a Viagra, I could be a porn star." Whether you grew up on YouTube cat videos, you got married in bell-bottoms or you are already living that shuffleboard life, you can shake off your wrinkle worries and revel in the Metamucil migration with "An Evening With Fritz Coleman" at The Colony Theatre with a comedian old enough that he performed stand-up for Carson, Leno and Fallon.

Offer Dates: October 19, October 20, October 21, October 22

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


Pop Singer Gino Vannelli ("I Just Wanna Stop")
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Curly-haired Canadian crooner Gino Vannelli tours behind his 19th album release, 2014's "Live in L.A." The Grammy-nominated pop singer-songwriter broke through in a big way in the '70s with best-selling singles like "I Just Wanna Stop," "Wheels of Life" and "People Gotta Move," and his hot streak continued into the '80s with hits including "Living Inside Myself," "Black Cars," "Hurts to Be in Love" and more. He's continued to reinvent himself, releasing jazz records and a hit contemporary classical disc, "Canto", in '03. You'll definitely want to check out this always-engaging entertainer, who can still rock a pair of leather pants.

Offer Dates: March 24

Full Price: $44  |  Our Price: $25


Drag Diva Joey Arias: "Still Misbehavin'"
at Cavern Club Theatre at Casita Del Campo, Los Angeles

Part chanteuse, part prankster and all-around legend, Joey Arias has thrilled audiences from Manhattan to Las Vegas with his incredible chops and singular style. Although he's performed with Klaus Nomi, David Bowie and Grace Jones, Arias continues to find new platforms for his unique art, including a headlining gig at the Central Park SummerStage, a performance at Royal Albert Hall and a five-year engagement as MC of "Zumanity", "Cirque du Soleil's" erotic cabaret. "Strange Fruit", his tribute to Billie Holiday, earned rave reviews in "The New Yorker", while "Arias With a Twist", his hit collaboration with puppeteer Basil Twist, prompted "The New York Times" to crow, "Eat your heart out, Madonna!" Now comes this not-to-be-missed intimate evening of songs and personal reminiscences at Cavern Club Theatre at Casita Del Campo in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: November 13, November 14, November 15

Full Price: $30 - $40  |  Our Price: $19 - $25


Kenny Loggins ("This Is It," "Footloose"): Legendary Singer-Songwriter Plays the Hits
at The Rose, Pasadena

From "This Is It" to "Danger Zone," "Footloose" to "I'm Alright," it's hard to imagine adult contemporary radio without the soulful pop hits of Kenny Loggins. Known for his smooth blues-rock sound, the two-time Grammy winner -- who's recorded 12 platinum albums in his over 40-year career -- has enjoyed a meteoric career that saw him pen and record such hits as "Celebrate Me Home," "I'm Alright" and his classic collaborations with Michael McDonald ("What a Fool Believes," "This Is It"). Now your chance to see him perform at The Rose in Pasadena. The concert opens with sets from Hurt & The Heartbreak and Seven Reasons Why.

Offer Dates: November 30

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Second City's "Purple Mountain Travesty": A Sketch Comedy Revue
at Second City Studio Theatre, Los Angeles

Second City Hollywood's latest sketch comedy revue tackles a whole slew of modern issues. We are living, after all, in a world where people are protesting to an unprecedented degree, female Uber drivers feel forced to take drastic measures in order to protect themselves, and California is considering seceding from the Union ... assuming we don't get nuked first. But don't worry, if the content of "Purple Mountain Travesty" sounds alarmingly serious to you, it's also filled with more than its fair share of juvenile humor. Catch this clever sketch show at Second City's Studio Theatre in Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Led Zepagain
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Led Zeppelin tribute band Led Zepagain faithfully and soulfully recreates the ultimate Led Zep experience in concert, with such classic songs as "Stairway to Heaven," "Rock 'n' Roll" and "Black Dog." In fact, Led Zepagain was paid the highest compliment ever when Jimmy Page caught their show at the House of Blues in Hollywood. After watching the show, he requested to meet the band in the dressing room and praised them for their accuracy. See them live in concert at The Canyon in Santa Clarita and marvel at the riffs, the melodies, the whole experience.

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Connect Through Arts & Crafts
at Hacienda Heights Community Center, Hacienda Heights

These arts-and-crafts workshops at the Hacienda Heights Community Center make it easy for you to put down your smartphones and pick up the paintbrush ... or the glue gun ... or the scissors and spend some quality time with friends and family. These classes will take you through the creation process from beginning to end, so that you can personalize your crafts any way you'd like. You'll need to bring some of your own materials -- and then it's time to get busy and make some memories.

Offer Dates: November 2, November 9, November 16

Full Price: $24  |  Our Price: $14.40


Secondhand Serenade Brings "Awake" Anniversary Tour to Pasadena
at The Rose, Pasadena

Before there was Instagram or Snapchat or Facebook, John Vesely knew how to use the internet to find success as a musician. Having originally risen to prominence through Myspace, the vocalist, pianist and guitarist known as Secondhand Serenade released his first album, "Awake", in 2007. That led to filling concert venues where he sang emo-pop tunes (like his hit single "Fall For You") that made women and men alike swoon. After a brief break from touring, Secondhand Serenade returns to the stage in support of his 10-year anniversary album, also called "Awake". Special guests Kenny Holland, He is We and Ronnie Winter of The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus join Vesely at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 2

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Theater Director vs. Hermit in "Tolstoy in Suffolk"
at Studio C Artists, Los Angeles

Showbiz isn't easy -- just ask theater director Greg Berman, who has to trek all the way to the backwoods of England to try and get the rights to produce a staged adaptation of a classic mystery novel. Unfortunately for Greg, the rights are owned by a cantankerous hermit and American expatriate named Brendhan Wren, who lives in a remote, deserted farmhouse and spends most of his time drinking and abusing anybody foolish enough to get within shouting range. Over the course of one dark and stormy night, Greg and Brendhan engage in a bitter battle of wits and wills that eventually uncovers a deeply guarded secret involving sex, art, literature, forgery and even Francis Bacon. "Tolstoy in Suffolk", a suspenseful and comic romp through the trials and travails of the creative process, is coming to Venue C Artists in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: October 20, October 21, October 22, October 27, October 28, October 29, November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Todd Rundgren: Legendary Musical Pioneer at Saban Theatre
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

Innovative musician Todd Rundgren has enjoyed a wide-ranging musical career. The leader of bands Utopia and The Nazz, Rundgren has also had success as a solo artist, and was one of the most sought-after producers and recording engineers of the '70s and '80s, working with acts as diverse as Meatloaf, Hall and Oates, Patti Smith and Cheap Trick. Rundgren is known as a champion of technology; his innovations include the first commercially released music video and the first interactive compact disc. Enjoy an unpredictable evening with Rundgren at the beautiful art deco Saban Theatre.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


On-the-Spot Comedy From April's Fools Improv Troupe
at 2nd Story Theatre, Hermosa Beach

Named "one of L.A.'s best" comedy improv troupes by "Back Stage West", the April's Fools are back from a highly successful tour throughout the South Bay area, Torrance, Hollywood and Santa Monica, landing once again at Second Story Theatre in Hermosa Beach. This trained and talented ensemble of eclectic, electric and eccentric souls takes suggestions from the audience and spins them into scenes and sketches that range from the amusing to the outrageous and back again. And with a variety of fun and different improv games at their disposal, you'll never see the same show twice.

Offer Dates: November 11, December 9

Full Price: $8  |  Our Price: COMP


Robben Ford & Stanley Jordan in Concert at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

A five-time Grammy nominee, guitar hero Robben Ford is the real deal -- a blues-jazz guitar giant who's played and toured with such musical masters as Joni Mitchell, Miles Davis, George Harrison, Dizzy Gillespie, Bonnie Raitt and many more. He's released dozens of solo albums of blues and jazz, and is a featured sideman on numerous others. In fact, "Musician" magazine named him one of the "100 Greatest Guitarists of the 20th Century." Jazz fusion guitar legend and multiple Grammy nominee Stanley Jordan also lends his virtuosic skills and smooth rhythms to this special concert. Famed for his unique finger-tap technique, Jordan's 1985 debut album "Magic Touch" topped the "Billboard" jazz charts for nearly a year, and he's since released more than a dozen albums, played prestigious festivals and collaborated with a wide variety of international artists including violinist Regina Carter, sax man Kenny Garrett, trumpeter Nicholas Payton and more. Catch both of these world-class musicians in concert at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Little River Band: Aussie Country-Pop at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

When Little River Band was formed in 1975, it was a major musical event in Australia. All of the members were known nationally, but they hadn't yet broken through internationally. Little River Band was ready to begin the Australian invasion, starting with America. Their first single, "It's a Long Way There," made a huge impact in post-Nixon America and LRB had the big breakthrough they were hoping for. The band went on to enjoy huge hits at home and abroad, like "Help Is On Its Way" and "Reminiscing." Hear these hits and more when the band takes the stage at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $63  |  Our Price: $35


The Damn Devillez: Cabaret & Burlesque
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Founded in 2016, The Damn Devillez are Los Angeles' strangely sexy cabaret and burlesque troupe. Bringing devilish entertainment to the City of Angels and beyond, TDD take audiences to a place outside reality filled with hot performances, dangerous sexuality, and a hell of a good time. Catch The Damn Devillez when they sashay over to Harvelle's Long Beach.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Film Festival
at South Park Center, Los Angeles

NewFilmmakers Los Angeles (NFMLA) is an organization that showcases innovative works by emerging filmmakers from around the world, providing the L.A. community with a wide variety of great movie screenings. Presented at South Park Center, the NewFilmmakers Los Angeles Film Festival features screenings of documentary, short and feature films that have been submitted from around the world. The program also offers post-screening Q&As and special events so the audience can meet the filmmakers.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Celtic Rockers Young Dubliners ("Rosie")
at The Rose, Pasadena

With their fusion of traditional Irish folk songs and high-energy modern rock, the Young Dubliners created a sound all their own that's come to be called Celtic Rock. With hits like "Rosie" and "Buy You a Life" drawing comparisons to The Pogues and U2, and an energetic live show on par with Phish and the Dave Mathews Band, the Young Dubliners definitely know how to entertain. The hard-working band has twice appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" and shared the stage with the likes of Jethro Tull, Chris Isaak and Great Big Sea, to name a few. The band's ability to jam makes each live show a one-of-a-kind experience, so don't miss them when they rock the The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Prog Rockers Ambrosia ("How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me") Live in Concert
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

While many people are familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also range to progressive and experimental. They're as comfortable with ballads as with driving rock 'n' roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "Holdin' On To Yesterday," "Nice, Nice, Very Nice," "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part Of Me." "You're The Only Woman" and a cover of the Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour." See them live in concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills, with Clockwork City opening the show.

Offer Dates: December 8

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Cinderella's Tom Keifer Rocks The Canyon
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer comes to The Canyon in support of his album "The Way Life Goes". The singer, songwriter and guitarist has led the Philly rock band for 30 years and is excited to bring his raw, introspective solo work to both fans of the band and new listeners. His new material follows the last 15 years of his life, from being told that he'd never sing again due to a partially paralyzed vocal cord, to the emotional and personal battles that followed. Keifer will perform both his new blend of blues, rock and country, as well as classic Cinderella hits, when he visits Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Poco: Country-Rock Pioneers ("Crazy Love")
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

When Buffalo Springfield disbanded in '68, Poco popped up. These country-rock pioneers saw platinum success early on in their careers and continued to release a string of hits, including "Spellbound," "Keep On Tryin'," "Good Feelin' To Know" and the classic "Heart of the Night." Four decades later, founder Rusty Young still leads the band. Now Poco comes to The Canyon in Agoura Hills to perform both new tunes and their signature songs, like chart-toppers "Crazy Love" and "Call It Love," which Young wrote and sang.

Offer Dates: November 10

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


"Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles" Bus Tour
at Esotouric Bus, at The Daily Dose, Los Angeles

Hollywood bungalows ... crime ... smog ... death. Explore the mean streets that shaped pulp-fiction author Raymond Chandler's writing in a four-hour tour of downtown, Hollywood and surrounding areas. You'll visit the Los Angeles Athletic Club, the Larry Edmunds Bookshop, the Hotel Van Nuys, Paramount Studio's gates and much more, including a Chandler-themed gelato stop at East Hollywood cult favorite Scoops. Throughout the tour, your guide will share facts gleaned from published works, private correspondence, screenplays and film adaptations that reveal Chandler's search for meaning and his anti-hero Philip Marlowe's struggle to not be pigeonholed -- which led them both down the rabbit hole of isolation, depression and drink.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Spencer Day: Jazz-Pop Singer Debuts New Album
at Catalina Bar and Grill, Hollywood

Spencer Day will no doubt make it another night to remember as he takes the stage at Hollywood's Catalina Bar and Grill to premiere songs from his new album, "Angel City". Often compared to Michael Bublé and Rufus Wainwright for his charm and velvety smooth baritone, Day's wowed audiences at prestigious venues around the world, including the Hollywood Bowl, Washington D.C.'s Kennedy Center and New York's Birdland. His album "Daybreak" debuted at the top spot on iTunes' Jazz Chart, and though he's a Great American Songbook specialist, he also writes and performs his own tunes.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $25 - $35  |  Our Price: $15 - $21


Reggae Band One Drop
at SOL Venue, Carson

The San Diego-based band known as One Drop brings their singular brand of SoCal reggae to SOL Venue in Carson. Embracing the classic spirit of Jamaican roots and dub ("One drop," after all, being the name of the traditional drum beat popularized by The Wailers), the quintet also blends R&B, pop and rock elements into their groove-filled originals. The group's released two popular discs, which are mainstays on the iTunes reggae charts. Innerwaves and Back-Bone are set to open the show.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Dreamy Dance Performance "High Fantasy"
at Highways Performance Space and Gallery, Santa Monica

Inspired by the magical time of the season, Kim Thompson and Jimi Cabeza de Vaca's "High Fantasy" is a carefully choreographed passage through a dreamy landscape of shifting scenery, feelings and characters. Dancers take to Santa Monica's Highways Performance Space and Gallery to embody the balance of space, the poetics of dualities and the distortion of time. They are accompanied by a modern chamber orchestra along with elements of installation, visual projection and theater.

Offer Dates: October 27, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Funk Legends Tower of Power at the Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

For more than four decades, Oakland natives Tower of Power have been entertaining audiences with their unique brand of funky, brass-heavy soul and R&B. The legendary 10-piece outfit is best known for a string of soulful radio hits in the 1970s, including "You're Still a Young Man," "So Very Hard to Go," "What is Hip?" and "Don't Change Horses (in the Middle of a Stream)." Founded in 1968 and still going strong, you can see them live when they headline The Canyon. Sayed Sabrina opens the concert.

Offer Dates: December 16

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


R&B/Soul Masters The Spinners at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

American soul group The Spinners have been churning out classic tunes for more than 60 years. Along the way they've acquired 12 gold records, with hits on both the pop and R&B charts -- hits that include "The Rubberband Man," "Working My Way Back to You," "Then Came You," "Games People Play" and many more. Original member Henry Fambrough is joined onstage by four other talented singers and a soul-infused five-piece band. Whether these tunes harken back to a memorable time of your life or you're hearing them for the first time, this concert at The Rose in Pasadena will bring out the soul lover in you.

Offer Dates: February 23

Full Price: $39  |  Our Price: $23


'70s Stars Ambrosia ("How Much I Feel")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

While you're probably familiar with Ambrosia's radio hits of the '70s, the songs on their five albums also hit on progressive and experimental. This group, which was originally labeled as America's answer to English acts like Yes and King Crimson, is as comfortable with ballads as with driving rock 'n' roll. They can be serious, they can be playful -- but the music is always rich and the harmonies are beautifully blended. Some of their hits include "How Much I Feel," "Biggest Part of Me," "You're the Only Woman" and a cover of The Beatles' "Magical Mystery Tour." See them live in concert at The Canyon in Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: February 24

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Spy Hunt -- Follow Clues Through Long Beach
at East Village Arts District, Long Beach

Whether its James Bond, Jason Bourne or Nikita, you can channel your inner super agent and join in a race to catch an enemy ambassador before confidential information is compromised! A shaken cocktail of escape room puzzles, murder mystery intrigue and "Amazing Race"-inspired challenges, Spy Hunt is a unique experience at Long Beach's East Village Arts District where competing teams of spies are sent on an exciting adventure where they must capture an old arch nemesis-- and the only way to complete the mission is to crack brain-teasing riddles, tricky clues, hidden messages and more. You'll need to combine teamwork and intellect if you want to get one step closer to your target.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Kenny Loggins ("This Is It, Footloose"): Soft Rock Legend on the Road
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

The guy who first gained fame as part of the duo Loggins and Messina, then became the two-time Grammy-winning "King of the Soundtrack," "then" wrote and released several successful children's albums, and now is a part of the current country trio Blue Sky Riders, returns to The Canyon with hits from his dozen platinum albums. Among the soft rocker's instantly-recognizable songs are smash singles like "Footloose," "Danger Zone," "Celebrate Me Home," "I'm Alright," "This Is It," "Whenever I Call You 'Friend'," "For the First Time" and "Nobody's Fool."

Offer Dates: December 3

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Music, Dance, Theater & More at Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz
at Theatre Raymond Kabbaz, Le Lycee Francais de Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Located on the campus of renowned bilingual school Le Lycée Francais de Los Angeles, Théâtre Raymond Kabbaz showcases a broad spectrum of the arts -- from modern and contemporary dance to classical concerts to children's theater. The space has become known as a cross-cultural hub where Angelenos can experience plays, music, films and more. Whether stage-filling orchestral arrangements or intimate solo appearances, the TRK hosts an eclectic assortment of performers from around the globe. See the event description for a full listing of upcoming performances.

Offer Dates: October 26

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Hip-Hop Artist Shwayze ("Corona and Lime")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Shwayze aka Aaron Smith is more than just your Corona, lime and main squeeze -- His first single "Buzzin'" not only made "Billboard"'s Top 100 Charts, but also inspired a reality TV series on MTV and was featured in Pontiac commercials. Working mostly with Grammy-nominated producer Cisco Adler, the two created a laid back sound that spoke on behalf of Smith's West Coast upbringing in Malibu, California. Shwayze's music is laden with hip-hop beats and acoustic guitars that make for an easy-listening experience, and now the self-proclaimed King of Summer brings those coastal vibes to The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: January 7

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


Jefferson Starship: Rock Veterans at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Jefferson Airplane was one of the biggest rock groups of the 1960s. The psych-rock legends performed at Woodstock, Monterey and at Altamont with the Rolling Stones. They also regularly shared a bill with the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. The band became known as Jefferson Starship in 1974 and they've gone on to play more than 2,000 concerts. Songs like "White Rabbit," "Somebody to Love" and "We Built This City" still resonate to this day, and now you can see Jefferson Starship in concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: April 6

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


English Pop Legend Petula Clark
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Legendary singer and Grammy Hall of Fame Award recipient Petula Clark comes to the stage of The Canyon Santa Clarita. The multiple Grammy-winning singer known for hits like"Downtown," "I Know A Place" and "My Love" in the 1960s has sold nearly 70 million records over a lengthy career that started during World War II. She's also appeared in over 30 films, including "Finian's Rainbow" and "Goodbye Mr. Chips", enjoyed success as a Las Vegas superstar, appeared on Broadway, and achieved star status on the stages of London's West End. Be sure not to miss this treasured icon of entertainment in concert.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


John Hiatt and The Goners at the Saban
at Saban Theatre, Beverly Hills

The Americana artist the "Los Angeles Times" calls "one of rock's most astute singer-songwriters of the last 40 years" comes to the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills with his former backing band The Goners, featuring Sonny Landreth, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album and hit single "Slow Turning". John Hiatt's been nominated for a bunch of Grammy Awards, and his heartfelt, rootsy story songs have been covered by everybody from Bob Dylan and Bonnie Raitt to Eric Clapton and Iggy Pop. He's also had a couple hit tunes of his own, including "Have a Little Faith in Me." He's recently toured with Taj Mahal and Lyle Lovett, and he's released more than 20 albums since his start in 1974, including his well-reviewed latest, "Terms of My Surrender", featuring his signature mix of rock, country, blues and folk.

Offer Dates: January 26

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Los Angeles Club Crawl: Experience L.A.'s Vibrant Nightlife
at Golden Gopher, Los Angeles

By day, Los Angeles is all business. But when the lights go down on the City of Angels, it transforms into one of the hottest nightlife spots in the U.S. Now you can get an inside pass into some of L.A.'s coolest clubs and bars with these fun crawls. Get a taste of the vibrant party scene as you hop from one trendy spot to the next with a group of fellow partiers, with no cover charges and drink specials all night long. Party with dozens of locals and tourists and enjoy express entry to four hot L.A. nightlife venues: check in at local fave Golden Gopher, feel like you're partying in a museum (and enjoy a free welcome shot!) at Clifton's, take on the high-energy dance floor of Crocker Club, and party it up at The Reserve, which features a vintage bank vault basement club with dance floors and DJs.

Offer Dates: November 18, December 9

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $18


Jefferson Starship: Rock Veterans at The Canyon
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Jefferson Airplane was one of the biggest rock groups of the 1960s. The psych-rock legends performed at Woodstock, Monterey and at Altamont with the Rolling Stones. They also regularly shared a bill with the Grateful Dead and Janis Joplin. The band became known as Jefferson Starship in 1974 and they've gone on to play more than 2,000 concerts. Songs like "White Rabbit," "Somebody to Love" and "We Built This City" still resonate to this day, and now you can see Jefferson Starship in concert at The Canyon in Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: January 20

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Ivan Amodei: New Magic, Live Music
at Four Seasons Hotel Westlake, Westlake Village

From an intimate, candlelit luxury suite inside the Four Seasons Hotel Westlake, magician Ivan Amodei performs mystery, comedy and magic mere feet from audience members. Accompanied by live music from concert cellist Irina Chirkova, Amodei will manipulate time, uncover stunning coincidences and even alter someone's fate. The current winner of CW's" Pen & Teller: Fool Us", this highly skilled performer's amazing sleight-of-hand technique and great comedic timing have earned him the reputation of "Entertainer to the Stars." During this 90-minute show, you'll see spectacular psychological illusions, mind-bending brain games, as well as the incredible illusion that left Penn & Teller speechless.

Offer Dates: December 2, December 2

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $36


The Black Veils Bring Edgy Burlesque to Harvelle's Long Beach
at Harvelle's Long Beach, Long Beach

Harvelle's Long Beach gets extra steamy when the talented Black Veils Troupe brings their sexy goth-inspired burlesque to the stage. A group of skilled dancers, these women come with an air of mystery, simple masques covering their eyes -- yet long locks of hair fly. The ladies entrance with sultry, hip-heavy moves, suggestive chair dances and even aerial silks.

Offer Dates: November 22, December 21

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


Musical Pioneer Todd Rundgren at The Canyon
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Innovative musician Todd Rundgren has enjoyed a wide-ranging musical career. The leader of bands Utopia and The Nazz, Rundgren has also had success as a solo artist, and was one of the most sought-after producers and recording engineers of the '70s and '80s, working with acts as diverse as Meatloaf, Hall and Oates, Patti Smith and Cheap Trick. Rundgren is known as a champion of technology; his innovations include the first commercially released music video and the first interactive compact disc. Enjoy an unpredictable evening with Rundgren as he performs live at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 27

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Singer-Songwriter Casey Abrams ("American Idol")
at James Armstrong Theater at Torrance Cultural Arts Center, Torrance

Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and "American Idol" finalist Casey Abrams brings his combination of jazz, rock and blues to the James Armstrong Theater stage at Torrance Cultural Arts Center.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"Laugh Out Loud Comedy Night" With Jason Love at Paseo Camarillo Regency
at Paseo Camarillo Regency, Camarillo

Comedian Jason Love presents "Laugh Out Loud Comedy", featuring headliners with credits ranging from Showtime and Comedy Central to "The Tonight Show With Jay Leno", "Late Show With David Letterman" and "America's Got Talent". Round up your friends or take your sweetheart, and celebrate hump day monthly at the Paseo Camarillo Regency with some of the hottest stand-up comedians around and movie-theater concessions available for purchase. It's 90 minutes of live, "TV clean" laughs.

Offer Dates: October 18, November 1, December 6, January 3, February 7, March 7

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


East L.A.'s True Crime Stories Revealed: East Side Babylon Crime Bus Tour
at Esotouric Bus, at The Daily Dose, Los Angeles

This four-hour bus tour will send chills down your spine. The devoted and demented crime historians of Esotouric Bus Adventures have been stockpiling hideous 20th-century crime tales from the east side of the Los Angeles River. During your ride, you'll discover fascinating, little-known neighborhoods and the grim memories they hold. You'll visit Boyle Heights (where the infamous Night Stalker was captured and a mad dad ran amok), Evergreen (L.A.'s oldest cemetery), Commerce (where one small neighborhood's myriad crimes will shock and surprise) and much more on Esotouric's exploration of L.A.'s most horrifying forgotten crimes.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $58  |  Our Price: $29


Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes: Jersey Legends at The Canyon
at The Rose, Pasadena

In the holy trinity of New Jersey rock, there's the Boss, Bon Jovi and ... Southside Johnny. Since the early '70s when Johnny and his band, the Asbury Jukes, swapped songs and members with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Southside Johnny has been a mainstay of the tight-knit Garden State scene. Over the decades, the band has received serious national recognition, too. "Rolling Stone" named their record "Hearts of Stone" one of the best albums of the '70s and '80s and their signature singles like "I Don't Want to Go Home," "The Fever" and "Talk to Me" are cult hits. After producing more than 30 albums, several EPs and a box set, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes bring their classic blend of R&B, rock, soul and blistering horns to The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


New Year's Pub Crawl Through Santa Monica
at Circle Bar, Santa Monica

Bid an appropriate farewell to 2017 with a raging pub crawl through Santa Monica. Drink specials and cover charge-free venues make it easy to party harder, and with drafts at just four bucks and two-for-$16 premiums and champagne, you won't break the piggy bank within the first few hours of the new year. Whether you bring a group or show up solo, pub crawls are the perfect way to meet people from all over the world. If you join the crew for the bonus after-party, you may end up making friends that'll last you through 2018 and beyond.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Boogie Knights Disco Revival Stars Celebrate Turkey Day
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

These knights don't ride horses or sit at a round table, and instead of thick armor and chainmail they prefer bell-bottoms, fringed jackets and out-of-this-world hair. For more than 20 years, the Boogie Knights have been one of America's top disco revival shows, covering everything from the Bee Gees to K.C. and the Sunshine Band to Heatwave. They've performed for more than two million people across America and beyond and made appearances on MTV and at major stadium sporting events. Now these polyester-clad, wah-wah pedaling disco virtuosos are coming to The Canyon Santa Clarita for some pre-Turkey Day festivities, and you can bet they'll be rocking those bell-bottoms.

Offer Dates: November 22, February 9

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16 - $18


Secondhand Serenade's "Awake" Anniversary Tour
at Libbey Bowl, Ojai

Before there was Instagram or Snapchat or Facebook, John Vesely knew how to use the internet to find success as a musician. Having originally risen to prominence through Myspace, the vocalist, pianist and guitarist known as Secondhand Serenade released his first album, "Awake", in 2007. That led to filling concert venues where he sang emo-pop tunes (like his hit single "Fall For You") that made women and men alike swoon. After a brief break from touring, Secondhand Serenade returns to the stage in support of his 10-year anniversary album, also called "Awake". Catch them at Ojai's Libbey Bowl.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $17


Queen Tribute Queen Nation Will Rock You
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Queen Nation has sold out venues throughout the state with its grand re-creation of rock legends Queen and their larger-than-life frontman Freddie Mercury. "Tribute Band Magazine" has called Queen Nation's renditions of "Somebody to Love," "We Are the Champions," "Bohemian Rhapsody" and other classic Queen hits "hauntingly realistic," and now this stellar tribute act is ready to rock you. From the band's image to its signature sound and stage personas, Queen Nation performs a retrospective Queen tribute show that's pitch-perfect in both music and rock 'n' roll spirit. Fleetwood Mac tribute Mirage opens for Queen Nation at The Canyon.

Offer Dates: November 25

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


"The Santaland Diaries", David Sedaris' Hilarious Anti-Holiday Favorite
at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse, Santa Monica

Craving a little splash of vodka in your Christmas cheer? Prefer watching "Bad Santa" over "It's a Wonderful Life"? Think naughty > nice? David Sedaris sympathizes. In 1992, the now-famous humorist wrote an autobiographical essay about being broke and working as an elf at the massive Macy's department store in New York. The essay was adapted into a one-man show, and it's now the funniest, most irreverent anti-holiday classic. If you need a break from a crazy family, mall madness or cloying carols, Patrick Censoplano dons the candy-cane tights for a heaping dose of (anti)holiday hilarity in "The Santaland Diaries" at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse. Arrive half an hour early for a little extra cheer -- your ticket includes a pre-show toast with a glass of champagne or nonalcoholic eggnog.

Offer Dates: November 30, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 15, December 16, December 17

Full Price: $19.50 - $29.50  |  Our Price: $9.75 - $14.75


Cinderella's Tom Keifer Rocks The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

Cinderella frontman Tom Keifer comes to The Rose in support of his album "The Way Life Goes". The singer, songwriter and guitarist has led the Philly rock band for 30 years and is excited to bring his raw, introspective solo work to both fans of the band and new listeners. His new material follows the last 15 years of his life, from being told that he'd never sing again due to a partially paralyzed vocal cord, to the emotional and personal battles that followed. Keifer will perform both his new blend of blues, rock and country, as well as classic Cinderella hits when he visits Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 9

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Heavy Metal Legends Dokken
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

One of the most popular hard rock bands of the '80s, Dokken earned their metal street cred with Don Dokken's gritty vocals and fiery guitar solos. They sold over 10 million records worldwide and rose to the top of the pop-metal heap with sing-alongs like "In My Dreams" and "It's Not Love," not to mention their signature monster ballad "Alone Again." And these days, Dokken's still going strong, with veteran members Don Dokken on vocals and Mick Brown on drums, alongside guitarist Jon Levin and bassist Sean McNabb. Don't miss them in concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: February 23

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


"The Lovemaster" Craig Shoemaker at Levity Live
at Levity Live Comedy Club, Oxnard

"What are "you" laughin' at, baby? I'm the Looooovemaster!" One moment, you're watching Craig Shoemaker tell zippy one-liners, and the next he's transformed into The Lovemaster, his totally filthy, totally sex-obsessed and totally hilarious alter ego. The Lovemaster is crass, crude and always ready to unleash a barrage of sexual innuendos and double entendres so outrageously R-rated, you won't know if you're red in the face from laughing or from blushing. Named Funniest Male Stand-Up Comic by the American Comedy Awards, Shoemaker has performed on HBO's "Comic Relief", "The View" and his own Comedy Central special, not to mention appearances on shows like "Parks and Recreation" and MTV's "Awkward". Now he's bringing the funny -- and his cheeky alter ego, The Lovemaster -- to the Levity Live Comedy Club in Oxnard.

Offer Dates: November 16, November 17, November 17, November 18, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


Satirical '80s Band The Tubes ("She's a Beauty")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Whether you think of them as Monty Python with guitars or a real-life Spinal Tap turned up to 11, The Tubes pioneered the satirical, over-the-top concert extravaganzas of the '70s and MTV videos of the '80s, while still managing to hit No. 1 with their semi-serious New Wave hit "She's a Beauty." Mock bondage rituals, exploding televisions, roaring chainsaws, simulated sex -- it's all in a night's work for these legendary live rockers, who're still led by their enigmatic front man Fee Waybill, and who draw from a deep catalog of hits like "I Don't Want to Wait Anymore" and "White Punks on Dope" from several chart-topping albums. Mix in their wicked sense of humor, their on-stage antics and a large cult following and all the essentials are in place for a memorable NYE's Eve show at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: January 27

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Don McLean ("American Pie") Live at The Rose in Pasadena
at The Rose, Pasadena

Some of music's biggest stars -- from Elvis Presley ("And I Love You So") to Madonna (her No. 1 recording of "American Pie") -- have recorded one of legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean's classic hits. His most famous song, the iconic "American Pie," holds a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame and was voted No. 5 in a poll of the 365 "Songs of the 20th Century," but his other beloved tunes include "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)," "Castles in the Air," "And I Love You So" and "Crying." Since first hitting the charts in 1971, McLean's earned over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide, been inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame and been awarded the 2012 BBC Lifetime Achievement Award. See this great American troubadour in concert when he performs at The Rose in Pasadena with an opening set from Kelly's Lot.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Martha Davis and The Motels ("Only the Lonely," "Suddenly Last Summer")
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

New Wave icons and early MTV pioneers The Motels had Top 10 hits with "Only the Lonely" and "Suddenly Last Summer," making room for themselves as one of the top bands of the '80s. It doesn't hurt that they're fronted by Martha Davis, a woman the "Los Angeles Times" called "arguably the most charismatic female performer in rock," whose soulful vocals are instantly recognizable, as are many of the Motels' other hits, including "Take the L," "Shame," "Shock," "Icy Red" and "Mission of Mercy." The band continues to tour and record, and you can catch them on stage at the Lewis Family Playhouse in Rancho Cucamonga.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


L.A. Connection's "2001: An Improv Odyssey"
at LA Connection Comedy Theatre, Burbank

L.A. Connection is moving its weekly flagship show from its Sherman Oaks Comedy Theatre to Burbank. In "2001: An Improv Odyssey", a rotating cast of veteran performers present short-form improv scenes and games in the style of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" They're known for their heavy interaction with the crowd, sometimes even inviting audience members up on stage to assist with popular recurring features like "Supply the Word" and "Repeat Performance." It's the same big laughs, just a different location!

Offer Dates: October 21, October 28, November 4, November 11, November 18, November 25, December 2, December 9, December 16, December 23, December 30

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $4


Everyone's a Suspect at "The Dinner Detective" Interactive Murder Mystery Show
at The Gardens at Los Robles Greens, Thousand Oaks

Now entertaining amateur sleuths across the country, "The Dinner Detective" makes its way to The Gardens at Los Robles Greens in Thousand Oaks to serve up a tasty whodunit along with a four-course dinner. And since this comedic murder mystery is set in the present day, you'll have no way of knowing whether someone at your table is just another guest or one of the talented cast of improvisers. In fact, everyone's a suspect -- including you. The event starts out with a reception featuring tray-passed hors d'oeuvres, followed by the meal, which includes salad, an entree and dessert. Between courses you can expect plenty of murder, mayhem and hidden clues coming to light as you puzzle through the crime. The top sleuth even wins a prize package at the end of the evening -- not to mention serious bragging rights.

Offer Dates: October 21, November 18

Full Price: $92  |  Our Price: $59


"TRiPTease Burlesque": The Dollface Dames Perform With Live Band
at TRIP, Santa Moncia

Enjoy a little bump and grind when the Dollface Dames get their groove on with a helping hand from L.A.'s hottest party band, Lounge-O-Rama. The ladies combine the art of the tease with fan dances, pointe, tap, belly dance, contortion, hoop tricks, bar dancing and more. The monthly show features a rotating cast performing theatrical burlesque acts, so it's never the same show twice. You're in for a night of fun and fantasy as the lights dim at TRiP Santa Monica, an intimate venue serving wine, beer and light snacks.

Offer Dates: November 1, December 6

Full Price: $10 - $100  |  Our Price: $5 - $50


Salsa, Hip-Hop & Funk With Ozomatli
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

L.A. multicultural music icons Ozomatli come to The Canyon in Santa Clarita, armed with their signature mix of hip-hop, salsa, dancehall, samba, funk, garage rock, raga and more. Their melting pot of genres reflects their eclectic community, appealing to a large swath of people. Within a year of releasing their 1998 debut, these hometown heroes started touring with the legendary Carlos Santana. The following year, they scored a "Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album" Grammy for their 2001 album "Embrace the Chaos" and nabbed another statue in 2005. Nearly 20 years since exploding onto the scene, Ozomatli's shown no signs of slowing down, having played for President Obama, composed a theme song for the Dodgers and even served as Cultural Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department.

Offer Dates: December 8

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Speakeasy Comedy at Hollywood's The Setup: "Cocktails & Comedy"
at Three Clubs, Hollywood

Set in the back room of the Three Clubs lounge, where Dean Martin used to drink, the speakeasy vibe comes to Hollywood with a host of talented performers. A revolving door of touring stand-up comics, late-night writers, movie stars and more grace the stage at this special night of entertainment. The speakeasy style and comedy format began in San Francisco, garnering attention as a unique and memorable comedy night in the back room of a craft beer bar. Join the party at Hollywood's original martini lounge, which was featured in the cult classic film "Swingers" and take a load off as you enjoy a great roster of performers amidst classic, retro ambiance.

Offer Dates: October 26, December 28

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Live Music & Dancing at "Country Girls Shake It"
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Join award-winning songwriter Glitter Rose ("American Girl"), musician and actor Sean McNabb (Tacoma on "Sons of Anarchy") and more as they bring a whole lotta country fun to The Canyon Santa Clarita with "Country Girls Shake It". Dance the night away to your favorite country tunes, try to beat your best time on the mechanical bull, and sing along to Hot Country's live renditions of hits by Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan and Miranda Lambert, along with faves by Brooks and Dunn, Shania Twain and Johnny Cash. Whether you're down for a line dance to "Boot Scootin' Boogie" or ready to shake it to "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)," it's a great way to get your country fix.

Offer Dates: November 15, November 29, December 6, December 13, December 20

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


'90s Alt-Rockers Dishwalla ("Counting Blue Cars")
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

"Counting Blue Cars" -- with its grunge-y guitar riffs and angsty chorus ("Tell me all your thoughts on God...") -- helped Santa Barbara-born band Dishwalla scale the 1996 alternative rock charts and pick up a "Billboard" Best Rock Song nod. With a career spanning nearly two decades and five albums, Dishwalla keeps the '90s spirit alive touring with acts like Collective Soul and Tonic. Now, they roll through Santa Clarita, headlining at the new live music venue The Canyon as they celebrate the 20th anniversary of their breakout album "Pet Your Friends".

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


'80s New Wave Cover Nerds & Fleetwood Mac Tribute
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

It's a musical flashback from the past as The Spazmatics and Mirage take over The Canyon. Playing retro radio hits from "Whip It!" to "We Got the Beat" to "Turning Japanese," the New Wave nerds-that-rock, the Spazmatics, play host to an unstoppable '80s dance party. With their outstanding musicianship and high-energy stage presence, they'll have you dancing and partying like you're back in the '80s again. By the time they get to the Depeche Mode medley, you'll have experienced all the Men at Work and Missing Persons you can handle and still be "Hungry Like the Wolf" for more. Paying tribute to the bestselling pop rock supergroup Fleetwood Mac, Mirage Mirage re-creates the look and sound of the '70s icons with this spot-on concert, including live versions of memorable hits like "Go Your Own Way," "Don't Stop," "The Chain," "Dreams," "Rhiannon." Forget the time machine -- with these bands, it'll feel like you're right there watching the real thing.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Hard Rock Pioneers Y&T
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Oakland rock band Y&T formed in the early '70s, with their frenzied hard-rock sound influencing acts ranging from Mötley Crüe to Metallica. They toured with Ozzy Osbourne, AC/DC, Aerosmith and many more rock legends. The group released the amazingly titled "Facemelter" in 2010, their first new studio album in 13 years, and their back catalog features over ten more studio albums and several live recordings. Still led by lead singer and guitarist Dave Meniketti, they continue to rock the stage after 40 years, proving their mettle live at The Canyon Santa Clarita. The group has spawned 18 albums, four greatest hits collections, a box set and has sold over four million albums since their inception.

Offer Dates: April 20

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Young Dubliners: Hard Rocking Celts at The Canyon
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

The best person to describe what the Young Dubliners sound like is the front man of the band, who presents a delicious rock 'n' roll vision to pin down their sound: "It's like if Pearl Jam and The Chieftains got together with a cup of U2." It's a perfect description of what they do best -- take traditional Irish tunes and throw away the tradition, creating an exciting burst of pure musical joy. They started as a pub band, which is a staple in their native Ireland, but is a much rarer phenomenon in L.A. This novelty soon attracted a following of indie rockers who packed their Santa Monica pub every weekend. Renowned for their intense live shows, you won't want to miss them in their element at The Canyon in Santa Clarita. The Young Dubliners are legendary for their high-energy improvisational style and their ability to jam out, so a venue like the Canyon is where they really shine.

Offer Dates: January 12

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


The Spazmatics: '80s New Wave Cover Nerds
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Playing retro radio hits from "Whip It!" to "We Got the Beat" to "Turning Japanese," the New Wave nerds-that-rock, the Spazmatics, play host to an unstoppable '80s dance party. Clad in their finest geek-chic costumes, complete with pocket protectors, the Spazmatics will blow your parachute pants away at The Canyon in Agoura Hills. With their outstanding musicianship and high-energy stage presence, they'll have you dancing and partying like you're back in the '80s again. By the time they get to the Depeche Mode medley, you'll have experienced all the Men at Work and Missing Persons you can handle and still be "Hungry Like the Wolf" for more.

Offer Dates: November 22

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $15


Brand X: Prog Rock-Jazz-Fusion Legends
at The Rose, Pasadena

Once including Phil Collins on drums, progressive jazz fusion band Brand X has influenced bands from Phish to Dream Theatre. The group released more than a dozen albums and went through several lineup changes before calling it quits in 1999, but they're back doing what they love. They'll be playing all of your favorites, including hits from their first three acclaimed albums, "Unorthodox Behavior", "Moroccan Roll" and "Livestock". The band's sound is as rich and distinct as ever, capturing the same magic as they play The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: November 19

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Holiday Treat "The Wakefield Second Shepherds Play "
at Long Beach Shakespeare Company's Richard Goad Theatre, Long Beach

"The Wakefield Second Shepherds Play " is a 14th-century Christmas pageant written by the man known only as "The Wakefield Master." The production features comedy and ritual, and original and classic holiday music. See this Yuletide feast for the eyes and ears at the Long Beach Shakespeare Company's Richard Goad Theatre.

Offer Dates: November 24, November 25, November 26, December 2, December 3, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 15, December 16, December 17

Full Price: $22.50  |  Our Price: $11.25


Stage & TV Star Shares Songs & Stories in "I'm Not Famous - A Musical Journey With Barbara Minkus"
at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse, Santa Monica

An iconic actress and comedian who found success on TV (she was a series regular on "Love American Style" and appeared a record 20 times on "The Merv Griffin Show") and the Broadway stage (in shows like "The Education of Hyman Kaplan" and the national tour of "Funny Girl"), the always delightful Barbara Minkus now shares her most private memories, personal anecdotes and favorite tunes in "I'm Not Famous", a journey of story and song at The Other Space at Santa Monica Playhouse. She may not be "famous," but she's certainly had one heck of a show biz career, and now you can follow all its twists and turns -- from Broadway to Hollywood and back again -- in this crowd-pleasing new show.

Offer Dates: November 5, November 12, November 19, November 26

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


George Lynch (Dokken) & His Lynch Mob
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

As lead guitarist for multi-platinum metal band Dokken, George Lynch became one of the 1980s' most influential shredders. His inventive and intricate guitar work on songs like his signature instrumental track "Mr. Scary" put the band at the forefront of the headbanging scene, earned them a Grammy nomination and cemented Lynch a spot on "Guitar World" magazine's list of the 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time. But Lynch didn't rest on his laurels. After Dokken, he formed Lynch Mob, scoring more hits with "Wicked Sensation," "River Of Love" and "Dream Until Tomorrow." The band's latest album "Rebel" was released in 2015, and now they're playing a concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita, where Lynch's blazing fretwork will be on full display.

Offer Dates: November 25

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Aussie Pop Legends Little River Band at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Let your heart soar as chart-topping Australian rockers Little River Band bring their high-energy guitar (and keytar) harmonies and stirring vocals to The Canyon. With unforgettable tracks such as "Reminiscing," "Lady," "Lonesome Loser" and "It's a Long Way There," they were one of the biggest hit-makers of the '70s and '80s, churning out more than a dozen Top 40 songs on the U.S. charts alone, and selling more than 30 million albums worldwide. Now, more than four decades into an incredible career, Little River Band show no signs of slowing, infusing pop classics with dynamic new arrangements that will take your breath away at this special concert in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: January 21

Full Price: $73  |  Our Price: $40


Berlin Featuring Terri Nunn ("Take My Breath Away")
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

New Wave pop group Berlin was one of the top hitmakers of the 1980s, particularly after the iconic appearance of their hit song "Take My Breath Away" in the movie "Top Gun". Berlin's unforgettable melodies and cutting edge synth-pop sound earned them such hits as "No More Words," "Masquerade" and "The Metro." To this day, the band is led by sizzling vocalist Terri Nunn, who earned the No. 11 spot on VH1's list of the "100 Greatest Women in Rock."

Offer Dates: December 9

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Led Zeppelin Tribute Band Led Zepagain
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Led Zeppelin tribute band Led Zepagain faithfully and soulfully recreates the ultimate Led Zep experience in concert, with such classic songs as "Stairway to Heaven," "Rock 'n' Roll" and "Black Dog." In fact, Led Zepagain was paid the highest compliment ever when Jimmy Page caught their show at the House of Blues in Hollywood. After watching the show, he requested to meet the band in the dressing room and praised them for their accuracy. See them live in concert at The Canyon and marvel at the riffs, the melodies, the whole experience.

Offer Dates: January 6

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Gary Puckett & The Union Gap at The Rose
at The Rose, Pasadena

One of the most successful groups of the 1960s, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap sold more records in 1968 than any other act -- including the Beatles -- thanks to the top 10 singles "Young Girl" and "Lady Willpower." With his unmistakable baritone, Puckett led the Union Gap to six consecutive gold records, and even a special White House performance for Richard Nixon and Prince Charles. Over the years, the group's legacy in rock and roll has been cemented, and now they're favorites on the tour circuit. Expect to hear the classics and a few surprises when this well-oiled band of rock legends comes to The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: March 10

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Journey Tribute DSB
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

DSB, America's top Journey tribute band, is famed for note-perfect, emotionally committed renditions of "Lights," "Any Way You Want It," "Wheel in the Sky," "Faithfully," "Open Arms," "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" and, of course, the hit that gave the band its name, "Don't Stop Believin'." Based in Los Angeles, DSB tours far and wide with a band of world-class musicians who capture the lush, signature sound of Steve Perry and Journey in their prime while bringing a fresh energy to these classic songs. See them live i concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone: A Night of '60s Hits
at The Rose, Pasadena

Part of the British Invasion that produced the Beatles and the Stones, Herman's Hermits made their mark on the pop charts with more than 60 millions records sold. Led by charismatic singer Peter Noone, the band put up hit after hit in the '60s including "I'm Into Something Good," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter," "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "There's a Kind of Hush," "A Must To Avoid," the novelty classic "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," and many more. Decades later, Noone's extraordinary talent, wit and compelling stage presence still delight loyal fans, who call themselves Noonatics. Don't miss this chance to experience one of the original English beat bands live in concert at The Rose in Pasadena.

Offer Dates: January 18

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Country Singer Will Hoge & Dan Layus (Augustana)
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

NPR praised Will Hoge's "sharp, smart, passionate rock 'n' roll that seems to exist out of time." Though his heart's based in Nashville, Will's music embraces the broad scope of American life, with appeal that's taken him from a regional artist to one with a nationwide following. His honest songs offer the cathartic experience of the blues, with stories that all of us can recognize. Will's toured with the likes of My Morning Jacket, the Black Crowes, and Drive-By Truckers, and enjoyed platinum success with his song "Even If It Breaks Your Heart," which featured prominently in the hit TV show "Nashville". Now you can see Will live at The Canyon Santa Clarita, with special guest Dan Layus of Augustana opening the show.

Offer Dates: November 9

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


Gary Puckett & The Union Gap at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

One of the most successful groups of the 1960s, Gary Puckett & The Union Gap sold more records in 1968 than any other act -- including the Beatles -- thanks to the top 10 singles "Young Girl" and "Lady Willpower." With his unmistakable baritone, Puckett led the Union Gap to six consecutive gold records, and even a special White House performance for Richard Nixon and Prince Charles. Over the years, the group's legacy in rock and roll has been cemented, and now they're favorites on the tour circuit. Expect to hear the classics and a few surprises when this well-oiled band of rock legends comes to The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: March 11

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Gary Hoey's "Ho Ho Hoey Rockin' Holiday Show" at Saint Rocke
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

Virtuoso rock guitarist Gary Hoey may be best-known for his Top 5 cover of "Hocus Pocus" and his tours with the likes of Joe Satriani, Peter Frampton, Foreigner, the Doobie Brothers and Queen's Brian May. But his amped up take on holiday tunes is gaining a reputation all its own. For this "Ho Ho Hoey Rockin' Holiday Show", the guitarist -- who's equally renowned as a master of blues-rock and surf rock -- will play a show that's filled with holiday classics from his popular "Ho Ho Hoey" Christmas album series, along with his other (non-seasonal) hits. He'll share the stage with guitarist Mark Castrillion and Moondog.

Offer Dates: December 17

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Southside Johnny & The Asbury Jukes: Jersey Legends at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

In the holy trinity of New Jersey rock, there's the Boss, Bon Jovi and ... Southside Johnny. Since the early '70s when Johnny and his band, the Asbury Jukes, swapped songs and members with Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Southside Johnny has been a mainstay of the tight-knit Garden State scene. Over the decades, the band has received serious national recognition, too. "Rolling Stone" named their record "Hearts of Stone" one of the best albums of the '70s and '80s and their signature singles like "I Don't Want to Go Home," "The Fever" and "Talk to Me" are cult hits. After producing more than 30 albums, several EPs and a box set, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes bring their classic blend of R&B, rock, soul and blistering horns to The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Latin Grammy Winner Gianmarco Performs His New Album "Libre"
at Alex Theatre, Glendale

Gian Marco Javier Zignago Alcóvar -- known to his fans as Gianmarco -- is widely considered to be one of the best singer-songwriters in Peruvian history. Over the course of his illustrious 25-year career he has grown an international fanbase, performed with acclaimed artists like Marc Anthony, Alejandro Fernandez and Gloria Estefan, and won the Latin Grammy for Best Singer-Songwriter Album three times. In this show at the Alex Theater in Los Angeles, Gianmarco is thrilling audiences with songs from his latest studio album, "Libre".

Offer Dates: November 5

Full Price: $71.40  |  Our Price: $51.50


Actor and Pop Singer Drake Bell at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

While he's best known for starring in Nickelodeon's "Drake & Josh" and "The Amanda Show", Drake Bell enjoys an alternate career as a successful singer-songwriter. With a style ranging from rockabilly to pop, the Teen Choice Award winner has released several charting albums, including "Ready Steady Go!", which featured the singles "Bitchcraft" and "I Won't Stand In Your Way," both of which featured guitar hero Brian Setzer. The album also contained covers of songs by Queen, Billy Joel and The Kinks. Bell recently released the EP "Honest", and now he comes to The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


"Total LA": Go Deep on a Fun Day-Long City Tour
at Hollywood Boulevard Walk of Fame via Los Angeles Urban Adventures, Los Angeles

Want to get away but lack the time or money? This daylong tour "takes you away" to all the best that Los Angeles has to offer. Explore on foot and by public transit as you get a feel for what it really means to live in Los Angeles. Sure, you'll see all the tourist musts like the Hollywood sign, Rodeo Drive and Venice Beach, but you'll also visit a hidden garden oasis on Hollywood Boulevard, learn about film and television history at a local media museum, and take a bike ride along the Pacific Ocean's famous beach path. Locals know that the best lunch to be had isn't in a fancy restaurant, but at the Farmers Market, which is a historic landmark that's been running continuously since 1934. You'll grab lunch from one (or more) of the plethora of food vendors before heading to a bakery and then on to a stroll along the glamorous Rodeo Drive. By the end of this 8-hour guided adventure, you'll come away feeling like you've gotten away -- and having a new appreciation for this wonderful city.

Offer Dates: October 21

Full Price: $119  |  Our Price: $71.40


Johnny Rivers ("Secret Agent Man"): Rock Legend at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

One of the greatest go-go rockers of all time, Johnny Rivers is responsible for an amazing string of Top 10 hits -- both originals and covers -- that kicked off with 1964's "Memphis," continued through "Maybellene," "Midnight Special," "Poor Side of Town" and "Secret Agent Man," and ran right up to the late '70s with "Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie-Woogie Flu" and "Swayin' to the Music (Slow Dancin')." Also a Grammy-winning producer, Rivers has sold more than 30 million albums, and continues to tour, impressing fans with his still soulful voice and always-impressive guitar chops. Catch his latest concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: November 18

Full Price: n/a  |  Our Price: Sold Out


Photojournalist David Guttenfelder
at Fred Kavli Theatre, Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza, Thousand Oaks

From North Korea to Cuba, photojournalist David Guttenfelder has gained unprecedented, intimate access to nations isolated by politics, using his cameras to examine the way people really live and making connections around the world through social media. See "A Rare Look: North Korea to Cuba" when it comes to the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks as part of the "National Geographic Live" Series.

Offer Dates: October 27

Full Price: $39 - $49  |  Our Price: $20 - $27


"The Marvelous Wonderettes": '50s and '60s Musical Revue
at Crown City Theatre, North Hollywood

At Springfield High School, you better believe that the female population has hopes and dreams as big as their crinoline skirts! This holds especially true for the Wondrettes -- four gals with incredible voices who all want to make it big, and by the second act's 10-year high school reunion, you'll find out which of them did. The leading ladies keep this nostalgic romp rocking with their versions of '50s and '60s jukebox classics like "Lollipop," "Dream Lover," "Lipstick on Your Collar," "It's My Party" and many more. Discover for yourself why "The New York Times" called "The Marvelous Wonderettes" "an utter charm bomb" at this Crown City Theatre production in North Hollywood.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 26, December 1, December 2, December 3

Full Price: $15 - $25  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $12.50


John Hiatt and The Goners at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

The Americana artist the "Los Angeles Times" calls "one of rock's most astute singer-songwriters of the last 40 years" comes to The Canyon in Agoura Hills with his former backing band The Goners, featuring Sonny Landreth, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album and hit single "Slow Turning". John Hiatt's been nominated for a bunch of Grammy Awards, and his heartfelt, rootsy story songs have been covered by everybody from Bob Dylan and Bonnie Raitt to Eric Clapton and Iggy Pop. He's also had a couple hit tunes of his own, including "Have a Little Faith in Me." He's recently toured with Taj Mahal and Lyle Lovett, and he's released more than 20 albums since his start in 1974, including his well-reviewed latest, "Terms of My Surrender", featuring his signature mix of rock, country, blues and folk.

Offer Dates: January 27

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


Acoustic-Rocker Donavon Frankenreiter
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Pro surfer turned singer-songwriter Donavon Frankenreiter plays the kind of tasty laid-back grooves that make the perfect soundtrack for a day at the beach or a road trip up the coast. Fellow acoustic-rocker Jack Johnson signed Frankenreiter to his record label and co-produced his debut album, which also featured G. Love and gave us such catchy tunes as "It Don't Matter" and "Free." Frankenreiter's subsequent albums produced radio-friendly favorites like "Move By Yourself" and "Life, Love & Laughter." Now the charismatic, quick-witted performer is hitting the road to promote his latest release, "The Heart", with a stop in his homeland of Southern California at The Canyon Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: December 29

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Singer-Songwriter Don McLean ("American Pie," "Vincent")
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Some of music's biggest stars, from Elvis Presley ("And I Love You So") to George Michael ("The Grave"), have recorded one of legendary singer-songwriter Don McLean's classic hits. His most famous song, the iconic "American Pie," holds a spot in the Grammy Hall of Fame and was voted No. 5 in a poll of the 365 "Songs of the 20th Century," but his other beloved tunes include "Vincent (Starry, Starry Night)," "Castles in the Air," "And I Love You So" and "Crying." Since first hitting the charts in 1971, McLean's earned over 40 gold and platinum records worldwide, been inducted into the Songwriters' Hall of Fame and been awarded the 2012 BBC Lifetime Achievement Award. See this great American troubadour live when he performs at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: November 3

Full Price: $53  |  Our Price: $30


The Titans of '70s & '80s Soft Rock Tributes
at The Rose, Pasadena

Whether you call it "soft rock" or the more recently coined "yacht rock," the '70s and '80s had some of the greatest rock songs ever written, and Yachtley Crew puts dedication and commitment into having as much fun with them as possible. With their larger-than-life presence, group banter and onstage antics, the talented and tenured musicians of Los Angeles-based Yachtley Crew bring the not-so-heavy hits to the stage of The Rose in Pasadena for this killer concert. The donning of boat shoes is optional, but obviously encouraged.

Offer Dates: December 1

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Brand X: Prog Rock-Jazz-Fusion Legends
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Once including Phil Collins on drums, progressive jazz fusion band Brand X has influenced bands from Phish to Dream Theatre. The group released more than a dozen albums and went through several lineup changes before calling it quits in 1999, but they're back doing what they love. They'll be playing all of your favorites, including hits from their first three acclaimed albums, "Unorthodox Behavior", "Moroccan Roll" and "Livestock". The band's sound is as rich and distinct as ever, capturing the same magic as they play The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: November 17

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Musical Pioneer Todd Rundgren at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Innovative musician Todd Rundgren has enjoyed a wide-ranging musical career. The leader of bands Utopia and The Nazz, Rundgren has also had success as a solo artist, and was one of the most sought-after producers and recording engineers of the '70s and '80s, working with acts as diverse as Meatloaf, Hall and Oates, Patti Smith and Cheap Trick. Rundgren is known as a champion of technology; his innovations include the first commercially released music video and the first interactive compact disc. Enjoy an unpredictable evening with Rundgren as he performs live at The Canyon.

Offer Dates: December 30

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Cubensis: Grateful Dead Tribute
at Saint Rocke, Hermosa Beach

It's been a long, strange trip for the Grateful Dead tribute band Cubensis, but a successful one, as they've spent 30 years bringing the music of the world's best jam band to new life, adding their own improvisational grooves. Now setting up a monthly residency at Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach, Cubensis' spontaneous shows cover all eras of the Dead and Jerry Garcia Band, and are aimed at aspiring and already devoted Deadheads alike.

Offer Dates: October 29, November 4, December 23

Full Price: $10  |  Our Price: $5


Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra: Nouveau Flamenco at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Ottmar Liebert, renowned nouveau flamenco guitarist, and his band Luna Negra perform live at The Canyon. The five-time Grammy nominee has released 25 albums, earning 38 gold and platinum certifications in the USA, plus more awards around the world. His debut, 1990's double-platinum "Nouveau Flamenco", is one of the best-selling guitar albums ever.

Offer Dates: February 16

Full Price: $33  |  Our Price: $20


Celtic Rockers The Young Dubliners at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Like a raging Irish rain, The Young Dubliners immerse fans in torrents of hard-rocking melody and rhythm. At the top of the Celtic music scene, the Dubliners are a rag-tag team of Irish transplants and like-minded American rockers. Combined, they are a pugnacious music machine delivering Irish-flavored rock to rowdy pub tunes.

Offer Dates: December 23

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Grand Marque Champagne & Chocolate Tasting
at Mel & Rose Wine & Specialty Food, Los Angeles

The best bubbly in the world will be flowing at Mel & Rose Wine & Specialty Food, as they host their 21st annual tasting event, with live music from the Chris Corso Quartet. But along with the more than 75 Champagnes and sparkling wines available to sample, this upscale event also offers bites of European chocolates (world renowned chocolatier John Kelly will be presenting his chocolates), a variety of tray-passed appetizers and even Petrossian caviar. The biggest names in the Champagne biz, including Cristal, Bollinger, Dom Perignon and Krug, will be on hand with varietals ranging from non-vintage, vintage and rose to Blanc de Blancs, Prestige Cuvee and sweeter (Dose) styles, to sample and purchase.

Offer Dates: November 11

Full Price: $100  |  Our Price: $65


"Ignite Your Biz": Two-Day Business-Growth Workshop
at Courtyard by Marriott - Burbank Airport, Burbank

If you're looking to grow your business and attract more clients, this two-day seminar at the Courtyard by Marriott Burbank Airport is set to offer invaluable tips and tricks for success. A team of experts, including author and entrepreneur Sue Brooke, will walk you through how to create and optimize everything from your website and social-media channels to online sales systems and live streaming. Speakers will also give advice on marketing, branding, advertising and how to become a best-selling author. VIP tickets include special lunches and bonus sessions with the experts.

Offer Dates: October 22

Full Price: $297 - $497  |  Our Price: $148.50 - $248.50


Walking Tour Through Hollywood Guides You Through Local Spots
at Hollywood/Highland Metro Station, Hollywood

New to Los Angeles and want all the local hangs? Or are you just a visitor looking to uncover some hidden gems in the City of Angels? Locals on Tap has experts who are ready to show you a good time without the touristy mass of crowds in Hollywood, a spot that's way more than just the Walk of Fame and Hollywood Sign. Angelenos will give you insider tips that you can't find in the guidebooks, as well as show you around the neighborhood itself. You'll get to hang out with like-minded travelers too as you wander around Hollywood's historic theaters, entertainment industry hotspots and hip clubs. You'll finish off the tour at a local tap room with craft beer on draft. Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes for this experience that begins at the Hollywood and Highland Metro station.

Offer Dates: October 30

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $12


Improv Troupe The MaD JaCKRaTS' "Makin' a Movie"
at Theatre 68, North Hollywood

There's nothing quite as electrifying as live improvised comedy, and LPNSImprov troupe The MaD JaCKRaTS deliver a fun take on the art form with their monthly show "Makin' a Movie". Each show is made up of three segments, which kick off with a suggestion from you, the audience. The talented group of improvisers then runs with the idea, weaving it into a hilarious scene on the spot. Wacky characters, both new and recurring, will have you in stitches as they deal with whatever off-the-wall scenario you throw at them. Don't miss The MaD JaCKRaTS at Theatre 68 in North Hollywood.

Offer Dates: October 22, November 19

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Brand X: Prog Rock-Jazz-Fusion Legends
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Once including Phil Collins on drums, progressive jazz fusion band Brand X has influenced bands from Phish to Dream Theatre. The group released more than a dozen albums and went through several lineup changes before calling it quits in 1999, but they're back doing what they love. They'll be playing all of your favorites, including hits from their first three acclaimed albums, "Unorthodox Behavior", "Moroccan Roll" and "Livestock". The band's sound is as rich and distinct as ever, capturing the same magic as they play The Canyon in Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: November 16

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $18


Blues-Rockers Tommy Castro and The Painkillers
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Blues-rock star Tommy Castro takes the stage for this concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills. Castro, who has toured with B.B. King and Carlos Santana, was the winner of the 2008 Blues Music Award for Entertainer of the Year. He has been compared to such musicians as Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Duane Allman. He's celebrating the recent launch of his new album, "The Devil You Know", and he's brought his new band, The Painkillers, with him. Come out and see why "The Washington Post" described him as "phenomenal and funky, soulful vocals and inspired guitar."

Offer Dates: January 14

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


Metalachi: Heavy Metal Meets Mariachi
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

What do you get when you cross the powerful riffs of heavy metal with the romantic strains of mariachi? You get Metalachi, the world's only heavy metal mariachi band. These East Los Angeles musicians play metal favorites -- from Priest's "Breaking the Law" to Ozzy's "Crazy Train," plus some Slayer, Motörhead, Dio and more -- with a theatrical stage show influenced by Mexican lucha wrestling. Not exactly what you'd expect from a mariachi band featuring acoustic guitars, horns and violin. Experience this innovative and thoroughly entertaining band at The Canyon in Santa Clarita.

Offer Dates: January 6

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


John Hiatt and The Goners in Santa Clarita
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

The Americana artist the "Los Angeles Times" calls "one of rock's most astute singer-songwriters of the last 40 years" comes to The Canyon in Santa Clarita with his former backing band The Goners, featuring Sonny Landreth, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their album and hit single "Slow Turning". John Hiatt's been nominated for a bunch of Grammy Awards, and his heartfelt, rootsy story songs have been covered by everybody from Bob Dylan and Bonnie Raitt to Eric Clapton and Iggy Pop. He's also had a couple hit tunes of his own, including "Have a Little Faith in Me." He's recently toured with Taj Mahal and Lyle Lovett, and he's released more than 20 albums since his start in 1974, including his well-reviewed latest, "Terms of My Surrender", featuring his signature mix of rock, country, blues and folk.

Offer Dates: January 28

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


Dance the Night Away Eighties-Style With Fast Times
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Fast Times is one of California's premier all-'80s dance bands, re-creating all of your favorite hits from that rocking era. With a playlist consisting of all the greatest songs from that unforgettably rad decade, band members Spicoli, Slash, Devo and Sixx are sure to have you and the rest of the crowd up on your feet dancing to such hits as "Welcome to the Jungle," "Whip It," "Blister in the Sun," "Tainted Love" and much more. Be prepared for costumes, choreographed moves and funny stage antics at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: December 31

Full Price: $24.50  |  Our Price: $16


Bridal Premiere: Plan Your Big Day
at Hyatt Regency Westlake, Westlake Village

Plan the perfect wedding at the 35th Annual Hyatt Regency Bridal Premiere. Visit with over 90 wedding professionals, enjoy the latest fashions, sample tasty treats from caterers and bakeries. Dance to hip DJs, be snapped at the photo booth and win great prizes through fun casino play.

Offer Dates: January 7

Full Price: $10 - $80  |  Our Price: $5 - $20


Blues-Rockers Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
at The Canyon Santa Clarita, Santa Clarita

Award-winning blues-rock star Tommy Castro has toured with everyone from B.B. King to Carlos Santana, winning the 2008 Blues Music Award for Entertainer of the Year along the way. His work has earned him comparisons to such blues luminaries as Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Duane Allman, with "silvery guitar licks that simultaneously sound familiar and fresh" ("San Francisco Chronicle"). Come out and see for yourself why "The Washington Post" described him as "phenomenal and funky," when Tommy Castro and The Painkillers take the stage for this concert at The Canyon Santa Clarita. They'll be playing tracks from their newest record "Stompin' Ground", among others.

Offer Dates: January 19

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


Blues-Rockers Tommy Castro & The Painkillers
at The Rose, Pasadena

Award-winning blues-rock star Tommy Castro has toured with everyone from B.B. King to Carlos Santana, winning the 2008 Blues Music Award for Entertainer of the Year along the way. His work has earned him comparisons to such blues luminaries as Stevie Ray Vaughan, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons and Duane Allman, with "silvery guitar licks that simultaneously sound familiar and fresh" ("San Francisco Chronicle"). Come out and see for yourself why "The Washington Post" described him as "phenomenal and funky," when Tommy Castro and The Painkillers take the stage for this concert at The Rose in Pasadena. They'll be playing tracks from their newest record "Stompin' Ground", among others.

Offer Dates: January 11

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


L.A. Cookie Con and Sweets Show
at Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim

It's batter up at the Anaheim Convention Center for the biggest baking and pastry convention on the West Coast. This Comic Con for cookie lovers gets cooking with a weekend's worth of celebrity guests from TV and YouTube and tastes and treats galore to try. Star of "Ace of Cakes" and "Cake Masters", Duff Goldman of Charm City Cakes will be on hand to show off his skills and share tricks of the trade, along with Ron Ben-Israel ("Sweet Genius, Cake Wars"), Olivia Sanabia (star of Amazon's "Just Add Magic") and more. In fact, there are five different demo stages, plus dozens of vendors offering the latest and greatest products, including vegan, gluten-free and paleo items. You can also check out contest entries from SoCal's most talented sugar artists, and of course, sample and buy all kinds of decadent delectables, from desserts and beverages to spirits and surprises from a variety of brands. Bring your sweet tooth and get ready to experience a sugar high at the L.A. Cookie Con.

Offer Dates: February 10, February 11

Full Price: $12 - $23  |  Our Price: $6 - $20


Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Part of the British Invasion that produced the Beatles and the Stones, Herman's Hermits made their mark on the pop charts with more than 60 millions records sold. Led by charismatic singer Peter Noone, the band put up hit after hit in the '60s including "I'm Into Something Good," "Mrs. Brown, You've Got a Lovely Daughter," "Can't You Hear My Heartbeat," "There's a Kind of Hush," "A Must To Avoid," the novelty classic "I'm Henry VIII, I Am," and many more. Decades later, Noone's extraordinary talent, wit and compelling stage presence still delight loyal fans, who call themselves Noonatics. Don't miss this chance to experience one of the original English beat bands live in concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: January 19

Full Price: $43  |  Our Price: $25


"A Christmas Story: The Musical" Live on Stage
at Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center, Simi Valley

"A Christmas Story: The Musical", which received rave reviews on its Broadway run, is based on the movie classic that runs round-the-clock on television every Christmas. Set in the 1940s in the fictional town of Hohman, Indiana, the musical follows 9-year-old Ralphie Parker and his quest for the Holy Grail of Christmas gifts -- an Official Red Ryder carbine-action 200-shot Range Model air rifle. Rebuffed at every turn with a similar echoing response, Ralphie plots numerous schemes to achieve his desperate desire for the coveted BB gun. All the iconic scenes from the movie are here: Ralphie's friend, Flick, getting his tongue stuck to the flagpole; his brother, Randy, getting dressed in his snowsuit; the bullies, Farkus and Dill; the leg lamp award; the bunny suit; the Chinese restaurant; Christmas dinner; and many others. The delightfully versatile score ranges from gentle ballads to show-stopping full-ensemble numbers such as "Ralphie to the Rescue!" "A Major Award," "Sticky Situation," "Up on Santa's Lap," "Somewhere Hovering Over Indiana" and the inevitable "You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!" "A Christmas Story: The Musical" will bring an exciting new dimension to those who have seen the movie and will certainly stand on its own for those who haven't. This production at the Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center is by Actors' Repertory Theatre of Simi.

Offer Dates: November 18, November 19, November 24, November 25, November 26, December 1, December 2, December 3, December 8, December 9, December 10, December 15, December 16, December 17

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $15


Southern Blues Guitar Great Tinsley Ellis
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

Famed blues guitarist Tinsley Ellis has been hailed as "a legitimate guitar hero" by "The Washington Post". One of the most critically acclaimed blues guitarists alive, Ellis employs a Southern blues-rocker style in the tradition of such masters as Duane Allman, Freddie King, Derek Trucks and Warren Hayes. The guitar maverick tours extensively throughout the U.S. as well as Canada, Europe, Australia and South America. Hear him play licks from his latest album, "Red Clay Soul", as well as classics from his vast repertoire when he appears live in concert at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: March 1

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $16


Madcap Holiday Farce: "Inspecting Carol"
at Three Clubs, Hollywood

Enter the world of a down-on-its-luck theatre company and their haphazard attempts at staging their annual production of "A Christmas Carol". When rehearsals are at a standstill, a horrible actor shows up to audition for the show and the company, assuming he must be an undercover inspector from National Endowment of the Arts, offers him a role. The company is, of course, wrong and thus sets the course for a madcap, hilarious farce of holiday proportions. Enjoy "Inspecting Carol" at Three Clubs in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: November 10, November 17, December 1, December 8, December 15

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Halloween Penthouse Rooftop Masquerade Party
at Stoneleigh Hotel, Dallas

FOMO -- the fear of missing out -- on the best party is a real thing. Just ask Abbi and Ilana of Comedy Central's "Broad City", who dedicate an entire 30-minute episode to finding the best party ever. This Halloween season, you're probably equally fueled to find the best rager; we're confident that your best bet is going to be The Haunted Rooftop at the Dallas Masquerade. 13 floors up, this sparkling penthouse rocks appropriately themed Victorian decor, along with an electric ballroom with DJs, a VIP terrace balcony and fantastic views of the Dallas skyline. So erase FOMO from your mind and find the best costume -- The Stoneleigh Hotel has you covered.

Offer Dates: October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Burlesque Parody "Harry Poppins"
at El Cid, Los Angeles

Whorewarts classes are back in session and the Cherries are ready to take on the dark arts once again. Harry Poppins, Ron Squeezme, Himoine and the crew are guided by Humblewhore to destroy the Whorecrotches and ultimately put an end to Voldawhore...ahem... She Who Shall Not Be Tamed! This musical parody is a special love potion with a dash of teenage hormones, a sprinkle of burlesque and the usual helping of Cherry hi-jinx that may leave you infatuated, even possibly obsessed. These ladies know how to charm -- magically and otherwise -- in "Harry Poppins and the Knock Shop of Secrets" at El Cid in Los Angeles.

Offer Dates: November 9

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Metalachi: Heavy Metal Meets Mariachi at The Canyon
at The Canyon, Agoura Hills

What do you get when you cross the powerful riffs of heavy metal with the romantic strains of mariachi? You get Metalachi, the world's only heavy metal mariachi band. These East Los Angeles musicians play metal favorites -- from Judas Priest's "Breaking the Law" to Ozzy Osbourne's "Crazy Train" and a Metallica-Scorpions mashup -- with a theatrical stage show influenced by Mexican lucha wrestling. Not exactly what you'd expect from a mariachi band featuring acoustic guitars, horns and violin. Experience this innovative and thoroughly entertaining band at The Canyon in Agoura Hills.

Offer Dates: January 5

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $15


Last Update October 17 2017 12:15:33.