Rooftop Silent Disco in Shaw at the Cambria
at The Rooftop of CAMBRIA Hotels & Suites, Washington

You may not have heard about the hottest trend in nightlife, mostly since it involves keeping the sounds to yourself. Join in the most unique and memorable dance party in town at Cambria Hotels & Suites, where you can enjoy spectacular city views while you mingle. While three live DJs each spin a different mix, from electronic dance beats and throwback tunes to Top 40 and more, you can switch between them at will via your free-to-rent wireless headphones. Your selection lights up your headphones in a corresponding color, so you can synch up with others moving to the same music and keep your quiet riot going strong into the night.

Offer Dates: May 27, June 3, June 10, June 17, June 24

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


Boston With Joan Jett & The Blackhearts: "Hyper Space Tour"
at Jiffy Lube Live, Bristow

Two rock legends, Boston and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, come to the Washington, D.C., area at Jiffy Lube Live on the "Hyper Space Tour". A staple of classic rock radio, Boston leapt to fame with their 1976 debut, and have gone on to sell more than 75 million records worldwide, thanks to hits like "More Than a Feeling," "Peace of Mind," "Foreplay/Long Time," "Rock and Roll Band," "Smokin'" and "Don't Look Back." Known as the Godmother of Punk, Joan Jett first came to fame as part of The Runaways, scoring hits like "Cherry Bomb," before starting a solo career that includes favorites like "I Love Rock 'n' Roll." Don't miss a chance to see these two musical giants live.

Offer Dates: July 30

Full Price: $44.60 - $77.75  |  Our Price: $15 - $45


Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club: The Best Live Music & More
at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, Bethesda

Thanks to a recent $8 million renovation, the gorgeous art-deco Bethesda Theatre is now Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, a hot spot for live music, dining and drinking. The club offers great entertainment from top national blues and jazz artists, plus the best talent from the mid-Atlantic region, in an intimate setting with excellent acoustics. Enjoy a great dinner served up with a heaping side of blues and jazz -- Executive Chef William Pack Jr. has created a Creole/Cajun-inspired menu with a bevy of mouthwatering choices, including delicious desserts.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 28, May 30, June 1, June 9, June 14

Full Price: $25 - $55  |  Our Price: $12.50 - $27.50


Air: Influential French Electronic Duo ("The Virgin Suicides")
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

French electronic duo Air bring their atmospheric soundscapes to Music Center at Strathmore. Nicolas Godin and Jean-Benoît Dunckel first hit it big with their debut album, "Moon Safari", and its hit single "Sexy Boy," which paved the way for the burgeoning downtempo genre. They came to even greater attention when Sofia Coppola tapped them to compose the soundtrack for "The Virgin Suicides". Drawing on everyone from Kraftwerk and Brian Eno to Philip Glass to the Beatles and Pink Floyd, Air have created an influential sound of their own, sometimes called "space rock." Last year, the duo released a retrospective collection, "Twentyears", and now Godin and Dunckel are coming to North Bethesda to play a night of their best-known tracks.

Offer Dates: June 6

Full Price: $68 - $78  |  Our Price: $61 - $70


"Dream Hoarders" Author Richard Reeves Talks Income Inequality in the U.S.
at Sixth & I , Washington

In the U.S., the 1 percent are commonly painted as the villains while everyone else, the 99 percent, are portrayed as the good guys. That's not the whole picture, argues Brookings Institution senior fellow and former director of strategy to the UK's Deputy Prime Minister Richard Reeves in his latest book, "Dream Hoarders: How the American Upper Middle Class Is Leaving Everyone Else in the Dust". The real class divide, according to Reeves? It's really between the upper middle class ... and everyone else. Learn about the prevalence and dangers of "opportunity hoarding" in America in this illuminating conversation between Reeves and David Brooks, an op-ed columnist for "The New York Times" and author of "Bobos in Paradise", at D.C.'s Sixth & I.

Offer Dates: June 7

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $7


"Les Indes Galantes - Part IV": Jean-Philippe Rameau's Classic Opera Ballet
at Lisner Auditorium, Washington

"Les Indes Galantes - Part IV" is an 18th century opera ballet by famously gifted French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau. This multinational love story finds a Frenchman, a Spaniard and an American Indian, vying for the hand of Zima, the daughter of a chief. When the romantic pursuits come to a close, all celebrate in "forêts paisibles" ("peaceful forests"), an idyllic depiction of diverse cultures living in harmony with nature and one another. Watch the cast, Opera Lafayette Orchestra and acclaimed D.C. chamber vocal ensemble Gallery Voices as they highlight the incomparably rich music of this classic piece at George Washington University's Lisner Auditorium.

Offer Dates: May 31

Full Price: $45 - $115  |  Our Price: $10 - $57.50


Enjoy a Relaxing Daytime Cruise Along the Potomac River
at Washington Marina-National Ferry Corporation , Washington

National Ferry Corporation provides a 50-minute getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Enjoy the fresh air and stunning views of Washington, D.C.'s famous monuments from the Potomac River. On this outing, you'll pass the Washington Monument, Roosevelt Hall, Titanic Memorial and more, all accompanied by fun facts about the history of our nation's capitol. And if you find yourself hungry or thirsty, there's a full bar and snacks available for purchase on the climate-controlled interior decks.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28, May 29, May 30, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 4, June 5, June 6, June 7, June 8, June 9, June 10, June 11, June 12, June 13, June 14, June 15, June 16, June 17, June 18, June 19, June 20, June 21, June 22, June 23, June 24, June 25, June 26, June 27, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 4, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8, July 9, July 10, July 11, July 12, July 13, July 14, July 15, July 16, July 17, July 18, July 19, July 20, July 21, July 22, July 23, July 24, July 25, July 26, July 27, July 28, July 29, July 30, July 31

Full Price: $38.50  |  Our Price: COMP - $19


"King Lear" -- Shakespeare's Great Psychological Thriller
at Gunston Arts Center, Arlington

Regarded by many as Shakespeare's best work, "King Lear" depicts an aging monarch's descent into madness as his family and country are torn apart by the ambition and jealousy of his children. This sweeping legend veers from fairy tale to nightmare, depicting the devastating consequences of pride as King Lear's hubris and his daughters' ambitions destroy not just their own family, but an entire nation as well. See Avant Bard's production of the classic tragic masterpiece, starring local acting legend Rick Foucheux as Lear, at Gunston Arts Center in Arlington.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 27, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 3, June 4

Full Price: $10 - $35  |  Our Price: $5 - $17.50


Rooftop Silent Disco at The Embassy Row Hotel
at Rooftop at The Embassy Row Hotel, Washington

Avoid sweaty clubs and get your groove on in the open air at Silent Dance Society's Rooftop Silent Disco. Take in the sunset and city views from the Rooftop at the Embassy Row Hotel in the heart of Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle neighborhood while you hit the dance floor. With a bar, chaise chairs and cabanas with plush seating, a covered lounge and a sparkling pool, the Rooftop is far from any old rooftop; it might just be D.C.'s best-kept secret. Choose from among three live DJs playing electro dance beats, throwback tunes and Top 40 on your wireless headphones. Your selection lights up your headphones in a corresponding color, so you can synch up with others moving to the same music and keep your quiet riot going strong into the night.

Offer Dates: May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16, June 23, June 30

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


Blues Alley: D.C.'s Premier Jazz & Supper Club
at Blues Alley, Washington

Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest operating jazz supper club, having showcased such internationally renowned artists as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr., Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Byrd, Maynard Ferguson and Eva Cassidy. Located in the heart of historic Georgetown in an 18th century red brick carriage house, Blues Alley offers a unique and intimate ambiance, reminiscent of the jazz clubs of the 1920s and '30s. Go for just the music and drinks, or make it an evening and choose from authentic Creole cuisine, steak and seafood dishes.

Offer Dates: May 22, May 23, May 24, May 25, May 28, May 30, May 31

Full Price: $20 - $25  |  Our Price: $10 - $12.50


Daniel Radcliffe in "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead": NT Live Screening
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Tom Stoppard's acclaimed absurdist comedy "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" turns the focus on the lives and limited adventures of the doomed courtiers Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, two hapless minor characters from Shakespeare's "Hamlet". Now you can catch Stoppard's brilliant tragicomedy -- starring Daniel Radcliffe ("Harry Potter"), Joshua McGuire ("The Hour") and David Haig ("Four Weddings and a Funeral") -- in this high-definition screening at Sidney Harman Hall in D.C., broadcast live from The Old Vic theatre in London. Filled with witty repartee and slapstick comedy, "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead" won the Tony Award for Best Play in 1968. David Leveaux's new production marks the 50th anniversary of the play that made Tom Stoppard's name overnight.

Offer Dates: May 22

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $16


"Outside Mullingar": Wry Romantic Comedy from "Moonstruck" Writer
at Keegan Theatre, Washington

"I don't hate you," Rosemary says to Anthony. "I just don't like you." In the Tony-nominated "Outside Mullingar" by John Patrick Shanley ("Doubt", "Moonstruck"), these two introverted neighbors have lived in rural Ireland and known each other for years, but their lives intersect sharply when a parent dies and property rights come into question. Ultimately a tenderhearted romantic comedy, Shanley's play proves that love, whether early or late, always shows up right on time. Come see why Charles Isherwood of "The New York Times" called "Outside Mullingar" "Shanley's finest work since "Doubt"," when it comes to the stage of Washington DC's Keegan Theatre.

Offer Dates: May 22, May 25, May 26, May 27

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $22.50


"The Fillmore Flashback": '80s vs. '90s Dance Party Hosted by Biz Markie
at The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring

Danceability has always been an engine of pop music, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at The Fillmore as Biz Markie and top cover bands curate a stream of hits from both glorious eras. Markie, a beatboxer and rapper known for his 1989 Top 10 song "Just a Friend," plays host and DJ while '80s and '90s cover bands Here's to the Night and The New Romance perform expert renditions of your favorite dance-worthy songs.

Offer Dates: June 23

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: COMP


"The Arabian Nights": Acclaimed Adaptation From Constellation Theatre
at Source, Washington

Ali Baba, Sinbad, Aladdin -- the list of classic characters and tales spun in "The Arabian Nights" is unrivaled in all of literature. Also known as "One Thousand and One Nights", this timeless work of imagination has been captivating audiences for hundreds of years. Now, Constellation Theatre reprises its acclaimed production of Tony-winner Mary Zimmerman's stage adaptation, bringing all of the original's magic to life. The young Scheherazade, desperate to stave off her own execution, spins tale after tale for her new husband, the king. Each night, she weaves a spellbinding story, hoping that her vivid imagination will buy her the time she needs to win both the king's heart and her own freedom. Experience this testament to the power of storytelling when "The Arabian Nights" comes to Source in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28, May 29, May 31

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $30


Bernadette Peters: Stage & Screen Star at Wolf Trap
at Filene Center at Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts, Vienna

Bernadette Peters' winning combination of dramatic acting talent, comic timing, serious dance chops and a universally acclaimed singing voice has lifted this gifted stage and screen star to the show-biz firmament. As one of the most versatile entertainers of our generation, Peters is famed for her memorable and award-winning performances in TV and movies, like "The Jerk" and her current series "Mozart in the Jungle" and "The Good Fight". But the three-time Tony-winner is best known as a true Broadway baby, starring in Sondheim classics like "Sunday in the Park With George, Into the Woods, Follies" and "A Little Night Music", plus more than half-a-dozen other theater hits. A "New York Times" reviewer once wrote that she performed the classic "Send in the Clowns" with "an emotional transparency and musical delicacy that turns this celebrated song into an occasion of transporting artistry." She'll light up the stage in Vienna with a selection of Great American Songbook and show tunes, accompanied by the Wolf Trap Orchestra.

Offer Dates: June 3

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


"Macbeth": Toil & Trouble Abound in Shakespeare's Bloody Masterpiece
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Nastier than Scorsese at his bleakest, more violent than Tarantino at his bloodiest, Shakespeare's "Macbeth" still shocks like no other tale on the page, stage or screen. Now cutting-edge director Liesl Tommy ("Eclipsed", "Ruined") stages this chilling portrait of temptation, ambition and betrayal at D.C.'s Sidney Harman Hall. Set in a gloomy world of ghosts and witches, the tragedy's cycle of corruption is thrown into motion when the popular King Duncan of Scotland is murdered by his trusted friend and general Macbeth. Driven by a supernatural prophesy and his wife's deadly ambition, Macbeth goes on to claim his destiny. But just as he grasps the crown, it starts to slip through his bloody fingers.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 25

Full Price: $71 - $97  |  Our Price: $35.50 - $46


AMP Comedy Nights: See Stand-Up Comics From Around the Country Live
at AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda

When was the last time you truly laughed? Not just a brief chuckle, not a quick smile as you respond "LOL" to a text, but a real, belly-shaking laugh? If you can't remember, now's the time to head to AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda for AMP Comedy Nights. Strathmore is teaming up with Comedy Zone to bring you a rotating lineup of incredibly funny comedians. See stand-ups that have appeared on HBO and Comedy Central, as well as up-and-coming acts that are sure to be the next big thing in the comedy scene. And not matter what night you go, enjoy a true "laugh out loud" experience that no Youtube or Vine clip can match.

Offer Dates: June 15, July 13, August 10

Full Price: $14  |  Our Price: $7


"My Fair Lady": A "Perfect" Broadway Musical
at Olney Theatre Center - Mainstage, Olney

Based on George Bernard Shaw's play "Pygmalion", this witty battle of the sexes follows self-absorbed, misogynistic linguist Henry Higgins as he attempts to train Eliza Doolittle, a Cockney flower girl plucked from the street, how to speak properly -- though she's much smarter than he realizes. With a feisty leading lady and a score full of instantly recognizable songs like "Wouldn't It Be Loverly?" and "I Could Have Danced All Night," it's no wonder "My Fair Lady" became a huge Broadway hit and, in 1964, was turned into an Oscar-winning film starring Audrey Hepburn. Don't miss the Olney Theatre Center's intimate reimagining of this classic musical.

Offer Dates: June 21, June 23, June 25

Full Price: $65  |  Our Price: $32.50


Subversive Comedy "Hir" From Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co.
at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington

Freed from her husband's oppression after he suffers a stroke, a suburban housewife lights the fuse on a revolt against patriarchy in "Hir", aided by her newly liberated transgender son. But when her other son returns home from combat duty in Afghanistan, he's not exactly thrilled to find his family under siege from own mother. "The New York Times" raved, "Perhaps no play this year inspired a greater sense of awe than Taylor Mac's audacious dive into the dysfunctional-family playpen of American theater." Check out the Woolly Mammoth production of this subversive comedy on stage in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: May 24, May 25, May 27, May 28, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 3, June 4, June 4, June 7, June 9, June 10, June 11, June 11

Full Price: $34 - $74  |  Our Price: $20.50 - $37


Palestinian-Israeli Drama "The Return" Makes Its U.S. Premiere
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

While working one Saturday at an auto repair shop in Herzliya, a Palestinian mechanic is confronted by an Israeli woman from his past, whose unexpected arrival will change both their futures forever. Five Pinteresque scenes unfold a story of love, betrayal and redemption between the play's two characters (known only as "Him" and "Her"), with the state surveillance apparatus cleverly serving as a third character. Palestinian-Israeli-American playwright Hanna Eady and Seattle-based playwright Edward Mast's gripping two-hander now makes its U.S. premiere at the Atlas Performing Arts Center in D.C.

Offer Dates: June 7, June 8, June 9, June 10, June 11, June 17, June 17, June 18, June 21, June 22, June 23, June 24, June 24, June 25, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1, July 1, July 2

Full Price: $10 - $60  |  Our Price: $5 - $30


International Spy Museum: Enter the World of Secret Agents
at International Spy Museum, Washington

From real-life spy gadgets to the stories behind the coolest secret agents in movies, the International Spy Museum is the first and only public museum in the United States dedicated solely to the world of espionage. Upon arrival, you'll be given a secret identity, which you'll use to test your spy skills throughout the experience. Then, you'll explore a series of themed rooms, where you'll hear historic tales, examine artifacts and participate in activities. Get ready for exhibits like "Spies Among Us", which focuses on WWII-era German and Russian spy rings, and "Exquisitely Evil", a tribute to the villains of cinema's most famous spy -- James Bond. "Exquisitely Evil" features more than 100 film artifacts from both old and new Bond movies, plus interactive exhibits that allow you to take over the controls of a villain's lair, brave the depths of a virtual shark tank, play spy vs. spy with other visitors, disarm a missile before time runs out and more.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28, May 29, May 30, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 4, June 5, June 6, June 7, June 8, June 9, June 10, June 11, June 12, June 13, June 14, June 15, June 16, June 17, June 18, June 19, June 20, June 21, June 22, June 23, June 24, June 25, June 26, June 27, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 4, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8, July 9, July 10, July 11, July 12, July 13, July 14, July 15, July 16, July 17, July 18, July 19, July 20, July 21, July 22, July 23, July 24, July 25, July 26, July 27, July 28, July 29, July 30, July 31, August 1, August 2, August 3, August 4, August 5, August 6, August 7, August 8, August 9, August 10, August 11, August 12, August 13, August 14, August 15, August 16, August 17, August 18, August 19, August 20

Full Price: $23.21  |  Our Price: $13


"Proof": Pulitzer-Winning Play Explores Genius & Mental Illness
at Olney Theatre Center - Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab, Olney

In this Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning family drama, Catherine, the troubled daughter of a recently deceased mathematician, is gripped by the fear that she may've inherited her father's mental illness. "Proof" tracks her desperate attempts to stay in control -- despite complications including a budding romance with one of her father's former students, the appearance of a mysterious new work by her dad and the arrival of her long-estranged sister. Set in Chicago, the play chronicles the discovery of self identity through intellectual and emotional challenges and explores the power of love to help us reach our true potential. David Auburn's moving and thought-provoking play, which "The New York Daily News" called "rich and compelling ... full of life, laughter and hope," comes to the stage at the Olney Theatre Center.

Offer Dates: May 24, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 7, June 7, June 8, June 9, June 15, June 16

Full Price: $60  |  Our Price: $30


Relive the News Stories That Have Shaped Our Lives at the Newseum
at Newseum, Washington

Stories of the world come alive at the Newseum, where you can go behind the scenes to experience how and why news is made. See some of the final photographs of the only journalist who died covering the 9/11 attacks, witness the epic struggle of the civil rights movement in the '60s, marvel at a comprehensive collection of Pulitzer Prize-winning photographs and hear never-before-told stories from the journalists and photographers who stood on the front lines of history. This high-tech museum features seven levels of galleries and exhibits, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services where you can explore electronic news, unique artifacts, photojournalism, news history and world news. And, since there's so much to see, your ticket is good for two consecutive days. Take your time and see half the first day, then return the next day to catch what you missed.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28, May 29, May 30, May 31

Full Price: $15.81 - $26.38  |  Our Price: $11.50 - $17


August Wilson's Life in Stories: "How I Learned What I Learned"
at Round House Theatre - Bethesda, Bethesda

Two years before his death in 2005, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright August Wilson wrote and starred in "How I Learned What I Learned", a solo show about the power of art, poetry and possibility. Now, actor Eugene Lee -- who appeared in Wilson's famed "Fences" -- takes on the role of the prolific author of classics like "The Piano Lesson" and "Two Trains Running" at Round House Theatre in Bethesda. With direction by Wilson's longtime friend and collaborator Todd Kreidler, Lee steps into Wilson's shoes to share the playwright's personal stories that take him from his first kiss, to a stint in jail to life-defining encounters with racism and more. The "Pittsburgh Post Gazette" called it "complex and surprisingly funny ... laced with the voice of the poet he always was."

Offer Dates: June 8, June 14, June 15, June 16, June 17, June 21, June 22, June 23, June 24, June 28, June 29, June 30, July 1

Full Price: $51 - $56  |  Our Price: $25.50 - $28


Craft Beer, Wine, Food Trucks & Music at Summerfest DC
at The Fairgrounds, Washington

Summer's starting early this year in D.C.! With more than 125 craft beers, 25 wines and 10 ciders on tap for your sampling pleasure, you'll be in adult beverage heaven at this year's Summerfest DC Craft Beer & Wine Festival, which takes over "D.C.'s best outdoor venue" ("Washington City Paper"), the Half Street Fairgrounds, for two fun-in-the-sun-filled days in early June. Pick your session, then enjoy endless samples of great craft beer from breweries like Alpine, Goose Island, Alewerks Brewing, Hellbender and 21st Amendment Brewery. And what goes better with beer than great food, music and fun? So take your pick from nine food trucks that'll be on hand offering great bites and dishes for purchase, then enjoy outdoor games and live music by White Ford Bronco, Sub-Radio and more at this summer celebration that brings together the best local brews, music and fun.

Offer Dates: June 3, June 4

Full Price: $52.95 - $84.95  |  Our Price: $22.98 - $42.48


"Inside Embassy Row" Walking Tour -- Gorgeous Mansions & History Galore
at Dupont Circle Metro Station, Washington

Elegant parties, international intrigue, the rich and powerful elite, servants, gossip, scandal and politics - Washington, D.C.'s Embassy Row conjures all sorts of images. Thanks to the "Inside Embassy Row" walking tour, the walls of some of the city's most historic mansions are finally talking -- and sharing their secrets. On the walk, as you stroll past the exteriors of these grand buildings, you'll hear stories of the women and men who lived in them as private homes before the party came crashing down during the Great Depression and the residences were abandoned and later converted into embassies. You'll even get to go inside one of the embassies for a glimpse at what these unique spaces look like today.

Offer Dates: May 26, June 9

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Depeche Mode Tribute Strangelove at Fillmore Silver Spring
at The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring

Strangelove is the ultimate tribute to '80s new-wavers Depeche Mode -- in fact, "LA Weekly" recently declared that "Strangelove's resemblance, both visually and sonically, to Depeche Mode is frightening." Strangelove performs the British synthpop band's biggest hits, from "People Are People" to "Personal Jesus" and beyond. They recreate the original group's famed theatrical concert experience with precision and style, including costume changes and multiple screen projections, to take you through the different eras of Depeche Mode's decades-spanning career. Now you can experience Strangelove at Fillmore Silver Spring.

Offer Dates: July 1

Full Price: $15.50  |  Our Price: COMP


Sunset and Drink Specials at Happy Hour on the Harbor Cruise
at Washington Marina-National Ferry Corporation , Washington

The week is over and it's time to cut loose. You could celebrate happy hour with friends and drink specials on a rooftop... or even better, that rooftop could be sailing along the waters of beautiful Washington, D.C. You'll feel like you're on vacation as your weekly worries stay behind on land with the Happy Hour on the Harbor Cruise, back by popular demand. The full bar, fun music and drink specials keep the weekend in full force, whether you're on a date or kicking back with friends. The party gets going at National Ferry Corporation at the Washington Marina.

Offer Dates: May 28, June 3, June 10, June 16, June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29

Full Price: $35 - $45  |  Our Price: $10 - $22


"The Jungle Book": Kipling's Adventure Tale Comes to Life
at Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre, Arlington

Join Mowgli and his animal friends when Rudyard Kipling's classic children's story "The Jungle Book" comes to life on stage at the Thomas Jefferson Community Theatre in Arlington. Audiences of all ages will thrill to this tale of a boy raised by wolves who sets out on an adventure through the jungle with the help of his friends Bagheera the panther and Baloo the bear, where they must face the evil tiger Shere Khan, who hates mankind. The timeless tale teaches audiences about loyalty, honor, courage, tradition, integrity and persistence.

Offer Dates: June 2, June 3, June 3, June 9, June 10, June 10

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


The Capitol Steps: Songs & Skits Skewer DC Politics
at Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington

With jokes aimed at both ends of the political spectrum -- and pretty much all of the middle, too -- musical-comedy group The Capitol Steps has been eliciting laughs at democracy's expense since 1981. If you've ever wanted to see Barack Obama sing a show tune, Donald Trump sing a rock song and Vladimir Putin dance shirtless, this is the show for you. The Steps' stage show features numerous song parodies and skits, and the cast even includes some former Congressional staffers, whose firsthand experience helps make the jokes zing that much more. This legendary troupe's recorded more than 30 albums, and their radio specials are featured on NPR stations nationwide four times a year, but there's nothing like experiencing their cutting-edge comedy live at DC's Ronald Reagan Building.

Offer Dates: May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16, June 23

Full Price: $36  |  Our Price: $26


Philly Soul Greats The Delfonics, Featuring William Hart
at Howard Theatre, Washington

One of the legendary groups of Philly soul, The Delfonics, lead by original lead singer and songwriter William Hart, come to the Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C. The Delfonics were one of the originators of the elegant, smooth style of soul that came out of Philadelphia in the late-60s and early-70s. They're best known for such hits as "Didn't I (Blow Your Mind This Time)," "Ready or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide from Love)" and "La-La (Means I Love You)." Get ready to groove to the classic soul jams when The Delfonics hit D.C.

Offer Dates: June 17

Full Price: $28.50  |  Our Price: $14.25


"The Man Who" Brings Oliver Sacks' Explorations of the Human Mind to the Stage
at Spooky Action Theater, Washington

Conventional reality is simply a starting point in an astonishing universe just waiting for us to explore in "The Man Who". Inspired by the Oliver Sacks bestseller "The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat", this hypnotizing theatrical work tells the stories of several patients as Sacks saw them: as heroes endowed with great courage and tenacity, moving through realities stunningly altered by neurological quirks. Called "one of the most magically effective explorations of the mind (also possibly the soul) ever be attempted on the stage" by "The New York Times" in its original Broadway run, "The Man Who" now comes to Spooky Action Theater in D.C.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28, June 2, June 3

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


Whoopi Goldberg Live on Stage at Strathmore
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

She's a comedian, author, talk-show host, humanitarian and star of stage and screen. Now Whoopi Goldberg is set to delight a live audience with an evening of storytelling and witty observations on life. You've seen her in films like "The Color Purple, Ghost, Sister Act, The Lion King" and "How Stella Got Her Groove Back" in addition to countless cameo television appearances. She's currently on the Emmy Award-winning talk show "The View" and recently appeared in the feature film "Big Stone Gap". Don't miss this rare opportunity to catch the outspoken star in an intimate setting as she entertains and inspires with her thought-provoking stand-up comedy at the Music Center at Strathmore. You might even get a chance to ask her a question during an audience Q&A session.

Offer Dates: May 27

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


"Master Class": Tony-Winning Bio of Opera Diva Maria Callas
at MetroStage, Alexandria

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 voice class, and while she both cajoles and terrorizes to get the best out of her students, she muses on her past glories and many heartbreaks. DC favorite Ilona Dulaski stars in this production at MetroStage.

Offer Dates: May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 28

Full Price: $55 - $60  |  Our Price: $38.50 - $42


"An Octoroon": Sharp Satire of an Antebellum Melodrama
at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, Washington

"An Octoroon" is Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Obie-winning riff on a 19th-century antebellum melodrama. At a plantation on the brink of foreclosure, a young man takes a fancy to the part-black daughter of the estate's owner, while an evil swindler schemes to buy the girl for himself, while the slaves try to keep things sane. Billed as "part period satire, part meta-theatrical middle finger," this incendiary adaptation by Jacobs-Jenkins, a recent MacArthur "Genius Grant"-winner, was lauded by the "Washington Post" for handling "hot-button topics with wit and wisdom." Don't miss this reprise run when "An Octoroon" returns to D.C.'s Woolly Mammoth Theatre.

Offer Dates: July 19, July 20, July 22, July 23, July 23, July 25, July 26, July 27, July 28, July 29, July 30, July 30

Full Price: $44 - $74  |  Our Price: $22 - $37


Odyssey's Brunch & Dinner Cruises: See the Monuments, Dine & Dance
at Odyssey Cruise Ship, Washington

Enjoy a cruise on the luxurious vessel Odyssey, with unparalleled views of the nation's greatest landmarks from the Potomac River, as you delight in a delicious brunch, lunch or four-course dinner (with vegetarian and gluten-free options) in the spacious glass atrium dining room. Later, dance to a wide array of music provided by a live band in the decorated interior room with its enticing dance floors. This sophisticated getaway excursion offers something for everyone, whether you're looking forward to fresh and creative food prepared by a master chef, listening to music and dancing or simply relaxing with a special someone while watching the beautiful view.

Offer Dates: June 3, June 10, June 22

Full Price: $143.51 - $170.11  |  Our Price: $86.11 - $102.07


"The Father" Explores What Happens When Emotional Signposts Leave
at Studio Theatre - Metheny Theatre, Washington

Even at 80, André remains a man of quick wit and domineering personality. But things are beginning to get strange in "The Father", Florian Zeller's internationally acclaimed work. André's trusted watch goes missing, reappears and is lost again. His daughter's stories don't add up. His furniture disappears. And there are strangers sitting at his table. As the signposts of our lives disappear, this exploration of one man's mind and the loss of it, rings powerfully true. Ted van Griethuysen stars in this production at the Metheny Theatre.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 26, May 27, May 27, May 28, May 30, May 31

Full Price: $52 - $85  |  Our Price: $40 - $70


Audra McDonald: 6-Time Tony Winner Performs Broadway Hits
at Music Center at Strathmore, North Bethesda

"The New York Times" has called singer-actress Audra McDonald "a defining voice of our time." Winner of a record six Tony Awards, two Grammys, an Emmy and many more prestigious accolades, she has thrilled Broadway audiences in The Gershwins' "Porgy and Bess" and "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill", as well as "Carousel", "Master Class", "Ragtime" and "A Raisin in the Sun". For cabaret and concert buffs, it's McDonald's versatile soprano that draws them back time and time again. Hear her thrilling voice unfurl in its signature rich textures when she delivers a solo concert at the Music Center at Strathmore in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: May 26

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


"Finding Neverland" -- Hit Broadway Musical of How Peter Became Pan
at Hippodrome Theatre, Baltimore

Broadway's biggest hit, "Finding Neverland" is "a must-see you'll remember for years to come" ("Vogue"). Directed by visionary Tony winner Diane Paulus and based on the Academy Award-winning film starring Johnny Depp, "Finding Neverland" tells the incredible story behind one of the world's most beloved characters: Peter Pan. Playwright J.M. Barrie struggles to find inspiration until he meets four young brothers and their beautiful widowed mother. Spellbound by the boys' enchanting make-believe adventures, he sets out to write a play that will astound London theatergoers. With a bit of pixie dust and a lot of faith, Barrie takes this monumental leap, leaving his old world behind for Neverland, where nothing is impossible and the wonder of childhood lasts forever. See this magical production, which NPR called, "far and away the best musical of the year!" at the Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore.

Offer Dates: June 27, June 28, June 29, June 30

Full Price: $85.50 - $95.50  |  Our Price: $60 - $67


"Timon of Athens": Shakespearean Satire on the Price of Prosperity
at Folger Theatre, Washington

Shakespeare's tragic and ever timely satire on the steep price of prosperity tracks the fall of a rich and powerful aristocrat in "Timon of Athens". Timon's lavish lifestyle and generosity lead to a downturn in his finances, and he's promptly abandoned by his so-called friends once his fortune is depleted. Starring in the title role is Ian Merrill Peakes, who won a Helen Hayes Award for his performance in "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead" this past year at Folger Theatre. This D.C. production is directed by Robert Richmond ("Richard III", "Othello" and "Henry V" at Folger).

Offer Dates: May 24, May 26

Full Price: $45 - $65  |  Our Price: $31.50 - $45.50


"The School For Lies": Freewheeling, Modern Take on Molière Classic
at Lansburgh Theatre, Washington

Contemporary slang meets 17th-century farce in "The School for Lies". Adapted from Molière's "The Misanthrope", playwright David Ives ("Venus in Fur", "All in the Timing") transforms Molière's classic into a modern satire told entirely through verse. The result is a delightfully incongruous comedy of manners that lets you peer inside the Parisian salon of Celimene, a young widow with a sharp tongue and plenty of eager suitors. Tony Award-nominee David Ives and STC Artistic Director Michael Kahn, the team that created the award-winning French trilogy of "The Liar, The Heir Apparent" and "The Metromaniacs", return to old stomping grounds in this uproarious update of one of the greatest masterpieces of French comedy. Outrageous gags and vicious couplets strike a hilarious balance of class and crass in this classic collision of Molière's biting satire and Ives's modern wit. See it at Lansburgh Theatre in D.C.

Offer Dates: May 30, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 7, June 8, June 10

Full Price: $71 - $108  |  Our Price: $35.50 - $54


"Children of Zeus": World Premiere Classical Work
at George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria

The fifth anniversary of the Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia closes with a bang, as SONOVA is joined by South American pianist Juan Carlos Escudero, cellist Robert Battey and St. Marie's Choral Arts for a major concert, highlighted by the world premiere of "Children of Zeus". Written by American composer Brian Wilbur Grundstrom, this piece for orchestra and choir explores the offspring of the legendary god, capturing their spirits and personalities. This magnificent new work will keep you engaged, entertained and educated from first note to last.

Offer Dates: June 3

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Yoga, Shopping, Inspirational Speakers & More at Women Empower Expo
at Washington Convention Center, Washington

Get inspired and leave empowered during this one-day event designed to put women first. From shopping to informative seminars to networking opportunities, the Women Empower Expo is bursting with things to do and ways to grow. This amazing event features a talented panel of keynote speakers and experts who encourage personal development, health, wellness and creativity. Plus, you can pamper yourself with some much needed retail therapy, as this expo boasts dozens of local vendors providing the best products in fashion, beauty, fitness, décor and more. There'll also be various fitness classes including self-defense, yoga and meditation. Grab your girls and make your way to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for a jam-packed day of rejuvenation and motivation.

Offer Dates: May 27

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Rooftop Silent Disco Sunday on The Graham Georgetown Rooftop
at The Graham Georgetown Rooftop , Washington

You may not have heard about the hottest trend in nightlife, mostly since it involves keeping the sounds to yourself. Join in the most unique and memorable dance party in town at The Graham Georgetown Rooftop, where you can enjoy spectacular city views of Kennedy Center and Georgetown. While three live DJs each spin a different mix, from electronic dance beats and throwback tunes to Top 40 and more, you can switch between them at will via your free-to-rent wireless headphones. Your selection lights up your headphones in a corresponding color, so you can synch up with others moving to the same music and keep your quiet riot going strong into the night.

Offer Dates: May 28, June 11, June 18

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


Big 100 Throwback Bash with Rumours: A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac
at The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring

The L.A.-based band Rumours -- named after Fleetwood Mac's Grammy-winning, chart-shattering album -- are so great at recreating the live concert magic conjured up by the quintet in their '70s heyday, they were selected to appear on AXS-TV's "The World's Greatest Tribute Bands". Rumours will now headine the latest Big 100 Throwback Bash at the Fillmore Silver Spring. From period equipment and costumes to note-perfect harmonies and instrumentation, the six members of Rumours pay homage to the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers with a show full of memorable songs like "Go Your Own Way," "Don't Stop," "The Chain," "Landslide," "Dreams," "Rhiannon" and "You Make Loving Fun," among many others.

Offer Dates: June 30

Full Price: $11  |  Our Price: COMP


Family Treasure Hunt Cruise on the Boomerang Pirate Ship
at Boomerang Pirate Ship, Washington

Set sail for an afternoon of swashbuckling fun as you and your little mateys search for adventure and booty. This family cruise takes place aboard the Boomerang Pirate Ship, which holds the city's treasure. But the keys to the chest have been stolen by rascally scallywags, and your job is to recover them. You'll search the waterways of the Potomac, armed with water cannons and pirate bravado while having fun playing games, dancing and getting your face painted. Little buccaneers and their parents will love this creative cruise idea, complete with on-board snacks and drinks for purchase, and will be sent home with treasure and souvenirs after enjoying an afternoon on the water seeing the sights in a whole new way.

Offer Dates: May 27, May 28, June 3, June 4, June 10, June 11, June 17, June 18, June 24, June 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Jermaine Dupri's "SoSoSummer 17 Tour" With Finalists From "The Rap Game"
at DAR Constitution Hall, Washington

From Kriss Kross' "Jump" to Mariah Carey's "We Belong Together," Grammy-winning super-producer Jermaine Dupri has given R&B and hip-hop lovers 25 years' worth of hits. He's produced tracks for Alicia Keys, Janet Jackson and Jay-Z and helped put acts like Usher, Da Brat and Bow Wow on the map. Proving he's still got a knack for grooming new talent, the beat-making mogul has been busy queueing up a new batch of hip-hop artists with his reality TV competition "The Rap Game". You'll get to see competition winners take center stage when Dupri's "SoSoSummer 17 Tour" rolls into D.C. Catch the emerging stars he's taken under his wing -- including Miss Mulatto, Mani, Nova, Deetranada and more -- in concert at DAR Constitution Hall.

Offer Dates: June 17

Full Price: $47.50  |  Our Price: $20


Big Daddy Kane: Rap Legend at the Howard Theatre
at Howard Theatre, Washington

New York rap pioneer Big Daddy Kane performs at the Howard Theatre. Regarded as one of the greatest pure rappers of all time, Kane was born in Brooklyn, and first rose to fame as a member of the '80s rap posse known as the Juice Crew. His hard-hitting rhymes and lightning-fast style were showcased on such hits as "Ain't No Half Steppin'" and "Warm It Up, Kane," and his albums "Long Live The Kane" "It's a Big Daddy Thing" are all-time hip-hop classics. The Grammy-winner has also collaborated with well-known artists like Public Enemy, Ice Cube, Heavy D, Patti LaBelle, Barry White and Quincy Jones. On stage, though, he stands alone as an unstoppable force.

Offer Dates: June 16

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


"Dial M for Murder" -- See the Classic Thriller on Stage
at The Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater , Hagerstown

Best known as a film by Alfred Hitchcock, "Dial M for Murder" was first a successful stage play written by another English master of suspense, Frederick Knott ("Wait Until Dark"). In this production of the classic thriller, Tony Wendice plans to murder his unfortunate wife to claim her fortune for himself. He arranges for the perfect crime ... but things don't quite go according to plan. This timeless masterpiece of construction and plotting weaves a tangled web of clues and red herrings, back-stabbings and blackmail that will keep you hooked from start to finish. Catch "Dial M for Murder" at the Washington County Playhouse Dinner Theater and Children's Theater in Hagerstown. The ticket price includes a tasty dinner.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27, May 28, June 9, June 10

Full Price: $44 - $48  |  Our Price: $22


D.C. United Take the Pitch for Thrilling MLS Action
at RFK Stadium, Washington

One of the founding members of Major League Soccer as well as one of its most successful teams, D.C. United is back on the pitch at RFK Stadium for another season of explosive soccer action. Under head coach Ben Olsen, D.C.'s deep roster boasts a potent mix of returning veterans and exciting young talent. After finding their groove late last season, the Black-and-Red will be looking to make some real waves in 2017 as they take on the MLS' best. Come cheer them on to victory!

Offer Dates: June 21, July 22, August 5, August 12, August 23, August 26

Full Price: $41.20 - $51.20  |  Our Price: $30 - $35


"Ulysses on Bottles" Looks at Life in Israel & Gaza
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Premiering in the U.S. as part of the "Voices From a Changing Middle East" Festival, this drama is set in an Israeli prison, where a Jewish lawyer takes on the case of an Arab literature teacher, bringing the lives of the Israeli middle class and those struggling in the Gaza Strip into sharp contrast. Gilad Evron's prize-winning "Ulysses in Bottles" brings James Joyce's classic novel into play too, exploring issues like personal independence and morality. This Mosaic Theater Company production comes to the stage at DC's Atlas Performing Arts Center.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 27, May 28, June 1, June 2, June 3, June 3, June 4, June 4, June 7, June 8, June 9, June 10, June 10, June 11

Full Price: $15 - $60  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $30


Grandma Runs Illegal Lingerie Business in Comedy "Nana's Naughty Knickers"
at Bowie Playhouse, Bowie

In the delightful "Nana's Naughty Knickers", law student and unsuspecting granddaughter Bridget moves in with her retired grandmother for the summer. But what she doesn't know is that her very own "Nana" has begun utilizing her free time to design, manufacture and sell her very own line of lingerie for senior citizens -- and business is booming. As a mortified Bridget slowly uncovers Grandma Sylvia's illegal boutique, things heat up and one hilarious mishap after another whips up this fast-paced comedy. Full of heart, humor and unmentionables, "Nana's Naughty Knickers" will leave you in stitches when it makes its way to the Bowie Playhouse.

Offer Dates: July 14, July 15, July 16, July 21, July 22, July 22, July 23, July 28, July 29, July 30

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


"Jesus Christ Superstar": Andrew Lloyd Webber's Epic Rock Musical
at Signature Theatre, Arlington

A pioneering rock opera, "Jesus Christ Superstar" retells the last seven days in the life of the social and political rebel Jesus of Nazareth through the eyes of his betrayer, Judas Iscariot. Chart-topping songs such as "Everything's Alright," "I Don't Know How to Love Him" and the high-octane title number highlight the struggles of Jesus' final days before his crucifixion. Don't miss this righteous and explosive rock musical -- filled with the unforgettable tunes of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyricist Tim Rice -- live on stage at Signature Theatre in Arlington.

Offer Dates: May 30, June 2, June 21

Full Price: $89 - $99  |  Our Price: $62.90 - $69.90


Washington Jewish Film Festival Brings Culture to the Screen
at Edlavitch DCJCC, Washington

With over 70 films screened at eight venues throughout the D.C. Area, the Washington Jewish Film Festival is one of the largest and most respected Jewish film festivals in North America. A 12-day event, the WJFF features gripping dramas and poignant comedies, historical restorations and cutting-edge animations, screened alongside fascinating documentaries and shorts that provide insight into the collective Jewish story. Many screenings also feature Q&As with creative teams behind the films for a intriguing look at the process. For additional information on individual films, special guests and venue locations, please visit the WJFF website.

Offer Dates: May 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Magicians Battle Head-to-Head in "Catch Me: A Magic Duel"
at The Mayflower Hotel, Washington

Two of the capitol's most incredible illusionists battle for the title of Washington D.C.'s Favorite Magician in "Catch Me: A Magic Duel". Witness professional magic masters Brian Curry and Mark Phillips as they go head-to-head in a contest where the audience will select which styles of magic are performed. The crowd also gets to judge the performance and decide who will go home with the coveted Golden Wand Award. Staged at the historic Mayflower Renaissance Washington, DC, this fun, awe-inspiring event is not a children's magic show and is intended for those age 15 or older.

Offer Dates: May 27, May 27, July 22, July 22

Full Price: $50 - $70  |  Our Price: $20 - $35


Bobby McKey's Dueling Piano Show: Hear the Hits in Fun, Interactive Show
at Bobby McKey's Dueling Piano Bar, National Harbor

Just try and stump the talented singer-piano duo on stage each night at Bobby McKey's. Whether it's Beyoncé or Beethoven, Jay Z or ZZ Top, Meatloaf or Mozart, these guys are sure to have it covered. DC's only dueling piano bar hosts these entertaining and interactive shows, where the wait staff has been known to jump on stage to perform choreographed dance routines and where you and your friends are encouraged to get in on the action as well. Plus, Bobby McKey's boasts a full bar with specialty drinks, beer on tap and plenty of snacks and sandwiches to order.

Offer Dates: May 26, June 2, June 9, June 23, June 30

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $8.50


Nina's Dandy Lunch and Brunch Cruises With National Monument Views
at Nina's Dandy, Alexandria

Cruise from historic old town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums, to Georgetown and back on this relaxing midday 2 1/2-hour sail on the Potomac. Soak up the sights on this narrated tour, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials. Along the way, enjoy a three-course lunch with salad, entree and dessert served at your table. Or, set out for a champagne brunch cruise on Sunday, and you'll find a buffet filled with a variety of breakfast and lunch treats.

Offer Dates: May 27, May 28

Full Price: $55 - $60  |  Our Price: $40 - $43


Visit the Capitol and Houses of Congress on a Two-Hour Walking Tour
at U.S. Capitol Grounds, Washington

This walking tour led by Washington Walks leads you around the exterior of the U.S. Capitol building, America's best-known symbol of democracy, and past the buildings housing America's legislative and judicial branches of government. While strolling through the Capitol's park-like setting, you will discover that "Capitol Hill" is indeed a high point on the Washington landscape, an appropriate setting for such important landmarks. You'll also make stops at such sights as The Library of Congress, the U.S. Botanic Garden, the U.S. Supreme Court and the memorial to General Ulysses S. Grant. The walk will conclude near the entrance to the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, where you can explore the exhibits, browse in the bookstore or check on the availability of an interior tour.

Offer Dates: June 3, July 1, July 15, September 2, October 28, November 25

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Magic, Mentalism & Comedy at "Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities"
at Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbour , Baltimore

Prepare to be shocked by uncanny mental feats and otherworldly occurrences at "Willard & Wood: An Evening of Impossibilities", hosted by two of the Washington, D.C. area's top magicians. In this show at the Hyatt Place Baltimore Inner Harbour, Willard Royal and Peter Wood blend magic, mentalism and a healthy dose of clean comedy for an intimate and up-close performance that harkens back to the private parlor magic shows that dazzled high society crowds more than a century ago. Come dressed in your finest cocktail attire for this extraordinarily enchanting performance.

Offer Dates: June 24, July 29

Full Price: $45 - $65  |  Our Price: $22.50 - $32.50


Robert Schenkkan's "Building the Wall" Depicts a Horrifying Near Future
at Silver Spring Black Box Theatre, Silver Spring

President Trump's anti-immigration campaign has hit full stride catching millions of undocumented immigrants in its sweeping net. Private prisons swell and incarceration camps overflow, leading to unbearable conditions. In "Building the Wall", a historian interviews a prison supervisor as he awaits sentencing for carrying out the federal policy that has escalated into the unimaginable. Tony-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan ("The Kentucky Cycle", "All the Way") looks at what happens when the inconceivable becomes inevitable in this riveting drama, running at Silver Spring Black Box Theatre.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 27

Full Price: $30 - $35  |  Our Price: $15 - $17.50


Three Women Explore Reproductive Rights in New Drama "Sioux Falls"
at Mead Theatre Lab, Washington

Three women -- a hopeful mother-to-be, a disaffected student and an abused wife -- battle personal demons, bureaucratic red tape and mermaids on the most difficult and personal journeys of their lives. Their destination? The only clinic in the state that offers abortion services. Poignant and funny, "Sioux Falls" examines the complexity surrounding a woman's right to choose. 10th Muse Productions brings Megan Dominy's imaginative drama to D.C.'s Mead Theatre Lab.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27, June 2, June 3, June 4, June 9, June 10, June 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Laura Bush Killed a Guy", a Smart, Surreal New Play
at Caos on F , Washington

It sounds like fake news you'd receive in an email from an older relative, but it's true: In November 1963, Laura Bush, the future First Lady, blew through a stop sign and killed a high school friend. That fact becomes the basis for a wildly speculative tale of murder, intrigue and world power in "Laura Bush Killed a Guy", a smart, surreal and surprising reexamination of the Bush years. "The Washington Post" calls it "a delectably wicked satire." See this one-woman show starring Lisa Hodsoll at Caos on F in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"Jokes & Jazz": All-Star Edition
at Pepco Edison Place Gallery , Washington

For its sixth installment, the all-star edition of "Jokes & Jazz" brings live music, national comedians and special guests together for a full night of entertainment. Past shows have featured comics from HBO, Comedy Central and Showtime, so you never know who will be delivering the laughs. VIP tickets include priority seating, free food, free wine and champagne, plus a swag bag and a copy of the new book "Just One Thing" with a foreword by Mike Epps. Proceeds from the event support CTE Vision Foundation, Inc. programs for disadvantaged and at-risk youth. Enjoy "Jokes & Jazz" at Pepco Edison Place Gallery in Washington, D.C.

Offer Dates: June 9

Full Price: $40 - $60  |  Our Price: $20 - $30


Emo Night Brooklyn: Epic Pop-Punk Dance Party at the Fillmore
at The Fillmore Silver Spring, Silver Spring

Flash back to that time in your life when all the feels were felt like crazy as Emo Night crowd-surfs into the early 2000s. With past guest DJs such as Yellowcard's Ryan Key and The Academy's William Beckett, you never know who is going to drop by to spin the epic, broken-hearted pop-punk jams. So squeeze back into your skinny jeans, grab a cold beer at the bar, and dance and scream your lungs out to fragile icons such as Brand New, Taking Back Sunday, My Chemical Romance, Jimmy Eat World and more. It was "A Decade Under The Influence" and we all might still be a little hungover -- down some hair of the dog and feel better at Emo Night Brooklyn at the Fillmore Silver Spring.

Offer Dates: June 16

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: COMP


Slavic Soul Party Revisits "Duke Ellington's Far East Suite"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

Sporting a name that perfectly describes their sound, Slavic Soul Party takes the stage at the Atlas with their signature all-acoustic mix of Balkan brass, traditional gypsy jazz, retro soul and Eastern European klezmer to rock the house with cuts from their latest album, "Duke Ellington's Far East Suite." This large New York ensemble has released half-a-dozen albums and opened for bands like Arcade Fire and Dresden Dolls. The "Chicago Reader" raved that the group's new disc "honors the tunes and spirit of the Ellington opus while adding their own flavor," with lively new groove-filled arrangements of the Duke's timeless melodies.

Offer Dates: June 16

Full Price: $28  |  Our Price: $14


Take a Stroll in Scenic D.C. on Kenilworth Gardens Walking Tour
at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, Washington

Enjoy an educational, relaxing walk through northeast D.C. on this informative Kenilworth Gardens Tour, which takes you through the quiet neighborhood of Eastland Gardens and past the historic 1930s apartment buildings along the Anacostia River. Then, explore the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, the only U.S. National Park devoted to aquatic plants. Founded in the late 19th century as a hobby for a government worker, the gardens have bloomed into one of the most scenic -- and least-visited -- spots in the city. Take in the verdant plant life, explore the river wetlands and spot wild herons during this foot journey that combines the best of city life and wildlife.

Offer Dates: July 15

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Get Colorful for a Cause With Color in Motion 5K
at Six Flags America, Bowie

Dress wacky, splatter each other with color and create memories with all your closest friends while supporting a great cause! The Color in Motion 5K gives you a race T-shirt, color packet, temporary tattoo, race medal and entry into the Color Bash, so tighten your laces and let the vibrant colors rain down on you. Head to Six Flags America in the Washington, D.C. area to show your spirit and get colorful with your friends.

Offer Dates: June 3

Full Price: $26.61  |  Our Price: COMP - $19.99


Arthur Miller's Tony-Nominated Psychological Mystery "Broken Glass" in Washington, D.C.
at Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC, Washington

It's November 11, 1938, the day after Kristallnacht, when Sylvia Gellburg loses the ability to walk. Her husband Phillip desperately seeks the help of Dr. Harry Hyman to find the cause. Hyman's obsession with curing Sylvia uncovers a complex tangle of egos, resentment and guilt, as well as Phillip's own paralyzing struggle with his Jewish identity. The powerful, Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated psychological mystery "Broken Glass" is presented as part of a national celebration of the centennial of the birth of playwright Arthur Miller, at Washington D.C.'s Theater J at the Edlavitch DCJCC.

Offer Dates: June 21, June 22, June 28, June 29, June 30

Full Price: $52.88  |  Our Price: $25 - $26.44


Harlem Gospel Choir Sings Adele
at Howard Theatre, Washington

Famed for their beautiful harmonies and powerful, uplifting voices, the legendary Harlem Gospel Choir will lend their trademark sound to the hit songs of one of pop music's greatest voices, Adele, in this concert at D.C.'s Howard Theatre. Featuring New York's finest gospel singers, the choir has toured the country and performed for President Obama, Nelson Mandela and royalty from around the world. They've also collaborated with Diana Ross, Bono, Josh Groban, Keith Richards, the Gorillaz and other renowned musicians. Now's your chance to experience the soaring choir in this energetic tribute concert.

Offer Dates: May 31

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


"A Chorus Line": Tony-Winning Musical Sensation
at Harmony Hall Regional Arts Center - John Addison Concert Hall, Fort Washington

Experience the joys, struggles and heartbreaks of an ensemble's worth of show-biz hopefuls as they audition for a Broadway play in Marvin Hamlisch's blockbuster backstage musical "A Chorus Line". Produced by the Tantallon Players at Harmony Hall Regional Arts Center in Ft. Washington, this cherished classic combines poignant drama with top-notch song and dance, winning it the Pulitzer Prize and nine Tony Awards in its original run, including Best Musical and Best Score. This always-entertaining show also boasts pop songs that have become a true part of American culture, like "The Music and the Mirror," "One (Singular Sensation)," "I Can Do That," "What I Did for Love" and more.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Female Astronomer Overcomes Obstacles in Period Drama "Silent Sky"
at Silver Spring Stage, Silver Spring

"Silent Sky" is the true story of how a group of extraordinary women banded together to find a way to measure the universe while overcoming adversity. Set in the early 1900s, "Silent Sky" follows Henrietta Leavitt, an aspiring scientist who joins the Harvard Observatory's all-female "human computer" team. Once there, however, she finds the women are kept behind the scenes and told to keep their ideas and theories to themselves. As Henrietta navigates these impossible waters, she tries to keep her personal life and family obligations in focus. This powerful production from Silver Spring Stage examines a woman's place in professional society during a time of both historic discovery and endless oppression.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27, May 28

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"Urinetown": Hilarious Satire of Corruption and Revolution
at NextStop Theatre , Herndon

When a terrible water shortage leads to a government ban on private toilets, a greedy company profits by charging admission for one of humanity's most basic needs -- until a hero decides he's had enough and rises up against the system. "Urinetown" is a musical, satirical tale of corruption, love and revolution in a time when water is worth its weight in gold. The show's irreverent score gives a nod to musicals from Broadway to Brecht and Weill, and parodies musicals such as "The Cradle Will Rock" and "Les Misérables". The winner of three Tonys and two Obie Awards during its original Broadway run, "Urinetown" comes to Herndon's NextStop Theatre.

Offer Dates: May 25, June 4, June 17

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Sample Wines & Local History on the All-Inclusive Monticello Wine Trail Tour
at Fruits & Roots Wine Tours - Town Center of Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach

Virginia is home to both exquisite local wineries and rich historical landmarks -- and the Monticello Wine Trail Tour brings the two together in an extraordinary pairing you won't want to miss. This trip along the historic Monticello Wine Trail departs from Town Center of Virginia Beach and stops at wineries inspired by Thomas Jefferson's vision of winemaking. In addition to the wine tasting, this all-inclusive expedition features round-trip bus transportation, with complimentary continental breakfast and fruit mimosas, live historical entertainment, wine tasting at three of Virginia's most prominent wineries, shopping, sightseeing and lunch at Michie Tavern, a historic eatery that's been serving hungry travelers since 1784.

Offer Dates: May 27

Full Price: $250  |  Our Price: $145


"Temptation": '70s vs. '80s Dance Party
at The State Theatre, Falls Church

The Bee Gees are bound to face off against Madonna, and disco will undoubtedly take on new wave when DJs Skruggz and Mellie Mel take their turns at the turntables for this massive '70s vs. '80s dance party. Both decades had plenty of great dance music to groove to, and both of your host DJs have plenty of experience getting crowds moving at DC's finest alternative clubs, so get ready to go retro at the State Theatre in Falls Church.

Offer Dates: July 8

Full Price: $5  |  Our Price: COMP


Source Festival: Full-Length Readings, Artistic Blind Dates & 10-Minute Plays
at Source, Washington

Source Festival is the place to "catch the next big thing" ("The Washington Post") in the world of theater. By bringing together D.C.-area playwrights and artists from across the country -- both rising stars and seasoned veterans -- Source Festival has become a hive of fresh thinking and creativity. In celebration of the festival's 10th anniversary, this year's lineup includes a revival of Topher Payne's 2013 hit, "Perfect Arrangement", six new 10-minute pieces from across the country, and workshops and readings of three full-length plays. In addition, Source has chosen six short plays from throughout the festival's entire history for a "best of" run. Get to Source in Washington D.C. for this showcase of theatrical excellence and innovation.

Offer Dates: June 10, June 10, June 10, June 11, June 11, June 11, June 11, June 13, June 14, June 15, June 16, June 18, June 18, June 22, June 23, June 24, June 24, June 24, June 24, June 25, June 25, June 29, June 30, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 1, July 2, July 2, July 2, July 2

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


"Jean and Dinah -- The Play" Explores Women of Caribbean
at Undercroft Theatre, Washington

A sometimes comic and other times tragic exploration of the relationships between women who worked as prostitutes during the American occupation of Trinidad & Tobago, "Jean and Dinah -- The Play" is a highlight of West Indian theater. On the dawn of Carnival Monday in the Port of Spain, Jean comes to take her friend Dinah to the masquerade, just as they've done for the past 40 years. But when Dinah doesn't want to get out of bed, both women discover things about themselves that shaped their lives.

Offer Dates: June 10, June 11, June 11, June 13, June 14, June 15, June 15, June 17, June 18

Full Price: $38  |  Our Price: $19


Genre-Blending Bluegrass Group Head for the Hills
at The State Theatre, Falls Church

Bringing bluegrass into the modern day, Head for the Hills draws on everything from hip-hop to comic books for a sound that's totally their own. The Colorado-based "newgrass" quartet has brought their metafictional sea shanties, pop-infused murder ballads and urbane lyricism to such prestigious venues as the Telluride Bluegrass Festival and South by Southwest. Their music features stellar musicianship and inspired narratives of love and misery, brought off with shades of jazz, hip-hop and indie rock for a sound that's based in tradition but always looking forward. See them live at The State Theatre in Falls Church with band Strung Like A Horse.

Offer Dates: May 26

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


Ghosts of Georgetown Walking Tour -- A Haunted Trek Through DC
at The Old Stone House, Washington

DC By Foot presents a walking tour featuring the Ghosts of Georgetown. Among the historic streets, manicured gardens and Victorian row houses of one of Washington, D.C.'s finest neighborhoods lie deep, dark secrets about a forgotten past. Come along to hear about the ghosts and spirits that still haunt the nation's capital ... if you dare. You'll hear a historian's take on all of the curses, eerie coincidences and hauntings that make up the darker side of days gone by in this pre-Revolutionary town.

Offer Dates: May 28, June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


Corky Siegel's Chamber Blues Toasts 30 Years of Blues & Strings
at AMP by Strathmore, North Bethesda

You've never heard the blues quite like Corky Siegel's Chamber Blues cranks it out. Siegel, a harmonica-slinging blues master, howls over the surprising accompaniment of a string quartet. The band leader's sonic experiment began in 1966 when acclaimed classical Maestro Seiji Ozawa approached the blues artist and suggested a collaboration. Guiding the blues of Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters out of the smoky cavern of Big John's and onto the stages of the Chicago Symphony and beyond, this harmonica-playing mad scientist has the tuxedo-and-gown crowd on its feet, clamoring for more of his blues-classical alchemy. Watch the innovative ensemble skillfully fuse genres at AMP by Strathmore in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


"Last Comic Standing" Semifinalist Noah Gardenswartz
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

Former "Last Comic Standing" semifinalist Noah Gardenswartz delivers intricately constructed jokes with winning aplomb, guiding the audience through layered anecdotes about LSD, IKEA, riding the subway with a trophy and other topics before landing on devastating punchlines. With appearances on "Conan", "Adam Devine's House Party" and his own Comedy Central special, Gardenswartz's star is on the rise, so catch him while you can in the intimate environs of DC's Drafthouse Comedy.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 26, May 27, May 27

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Comedian Kevin Barnett ("Guy Code", "The Eric Andre Show")
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

A rising comedy star, Kevin Barnett is poised to break out in a big way. He first honed his stand-up chops in New York clubs, with witty riffs on the black experience (limited Halloween costume options) and the awkward transition to adulthood (gleefully ripping into kids on Xbox Live). Since then, he's made the leap to TV, regularly appearing on MTV2's "Guy Code", writing for "The Eric Andre Show", and producing, writing and starring in the sketch series "Friends of the People". He's also gone viral on the web series "Homo Thugs", appeared in movies like "Sleepwalk With Me", and currently co-hosts "The Roundtable of Gentlemen" podcast. But this busy up-and-comer still returns to his first love: stand-up. Don't miss Barnett when he hits the stage of the Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse.

Offer Dates: June 23, June 24

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Protoje: Reggae Chart-Topper ("Who Knows") Rocks Howard Theatre
at Howard Theatre, Washington

"Ancient Future" isn't just the title of Protoje's latest album -- it's also the blueprint for the roots reggae hitmaker's signature sound and style, a combo of vintage reggae, ska and roots rock accented with modern rhythms. A natural-born storyteller and lyrical powerhouse who's at the top of his game, the Jamaica native landed at No. 1 on the UK reggae charts in 2014 with "Who Knows," a modern reggae insta-classic that's amassed more than 21 million views on YourTube (and counting) and topped many critics' polls for top reggae song of the year. Now this red-hot reggae singer is coming to Washington, D.C.'s Howard Theatre for a night of feel-good music guaranteed to make you feel irie.

Offer Dates: June 22

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Vinofest: Outdoor Tastings, Crafts, Music & More
at Canal Park , Washington

The only summer wine event with a roaming team of sommeliers to assist and advise you, Vinofest is also set to impress with more than 100 samples of the finest varietals, a culinary stage with demos and seminars, live music and an artisan craft market. Choose from three different three-hour sessions over the course of Friday and Saturday at Canal Park, where many of DC's finest food trucks will also be on hand to sell you their specialties. The Wine Lovers' Package includes four full bottles of Vinofest favorites.

Offer Dates: June 2, June 3, June 3

Full Price: $59 - $99  |  Our Price: $32 - $70


"Shear Madness": The Hilarious Whodunit
at The Kennedy Center - Theater Lab, Washington

Set in a local hair salon and with lines as up-to-date as the morning's news, "Shear Madness" is a hilarious whodunit with "you" as a central character. When the salon's landlady is murdered at the outset, a blend of mystery and improvisational theater ensues. Audience members are called upon to match wits with the suspects and try to catch the killer at this wildly popular comedy where "shrieks of laughter night after night" can be heard at the Kennedy Center, according to the "Washington Post".

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27, May 28, June 3, June 3, June 4

Full Price: $54  |  Our Price: $32.40


Cruise Past the National Monuments: Candlelight Dinner & Dancing
at Nina's Dandy, Alexandria

Cruise from historic Old Town Alexandria, Virginia, past the stunning national monuments and museums of DC, to Georgetown and back to Alexandria on Nina's Dandy Dinner Cruise. Soak in the sights, including Washington's famous cherry blossom trees -- a gift from Japan in 1912 -- and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials while enjoying a three-course meal by candlelight, served tableside, followed by dancing on the ship's elegant marble dance floor or under the stars on the upper deck. Live music welcomes you aboard and accompanies the dining experience.

Offer Dates: May 22, May 27

Full Price: $98 - $108  |  Our Price: $66 - $76


Tour the Capital Sites on the Washington D.C. Unveiled Electric Roadster Tour
at L'Enfant Plaza, Washington

If a full day of walking the National Mall and visiting the D.C. monuments sounds exhausting, skip the crowded sidewalks and cruise around in a slick electric roadster. You'll get to visit all the sites on your list while getting first-class treatment as your Urban Adventures tour guide shuttles you between the Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Martin Luther King, Jr. and Abraham Lincoln memorials, while providing the inside scoop on the White House, Capitol Building and Smithsonian Museum. During your guided tour of just over two hours, you'll also get great tips on other things to see in D.C., plus suggestions for the best places to eat and drink in the capital.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 23, May 24, May 24, May 26, May 26, May 29, May 29, May 30, May 30, May 31, May 31

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $33


Comedian Gary Gulman ("Tonight Show", "Conan") at Arlington Drafthouse
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

Comedian Gary Gulman's charm and observational humor have earned him headlining gigs across the country. First rising to national fame as a finalist on "Last Comic Standing", Gary was also a regular on HBO's "Tourgasm". He's appeared on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert", the "Tonight Show", "Conan" and "Late Night with Seth Myers", and starred in the Comedy Central special, "Boyish Man". Gary's guested on "Inside Amy Schumer", and his new hour-long comedy special, "Gary Gulman: It's About Time", is currently airing on Netflix. Now experience his sharp insights when he returns to Arlington Drafthouse.""

Offer Dates: June 16, June 16, June 17

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


"Monuments by Night" Puts D.C. Landmarks on Display
at Smithsonian Metro Station , Washington

See the majestic landmarks of Washington in a new light with the "Monuments by Night" tour. You'll get to skip the crowded sidewalks and cruise around town in an electric roadster. And you won't miss a thing -- this two-hour tour takes you past all the must-see locations in D.C. You'll check out the FDR, MLK and Lincoln memorials, and get the inside scoop on the White House, Capitol and Smithsonian buildings. You'll also get great tips on dining, drink and other awesome stops in the nation's capital.

Offer Dates: May 23

Full Price: $56  |  Our Price: $33


"The Glass Menagerie" -- Tennessee Williams' Masterpiece
at Parlor Room Theater , Washington

Brimming with poetic language and emotional longing, Tennessee Williams' memory play "The Glass Menagerie" is rightly considered a true classic, a work that's lost none of its power over the generations. Set in a Depression-era St. Louis tenement, aspiring poet Tom struggles with a mind-numbing job and a smothering home life. His overbearing mother, a former Southern belle, constantly pushes her son to bring home "gentleman callers" for his painfully shy sister Laura, whose collection of glass animals means everything to her. But when Tom finally produces a male visitor, the guest's presence sends shock waves through the family -- and the fragile fantasy world they've built may be irreparably shattered. Experience this moving, beautiful production at the Parlor Room Theater.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 27, May 27, May 28

Full Price: $16  |  Our Price: $8


Revisit the Night of Billie Holiday's Final Concert in "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill"
at Anacostia Playhouse, Washington

Jazz icon Billie Holiday -- dubbed "Lady Day" by her friends -- forever changed the world of jazz and popular music with her pioneering vocal style. Despite great success and critical acclaim, though, Lady Day struggled with substance abuse and legal troubles for much of her life. Months before her untimely death in 1959, Holiday played one of her final shows in a seedy little bar in South Philadelphia, singing some of her most beloved hits and telling stories from her life and career. "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill", starring Anya Randall Nebel, recreates this singular night in music history on the stage at Anacostia Playhouse.

Offer Dates: July 15, July 16, July 20, July 21, July 22, July 22, July 23, July 27, July 28, July 29, July 29, July 30, August 3, August 4, August 5, August 5, August 6

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Poet Walt Whitman's Life in Washington, D.C. in Walking Tour
at Walt Whitman's Washington Walks, Washington

Walt Whitman is among the most influential American poets of all time, a pioneer of free verse and fluent in unusual imagery and symbolism. He spent 10 years in Washington, D.C., first as a hospital volunteer to wounded soldiers, then as a federal government clerk. Take a fascinating tour of Whitman-related sites in downtown, led by Garrett Peck, author of "Walt Whitman in Washington, D.C.: The Civil War and America's Great Poet". You'll see the Smithsonian Art Museum, Clara Barton's Missing Soldiers Office and Ford's Theatre, where Whitman's partner, Peter Doyle, witnessed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Concluding at the majestic U.S. Treasury Building, Peck will be glad to sign his new book for you, all about the poet's remarkable life in our nation's capital.

Offer Dates: June 3

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Unlimited Pours of 100+ American Beers and Wines at the 5th Annual Red, White & Brew Fest
at The Yards Parking Lot, Washington

Celebrate America's birthday in America's capital city with this refreshing tribute to America's best beer and wine. The Red, White and Brew Festival is returning to Yards Park in Washington, D.C., where you can knock back unlimited full pours of beer, cider and sangria, sample from more than 100 wines, beers and ciders, chow down on tasty treats from some of the District's best food trucks, enjoy live music, participate in games like Boozy Bingo and get a commemorative cup to take home afterwards. Buy a Wine Lover's ticket to take home four bottles of hand-selected American wines, or a Craft Beer Connoisseur ticket to get a 12-bottle sampler of selected summer seasonal craft beers. Raise a toast to Uncle Sam and drink in the best of America's fruits of the vine and amber waves of grain at this holiday weekend celebration.

Offer Dates: July 1, July 1, July 2

Full Price: $50 - $89  |  Our Price: $30 - $69


Spirit Cruises' Buffet Cruises: Dining, Dancing, Views & More
at Spirit of Washington, Washington

Step aboard the Spirit ship for unparalleled cruising fun on the Potomac River. Dine on a delicious buffet meal, dance to Top 40, country and R&B hits from the DJ, and catch breathtaking views of the Potomac River and the historic sights of our nation's capital. Soak in the fresh air, sip on delicious cocktails and see the spectacular monuments of DC by day or illuminated by night on this special three-hour excursion. Keep an eye out for special holiday cruises as well.

Offer Dates: June 3, June 16

Full Price: $116.91 - $132.87  |  Our Price: $70.15 - $79.72


Haunted Georgetown Walking Tour Unearths the Neighborhood's Scary Stories
at Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park, Washington

Did you know that behind the history, architecture and genteel ambiance of one of D.C.'s finest neighborhoods lie deep, dark secrets about a forgotten past? DC By Foot's Haunted Georgetown Walking Tour takes you on an evening stroll through the historic streets of Georgetown, where you'll learn true tales of crime, tragedy, romance and lore. Throughout your 90-minute tour, you'll hear a historian's take on all the curses, eerie coincidences and creepy occurrences that make up the darker side of days gone by. The houses, churches and cemeteries of this now-tony neighborhood are still haunted by their past. Come find out why.

Offer Dates: May 26, June 2, June 9, June 16, June 23, June 30, July 7, July 14, July 21, July 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Explore Historic Old Town Alexandria With DC By Foot
at Christ Church, Alexandria

Take a trip through time as VisitDC Tours uncovers the hidden histories of the fabled landmarks around Old Town Alexandria, including places frequented by figures such as George Washington and Robert E. Lee. Get a fascinating and in-depth look at this pre-Revolutionary port town's storied past. Your journey begins from Christ Church in Old Town Alexandria.

Offer Dates: May 27, June 3, June 17, June 24, July 1, July 8, July 15, July 22, July 29

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


New Opera "Independence Eve" Takes on Race & Identity in America
at The ARK at Signature Theatre, Arlington

With "Independence Eve", American Opera Projects explores ideas of racial identity and acceptance in America. Through three scenes set in 1963, 2013 and 2063, two singers -- Brandon Snook and Jorell Williams -- deliver a study of black and white America, offering commentary on the intricacies of race relations and the persistent stain of racism. The duo will portray new characters in each scene, grappling with issues of race in the past, present and future. With music by Sidney Marquez Boquiren and libretto by Daniel Neer, this thought-provoking work makes its world premiere at The ARK at Arlington's Signature Theatre.

Offer Dates: June 3, June 4, June 9, June 10, June 11

Full Price: $37  |  Our Price: $18.50


The Red Not Chili Peppers: Tribute to '90s Funk Rock Band
at The State Theatre, Falls Church

With appearances at major concert venues and festivals from coast to coast, this top tribute band re-creates the funk-rock vibe and trademark appearance of the Red Hot Chili Peppers with uncanny accuracy and unrivaled energy to produce a blistering live show. The Red Not Chili Peppers are set to play all the original group's hits at the The State Theatre in Falls Church, from the early classics like "Under the Bridge," "My Friends," "Soul to Squeeze" and "Behind the Sun" to '00's "Californication," and "By the Way" and "Stadium Arcadium"'s "Dani California" and "Snow (Hey Oh)."

Offer Dates: July 3

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $5


Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic: Eclectic Concerts for Music Lovers in Alexandria
at George Washington Masonic Memorial, Alexandria

By offering masterworks by famous names like Brahms, Britten, Copland, Sibelius and even Duke Ellington, as well as exciting new pieces by contemporary composers, The Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic has earned a stellar reputation for producing powerful and adventurous concerts. Under the leadership of award-winning music director and conductor Ulysses S. James, the symphonic orchestra of around 65 musicians also collaborates with acclaimed soloists and vocal ensembles each season for a series of performances at the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria.

Offer Dates: June 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Chamber Dance Project: Ballet, Tango & More Set to Live Music
at Sidney Harman Hall, Washington

Chamber Dance Project combines contemporary ballet and live music together on stage to create intimate, innovative and entertaining performances. Their latest production at DC's Sidney Harman Hall features the world premiere of "Songs by Cole", a ballet set to the music of Cole Porter, accompanied by a jazz trio. Also on the bill are works that evoke the rhythms of New Orleans, the tangos of Argentina and a pair of pieces by the company's artistic director, award-winning choreographer Diane Coburn Bruning.

Offer Dates: June 22, June 23, June 24

Full Price: $45  |  Our Price: $30


Drama "Simply Lace Finding Love Through Loss" Explores Grief, Awakening
at THEARC, Washington

Get ready for a rollercoaster ride of romance when the stage play "Simply Lace Finding Love Through Loss" comes to THEARC Theater for one night of vibrant drama. After her boyfriend proposes to her, Jenna is on cloud nine, only to see her happiness shattered when her fiance dies in an accident just hours after the proposal. Now, trying to put her life back together, she reconnects with her best friend from high school and finds herself having romantic feelings once again.

Offer Dates: May 27

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Magic, Mindreading & Mayhem: Illusionist Michael Kaminskas' "Parlour Tricks"
at The Federal House , Annapolis

In awed whispers, other magicians call Michael Kaminskas "the Architect" -- for Kaminskas builds the illusions that are the envy of the magic world. Just this year, the most prestigious conference of close-up magicians awarded him a "Doctorate Degree of Magic" while the connoisseurs at the Magic Castle summoned him for a command performance in Los Angeles. After a three-year run of sold-out performances of his solo show "Imagine", Kaminskas now ups the ante at the historic Federal House in Annapolis with "Parlour Tricks", an awe-inspiring night of mindreading, magic and mayhem. Performing everything from 16th-century conjuring to the cutting-edge magic of today, this world-renowned sleight-of-hand artist and mindreader will leave you cheering, laughing and wondering, "How'd he do that?!"

Offer Dates: May 25, July 8

Full Price: $50 - $65  |  Our Price: $28 - $30


Walking Tour of Van Ness and the International Chancery Center
at Van Ness-UDC Metro station's Connecticut Avenue West exit , Washington

Best known as site of the University of the District of Columbia campus, a model of the concrete design popular in the 1970s, the Van Ness neighborhood also features a surprising amount of green space, from Soapstone Park to landscaping around the modern architecture that defines the area's commercial corridor. One of the most distinctive structures is the former Intelsat Headquarters, said to resemble "a flotilla of spacecraft." Beyond is a hillside where the National Bureau of Standards laboratory complex once stood. In the 1960s, the U.S. State Department, seeking to address the pressing real estate needs of foreign governments, redeveloped the land as the International Chancery Center, the largest collection of specially built embassy buildings in the city. Singapore, China, Kuwait, Nigeria and tiny Brunei Darussalam are countries whose embassies most successfully reflect the architectural character of their home countries. Van Ness is also where you'll find "Sir Isaac Newton's Tree," one of the quirkiest sites in the city! See and learn about all this and more on this pleasant two-hour guided stroll.

Offer Dates: July 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Miho Hazama & The Brad Linde Expanded Ensemble: "Monk at 100"
at Atlas Performing Arts Center, Washington

The multi-talented Miho Hazama -- composer, arranger, pianist and conductor -- takes the reins of the Brad Linde Expanded Ensemble from the DC saxophonist-bandleader for this special event at the Atlas, celebrating the centennial of Thelonious Monk. Winner of the 2015 Charlie Parker Jazz Composition Prize, the Japanese-born Hazama performs and records with her own group, m_unit, but for this show, she'll be leading Linde's acclaimed 17-piece ensemble through her new big-band arrangements of Monk's famously challenging melodies. A pianist and composer, Monk was a jazz giant best known for tunes like "Round Midnight," "Straight, No Chaser," "Blue Monk" and many more.

Offer Dates: June 12, June 12

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Horton Foote's Family Drama "Night Seasons"
at Writer's Center, Bethesda

Written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Horton Foote, "Night Seasons" is anchored around the 93rd birthday of matriarch Josie Weems. Having outlived her daughter and husband, she finds that her biggest curse is longevity. Set in Harrison, Texas, the play moves back and forth through time, following the events of the Weems family as they try to find their place in the world. Unable to stand up against his wife, Mr. Weems, a banker, saves money for his daughter, Laura Lee, to do as she pleases. However, with no control over her own finances, Laura Lee finds her chances for independence constantly thwarted by her father, mother and brother. See this compelling drama take the stage of Writer's Center in Bethesda.

Offer Dates: July 14, July 15, July 16, July 21, July 22, July 23, July 28, July 29, July 30, August 4, August 5, August 6, August 11, August 12, August 12, August 13

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


Taste Northern Virginia Wine and More on Scenic Bus Tour
at Silver Spring Metro Station, Silver Spring

Come along on a relaxing and picturesque trip to historic Loudoun County in the foothills of Virginia's breathtaking Blue Ridge Mountains. Your morning starts with a continental breakfast and mimosas aboard a comfy tour bus. Then you'll visit family-owned vineyards to taste locally produced wine and learn all about selecting and pairing wines with your favorite dishes. You'll lunch at the charming Salamander Resort & Spa in Middleburg, and follow it up with some shopping and, of course, plenty of sightseeing and 18th-century history about the women and people of color who contributed to the founding of America. Sort of like "Hamilton" on wheels with wine! Don't miss what's sure to be a memorable day from Fruits & Roots Wine Tours.

Offer Dates: June 10

Full Price: $250  |  Our Price: $175


Relive History on the Lincoln Assassination Walking Tour
at St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington

It was a night that changed the history of a nation forever. Journey back in time with your guide to learn about the three-pronged attack designed to decapitate the U.S. government. Shrouded in mystery, intrigue and conspiracy, the assassination of Abraham Lincoln has long fascinated Americans. Gather at St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, D.C. for this family-friendly tour to meet the characters, walk the streets and see the buildings where this great drama played out.

Offer Dates: May 25

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


Scandal and Murder in Walking Tour of Lafayette Square
at Andrew Jackson Memorial, Washington

With a legacy that includes a racetrack, a graveyard, a zoo and a slave market, Lafayette Square is chock-full of history, and you'll learn all kinds of D.C. scuttlebutt on this adults-only walking tour. Stroll the grounds and listen as your knowledgeable guide dishes on murders, affairs, presidential secrets and scandals. Ghost stories abound in this gorgeous park, also known as Tragedy Square, just across the street from the White House.

Offer Dates: May 27

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


"Hamilton's DC" Walking Tour: Inspired by the Hit Musical
at Foggy Bottom Metro Station, Washington

The hit musical "Hamilton" has made history on Broadway, and now it's time to take the Founding Father back to his Washington DC roots. On this Washington Walk, you'll get a glimpse of some of the essential spots depicted in the show, like the White House, while learning about "the Lancelot of the revolutionary set" Marquis Lafayette and the "Ten Duel Commandments." Fittingly enough, you'll finish your brisk musical and political journey at The Hamilton restaurant and bar, where you'll have the opportunity to quench your thirst with a Hamilton Mule and toast the orphan immigrant-turned-legendary historical figure.

Offer Dates: June 24, July 22, August 19, September 9, November 4

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Comedy Night Hosted by Laughin' Lenny
at Beehive Event Center and Library Lounge , Fredericksburg

Comedy Night at the Beehive features comedians who have graced national stages and network TV. Lonnie Davis has performed on BET's "ComicView" and shared his dismay about dating young women who expect too much in bed. Big Doug Scott knows the trials of raising children all too well, especially when they want a pet and you go on a crazy expedition involving a pit bull and an ostrich. Laughin' Lenny has plenty of wisdom on the struggles of marriage, because when you get a wife, your mother becomes No. 2. The roof-raising comedy fellas hit Beehive Event Center and Library Lounge in Fredericksburg for a night of laughter to the rafters.

Offer Dates: May 27, June 24

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


NYC Comedy Invades D.C. With Jordan Raybould
at Town Tavern, Washington

Jordan Raybould is a rising star on the New York comedy scene and now he's hitting the Town Tavern in Washington to share the love. As if that weren't enough reason to make you want to turn off the TV and head out for some real laughs, Jordan's bringing some of his funny New York friends with him. They're people you've seen on Comedy Central, MTV, Netflix and other places. (Yeah, we know those are all on TV. But wouldn't you rather see these performers in person?) Oh, and he's bringing his brother Bret with him, too.

Offer Dates: June 23, July 28, August 25, September 22

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Emo Philips: Deadpan Stand-Up Legend at Drafthouse Comedy
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

Emo Philips' brilliantly absurd jokes and deadpan falsetto have made him one of the most unique stand-up comics around. Described by Jay Leno as "the best joke writer in America," he's inspired a generation of one-liner comics, but there's still nobody quite like him. He was named one of the 100 greatest stand-ups of all time by Britain's Channel 4, and "Weird Al" Yankovic (who cast Philips in his movie "UHF" and TV's "The Weird Al Show") has called him "the funniest guy in the world." His dozens of TV stand-up appearances include the "Late Show With David Letterman", "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", his own HBO special and more. See him live at the Drafthouse Comedy Theater in Washington, DC.

Offer Dates: August 11, August 11, August 12, August 12

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Unscripted Hilarity With Washington Improv Theater
at DC Arts Center, Washington

With several of their hilarious friends in tow, the irreverent and quick-witted performers at Washington Improv Theater (WIT) bring their exhilarating brand of unscripted comedy to D.C. Arts Center. Each installment of WIT's road show is the chance to see a different array of seasoned and up-and-coming improv troupes creating inspiring, unscripted magic right in front of your eyes. The variety of styles and talents on display makes every WIT event a show for the ages.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 26, May 27, May 27, May 28, June 1, June 2, June 2, June 3, June 3, June 4, June 8, June 9, June 9, June 10, June 10, June 11, June 15, June 16, June 16, June 17, June 17, June 18

Full Price: $12  |  Our Price: $6


Spanish Singer-Songwriter Rosana Arbelo ("Lunas Rotas")
at Howard Theatre, Washington

Growing up in the tropical paradise of the Canary Islands, Spanish musician Rosana Arbelo wasted no time in mastering her craft: She first took to the guitar at the age of five, and had written her first song by the time she was eight. Rosana's 1996 debut album, "Lunas Rotas", remains one of Spain's best-selling albums of all time, and since then she's released eight more albums, most recently last year's "En la Memoria de la Piel". Rosana comes to Washington, D.C. to perform hits from her distinguished career at the Howard Theatre.

Offer Dates: June 11

Full Price: $35  |  Our Price: $17.50


"Super Troopers"' Jay Chandrasekhar Performs Stand-Up
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

Best known as the writing/directing/acting mastermind behind comedy troupe Broken Lizard, Jay Chandrasekhar returns to his stand-up roots with this show at the Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse. The multitalented Chandrasekhar formed Broken Lizard as a sketch group with his college buddies, touring comedy clubs and college campuses before making their film debut, the cult favorite "Super Troopers". Chandrasekhar and Co. went on to make "Club Dread", "Beerfest" and the forthcoming "Super Troopers 2". In addition to his work with the troupe, Chandrasekhar has directed episodes of the Emmy-winning series "Arrested Development" and "Community". Catch this comedy auteur as he returns to the stage.

Offer Dates: June 2, June 3

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Summer Performance Series at Dance Place
at Dance Place, Washington

Since 1980, Washington, D.C.'s Dance Place has been the focal point for artists, audiences and students committed to pursuing and enriching the spirit of dance. Dance Place hosts local, regional and international dance companies every weekend for performances of tap, modern dance, African dance and hip-hop in order to expose members and the community to new styles and forms of dance. In addition to world class performances, the Dance Place school offers a variety of educational programs for all skill levels in the fields of dance, ballet, creative movement and tumbling.

Offer Dates: June 10, June 11, June 16, June 17, July 29, July 30

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


DMV Comic Andy Kline Live at "No Pulp Comedy"
at The Black Squirrel, Washington

"No Pulp Comedy"'s monthly showcase at The Black Squirrel highlights the DMV's best funny folks, and taking the stage in May is comedian Andy Kline, who is a familiar face at D.C.'s hot spots. He's shared the stage with Wanda Sykes and Dave Chappelle, and has been featured on XM Satellite radio. His new CD, "Vintage", features some of the big laughs that have him on the rise, and you can catch him, along with Damo Hicks and Max Rosenblum, at this comedy showcase.

Offer Dates: May 31

Full Price: $4  |  Our Price: COMP


Tour Beautiful & Historic Historic Georgetown on Foot
at Georgetown Waterfront, Washington

Washington, D.C. has some of the richest history of any city in America -- home to museums and monuments, architectural marvels and quaint neighborhoods that trace their roots back through 200 years of urban development. Visit DC Tours offers guided walking tours of neighborhoods like Georgetown to discover the homes of historic and contemporary rich and famous; from the people who built the port city to the Kennedys.

Offer Dates: May 28, June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25, July 2, July 9, July 16, July 23, July 30

Full Price: $29  |  Our Price: $14.50


Merry Mayhem Abounds in Holiday Comedy "A Tuna Christmas"
at Bowie Playhouse, Bowie

Everything's bigger in Texas, and that includes Christmas. In fact, the overheated holiday spirit of one tiny Texas town is enough to melt the North Pole in "A Tuna Christmas". Radio station news personalities Thurston Wheelis and Arles Struvie report live on the holiday craziness that has gripped Tuna, Texas (population: 24), including an imperiled "A Christmas Carol" staging and a sabotaged yard-decorating contest. Enjoy this hilarious holiday play at the Bowie Playhouse.

Offer Dates: November 3, November 4, November 5, November 10, November 11, November 11, November 12, November 17, November 18, November 19

Full Price: $22  |  Our Price: $11


Venture Back in Time to Historic D.C. in Georgetown Walking Tour
at Georgetown District, Washington

From 200-year-old mansions to historic churches and more, Washington D.C.'s Georgetown is truly a trip through time. And now, you get to soak in all the rich history of this fascinating neighborhood during "Georgetown's Famous Folks and Buildings". Throughout this walking tour, you'll be taken to houses of the city's movers and shakers like the Kennedys, remarkable historic properties like the Old Stone House, as well as those infamous steps from "The Exorcist" and much more.

Offer Dates: July 22

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Comedian Jenny Zigrino ("Conan", Comedy Central)
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

A tough East Coast comic by way of the kindhearted Midwest, stand-up comedian Jenny Zigrino packs a punch with her original, irreverent humor. Her unique wit, sharp observations and I-can't-believe-she-just-said-that honesty make for an unforgettable live experience. Recently, she made her late-night TV debut on "Conan", which she quickly followed up with a buzzworthy appearance on Comedy Central's "@midnight". Now she's taking Hollywood by storm, with major roles in "50 Shades of Black" and "Bad Santa 2". Luckily for you, Zigrino's found time in her busy schedule to swing by Drafthouse Comedy Theater in D.C. for a fun night of stand-up comedy.

Offer Dates: June 8, June 9, June 9, June 10, June 10

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Lincoln Assassination Tour: Trace John Wilkes Booth's Footsteps
at St. John's Episcopal Church, Washington

Why did America's most popular actor assassinate the president? And how did he accomplish it? Capital Photo History Tours takes you into the mind -- and the footsteps -- of John Wilkes Booth as he stalked President Abraham Lincoln before murdering him at the end of the Civil War. The two-hour tour moves from the White House to Ford's Theater, stopping at many points in between. Tour guide Rick Snider will have some special insights into this subject ... he's a distant relative both of Booth and of Booth's co-conspirator Mary Surratt!

Offer Dates: May 27, June 3, June 17, July 2, July 15, August 26, September 2

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Tibetan Singer Ani Choying: "The Buddhist Rockstar Nun"
at Lisner Auditorium, Washington

In a very special concert to benefit Nepalese earthquake victims, Ani Choying Drolma, who's been dubbed "the Buddhist rockstar nun" for her beautiful, bestselling take on traditional Tibetan chants and songs, delivers her musical message of peace to the gathered at DC's Lisner Auditorium. Hailing from the Nagi Gompa nunnery in the Himalayas, where she's lived and trained since the age of 13, the English-speaking Drolma was "discovered" in 1994 by American experimental jazz-rock guitarist Steve Tibbetts, with whom she's recorded a pair of widely acclaimed albums. Drolma's also released more than a dozen discs of her own, filled with her heartfelt, mesmerizing songs. Don't miss the rare chance to see this international artist perform live.

Offer Dates: June 24

Full Price: $35 - $50  |  Our Price: $17.50 - $25


"Peter Pan Jr.": A Whimsical Musical Adaptation for the Whole Family
at Herndon United Methodist Church Theater , Herndon

This fun musical stage adaptation of the classic book by J.M. Barrie and the beloved 1953 animated film tells the tale of a boy who wouldn't grow up. Young Wendy Darling loves to tell stories to her brothers, Michael and John. But when her father announces that it's time for her to move out of the nursery, Peter Pan comes to visit the children and whisks them away to Neverland. Their adventure introduces them to the Lost Boys, mermaids, Tinkerbell and even the dastardly Captain Hook. Featuring iconic songs like "I'm Flying," "I've Gotta Crow," "I Won't Grow Up" and more, your whole family will enjoy this warm, magical adventure at the Herndon United Methodist Church Theater.

Offer Dates: July 21

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"GI Film Festival": Honoring the Armed Forces on the Big Screen
at GI Film Festival-Locations, Washington

The "GI Film Festival" is dedicated to sharing the military experience, both inside and out of the arena of war. The festival is the first in the nation to exclusively celebrate the successes and sacrifices of service members through the medium of film. "GIFF" offers documentaries, narratives, features and cinematic shorts filmed by, for and about U.S. troops and their families. From fan favorites to world premieres to panel discussions, you'll explore films from new and established filmmakers hailing from home or abroad. They're all honoring the heroic stories of the American Armed Forces. Check the description for more details on festival events.

Offer Dates: May 25, May 26, May 26, May 28

Full Price: $15 - $35  |  Our Price: $7.50 - $17.50


John F. Kennedy Walking Tour of Georgetown
at Washington Walks Georgetown, Washington

A walk through Washington's tony Georgetown neighborhood is truly a trip through time, with its 200-year-old mansions and marvelous architecture, from Federal to Victorian. In the 1950s, John F. Kennedy, his wife Jackie and his siblings helped transform this historic neighborhood into the city's politically fashionable place to live. In honor of the centennial of the 35th US President's birth in May 1917, this two-hour walking tour of John F. Kennedy's Georgetown will take you to homes where the Kennedy family lived, a church where they worshipped, and residences of others related to the Kennedy tenure.

Offer Dates: May 26, May 27, May 28, May 29

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic: Eclectic Concerts for DC Music Lovers
at Church of the Epiphany, Washington

By offering masterworks by famous names like Brahms, Britten, Copland, Sibelius and even Duke Ellington, as well as exciting new pieces by contemporary composers, The Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic has earned a stellar reputation for producing powerful and adventurous concerts. Under the leadership of award-winning music director and conductor Ulysses S. James, the symphonic orchestra of around 65 musicians also collaborates with acclaimed soloists and vocal ensembles each season for a series of performances at DC's Church of the Epiphany.

Offer Dates: June 4

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Politics & Pints Capitol Hill Walking Tour
at US Capitol Building, Washington

On the Politics & Pints Capitol Hill Tour, you'll explore the historic Capitol Hill neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Discover the birthplace of American government while seeing iconic landmarks and learning fascinating history on this two-hour walking tour. Cap it all off by grabbing a drink in the city's oldest commercial district.

Offer Dates: May 23, May 24, May 25, May 26, May 27, May 29, May 30, May 31

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"Psychic Cabaret": Michael Jons' Mind-Boggling & Hysterical Show
at Eno Wine Bar , Washington

Michael Jons is a kind of expert safe-cracker -- but instead of bank vaults, he manages to break inside something far more secure: the "human brain". Any doubters need only attend his brilliant new show, "Psychic Cabaret". During this lightning-paced performance, Jons astonishes the audience with his Sherlockian style of people-reading, his Svengali-like powers to persuade and, of course, his incredible ability to seemingly read the thoughts of total strangers. But the show's highlight is the dazzling variety of psychic readings that Jons does, instantly and memorably, for lucky spectators. Be there for what "NewTimes" declared "one of the best date nights of all time."

Offer Dates: May 28, June 11, June 25, July 9

Full Price: $59  |  Our Price: $36


Comedian Jade Catta-Preta ("Manhattan Love Story", "Girl Code")
at Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse, Arlington

Jade Catta-Preta once worked as a caterer, gradually stealing bread sticks, cheese and bottles of wine, stashing them in her car. Her fame makes it hard to get away with that now, appearing in such shows as "Californication", "Daddy Knows Best", "Girl Code" and "Manhattan Love Story". She has dished on everything from reality TV and people thinking she's Jewish to mood swings and eating healthy so she can have satisfying bowel movements. The wild and whip-smart comedian hits Arlington Cinema 'N' Drafthouse.

Offer Dates: July 7, July 8

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Mentalist Alain Nu Shares His Secrets in "Mind-Magic & Merlot"
at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington

Alain Nu has headlined at Caesars Palace and the International Spy Museum, and performed for presidents, politicians and royalty. Now you can learn some of this world-class mentalist greatest mind-reading tricks at "Mind-Magic & Merlot", a series of monthly workshops in which attendees learn one of Nu's most foolproof feats -- perfect for performing as icebreakers at public speaking engagements or for amazing your friends and colleagues. Following each demonstration and lesson at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop in D.C., the conversation shifts into a deeper meditation on how principles of the week's concept may be utilized in everyday life. And as a special treat, merlot tastings will be offered throughout the workshop.

Offer Dates: June 2

Full Price: $35 - $45  |  Our Price: $17.50 - $22.50


Learn the Scandals Behind D.C.'s Lavish Embassy Row on a Walking Tour
at Dupont Circle Fountain, Washington

Before the Great Depression hit, Washington DC's Embassy Row was a playground for the rich. The area's luxe, lavishly decorated mansions, built in the late 19th century, were home to such events as a $1 million birthday for a dog, a spendthrift who carried the curse of the Hope Diamond, parties boasting two thousand guests, an iconic host whose personal life was grist for the gossip columns and much more. Learn about the high drama, fortunes and misfortunes during "Sex, Scandal and Sinners Along Embassy Row." In this informative, 90-minute walking tour, Capital Photo History Tours will share insider information about the scandals, architecture and history of this tony area.

Offer Dates: June 3, July 15, July 29, August 26

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Getting Paid to Talk: An Introduction to Voice Over
at Canvas Co-Work , Washington

Have you ever been told you have a great voice? Whether you're looking for a new career or just interested in making some extra money on the side, this workshop gives you a fun, realistic behind-the-scenes look at the voiceover industry. From audiobooks to training material, cartoons, documentaries, commercials and more, you'll learn the ins and outs of this growing field and how to avoid the common mistakes made by newcomers. Hear what a professional voice demo sounds like, discover which vocal types are most in demand, and record a short script under the direction of your instructor. This class is a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting.

Offer Dates: June 15

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Explore the Historic and Scenic Kalorama District of Washington, D.C.
at 22nd Street & Decatur Place NW, Washington

Explore Washington's beautiful and historic Kalorama district on a two-hour walking tour from Washington Walks. You'll begin this walking tour by ascending the "Spanish Steps" that lead to the heights of the Kalorama district of Washington, D.C. One of the most scenic neighborhoods in Washington, the high ground of Kalorama is known for its many embassies and ambassadors' houses. You'll explore the diplomatic community, the public artworks, and the historic houses of the district, including former U.S. president Woodrow Wilson's home.

Offer Dates: June 10, November 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Russian Opera Singer Olga Orlovskaya & the Washington Balalaika Society Orchestra
at Wakefield High School , Arlington

The Washington Balalaika Society celebrates the rich musical heritage of Russia, Ukraine and other Eastern European countries, as well as classical favorites and even Broadway's Lerner and Loewe, in a captivating concert with Olga Orlovskaya. A coloratura soprano, Orlovskaya was born into a family tradition of musical mastery and superior showmanship -- her great-grandfather is one of the most renowned Russian opera singers of the 20th century, bass Feodor Chaliapin. Orlovskaya herself has won prizes at international opera competitions in France, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Moscow and Italy, and comes to Wakefield High School in Arlington under the baton of WBS Maestra Svetlana Nikonova.

Offer Dates: June 4

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Comedian Mitch Fatel (Comedy Central, Sirius/XM Radio and Pandora) Comes to D.C.
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

Known for his deceptively innocent delivery and friendly demeanor that catches audiences off-guard once his edgy humor kicks in, comedian Mitch Fatel has been a correspondent for "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and the star of his own "Comedy Central Presents" special. The most requested comedian on Sirius XM Radio and a regular guest on "The Howard Stern Show", Fatel won awards at the El Mega Bowl de Comedy II in 2007, the 2006 Sirius World Series of Comedy and the prestigious Best comedian Award at the 2006 HBO Aspen Comedy Festival. His stand-up albums "Miniskirts and Muffins" and "Public Display of Perversion" hit the upper reaches of the "Billboard" and iTunes comedy charts. Experience him live when this meteoric talent hits the stage at Drafthouse Comedy Theater in the nation's capital.

Offer Dates: June 30, June 30, July 1, July 1

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Southwest D.C. Walk Reveals the Triumphs & Tragedies of Urban Renewal
at Waterfront Metro Station, Washington

In the 1960s, "urban renewal" was the hope of the future for revitalizing ailing cities or districts within cities. The unfortunate side effect of many of these projects was to destroy the character of neighborhoods and displace their residents. In Washington D.C., the epicenter for this phenomenon was a large swath of the Southwest. While the project did away with what remained of the 19th century architecture in the area, it was replaced with high-quality projects from architects like Chloethiel Woodard Smith, who used the vocabulary of modernism to design enduring residential communities. These designs exemplify why planners placed great hope in redevelopment, and as the buildings come of age, it's the perfect time to explore the area with Washington Walks. Along the way, you can reflect on what might be worth preserving and gain inspiration from the successful restorations of Arena Stage and the former Marina View Towers. Your guide will also identify what has already been lost and delve into the implications of urban renewal as the city moves into the future.

Offer Dates: August 12

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Walks' "Capitol Hill and Eastern Market" Walking Tour
at Capitol Hill and Eastern Market, Washington

Capitol Hill is best known as the home of the U.S. Congress, but it's also one of Washington's oldest neighborhoods. Washington Walks' tour explores the residential and historical sides of Capitol Hill and Eastern Market, from parks and historic 18th-century buildings to a famous jazz venue and much more. A tour with the guides of Washington Walks is so much more than the usual experience you get walking around and looking at the sights on your own. Let the experts show you the way!

Offer Dates: July 22, October 28

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Vocalist Jonathan Woody Breathes New Life Into Classical Music
at Bowie Center for the Performing Arts, Bowie

P.G. County's own bass-baritone Jonathan Woody brings color to classical music in this Bowie Center for the Performing Arts concert. "The New York Times" has praised Woody as "charismatic" and "riveting" and he's most notably performed with the San Francisco Symphony and the Grammy-nominated Choir of Trinity Wall Street. For this concert benefitting underserved local youth, he'll be joined by the Heritage Signature Chorale and youth performers from the Ottley Music School, along with pianist Lester Green.

Offer Dates: June 11

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Take a Guided Stroll Across the 11th Street Bridge
at Washington Walks - Across the 11th Street Bridge , Washington

Learn how public parks and neighborhood heritage are attracting visitors to the communities along the Anacostia River on a Washington Walks two-hour walking tour featuring a trek across the 11th Street Bridge. Start at the brand-new Capitol Riverfront, where you'll meet your guides, then follow the Anacostia Riverwalk past the Washington Navy Yard. Nearby is the entrance to the 11th Street Bridge, where breathtaking vistas of the Anacostia River can be enjoyed from its pedestrian walkway. The bridge is poised to be transformed into the 11th Street Bridge Park. Built on the original pillars of the old road bridge, the new park will be roughly the size of three football fields placed end-to-end! On the opposite side of the bridge, you'll have the opportunity to explore the Anacostia Historic District, a hilly riverside enclave established in 1854.

Offer Dates: October 14

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Abraham Lincoln's Washington" Walking Tour
at Downtown DC - adjacent to the White House, Washington

Abraham Lincoln was a crucial figure in American history, and many of the key events of his life and presidency took place right here in the heart of Washington, D.C. Although much of the city's character from the Civil War era is gone, many sights still evoke Lincoln's life and times -- and one of the expert guides from Washington Walks will show them to you. The busy Washington streets are not that different today than they would have been in the 1860s, when the president himself made his way through them -- except that 21st-century Washingtonians benefit from sidewalks and paved thoroughfares rather than dirt pathways. In Lincoln's day the area would have often been a muddy slog. As you walk on this two-hour guided tour, hear the fascinating story of the first American leader to be assassinated.

Offer Dates: June 10, July 29, August 26, September 23, October 14, November 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Walking Tour of Historic Foggy Bottom
at Foggy Bottom Metro Station, Washington

Once a little industrial port town called Hamburg, Foggy Bottom occupies the prime real estate between Georgetown and the White House, and is home to the campus of George Washington University. On this two-hour guided walking tour, you'll explore the neighborhood's blue-collar background and historic architecture. The Watergate, the most infamous office building in DC, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts are both located in the area as well. The tour wraps up on the GWU campus at the new Textile Museum and the Albert H. Small Washingtoniana Collection, which opened in March of 2015.

Offer Dates: May 27

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Walks' Tour of Logan Circle Offers Victorian Elegance & Fascinating History
at Downtown DC - adjacent to the White House, Washington

After more than a century of transformation, Logan Circle is now one of the most sought-after addresses in Washington. With its beautiful Victorian homes, it has evolved from rural obscurity to an enclave of architectural splendor, where impressive restoration and renovation continue and cool restaurants and shops beckon. If you're a fan of Second Empire or High Victorian Gothic homes, this informative two-hour walking tour is definitely for you. If you're simply fascinated by the dynamics of urban neighborhoods, the residents of Logan Circle past and present will inspire you with their tenacity, vision and determination to preserve the historic district even as it teetered on the brink of decline.

Offer Dates: July 1

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Russian Opera Singer Olga Orlovskaya & the Washington Balalaika Society Orchestra
at F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, Rockville

The Washington Balalaika Society celebrates the rich musical heritage of Russia, Ukraine and other Eastern European countries, as well as classical favorites and even Broadway's Lerner and Loewe, in a captivating concert with Olga Orlovskaya. A coloratura soprano, Orlovskaya was born into a family tradition of musical mastery and superior showmanship -- her great-grandfather is one of the most renowned Russian opera singers of the 20th century, bass Feodor Chaliapin. Orlovskaya herself has won prizes at international opera competitions in France, Bulgaria, Luxembourg, Moscow and Italy, and comes to the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre in Rockville under the baton of WBS Maestra Svetlana Nikonova.

Offer Dates: June 3

Full Price: $25  |  Our Price: $12.50


Comedian Marcella Arguello ("@midnight", "Take My Wife")
at Drafthouse Comedy Theater, Washington

Standing over 6' tall, the only thing more intimidating than Marcella Arguello's height is her comedy. She's smart with a street edge as she shares her hilarious take on everything from race, gender and family to relationships, music and pop culture. TV fans may recognize Arguello from appearances on "@midnight" and "Take My Wife". Her Twitter account was featured on TIME.com, CNN and Comedy Central and she's opened for a long list of comic stars, including Hannibal Burress, David Alan Grier and Colin Kane. Now, watch her take center stage at D.C.'s Drafthouse Comedy Theater.

Offer Dates: June 16, June 16, June 17, June 17

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


U Street and Howard Theater, A Walking Tour
at U Street NW, Washington

Take a walk along U Street, Washington's "Black Broadway," where Duke Ellington grew up and was inspired, where musical greats such as Cab Calloway, Pearl Bailey, Jelly Roll Morton and Dizzy Gillespie played the local clubs into the wee hours of the morning, and where movie palaces mingled with pool halls, restaurants and barber shops. The two-hour guided walking tour features stops at the Lincoln Theatre, the Howard Theatre, the Thurgood Marshall Center, the African American Civil War Memorial and one of the first hotels to welcome African American guests.

Offer Dates: July 8, September 2

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Georgetown Waterfront Walking Tour: Exploring Georgetown's Historic Waterfront
at Washington Walks Georgetown, Washington

Washington, D.C.'s Georgetown waterfront was originally a bustling tobacco port, a gritty place with busy wharves and rowdy taverns. Eventually, however, the tobacco trade dwindled and Georgetown's economy required a new driving force. This came in the forms of mills constructed along the waterfront. On this guided two-hour walking tour, you'll see what has become of them. First, though, stroll past the waterfront's quant little houses. Lock #3 of the C&O Canal comes next, followed by a panoramic view from the edge of the Potomac River. A tiny neighborhood once called Brickyard Hill now boasts a luxury hotel constructed around a former incinerator. Alley life is revealed with a trek into Cherry Hill. Then peek inside what was once Georgetown's public market. The tour concludes with a walk through Cady's Alley, Georgetown's enclave for swank home design and elegant furnishings.

Offer Dates: August 19

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Women of Civil War Alexandria Walking Tour
at The Lyceum, Alexandria

Many think the Civil War was fought by men, but women had plenty to do in the fight for rights, trade and freedom. Alexandria was a city with Southern sympathies continuously occupied as a Northern supply depot. The women of Alexandria experienced the war not as a battle but as a day-to-day way of life. The National Women's History Museum shows how the war was not just fought with muskets and bayonets, but also with trade and supplies. You can experience the unique stories of a diverse group of women on this walking tour through history meeting at The Lyceum in Alexandria.

Offer Dates: July 7, July 14, July 21, August 18, August 25, September 1

Full Price: $15  |  Our Price: $7.50


Rock Creek Cemetery Walking Tour
at Rock Creek Cemetery, Washington

While a cemetery might not seem like the ideal place for a stroll or a picnic, in the 19th century, places like the Rock Creek Church Yard and Cemetery offered visitors tranquil settings in which they could escape city life. In this walking tour from Washington Walks, you'll get a chance to reconsider cemeteries for their aesthetic beauty. First established in 1719, Rock Creek was later expanded and today features a rolling landscape and pathways that wind beneath groves of trees. You'll stop to admire the artfully crafted sculptures, tombstones and mausoleums of some of the most prominent citizens in the city's history, including writer Gore Vidal, brewer and philanthropist Christian Heurich, and Henry and Marian Adams, whose stunning memorial was designed by August Saint-Gaudens.

Offer Dates: November 4

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Learn How to Use LinkedIn to Build Your Business
at Metro Offices , Washington

Did you know that LinkedIn has a new platform? Learn how to use it in a way that will help you build your business by connecting -- the right way -- with clients, customers and prospects. You'll learn the best way to build your LinkedIn profile, what to do once you're connected, and how to leverage this networking tool in the most effective way during this workshop with social media trainer Romona Foster at Metro Offices in Washington DC.

Offer Dates: May 24

Full Price: $129  |  Our Price: $64.50


"Getting Paid to Talk": An Introduction to Voice Over
at American Inn of Bethesda, Bethesda

Have you ever been told you have a great voice? Whether you're looking for a new career or just interested in making some extra money on the side, this workshop gives you a fun, realistic behind-the-scenes look at the voiceover industry. From audiobooks to training material, cartoons, documentaries, commercials and more, you'll learn the ins and outs of this growing field and how to avoid the common mistakes made by newcomers. Hear what a professional voice demo sounds like, discover which vocal types are most in demand, and record a short script under the direction of your instructor. This class is a great first step for anyone interested in voice acting.

Offer Dates: June 28

Full Price: $40  |  Our Price: $20


Tour Dupont Circle With Washington Walks
at Dupont Circle Metro Station, Washington

Named for a prominent Delaware family, Dupont Circle evolved from a hardscrabble "wilderness" to Washington's most fashionable address by the close of the 19th century. Today it's one of the D.C. area's most vibrant neighborhoods for visitors and locals alike. The mansions and elegant rowhouses remain, many as single-family residences. Others house museums, bed and breakfasts, embassies or nonprofit organizations. The neighborhood has evolved as the heart of the local LGBT community. Get a comprehensive overview on this guided two-hour walking tour from Washington Walks. You'll start with a look at a "brewmaster's castle," then it's on to Dupont Circle itself, where people-watching and chess matches are favorite pastimes. The National Trust for Historic Preservation is headquartered nearby in a former luxury apartment building. A church that rose from the ashes to become a beacon of social activism is next, followed by a block of stunning rowhouses designed by one of D.C.'s most prolific architects. The walk concludes at its original starting point, the Dupont Circle Metro station.

Offer Dates: August 5, November 18

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Washington Walks Tour of D.C.'s Columbia Heights Neighborhood
at Columbia Heights Metro Station, Washington

The 14th Street corridor between Irving Street and Park Road at one time was one of Washington, D.C.'s most thriving shopping and entertainment destinations outside of downtown. Then, in 1968, riots following the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. sparked extensive looting and burning of commercial property. For years afterward, boarded-up businesses and empty lots marred the formerly vibrant Columbia Heights area. Now the area is experiencing a cultural and commercial resurgence, making it a hot spot once again. On this fun and informative two-hour Washington Walks tour, hear the history and see the exciting changes that have taken place.

Offer Dates: June 17, September 16

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


Southwest D.C. History in Buzzard Point Walking Tour
at Waterfront Metro Station, Washington

Take a fascinating historical walk through Southwest D.C.'s Buzzard Point, the chosen site for the future Audi Field, before it changes forever. A residential enclave bisected by the James Creek Canal and bordered by the Anacostia River, you can experience historical touchstones such as the William Syphax School, James C. Dent house, intact blocks of Sanitary Housing and Fort Leslie J. McNair. You'll also witness more modern sites such as James Creek Housing, James Creek Marina, the magnificent 1933 Pepco power plant and the last remaining examples of Washington's waterfront industry. Set out from the Waterfront Metro Station for a opportune trip through Washington, D.C. history.

Offer Dates: June 24

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


"Sex, Ghosts and Guns": Tour the Notorious White House Neighborhood
at Andrew Jackson Memorial, Washington

A forbidden love leads to murder in the park and the first case of "temporary insanity." A gun battle failed to kill a president while a duel left an admiral dead. Even the ghost of First Lady Dolley Madison supposedly still rocks on the porch of her final home just a few doors from where the Lincoln conspirators tried to kill Secretary of State Willam Seward. No wonder the White House has a fence around it. The "Sex, Ghosts and Guns" tour takes you to these and more sites around the White House that have gone down in infamy. This two-hour Capital Photo History outing visits 21 spots, including the President's Church, President's bank, a building designed by Napoleon, lions bought for a pope and a whole lot more. Both photography and history buffs are sure to get their fill. The tour begins and ends at the Andrew Jackson statue in Lafayette Park by the White House.

Offer Dates: July 2, September 2

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Capitol Hill Photo Tour: A Guided Walk With Photo Tips
at Photo-Worthy Stops in Capitol Hill, Washington

Explore one of the most historically significant and picturesque parts of the nation's capital with this two-hour photo tour of Capitol Hill. Throughout this fact-filled tour, you'll learn why Lady Freedom faces away from downtown, what the building underneath the capitol building's dome was originally used for and where to locate a notable spring that includes drinking fountains and 21 seats for visitors. After circling Congress' home and seeing the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court, you'll head down to the Ulysses S. Grant monument, which includes breathtaking cavalry and artillery charges, and finish the tour with a stroll through the United States Botanic Garden, the oldest botanic garden in North America. Along the way, your knowledgable tour guide will also share some great techniques for capturing the best photos of these historic sites.

Offer Dates: July 8

Full Price: $50  |  Our Price: $25


Congressional Chorus Premieres 12-Language Masterwork
at National City Christian Church, Washington

The Congressional Chorus' 30th season comes to a crescendo with "New Horizons: Music Without Borders", a joyful celebration of global diversity featuring the DC premiere of a 12-movement song cycle by Chinese-American composer Christopher Tin. Inspired by cultures from every corner of the world, the Grammy winner's "Calling All Dawns" weaves Japanese haiku, Portuguese poetry, Maori proverbs, the Torah, the Latin Mass, the Bhagavad Gita and more into a true aural adventure, guided by this acclaimed 160-voice ensemble at National City Christian Church.

Offer Dates: June 3

Full Price: $30  |  Our Price: $15


"L'Enfant Plaza and the Southwest EcoDistrict" Walking Tour
at L'Enfant Plaza, Washington

Residents of Washington, D.C. may know L'Enfant Plaza as a pedestrian-unfriendly area near the National Mall. But it's scheduled to become one of the next big things in the near future, with the National Capital Planning Commission refashioning and rebranding the entire area as the SouthwestEco District. On the "L'Enfant Plaza and the Southwest EcoDistrict" walking tour, you'll get to discover this little-understood, yet fascinating section of the city, a place where the federal government, Mid-century modern architecture, transportation and historic buildings all come together with ramps, open spaces and pocket parks -- and a six-acre memorial to President Dwight D. Eisenhower coming soon.

Offer Dates: September 23

Full Price: $20  |  Our Price: $10


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