- Four performances in ARTS San Antonio's 2013–14 season
- Door time: one hour prior to showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.
- Click here to view the entire season.
- $68 for Value seating at four performances (up to a $116 value)
- $104 for Advantage seating at four performances (up to a $176 value)
- $164 for Superior seating at four performances (up to a $276 value)
- $264 for Premium seating at four performances (up to a $440 value)
- Click here to view performance dates, times, and locations.
After you redeem your Groupon online, you will receive tickets to your desired performances by mail. These tickets will be mailed after August 30, 2013. Present your tickets at the listed venue on the day of the performance.
These tickets are not valid for the Floating Festival events.
ARTS San Antonio 2013–14 Season
- For dances that resemble moving Dali paintings on surreal, industrial set-pieces, see Diavolo Dance Theater
- For an athletic performance on massive Japanese wadaiko drums, see the Yamato Drummers
- For a holiday as spicy as homemade gumbo, see Preservation Hall Jazz Band's Creole Christmas
- For a more traditional holiday celebration, see Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker
- For a dance troupe that starred in a Grammy-nominated music video and gives audiences "a fleeting glimpse of the inner workings of the universe," according to Alastair MacCaulay, see Pilobolus
- For a flamenco-fusion performance by seven brothers with a knack for dramatic costuming, see Los Vivancos
- For an evening of lilting song and lively dance that draws on the history of Ireland and Celtic folklore, see Celtic Nights
- For a performance by a Grammy-winning Afro-Cuban jazz musician whose collaborators range from Dizzy Gillespie to Alicia Keys, see Arturo Sandoval
- For a multimedia dance performance by a troupe who specializes in using everyday objects in unfamiliar configurations, see Motionhouse
- For a world-class performance by the gold, silver, and crystal medalists of the 2013 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, see the Grand Concert
- For a violinist who trained with Itzhak Perlman, but looks like he trained with Lady Gaga, see Amadeus Leopold