Tickets in Atlanta

"Il Divo: A Musical Affair" – Up to 53% Off

Chastain Park Amphitheatre

$74.50 $40

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Tony-winner Lea Salonga joins the operatic pop quartet for an evening filled with the greatest songs of Broadway

Up to 53% Off Atlanta Fashion Week Event

Hyatt Regency Atlanta

$64.29 $30

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Models show off frocks, bags, and menswear from local and international designers as live music sets the beat

Up to 55% Off Atlanta Chamber Players Concert

Multiple Locations

$16.20 $8

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Acclaimed chamber music group treats audiences to programs of premiere works and beloved classics

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra – Up to 47% Off

Atlanta Symphony Hall

$269.20 $144

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Award-winning symphony explores orchestral works ranging from Tchaikovsky to Marvin Hamlisch, including several world premieres

Up to 52% Off "The Ark" Improv Show

The Plaza Theatre

$33.04 $16

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Six top improv theaters combine forces for an epic evening of off-the-cuff comedy to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Atlanta improv

Up to $50.85 Off Video-Game-Themed Symphony

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

$58.70 $41

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A full orchestra and chorus recreate the memorable music of modern video-game classics such as Halo and Portal

Up to 60% Off at Uptown Comedy Corner 

Marietta Street Artery

$30 $20

Intimate comedy venue has landed such acts as Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle

Up to 61% Off at Laughing Skull Lounge

The Vortex Midtown

$49.20 $19

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A rotating roster of nationally touring comics entertains crowds at a 74-seat club voted Atlanta's Best in Creative Loafing

Murder-Mystery Dinner for Two with T-Shirts (Up to 42% Off)

Atlanta Marriott Suites Midtown

$169.88 $99

Amateur sleuths dig into a choice of chicken, fish, or vegetarian entrees while solving a mysterious murder perpetuated by disguised actors

Up to 62% Off Art Workshop at Blue Mark Studios

English Avenue

$150 $65

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Couples pause between brushstrokes to sample a buffet and sip on red or white wine

Beyond Business LIVE! – Up to 48% Off

DoubleTree by Hilton Atlanta Airport

$48.50 $25

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Veteran entrepreneur Daven Michaels teaches attendees how to increase their finances and free time with marketing and delegation techniques

Up to 53% Off Mother's Day Caribbean Gospel Concert

Studios At The Galaxy Theaters

$31.74 $15

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Dr. Norris Weir of The Jamaicans and Sherell Rosegreen celebrate Mother's Day with reggae-tinged gospel

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For more than 20 years, Carrie Heller's life has been a balancing act between honing her circus talents and helping others. Today, the licensed clinical social worker, a founding member of the American Youth Circus Organization, blends therapy methods with big-top techniques at the Circus Arts Institute, benefiting children and adults alike with mind- and body-benefiting acrobatics that send students swinging, twirling, and laughing through the air.

Carrie and her team of instructors acquaint students with circus-performance fundamentals using the trapeze, tight wire, Spanish web, and juggling balls. They bolster core and upper-body strength during Circus Arts Fitness workouts, which have been featured on CNN for their exciting approach to toning. For students with special needs, such as sensory challenges or ADD, they host Circus Arts Therapy classes. These sessions channel playful and positive energy as small groups learn to navigate circus equipment, enhancing their confidence, social skills, and physical coordination in a much more natural way than going on a handstand speed date.

206 Rogers St NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

In support of her high-decibel new album, Rihanna kicks off her hotly anticipated LOUD tour with emphatic gusto and a sizzling roster of special guests. Like an art show at a sundae bar, the LOUD tour floods the senses, enchanting audiences with lavishly designed sets, myriad costume changes, move-busting dancers, and Rihanna's songbook of Grammy magnets. Crooner Cee Lo Green augments the songful offerings with his own vocal talents, and Roc Nation rapper and rhythm scientist J. Cole further helps resuscitate ear drums traumatized by the outside world's blaring car horns and shrill howler monkeys.

2002 Lakewood Ave SE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Since 2006, Academy Ballroom Atlanta's instructors have helped competitive and social dancers two-step toward mastery of ballroom and Latin dance styles. Their classes range in style from the fiery moves of salsa to the elegant steps of the waltz to the boisterous footwork of swing, all of which can be scaled to suit varying abilities. During private lessons, the teachers' personalized attention helps develop each pupil's dance floor skills before they improve their patterns and techniques among peers at group classes. Those lessons culminate in group practice sessions, during which guests review their newfound moves while making an effort not to dip their partner into another dimension. Along with in-studio training, Academy Ballroom Atlanta hosts monthly semiformal dance parties, and its performance company, Atlanta Ballroom Dance Theater, wows crowds with shows—up to 90 minutes long—performed by professional and pro-am dancers.

800 Miami Cir NE, Ste 140
Atlanta,
GA
US

One of the great surprises about Atlanta is its bustling local theater scene. Actor’s Express is one of the most reliable and innovative groups in town, always focusing on challenging, creative work. Located in the King Plow Arts Center in West Midtown, the theater itself is rather intimate. You can easily spot the actors in the lobby after the show to congratulate them on a job well done, but the quality is equal to that of Atlanta’s larger, haughtier venues. Founded in 1988, Actor’s Express has always believed in pushing the boundaries of the local theater scene, as evidenced by recent productions like the sexy drama Venus in Fur and the historical rock musical Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson. They also incorporate classics like Equus and Kiss of the Spider Woman into their seasons. Annual subscriptions are available, which make for an inexpensive and interesting gift.

887 W Marietta St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

Horizon Theatre Company is one of Atlanta’s longest-running small theaters, with a devoted following of season ticketholders. Located in the heart of Little Five Points, it is convenient to several local restaurants like The Vortex, but if you skip dinner before the show you can always indulge in one of the theater’s giant cookie-dough cookies. This company is known for comedic favorites like The Waffle Palace and David Sedaris’ The Santaland Diaries; these productions return year after year and are always popular. The shows also include offerings for the younger set like Madeline’s Christmas, as well as more adult-focused works by local writers, like Third Country and The Book Club Play. Seating is general admission, with certain sections reserved for subscribers. But the Horizon Theatre Company is intimate enough that there really isn’t a bad spot in the house.

1083 Austin Ave NE
Atlanta,
GA
US

Up until his death in 2000, Willie B. the gorilla was the most popular attraction at Zoo Atlanta. Instead of a mere statue or winding highway in the shape of his silhouette, Willie's legacy lives on in the form of a professional soccer team: the Atlanta Silverbacks. The Silverbacks, who were called the Atlanta Ruckus before changing their name in 1998, originally played as part of the USL from 1999–2009, at which point the team announced its departure to become co-founders of the North American Soccer Association. Today, the Silverbacks draw fans to the 5,000-seat stadium at Atlanta Silverbacks Park, a sprawling complex with four full-size soccer fields for professional, semi-pro, and amateur play.

3299 Northcrest Rd
Atlanta,
GA
US