Tickets & Events in Atlanta


Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

The Venetian Room

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

$60 $29

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J. Cole Featuring Big Sean with Special Guests YG and Jeremih on Saturday, August 15 (Up to 46% Off)

J. Cole – Forest Hills Drive Tour feat. Big Sean

Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood

Grammy-nominated rap star touts his latest #1 album, “Forest Hills Drive,” with all-star support from Big Sean, YG, and Jeremih

$37.75 $20.50

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra: Christopher Theofanidis’s "Creation/Creator" on April 23 or 25 (Up to 41% Off)

Christopher Theofanidis’s "Creation/Creator"

Atlanta Symphony Hall

World premiere of Grammy-nominated composer’s work about divinity and humanity, using ideas from science, poetry, and religion

$68.04 $40

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Four Tickets or One Season Pass to See the Georgia Spartans at Andrew & Walter Young Family YMCA (Up to 40% Off)

Georgia Spartans

Andrew & Walter Young Family YMCA

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Local athletes showcase their skills on the hardwood against developing talent from other UBA squads

$20 $12

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Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents “Legends” at Philips Arena, February 11–16 (Up to 49% Off)

Feld Entertainment

Philips Arena

Unicorns, wooly mammoths, and even a pegasus perform unbelievable feats alongside acrobats, cossack riders, clowns, and lion tamers

$20.70 $10.50

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Cirque Italia at Plaza Fiesta on November 28–December 7 (Up to 41% Off)

Cirque Italia

Plaza Fiesta

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Capering clowns, strongmen, and death-defying acrobats perform atop a water-filled stage during a two-hour spectacle

$52 $31

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Saint Patrick's Day Celebration Party at Stout Irish Sports Pub on Saturday, March 14, at 12 p.m. (Up to Half Off)

Saint Patrick's Day Celebration Party

Stout Irish Sports Pub

Scotty K of Power 96.1 hosts a day of live music (including an 80s tribute band), DJ sets, and dancing—plus a bangers-eating contest

$30 $15

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$35 for "Wonderland" for One from Caló Gitano Flamenco Dance Company ($50 Value). Three Dates Available.

Calo Gitano Flamenco Dance Company

Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta

Adults and children can enjoy an adaptation of Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland that stars flamenco dance and music

$50 $35

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UniverSoul Circus at The Green Lot At Turner Field on February 4–25 (Up to 32% Off)

UniverSoul Circus

Turner Field

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Worldly cast dazzles audiences with aerial performances, exotic animals, and hip-hop dance set to pulsating music ranging from soul to Latin

$22.85 $15.50

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Christmas with the Georgia Boy Choir at Peachtree Road United Methodist on December 19 or 20 (Up to 50% Off)

Christmas with the Georgia Boy Choir

Peachtree Road United Methodist Church

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Accompanied by full orchestra, choir sings favorite Christmas songs and leads audience sing-along

$22 $11

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Star 94 Jingle Jam Featuring The Script, Echosmith, and Lindsey Stirling at Cobb Energy on 12/18 (Up to 51% Off)

Star 94 Jingle Jam Featuring The Script, Echosmith, and Lindsey Stirling

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

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The Celtic-soul act of hit song “Breakeven (Falling to Pieces)” joins rock violinist Lindsey Stirling and Echosmith of “Cool Kids” fame

$48.20 $24

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"Bodies: The Exhibition" through January 30 or "Extreme Dinosaurs" through January 4 (Up to 42% Off)

Extreme Dinosaurs or Bodies: The Exhibition

Atlantic Station

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Marvel at animatronic dinosaurs and real fossils, or explore the human body by viewing carefully preserved specimens

$29.16 $18

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Ralphie May at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on Saturday, November 29, at 8 p.m. (Up to 31% Off)

Ralphie May

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

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Last Comic Standing finalist skewers taboos with button-pushing jokes and boyish charm

$31.75 $22

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It's never too early to start making music. That's one of the core values at Georgia Boy Choir, an organization that encourages children as young as five years old to raise their voices, and provides them opportunities to harmonize through high school. Along the way, youngsters are continually motivated to strive for excellence. The choir's five-tier system, for example, helps participants continually develop their skills, such as music theory, sight-singing, and good posture. And they put their learning into practice during frequent performances. The Concert Choir?the group's hallmark ensemble?travels throughout the Atlanta region during the year, then swims across the pond to locales as far-flung as England's Oxford and Wells Cathedrals. Stateside, the boys join voices with singers from across the country at their Annual Georgia Boy Choir Festival and Grand Finale Concert, an event that welcomes vocalists of all experience levels.
3180 Peachtree Road Northwest
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
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.
3200 Atlanta Silverbacks Way
Atlanta,
GA
US
Throughout nearly seven decades, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has bridged musical gaps with an extensive catalog of Grammy-winning recordings that include symphonies, operas, and both gospel and classical choral works. Once helmed by the chorale superstar Robert Shaw, the orchestra has produced six Grammy-winning releases in its 12 years under current director Robert Spano. Its allied institution, the Atlanta School of Composers, provides training, support, and ear massages for hardworking contemporary artists.
1280 Peachtree St.. NE
Atlanta,
GA
US
Each Tuesday evening, the comedy curators at Hysterical Events introduce formidable funnypersons to tickle the collective brain matter of laugh-primed audiences. From the swanky, New York–style surrounds of Jerry Farber’s Side Door (located within the historical Landmark Diner), guests can chortle at the high-brow observational musings of August 16 headliner Thomas Jenkins, or guffaw at the practiced punch lines of Dan Mengini, a long-time comic, TV actor, and featured performer on August 23. Hands weary of clapping can toss bouquets or deadpan pet raccoons onstage after an incisive joke about blue-collar labor from Atlanta local Primetime Steve, who tops the bill on September 13. Throughout the show, foursomes can order laugh-lubricating libations and food from waiters roaming the tabletop seating of the gallery. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. for an 8:30 p.m. start time, and patrons should check the Hysterical Events calendar for information on upcoming acts.
3652 Roswell Road Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US
As you gear up for cheery holiday travel and festive airport lines, transport yourself to a time when travel was neither so comfortable nor so speedy. With today's Groupon to Theatrical Outfit, $15 gets you a ticket to see Mark Brown's stage adaptation of ¬Jules Verne's classic novel Around the World in 80 Days, a $35 value. Your ticket is good for performances from 10/28 through 11/1 and 11/5 through 11/8 (click here to see showtimes for those dates). Once you've got your Groupon, call the box office to reserve your preferred date and the FAA to notify it of your imminent global balloon jaunt. Gain new appreciation for the fellow air traveler who insists on showing you pictures on his phone, or get inspired to set out on a trans-Siberian jaunt by this comedic continent-hopping adventure.Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
84 Luckie St NW
Atlanta,
GA
US
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