Tickets & Events in Highland Park

ARTS San Antonio Presents Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo on Thursday, November 13 (Up to 50% Off)

"Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo"

Multiple Locations

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Loving parody of famous ballets and modern dance pieces by tutu-clad male performers

$29 $15

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La Ley at The Aztec Theatre on October 29 at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

La Ley

Aztec Theatre

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Chilean rock band with two Latin Grammys and one Grammy thrills with greatest hits and new songs

$40.17 $20

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San Antonio Rampage Hockey Game at AT&T Center on October 17 or 31 (Up to 51% Off)

San Antonio Rampage

AT&T Center

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The Rampage return to AT&T Center to face Western Conference foes in some of the first home games of the 2014–15 season

$26.53 $13

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"The Big Bash" for Two at The Hideout Theatre Through December 26 (Up to 50% Off)

"The Big Bash"

The Hideout Theatre

All-star improvisers play games, create long-form stories, and pluck laughs from thin air

$30 $15

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Theatre en Bloc Presents "Cock" at The Off Center, October 3–26 (Up to 50% Off)

Theatre en Bloc Presents "Cock"

The Off Center

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The protagonist finds himself in love with both a man and a woman in this candid, award-winning comedy

$30 $17

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$10 for a Movie for Two with Popcorn and Soda at Southwest Theatres ($21.25 Value)

Southwest Theatres

Northwest Austin

Regular and 3D blockbusters broadcast on seven screens at a theater stocked with a full spread of concessions

$21.25 $10

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Outdoor Movie and Popcorn for Two or Double Feature for Two or Four at Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In (Up to 58% Off)

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In

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Independent flicks and classic films from the 50s to the 90s fill the screen at Austin’s only drive-in movie theater

$24 $12

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Stephanie Sant'Ambrogio has classical music in her blood. The one-time concertmaster of the San Antonio Symphony descends from a line of concert pianists and symphony violists, and her sister Sara plays the cello in the award-winning ensemble Eroica Trio. One summer evening in 1996, Stephanie was feeling deprived during the symphony's seasonal hiatus when inspiration struck: why not found a new festival all her own? Going strong 17 years later, the Cactus Pear Music Festival sprawls out with five concert programs scheduled in three cities over the course of two weeks.

205 James Street
Boerne,
TX
US

Founded by cellist Kenneth Freudigman and violist Emily Watkins Freudigman in 2004, Camerata San Antonio brings together a symphonic roster composed of several of the San Antonio Symphony's principal players and more than a few internationally recognized musicians. More than a dozen acclaimed artists might be on-call for a concert during any given season, and the entourage's diverse concert schedule consequently offers plenty of strikingly different small-ensemble performances.

250 James St
Boerne,
TX
US

Starplex Boerne Cinemas 11 adds a little extra shine to every screening with modern technology and screening rooms. Viewers are thrust right into the action of the film by 3D projectors, and 100% digital systems create crystal-clear views of the movie industry’s dazzling special effects. Luxury leather chairs—stacked stadium style—envelope audience members in plush comfort while also providing them with the unobstructed sightline required to see every production assistant’s name in the credits. Other welcome amenities include automated box-office kiosks, an onsite specialty café, and an expanded concession stand that serves the theater’s signature $1 hot dogs.

205 Old San Antonio Road
Boerne,
TX
US

The seasoned performers of Piccadilly Circus dazzle audiences of all ages with 90 minutes of acrobatics, comedic high jinks, and trained animals beneath the big top. Audiences gasp at high-flying trapeze artists swooping through the air with the confidence of a kite in a wind tunnel, as well as contortionists able to bend themselves into human bonsai trees. Death-defying motorcyclists roar into a caged globe to perform a 360-degree display of vehicular mastery. Gaggles of clowns coax out chuckles, and a trained elephant parades around the ring, occasionally stopping to memorize an audience member's phone number. General-admission seating surrounds the ring, allowing ample viewpoints from which to observe the boisterous spectacle.

25665 Boerne Rd
San Antonio,
Texas
US

Strings of multicolored lights twinkle above Mi Casa Tamales' three spacious acres, which are home to an intimate dining room, a cantina, a breezy, tree-shaded patio, and a kid-friendly play area. Known for their Texas-sized tamales that weigh more than 3 pounds per dozen, Mi Casa's chefs ably combine Texan and Mexican cuisines into appetizing dishes accented with house-made sauces including avocado salsa, cowboy stew, and tomatillo sauce. Music floats on the air during warm summer nights, serenading diners with guitars, piano, and tacos thumped rhythmically on drumheads.

25930 Interstate 10 W
Boerne,
TX
US

Since 1920, the expansive fields of San Antonio Polo Club have hosted scores of dignified clients as they’ve learned and mastered the noble sport of polo atop equally noble steeds. The club’s staff inducts newbies into the elite ranks with beginner polo lessons, hosts more experienced players in open-play sessions, and challenges advanced patrons to compete in tournaments or to learn to play the horse’s role. Due to the club’s history and commitment to introducing polo to new generations, it has been featured in the Museum of Polo and Hall of Fame.

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Bergheim,
TX
US