Tickets in Boynton Beach

Up to 50% Off Jerk & Caribbean Cultural Festival

South Florida Fairgrounds

$35 $18

Spend Memorial Day listening to live reggae and chowing down on delicious Caribbean cuisine at the South Florida Fairgrounds

52% Off One Hour of Indoor Soccer Field Rental

West Palm Beach

$165 $80

Hour-long rentals of indoor soccer fields lit with natural light, built with padded synthetic turf, and equipped with impact netting

50% Off at the Deerfield Beach Wine & Food Festival

Deerfield Beach

$90 $45

Sip wine and craft-beer samples, take in cooking demos from gourmet chefs, and dance to Urban Gypsy Band or Groove Line

Judy Torres – Up to 50% Off Freestyle Concert

Firehouse Nightclub

$29.13 $15

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Dance-pop singer hailed as "The Queen of Freestyle" performs hits such as "Come Into My Arms" and "No Reason to Cry"

The Marshall Tucker Band – Up to 40% Off Concert

The Borland Center for Performing Arts

$43.43 $26

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Seminal country-rock crossover act plays hits such as “Heard It in a Love Song” and “Fire on the Mountain”

Up to 51% Off Concerts at The Rrazz Room

The Rrazz Room - Coral Springs Museum of Art

$50.52 $25

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Concert from acclaimed vocalist or tribute to beloved musicals

Up to 47% Off Sherlock's Dinner Theatre Show

Coral Springs Center for the Arts

$66 $35

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Interactive dinner theater experience sends audience members on a virtual night out with party girl Maria and her best friends

59% Off Coastal Championship Wrestling Event

City of Coral Springs Charter School

$29 $12

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Star-studded event features top CCW showmen, including Carlito "Caribbean Cool" and Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake

Fort Lauderdale Strikers – Up to 52% Off Match

Lockhart Stadium

$31 $15

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With a new coach and two acquisitions from the German Bundesliga, the Strikers set out on their path to NASL glory in the 2014 season

47% Off Movie Package For Two at Gateway Theatre

Fort Lauderdale

$41.50 $22

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Moviegoers enjoy popcorn and soda during a classic, current, or indie flick in a historic theater

50% Off at Jupiter Seafood Festival

Abacoa

$30 $15

Listen to local bands while eating fresh fish, perusing nautical vendors' goods, or having fun with kid-friendly activities

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Not many actors can say they've performed in a production directed by a 12-year-old, but Erin Coley has always had an instinctive sense of how to put on a show. Years later, she and her husband, J.R., founded Standing Ovation Performing Arts, assembling eight other experts in the field to encourage kids to get on the stage as early as possible. Improv comedy, puppetry, and playwriting help students express themselves while giving them the skills to deliver confident class presentations and rousing monologues on the futility of naptime.

4953 Le Chalet Blvd
Boynton Beach,
FL
US

It's 1980-something. Glen, a young boy, dons a pair of glasses with one blue lens and one red, excited by this new technology that's supposed to make things on the screen pop out at you. During the next two hours, Glen ducks swooping avians during the revival of Alfred Hitchcock's ¬The Birds in 3-D, terrified, yet thrilled. This is one of Glen Gray's earliest memories about the theater his father built more than 30 years ago. Today, Glen lives out those moments each day as the proprietor of Movies of Delray, where the projectors roll a medley of Hollywood features, and foreign, art-house, and independent films.

Gold walls and burgundy curtains lend to the lobby’s art-deco air, and a large chandelier illuminates more than 60 pencil drawings of movie icons of yore, such as John Wayne, Elvis, and Marilyn Monroe. This old-fashioned lobby disguises the updates within: brand-new bathrooms, granite countertops at the concession stand, and in the theaters themselves, digital surround sound and updated seating. Rows of black leather seats cushion moviegoers with high backs and wide benches so cozy that Glen claims guests have fallen asleep in them, only waking up at the end of the picture or when Bruce Willis turns out to have been a metaphor all along.

In celebration of film, professor Shelly Isaacs graces the theater with screenings of obscure Oscar-winning or Oscar-nominated foreign films. After each screening, he discusses the film with audiences, dissecting and analyzing the cinematography, characters, and plot.

7421 W Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,
FL
US

For two weekends every October, the sounds of laughter and German folk music echo across a field in Lake Worth. The American German Club's traditional Oktoberfest celebration, which sprawls across 10 acres under an open-air pavilion and a tent, has been going on for 40 years now and doesn't show any signs of stopping. Each day kicks off with the parade of flags and, sometimes, a ceremonial keg-tapping. Afterward, indoor and outdoor kitchens perpetually sizzle up authentic German bratwurst, leberkäse, and pastries. Meanwhile, bartenders pour four styles of Hofbräu Bier, as well as imported liquors and domestic brews. While vendors display traditional German crafts, the festival's stages erupt with folk-dancing, choral singing, and Bavarian tunes from two German groups, Heldensteiner Band and Die Lustigen Bayern.

5111 Lantana Rd
Lake Worth,
FL
US

At Visual Eyes at Mizner Park and Real Eyes on Atlantic Avenue, licensed optometrist Aaron Evans oversees full-service optometry centers and an inventory of more than 1,500 designer frames from makers such as Gucci, Ray-Ban, and Chanel. The staff uses state-of-the-art technology, including the optomap retinal scan, to examine eyes. The optomap produces full-color, high-definition images of the retina without dilating the eye, which can help reduce blurriness and sensitivity to light after the exam. The doctors prescribe appropriate lenses such as single-vision, bifocal, or progressive, with available add-ons such as Transitions lenses or scratch-resistant coatings. They also stock more than 400 varieties of sunglasses, enough for a gang of 50 spiders protect their eyes and look uniquely cool at the same time.

433 Plaza Real
Boca Raton,
FL
US

Tickets for children under 10 are available to The Wizard of Oz screening for $20.

433 Plaza Real
Boca Raton,
FL
US

A nationally sourced all-star roster of professional singers, Seraphic Fire weaves complex vocals and dynamic performance into a shimmering audio-visual tapestry. Their popular Christmas program features English, Spanish, and American carols, sung with classical poise and seasonally appropriate gusto. Patrons can fill their ears amidst flickering candlelight, and enjoy sweeter sounds than those produced by well-intentioned but atonal door-to-door carolers and traveling reindeer choirs.

100 Northeast Mizner Boulevard
Boca Raton,
FL
US