Tickets in Chicago

Illinois Philharmonic Orchestra – Up to 73% Off

Harris Theater for Music and Dance

$44 $12


The national premiere of a symphony suppressed by the Nazis, a Vaughan Williams piece, and a collaboration with the lauded Avalon Quartet

Up to 51% Off Rooftop Cubs Game


$141.17 $69


Gaze over Wrigley Field's right-centerfield wall from a luxurious rooftop as the Cubs continue to charge through the 2014 season

Take in 33rd-Floor City Views During an Intimate Jazz Soiree


$70 $70

Jazz vocalist Erin McDougald and her ensemble serenade guests as they mingle, sip cocktails, and watch the sun set over the Chicago skyline

McDonald's All American Games—Up to 34% Off Ticket

United Center

$15.18 $10


The nation's top basketball players collide in the 37th McDonald's All American Games, an annual showcase of young hoops stars

History of Freestyle Music – Up to 43% Off Concert

Concord Music Hall

$172.49 $99


Celebration of freestyle music features New York stars including Lisa Lisa and George Lamond, plus local acts Fast Eddie and White Knight

Scott Stapp – Up to 65% Off

House of Blues Chicago

$76.10 $26.50


Powerhouse vocalist from the late '90s and beyond unleashes his primal voice in a set of new solo hits and Creed classics

JC Brooks and the Uptown Sound – Up to 37% Off


$23.75 $15


Chicago band described by NPR as "Soul with its jacket off" blazes through a set of originals and funkified covers

Panic! At The Disco – Up to 44% Off

FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

$35.95 $20


Vaudevillian rockers get audiences shaking to a catalog of high-energy dance hits and Vegas-inspired tunes from their latest album

Third Day & Skillet – Up to 41% Off

The Chicago Theatre

$49.18 $29


Contemporary Christian acts include genre-defining superstars, youthful up-and-comers, and budding hit-makers

Ivan Amodei – Up to 47% Off Magic Show

Ritz-Carlton Chicago

$85 $45


Award-winning magician dazzles with carefully wrought illusions and witty banter, accompanied by a live cellist

Wrigley Field Rooftop Club—Up to 65% Off Cubs Game

Wrigley Field Rooftop Club

$185.37 $69


Watch a Cubs game from rooftop seats overlooking Wrigley Field while enjoying unlimited beer, food, and amenities such as plasma TVs

33rd Annual Chicago Music Awards – Up to 52% Off

Copernicus Center

$33 $16


250 nominees vie for honors in 37 categories, including Best New Entertainer and Most Outstanding Group; live acts to be announced shortly

"Million Dollar Quartet" – Up to 49% Off

Apollo Theater

$74.50 $38


Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, Elvis Presley, and Johnny Cash gathered together for one incredible jam session re-created by this musical

Up to 44% Off Pink Floyd Tribute

The Abbey Pub

$12.55 $7


A classic Pink Floyd concert comes to life, complete with a laser-light show and psychedelic videos

"Cooley High Live on Stage" – Up to 61% Off

Harold Washington Cultural Center

$80 $40


Theatrical adaptation of the 1975 coming-of-age film set in Chicago follows high-school pals through fun and tragedy

EDM Nation featuring Cazzette – Up to 50% Off

Aragon Ballroom

$50 $25


Night of dance music featuring international artists Cazzette, Manufactured Superstars, Brass Knuckles, and Medina

Up to 37% Off Rooftop Billy Joel or Blake Shelton Concert

Lakeview Baseball Club

$156.18 $99


Indulge in food, drinks, and lush modern amenities while enjoying a concert from the legendary piano man or a country superstar

Up to 43% Off Burlesque at Gorilla Tango Theatre

Gorilla Tango Theatre

$35 $20


Performers sling jokes and shed clothes during burlesque parodies of "Batman" and "The Empire Strikes Back"

Up to 64% Off Daft Punk Tribute

House of Blues Chicago

$19.20 $7


Daft Punk tribute re-creates the feel of the Alive 2007 tour with chrome helmets, old and new remixes, and a full-scale pyramid

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The Chicago Actors Studio encourages imagination and emotional exploration as it educates aspiring thespians in the dramatic arts. With affiliates in New York and Los Angeles, the studio welcomes students of all ages and experience to hone their skills through practiced scene study and individual monologues. The 10-week Acting as a Craft class showers a broad curriculum of skills upon actors-in-training, teaching them the nuances of acting onstage, on camera, or on top of a speeding train. Classes cover cold readings, as well as the initial steps toward becoming a master manipulator of voice and movement. Students ready to share their skills can benefit from expert wisdom in the Audition Power class, where instructors teach the tiny tricks necessary to quickly build relationships with scene partners, handle callbacks, and dress appropriately for the role.

2040 N Elston Ave

Inside Visceral Dance Center’s old brick warehouse on Elston Avenue, dancers prowl, leap, and pirouette their way to fitter frames and flawless technique. Founder and artistic director Nick Pupillo and his agile instructors lead students through steps in myriad dance styles⎯including ballet, contemporary jazz, hip-hop, modern, and movement and improvisation⎯teaching them to dance solo or perfect a waltz with their shadows. Each Visceral Dance Center instructor specializes in one or two methods of dance, and they impart their expertise to students ranging in age from 2.5 years to adulthood during weekly classes. The space also hosts performances by the training center’s progressive-house company, Visceral Dance Chicago, and the Visceral Studio Company, a group of 15 youth dancers from the greater Chicago area.

2820 N Elston Ave

Hailed by the Chicago Tribune for their “pure tone, clear vowels, and firm blend,” the singers of the Bella Voce chamber choir wrap silken vocal cords around composer George Frideric Handel’s masterful oratorio during a performance of Baroque classicism. The choral ensemble takes on this cornerstone of the Western musical canon with historically accurate gusto, enlisting the string-and-brass accompaniment of period-instrument ensemble The Callipygian Players to recreate Handel’s work as the composer himself may have experienced it. Artistic director Andrew Lewis swings his conductor’s wand with aplomb, casting necromantic spells that raise his predecessor’s spirit from the dead to terrify the chorus into hitting higher notes.

126 East Chestnut Street

Guitar Chicago caters to music lovers of all ages by helping them achieve their melodic and rhythmic goals through relaxed, effective instrument instruction. Teachers schooled in myriad genres draw sound buckets from wells of music knowledge and performing experience in order to fortify the skills of both beginning musicians and experienced bards. Fledgling chord learners can take advantage of the school's in-house instruments for no additional charge, eliminating the risk of accidental busking when carting pianos on the bus. Ideal for hectic lifestyles, Guitar Chicago boasts flexible lesson times and easy online scheduling and is within walking distance of public transit.

150 N Michigan Ave

The Great Urban Race is a one-day event pitting teams of two against one another in a race combining physical challenges, scavenger hunts, and puzzles. Up to 700 twosomes will traverse 4 to 8 miles of Toronto terrain on foot and by public transportation as they solve 12 challenging clues in a fun quest to reach the finish line first. Sample clues and challenges from past Great Urban Races include charades, bubble-gum chewing, pig Latin deciphering, bicycle races, and word scrambles, making this race ideal for competitive eaters and cryptographers alike. Teams are encouraged to dress up in matching outfits, and prizes will be awarded for best costume. Prizes are also given for race results, with $300 going to first place, $200 to second place, and $100 to third place. The top 25 teams will qualify for the National Championship in New Orleans in November, with the top three teams receiving free entry. Each participant gets a T-shirt and postrace refreshments of fruit, granola bars, and a run through a Perrier sprinkler. Read over the rules and FAQs for more information.

4400 North Lake Shore Drive

From a Center Circle seat, located in sections 106–108 of Toyota Park in Bridgeview, you'll get an awesome view of all the foot-fueled fútbol action that has made the game into what most consider the most popular spectator sport in the world. Watch the game like a soccerish sparrow, chanting and cheering on the Chicago Fire as they bicycle-kick balls and block opposing shots in their quest for goal-filled glory, or throw your shouts of contempt like deadly pennies tossed from low-hanging clouds of fiery fandom. Spectators can douse their own throat conflagrations with the two drink tickets included in this deal.

2442 North Clark Street