Tickets & Events in Cocoa

80's in the Park Festival at Wickham Pavilion on September 26–28 (Up to 50% Off)

80's in the Park

Wickham Pavilion

$78 $39

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Nostalgic festival featuring 21 of the 80s' most beloved musicians, including Bow Wow Wow and Faster Pussycat, plus a Nintendo competition

J Alvarez at House of Blues Orlando on Saturday, August 23, at 10 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

J Alvarez

House of Blues Orlando

$41 $21

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Dance to the reggaetón of Puerto Rico’s Grammy-nominated master of swagger

Fitz & The Tantrums at CFE Arena on September 11 at 8 p.m. (Up to 44% Off)

Fitz & The Tantrums

CFE Arena

$35.95 $20

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The soulful and funky indie-pop stars behind "The Walker" and "Out of My League" get crowds dancing with an invigorated live performance

Independence Music Festival at Firestone Music Park on Saturday, August 23, at Noon (Up to 39% Off)

Independence Music Festival

Firestone Music Park

$162.18 $99

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12 hours of EDM on seven stages, with water slides, fire spinners, aerial artists, gogo dancers, food trucks, vendors, and more

The Orlando Comedy Show at The Mezz on Friday, August 29 (Up to 56% Off)

The Orlando Comedy Show

The Mezz

$20 $11

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Nationally touring comics including John Charles and Justin Lawson take the stage

The Truth Behind His Success: "The Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort on September 16 at 6 p.m. (Up to 55% Off)

The Truth Behind His Success: "The Wolf of Wall Street" Jordan Belfort

Bob Carr Performing Arts Center

$199 $89

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The entrepreneur whose life story inspired The Wolf of Wall Street shares secrets on sales, money management, and building a business

Blue Man Group on July 30–August 31 at Blue Man Group Theatre at Universal CityWalk (Up to 39% Off)

Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group Theatre at Universal CityWalk

$88.50 $54

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Acclaimed trio of painted humanoids specialize in performances with unconventional percussion and colorful visuals

Standup Comedy at The Orlando Improv (Up to 75% Off)

The Orlando Improv

Southwest Orange

$40 $15

Nationally renowned comedy club hosts up-and-coming and established comedians seen on late-night television and comedy specials

Improv Comedy Show Including Beer or Wine for Two at Sak Comedy Lab, August 23–December 27 (Up to 50% Off)

Sak Comedy Lab

Central Business District

$40 $20

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Comics compete for laughs, clash in competitions, and create characters, songs, and scenarios on the spot

Four or Six TIckets to the Big Bang Bazaar on Saturday, August 9 (Up to 67% Off)

Big Bang Bazaar

Maitland Civic Center

$20 $7

Dozens of independent artists and vintage collectors showcase eclectic items at a one-day bazaar

Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater at Osceola Heritage Park (Up to Half Off). Three Dates Available.

Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater

Osceola Heritage Park Exbihiton Hall

$15 $10

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Battle of good versus evil plays out between Lord Darkness, Lady Golden Eyes, and their two villages during dinner

Movie Night for Two or Four with Appetizers or Desserts, and Beer, Wine, or Soft Drinks at Cinematique (Up to 51% Off)

Cinematique

Daytona Beach

$35.95 $18

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Art movie house with digital projection and surround sound serves appetizers including hummus, caprese skewers, and popcorn

Repticon FIRExpo for Two Adults and Two Children at The Lakeland Center on September 13 or 14 (Up to 50% Off)

Repticon FIRExpo

The Lakeland Center

$30 $15

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Reptile, amphibian, and arachnid breeders and experts showcase creatures' behavior and biology through exhibits and demonstrations

Classic Albums Live Presents Elton John at Youkey Theatre at Lakeland Center on Friday, August 15 (Up to 50% Off)

Classic Albums Live Presents Elton John

Youkey Theatre at Lakeland Center

$33.50 $16.75

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Virtuosic musicians faithfully recreate Elton John's multi-platinum 1974 compilation

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Equipped with 3-D capabilities and digital sound, Spotlight Theatres Searstown 10 can easily handle the increasingly sophisticated demands of modern film projection. The theater is also preparing for future innovations coming down Hollywood's pipeline. Here are three upgrades on the horizon: Tantalus 3D

The latest action extravaganza based on Greek mythology. As the greedy Tantalus is punished by the gods and trapped between water he can't drink and food he can't reach, audiences feel like they're there with him thanks to the magic of 3-D glasses with the lenses removed.

End Times

Advances in CGI and multitrack editing have allowed Hollywood to layer the final five minutes of every Best Picture–winning film into a single cathartic joyride. The festival circuit has praised the sequence where Michael Corleone orchestrates an assassination of Forrest Gump, Rocky, and Mozart just as they board swan-ships in the Grey Havens, only to be avenged by hordes of medieval Scotsmen led by Lawrence of Arabia.

Dances With Wolves

Now that technology has caught up to Kevin Costner's original vision of the frontier on the cusp of modernity, this classic has received a digital remastering. Lieutenant John Dunbar is stationed on the edge of Sioux territory, but soon finds himself torn between the opposing worlds of unstoppable Western expansion and simple tribal virtues. The bittersweet film tells the universal tale of old versus new. Also, everyone rides unicorns.

3550 S Washington Ave
Titusville,
FL
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Strolling the marble floors of Premiere Theaters Oaks Stadium 10, moviegoers in July 2012 saw something odd beyond the entryway’s stone columns: Batman’s motorcycle from The Dark Knight. Displayed to raise even more anticipation for the trilogy’s conclusion, the prop was the most obvious example of film coming alive at Premiere Theaters, though not the only one. 3D images pop from select Oaks Stadium screens, while the latest digital picture and sound coalesce during immersive Hollywood films. Relax during every feature in tiered rocking seats with retractable armrests and ample room to stretch out.

1800 W Hibiscus Blvd
Melbourne,
FL
US

For the past century, a dragon has haunted the town of Melbourne, soaring over it by night and lighting the sky with bursts of flame. Locals have tried to slay him, but none of them have succeeded?hence this year's Dragon Festival, a two-day celebration with an ulterior motive. The fighter who proves best in the games will have to face down the dragon once and for all.

At least, so the legend goes. But even if Gedeon turns out to be a myth, the festival is real, blending elements of Renaissance Faires with pieces of Highland Games. As Celtic tunes and live performances fill the air with music, revelers try their hand at games from classic cornhole to "vegetable justice," in which they pelt a stockade-bound wretch with tomatoes and cabbages. Artisans showcase their wares at a variety tables, meanwhile, displays of old-timey crafts, such as blacksmithing and welding, give visitors glimpses of another era. As though that weren't enough excitement, acrobats, stilt-walkers, sword battles, jousting knights, and fire breathers stroll through the crowd, adding a surreal touch to the proceedings?which benefit the Save Dragon Point Foundation.

2500 Parkway Drive
Melbourne,
FL
US

Dedicated to healthcare since 1995, Christine has filled her knowledge coffers with two degrees in the healing arts and extensive experience in acute critical cardiac care. Today, she spreads her skills through CPR, AED, and first-aid classes. For healthcare professionals, bankers, cooks, coaches, and pragmatic superheroes, she supplements her certification courses with on-site sessions specifically designed for the workplace. Other, more specialized classes, include a first-aid course for new parents and a babysitter boot camp designed to help children 11 years or older prevent and react to emergencies with their wards.

3201 Budinger Avenue
St. Cloud,
FL
US

Fans of sci-fi, fantasy, and superhero shows, movies, and comics gather to celebrate their shared interests at CONjure. For three days, costumed guests mingle with new friends and old pals, shop for paintings and drawings from professional artists, and play tabletop, board, and console games for hours on end. Panel discussions and seminars from experts such as Space Ghost: Coast to Coast's George Lowe and The Legend of Neil director and writer Sandeep Parikh inform visitors of new trends in costuming, special effects, and media. Attendees can also compare their posters and life-size cardboard cutouts to the real-life forms of stars such as Mark Sheppard from Firefly and Supernatural, Kelly Hu from Arrow and X-Men 2, and Joel Hodgson from Mystery Science Theater 3000.

4250 Alafaya Trail, Suite 212-187
Oviedo,
FL
US

For more than 25 years, the Festival of Orchestras has attracted internationally renowned symphony orchestras to fill central Florida with the crashing thunder of brass instruments and the melodious vibrations of strings. Hearken to the harmonious reverberations of the German State Philharmonic, playing its first U.S. tour and featuring conductor Philippe Entremont, whose enigmatic conducting style has inspired musicians and accidentally opened intergalactic wormholes. With this deal, you'll get to witness the orchestra at Longwood's Northland Performing Arts Center, called a "music lover's dream" by the Orlando Sentinel for its wide seats and warm acoustics. The program includes a sweeping performance of historically moving pieces, including Weber's Oberon Overture, a piano concerto by Mozart, and Mahler's Symphony no. 4. Call 407-539-0245 to reserve spots for a free optional pre-concert lecture at 6:30 p.m.

1353 Palmetto Ave
Winter Park,
FL
US