Tickets & Events in Decatur

Walker Stalker Con 2014 at The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart on October 17 or 19 (Up to 50% Off)

Walker Stalker Con 2014

The Atlanta Convention Center at AmericasMart

$37.75 $19

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The stars of AMC's "The Walking Dead" and "Comic Book Men" treat fans to panels, events, and zombie fun

Brad Paisley at Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood on Thursday, August 14 (Up to 63% Off)

Brad Paisley

Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood

$36.25 $15

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Award-winning country singer Brad Paisley takes the stage with rising stars Randy Houser, Leah Turner, and Charlie Worsham

"Heart of the King: A Tribute to Elvis" at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre on June 21 (Up to 49% Off)

"Heart of the King: A Tribute to Elvis"

Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

$58.70 $30

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Winners of Graceland's Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist contest shake their hips on stage in a tribute that spans The King's entire career

Celebrity Basketball Game for Two or Four with Hotdogs and Sodas at Atlanta Metropolitan College (Up to 42% Off)

Atlanta Celeb Fest

Atlanta Metropolitan College

$112 $65

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As part of Atlanta Celeb Fest, the celebrity basketball game pits entertainment and sports stars against each other amid live performances

Rodrigo y Gabriela at Chastain Park Amphitheatre on Saturday, August 9, at 8 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

Rodrigo y Gabriela

Chastain Park Amphitheatre

$57.50 $28

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Famed guitar duo showcases their instrumental mix of metal, jazz, and world music

Atlanta Dream Basketball Game at Philips Arena (Up to 61% Off). Five Games Available.

Atlanta Dream

Philips Arena

$35.55 $14

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Led by superstar Angel McCoughtry, the Dream take on five Conference rivals as they pursue a fifth-straight playoff berth; autograph ops

$24 for VIP Admission to the Atlanta Seafood & Craft Beer Festival for One on Aug. 9th ($35 Value)

Atlanta Seafood and Craft Beer Festival

Piedmont Park

$35 $24

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Food-truck, restaurant, and craft beer festival showcases delicious seafood meals and local craft brews

"Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular" Starring Brandon Boyd, JC Chasez, and Michelle Williams (Up to 58% Off)

"Jesus Christ Superstar Arena Spectacular"

Philips Arena

$57.85 $24.50

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Members of Incubus, *NSync, Destiny’s Child, and Sex Pistols tear into Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s groundbreaking rock musical

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On the morning of September 11, 2001, Robert Herzog dropped off his laundry, picked up his mail, and took the local C train to work instead of the express A train. When he arrived for work at the north World Trade Center tower that morning, nearly 300 of his coworkers were dead. Stunned by his inexplicable escape from death, Herzog battled through his trauma by focusing on the good things in his life. Earlier that year, he met his wife-to-be playing coed softball. He had enjoyed the league but felt he could do better. Tempered by the sense of charity and community that was so ubiquitous after September 11, he opened ZogSports—a sports league that donates 10% of its profits to charity—in 2002.

Since then, leagues have spread from New York and the northeast out to Atlanta and the Twin Cities. Casual competitors in their 20s and 30s team up in touch-football leagues and indoor-volleyball leagues, making new friends on the field, at postgame happy hours, and at preseason press conferences.

When teams sign up for ZogSports's leagues, they choose a charity to represent. From there, teams compete to win the league championship, come up with the funniest team name, or order the most drinks at the bar after the game, all of which earn them money for their charity of choice. To date, the company has donated more than $1.5 million to various charities.

2875 Northside Drive Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US

Jose Maldonado has been moved by the lively rhythms and smooth horns of Latin music as long as he can remember, swaying his body with the steps of Afro-Cuban, salsa, and cha-cha styles. The Puerto Rico native has been performing, choreographing, and teaching dance since 1999, appearing on stages and film sets across globe and working alongside stars such Oscar D'León, Grupo Niche, and The Black Eyed Peas. In 2004, Jose founded PasoFino Dance Studio, where he shares his passion for dance and years of expertise with aspiring students.

In his spacious studio, Jose and his staff of experienced dance instructors conduct private and group sessions in a variety of styles including salsa, mambo, cha-cha, and belly dancing. They work with students of all experience levels, guiding them through spins, body movements, and footwork at a comfortable pace. The dedicated dancers also choreograph, teach, and perform for special events—ideal for those who’d like to tango at their wedding or break into a lively mambo number during their next company financial-earnings presentation.

8610 Roswell Rd, Ste 910
Atlanta,
GA
US

A night on the town can take many directions: dinner can lead to a comedy show, dancing can transition to quiet drinks in a shadowy booth, a raucous concert can segue into a slice of pizza. Hitting all those spots in one night, however, can require a small fortune in cab fare. Not at the Andrews Entertainment District. Like a toddler trying to draw their city, this 30,000-square-foot nightlife oasis puts eight restaurants, bars, and clubs under one roof.

Patrons sample sushi and infused Russian vodkas atop the frozen counter of Czar Ice Bar or dig into eclectic small plates from around the world at Cellar 56. Prohibition, meanwhile, serves classic cocktails in an environment reminiscent of a 1920s speakeasy, complete with plush leather furniture. Nearby, Atlanta's branch of the Improv Comedy Club hosts jokesters on nationwide tours while Andrew's Upstairs fuels floor-thumping dance parties late into the night.

56 E Andrews Dr NW
Atlanta,
GA
US

"The Tease." It's more than a series of scintillating maneuvers. It's a release. It's eye-popping, orchestrated doffing as an art form, and it's just a taste of the empowering and vociferous avenues chartered at The Atlanta School of Burlesque. Operated by a team of burlesque professionals who've mastered the craft of unleashing steam, the combination dance, fitness, and rehearsal studio acts as a magnet for women of all shapes, sizes, and demeanor hoping to unveil their inner starlet. Students not only explore their sexy side, they also gain physical fitness in the process, and encounter an entire community of encouraging, like-minded performers. Along the way, students learn the history of the burlesque art form and the bells and whistles of its theatrics, master the art of seduction while learning how to bump n' grind, and become experts in boa safety and proper fan-dance velocity.

1745 Defoor Place Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US

As may be apparent by her name, studio director Ursula Undress is a student of both classical burlesque and its neoburlesque modern revival. At her studio, she puts together a curriculum that pays tribute to the history of sultry dance while also integrating its modern trends. Among the goals of the classes is for all women to learn to confidently swing their hips and master the subtle art of the tease—while striking up a renewed relationship with their inner temptress. Ursula and her fellow instructors also add variety to classes by integrating sexy hoop dancing, graceful ballet moves, or Latin-inspired dance forms, including salsa, cha-cha, and mambo. Students looking for a more intense workout can tone up through the studio’s go-go fitness classes that are aided by an upbeat pace and hefty gold-plated feather boas.

1745 Defoor Pl.
Atlanta,
GA
US

Atlanta’s Woodruff Arts Center is the city’s grandest artistic complex, containing the High Museum and the Alliance Theatre, in addition to the Atlanta Symphony. Located right in the middle of Midtown, the theater is comfortable for both dates and young families, and since the Atlanta Symphony is known for its fantastic acoustics, there are no bad seats in the house. The orchestra’s annual gala is one of the arts season highlights, featuring the talents of the orchestra in addition to celebrities like Broadway’s Audra McDonald, while even the commonplace shows tend to wow crowds, without breaking the bank. There’s nothing better at the end of a difficult work week than to sit in a plush, comfortable chair, close your eyes and allow the strains of a live orchestra to carry you away.

1720 Peachtree Street Northwest
Atlanta,
GA
US