Girls Night: The Musical will bring to the stage of the 14th Street Theatre a heartfelt, comedic story of five friends celebrating their history and future together while embarking on an epic night of karaoke. Actresses belt out renditions of such female classics as "It's Raining Men," "I Will Survive," and “Lady Marmalade” amid vibrant set pieces. Theater seating harkens back to intimate cabarets of yore, with up to four seats and a Dean Martin wax figure adorning each table. Groupon holders receive the best non-VIP seats possible (any table other than tables A-G) upon the redemption of their vouchers at the theater's will-call station.
Local rock and pop station Star 94 Atlanta lines up some of the most popular bands in the country for an arena-filling evening of top radio hits. Rock band Daughtry regales audiences with favorites such as "It's Not Over" and "Crawling Back to You," part of a tuneful tradition that helped garner the band three American Music Awards, four Grammy nominations, and several fan letters written in frosting. Audiences sing and sway along to The Script's songbook of relatable pop tunes about heartache and dropped ice-cream cones, including single "Breakeven," which sold more than 1.7 million copies in the U.S.
Party radio station WiLD decks Wild Bill’s halls with subwoofers and strobe lights as it gears up for its annual Holiday Bash, a Yuletide celebration of party music powered by Lil Jon’s raspy shouts and Flo Rida’s slick rhymes. Fans throw their hands in the air as they locate long-dormant grooves and mumble along to the incessant stream of rap lyrics that pours forth from the stage. Before the headliners emerge to bring down the house with rapid-fire recitations of their Christmas lists, up-and-coming artists heat up the dance floor for crowds coming in from the chilly winter air. Hip-hop duo New Boyz brightens up the stage with neon tracksuits as fans swoon to their auto-tuned ballads, and debonair rapper Roscoe Dash spits his words into a microphone wearing a bow tie. DJ Andre Perry and DJ Kidd rain down a flurry of beats and synthesized sounds on joyful young ears while eyes scan the stage in search of surprise guests.
Born from the passion and ability of world champion kickboxer Khunpon Dechkampu, Bangkok Boxing Fitness challenges newcomers and veterans alike to enter the rough-and-tumble world of muay thai, otherwise known as the science of eight limbs. Harnessing the power of a fighter’s elbows, knees, hands, and feet, the martial-arts style is a favorite among MMA fighters. Bangkok Boxing Fitness' instructors fully embrace the style, and some are quite decorated, in addition to possessing extensive mixed martial arts fighting experience. Beyond fitness classes, they also lead beginner-friendly sessions that cover MMA techniques.
Welcoming pure fitness-seekers and fighters alike, they've created a lineup of fitness Thai kickboxing and boot-camp classes that focus more on fitness than combat, unlike full-contact stationary cycling.
The country-music-themed Wild Bill's enthralls patrons with a wide range of attractions, including MMA fighting matches, live music, and an in-house troupe of comely dancers, the Wild Girls. During Wild Bill's 41st fight night, Buford, Georgia’s “Little Popeye” Jeff Bedard takes on Charleston, South Carolina’s Victor Ditola in a test of brute strength, mental tenacity, and video-game-inspired button mashing. Also on the card will be two other professional MMA fights—Dustin Chovanic versus Bryan Keller and Scott Farhat versus Chris Cain—as well as a handful of advanced-amateur MMA, amateur MMA, and amateur muay thai bouts, rousing crowds with forceful fist slinging and a series of Rorschach bruise tests.
Entering their 85th season, the Harlem Globetrotters have entertained millions of parents, children, and general basketball admirers with a unique brand of athletic precision and showmanship. For their latest “4 Times the Fun” North American tour, the Globetrotters will add a new 4-point shot spots located 35 feet from the basket, which is 12 feet further than the official three-point line but several thousand miles closer than the prime meridian. See the arch-nemesis Generals try to keep up as the Harlem hardwood sorcerers evade gravity’s oppressive clutches and court clairvoyants distribute unassailable alley-oops. Youngsters can learn about the benefits of teamwork while laughing along with the jovial jocks as they perform classic routines of unconventional passing and sudden transmutations of water into confetti.