Tickets & Events in Granite City

"Brew in the Lou" Beer & Wine Festival for Two or Four on Saturday, October 18 (Up to 50% Off)

Brew in the Lou

Koburg Hall at Concordia Seminary

$70 $35

Sample craft beer from local and national breweries with unlimited refills in a take-home glass; small bites and crafts also available

"Nice Work If You Can Get It" at Peabody Opera House, October 10–12 (Up to 40% Off)

"Nice Work If You Can Get It"

Peabody Opera House

$76.50 $46

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Crowd-pleasing romantic comedy whisks audiences to the Roaring Twenties in a musical set to classic George and Ira Gershwin tunes

Missouri Ballet Theatre's "Dracula" at Edison Theatre on Friday, October 17 or Saturday, October 18 (Up to 42% Off)

"Dracula"

Edison Theatre

$25 $19

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Missouri Ballet Theatre's sensual, haunting ballet of Bram Stoker's blood-spattered love story arrives just in time for Halloween

Two or Four Movie Tickets with Parking at MX Movies (Up to 46% Off)

MX Movies

Downtown St. Louis

$24 $13

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Upscale theater features oversized chairs and a full kitchen

Live Bands, Beer, Mug, and Pretzel at Soulard Oktoberfest, October 10, 11, or 12 (Up to 56% Off)

Soulard Oktoberfest

Soulard

$25 $13

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Revelers gather in Soulard to celebrate at one of Midwest's largest Oktoberfests, with live bands bratwurst, German pretzels, and beer

Movie and Concessions Credit for Two or Four at Hi-Pointe Theatre (Up to 39% Off)

Hi-Pointe Theatre

Hi-Pointe

$28 $17

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Snack on popcorn and soda while watching new blockbusters and classic films in a historic 1920s theatre

Food and Drinks for 2, 4, 6, or 10 at Lucky's Dueling Piano Bar (Up to 50% Off)

Lucky's Dueling Piano Bar

St. Louis

$58 $29

As players bang away on the lounge's dual baby grands, guests cheer or sit back with refreshing cocktails and tasty eats

$25 for a Pub Crawl Package with Beer in Maplewood on Saturday, October 25 (Up to $47 Value)

Living Well Village

The Wood Restaurant

$47 $25

A pub crawl starting at The Wood benefits The Living Well Foundation and its quest to promote healthy lifestyles; includes beer

Little River Band at The Liberty Bank Alton Amphitheater on Friday, September 26, at 7 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Little River Band

The Liberty Bank Alton Amphitheater

$39 $20

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Multiplatinum Australian rockers deliver hits and fresh cuts from their latest album; proceeds benefit Survivors Scholarship Funding

5- or 10-Week Tennis Clinic or Three Private 60-Minute Lessons at St Clair Tennis (Up to 53% Off)

St Clair Tennis

O Fallon

$100 $49

Tennis professionals help students fine-tune their skills on the court in 5- or 10-week clinics or private lessons

VIP Package for One with Drinks, Meal, and Stein at Saint Charles Oktoberfest (31% Off). Two Options Available.

Saint Charles Oktoberfest

Frontier Park

$65 $45

Sip 1-liter brews from a take-home stein and feast on Bavarian meal provided by Roemer Topf restaurant while live bands play rock and polka

Standup Comedy at Funny Bone Valley Park (Up to 68% Off)

Funny Bone Valley Park

Funny Bone Valley Park

$35 $16

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Sip beverages while watching sets from comedians seen on national TV and on local stages

Beer Tastings for Two or Four at Big Muddy Monster Brewfest on Saturday, October 18, at 1 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Big Muddy Monster Brewfest

Riverside Park

$60 $30

St. Louis' own Irish band Rusty Nail headlines a festival with 200 craft brews; tickets include 30 samples each and a souvenir pint glass

Race Night for Two, Three, or Four to Any Event at the I-57 Drag Strip in the 2014 Season (Up to 52% Off)

I-57 Drag Strip

I-57 Drag Strip

$30 $15

Racing fans select from a full slate of spring, summer, and fall races at a 1/8-mile drag strip with concession stands

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Like the CGI monster-filled remake of How Green Was My Valley, STL Cinemas combine state-of-the-art technology with classic Hollywood aesthetics. Mainstream blockbusters and independent films happily rub silver-screen shoulders on each theater's marquee, while the retro lounges and concession stands serve enough beer, wine, and classy sweets to keep movie-goers sugar-buzzing—or just plain buzzing—through any double-feature. Voted Readers' Pick Movie Theatre by St. Louis Magazine readers, the Moolah Theatre's single screen is one of the biggest in town, and cinephiles can take their pick of 400 stadium seats, plush leather couches, or balcony seating. Chase Park Plaza Cinemas—nestled inside the Chase Park Plaza Hotel building—boasts five auditoriums with luxury seating. Granite City Cinemas is brand-new with all digital projection. And exposed beams and stage lighting add a vintage touch to Galleria 6's lobby, while its bar provides a lovely backdrop for post-film discussions, screenplay pitches, or outbursts of hard-boiled dialogue and artfully lit cigarette smoke.

1243 Niedringhaus Avenue
Granite City,
IL
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Since opening with a Frank Sinatra performance in 1990, the stadium now known as Times Union Center has seen more than 15 million guests pass through its turnstiles. That’s only slightly smaller than the population of the Netherlands and roughly equal to the number of people worldwide who enjoy candy corn. Besides attracting such entertainment titans as the Rolling Stones, U2, Disney’s “On Ice” series, and the Harlem Globetrotters, the multifunction arena is also home to the AHL’s Albany Devils and college basketball’s Siena Saints.

1901 Madison Street
Madison,
IL
US

For the fourth race on its 2012 tour, the American Drag Racing League returns to Gateway Motorsports Park's 1/8-mile drag strip for the first time since 2010. Piloting dragsters separated into seven all-professional racing classes, from Top Sportsman to Pro Extreme, drivers rocket down the track so quickly that they finish each race younger than when they began. The SuperCar Showdown—a new feature on the 2012 circuit—pits the latest consumer automobiles against one another in no-holds-barred drag race free from the usual handicaps, performance restrictions, and rules against fiddling with rival drivers' preset radio stations. After reopening under the helm of former Indy driver Curtis Francois, Gateway Motorsports Park has stepped up its devotion to motorsports of all kinds, looking beyond the drag strip to fill its amphitheater-style seats with fans of everything from hot rods to world-class stock cars.

700 Raceway Boulevard
Madison,
IL
US

Hershey Theatre

The Hershey Theatre, conceived in 1933 by noted philanthropist and chocolatier Milton S. Hershey, stands as an opulent tribute to the performing arts. Taking architectural cues from Saint Mark’s Basilica in Venice, the foyer’s towering arches gleam with golden paint and crystal chandeliers. The blue-and-gold mosaic that leads to the main seating area is the masterwork of two German artists who spent two years on its construction. Once inside the theater, audiences might think they’ve stepped onto the streets of Venice thanks to the atmospheric ceiling, stonework facades, and gondoliers paddling them to their seats. ####Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Music has permeated the 800 manicured acres where the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts has stood since 1969, when farmer Max Yasgur agreed to let love, peace, and harmony grow wild at the very first Woodstock festival. These days, the renowned outdoor venue and cultural center continues to attract the biggest acts in music to its pavilion stage. The open-air design ensures ample ventilation on the natural sloping lawn, and a roof protects up to 15,000 fans from inclement weather and the prying eyes of Cessna pilots.

1400 Market Street
St. Louis,
MO
US

Since its founding in 2009, Missouri Ballet Theatre has tackled some of the most beloved compositions—from the A Midsummer Night's Dream to Cinderella. Its founder and artistic director, Adam Sage, has seen more than 20 years of stage performance on four continents, including stints with the Hong Kong Ballet, Ballet Philippines, and California Ballet. Today Sage uses his choreographic prowess and master-teacher status to expand the horizons of youth, leading classes and guiding youngsters onstage with professionals during yearly performances of The Nutcracker.

6445 Forsyth Blvd
Saint Louis,
MO
US

Since its founding in 2009, Missouri Ballet Theatre has tackled some of the most beloved compositions—from the A Midsummer Night's Dream to Cinderella. Its founder and artistic director, Adam Sage, has seen more than 20 years of stage performance on four continents, including stints with the Hong Kong Ballet, Ballet Philippines, and California Ballet. Today Sage uses his choreographic prowess and master-teacher status to expand the horizons of youth, leading classes and guiding youngsters onstage with professionals during yearly performances of The Nutcracker.

6445 Forsyth Boulevard
St. Louis,
MO
US