Two terrace-section tickets to "Bugs Bunny at the Symphony" on Saturday, August 6, at 8 p.m. at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine (a $112 value). Four tickets to The Chuck Jones Big Draw on Sunday, August 7, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the South Coast Collection shopping center in Costa Mesa (a $40 value). 10 Drop In and Draw art sessions at the Chuck Jones Center for Creativity in Orange (up to a $150 value).
Operated by a staff of skating enthusiasts, The 949 Roller Hockey Center supplies a safe and thrilling wheel-whirling experience for skaters of all ages. After lacing up a sleek pair of clean, rentable rollers, customers can meet a need for grounded speed by racing their friends, playing roller tag, or attempting to be the first skater to break the sound barrier. After open skate, drained wheel jockeys can replenish their stomach tanks at the snack bar or vie for video-game glory in the quarters arcade (not included with this Groupon).
Incubus, the alternative band to alternative bands, feeds modern rock and mainstream camps a hearty stew of hard rock, metal, funk, and pop melodies on its If Not Now, When? U.S. tour. Known for hits such as the gripping ballad “Drive” and megalomaniacal hit “Megalomaniac,” Incubus has outlasted its peers, overcoming both the trappings of fame and the peer pressure of Hoobastank. With its new album, If Not Now, When?, the band finds itself grading the human condition and giving it an A+ with wistfully honest songs that sonically affix shiny stickers to ears. For this tour, the Incubus set list will include a fine mix of the headbangers that make chiropractors rich and the head-petters that make chiropractors miss their moms, played with the virtuosic wisdom that only comes from experience and cutting down on turpentine lunches.
Children flock to the Naughty or Nice List first, eager to confirm they’ve made it into Santa's good graces. Upon finding where their name has fallen, they face a daunting question—where to next? Directly to Santa's lap? To Elf Academy to earn Honorary Elf certificates? To the Mischief Maze? There's also the photo opportunity at Santa's Sleigh, and the snowmen waiting to come to life in the Snow Room. It's a big task for a kid to decide the right order.
Santa's Wonderland brings a piece of the North Pole to Southern California, staging more than 10 holiday exhibits and attractions such as the Candy Cane Café and Mistletoe Market. The entire 23,000-square-foot spectacle wears nearly 500,000 lights like a ball gown, and holiday music emanates throughout, plunging visitors into the season.