Tickets & Events in Nakoma

Half Off Madison Blaze Women's Football Game

Madison Blaze Women's Football vs. Iowa Crush

Middleton High School

$24 $12

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Currently 2–0 in the IWFL, the defending Midwest Division champs host the Iowa Crush in a clash between regional foes

Madison Mallards Baseball – 52% Off Game for Two

Madison Mallards vs. Kenosha Kingfish

The Duck Pond at Warner Park

$52 $25

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After capturing their second Northwoods League championship in 2013, the Mallards defend their crown during a showdown against the Kingfish

The Dancing Horses Theatre – Up to 52% Off

The Dancing Horses Theatre

Delavan

$37.50 $18

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Equestrians and various horse breeds do a Vegas-style performance; backstage pass includes horse-training info and equine meet-and-greets

Rock USA Festival – Up to 50% Off

Rock USA Festival

Ford Festival Park

$159 $79

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Rob Zombie, Korn, Slayer, Five Finger Death Punch, and Three Days Grace headline four non-stop days of hard rock and heavy metal

"Suds: The Rockin’ 60′s Musical Soap Opera" – Up to 52% Off

"Suds: The Rockin’ 60′s Musical Soap Opera"

Raue Center for the Arts

$36.50 $17.50

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Heartbroken in a laundromat, Cindy learns about love and life from two guardian angels while singing '60s Motown and pop hits

Up to 72% Off at Jokerz Comedy Club

Jokerz Comedy Club

Jokerz Comedy Club

$35.50 $12

Top standup comedians perform while audiences munch on loaded fries, beer-battered cheese curds, and nacho platters

UniverSoul Circus – Up to 43% Off

UniverSoul Circus

Wisconsin State Fair Park

$33.35 $19.25

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Worldly cast dazzles audiences with aerial performances, exotic animals, and hip-hop dance set to pulsating music ranging from soul to Latin

Up to 45% Off at Rosebud Theater

Rosebud Theater

Wauwatosa

$49.50 $27

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Duos feast on pizza and sip cocktails and microbrews while settling into cushy loveseats and enjoying Hollywood hits

44% Off Movie Tickets and Drinks at Times Cinema

Times Cinema

Washington Heights

$44.50 $25

Digital projection and 3D screens show new releases in theater outfitted with comfortable seats, concessions, and cocktails

Up to 43% Off American Fare at Horny Goat Hideaway

Horny Goat Hideaway

Bay View

$100 $60

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Five-course meal paired with American craft beer

The Monkees – Up to 52% Off Concert

The Monkees

The Riverside Theater

$61.98 $30

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Micky Dolenz, Peter Tork, and Mike Nesmith treat fans to a treasure chest of greatest hits and deep cuts on their latest tour

Karma Bar & Grill – Up to 47% Off Dinner and Standup

Karma Bar and Grill

Lower East Side

$122 $65

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Standup comics grab the mic and lob their best jokes as guests savor American comfort food

Up to 49% Off at Memories Dinner Theater

Memories Dinner Theater

Port Washington

$66 $40

Actors perform comedies, dramas, and musicals; guests enjoy dinner before the start of the show

60% Off Minor League Baseball Game

Kenosha Kingfish

Simmons Field

$62 $25

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Minor league team takes the field against Northwoods League rivals in its first year of competition

Up to 46% Off Admission and Small Popcorns for Two

Keno Drive-In

Pleasant Prairie

$20.50 $11

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Double features of first-run flicks pair with audio from FM station or in-car speakers as attendees dig into popcorn

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Dave Gerry started the Princeton Club with three simple tenets in mind: great trainers, exceptional equipment, and easy access. To realize that dream, he assembled a team of American College of Sports Medicine–certified personal trainers to helm the cardio and strength-training centers 24 hours a day.

Whether working out solo, in a group class, or with a trainer to remind them that bench-pressing beehives is safer with a spotter, guests can drop their young ones off at the free childcare center. Splashes fill the natatorium as swimmers paddle across the six-lane lap pool, as the resistance-current pool's adjustable waves enable guests to walk in place. A dip in the whirlpool soothes stress, and the steam room's eucalyptus aromatherapy and sauna's rejuvenating heat send bodies back into the world refreshed. Above the club, tennis and soccer players soak in vistas of Madison as they duke it out on the rooftop garden's turf. The competition continues indoors on basketball, racquetball, and volleyball courts.

625 N Segoe Rd.
Madison,
WI
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The Great Urban Race is a one-day event pitting teams of two against one another in a race combining physical challenges, scavenger hunts, and puzzles. Up to 700 twosomes will traverse 4 to 8 miles of Toronto terrain on foot and by public transportation as they solve 12 challenging clues in a fun quest to reach the finish line first. Sample clues and challenges from past Great Urban Races include charades, bubble-gum chewing, pig Latin deciphering, bicycle races, and word scrambles, making this race ideal for competitive eaters and cryptographers alike. Teams are encouraged to dress up in matching outfits, and prizes will be awarded for best costume. Prizes are also given for race results, with $300 going to first place, $200 to second place, and $100 to third place. The top 25 teams will qualify for the National Championship in New Orleans in November, with the top three teams receiving free entry. Each participant gets a T-shirt and postrace refreshments of fruit, granola bars, and a run through a Perrier sprinkler. Read over the rules and FAQs for more information.

1419 Monroe Street
Madison,
WI
US

The menu at Pancake Cafe is impressive—almost as impressive as their nine straight awards for Best Breakfast in Madison Magazine’s Best of Madison. For breakfast, the staff serves home-style meals such as oven-baked omelets or house-made biscuits and gravy. The eatery’s namesake comes in unexpected varieties, including an award-winning apple pancake that’s baked for 20 minutes with fresh fruit, baker’s sugar, and Sinkiang cinnamon glaze. Pancake Cafe also whips up gluten-free versions and an old-fashioned potato pancake capped with applesauce or sour cream. They even squeeze fresh orange juice by wringing out a traffic cone as aggressively as possible. At lunch, servers put the waffles down for a nap and begin presenting plates of white-albacore tuna melts, Angus burgers, and Chicago-style italian beef sandwiches.

6220 Nesbitt Rd
Fitchburg,
WI
US

With more than 450 stores throughout the globe, TCBY has become synonymous with high-quality frozen yogurt since its humble inception in Arkansas in 1981. Known as The Country’s Best Yogurt, TCBY serves up frozen treats packed with benefits such as live active cultures and vitamin D while remaining lower in fat and calories than traditional ice cream. New additions to the menu include frozen greek yogurt, which swirls with twice as much protein as the regular frozen yogurt, giving customers a treat to look forward to after strenuous routines of bench-pressing dairy-farm equipment. Revamped store designs infuse each space with modern, colorful touches, such as bright-green chairs and hanging orange lights, reflecting the dessert emporium’s dedication to happily moving into the future with its customers.

6654 Odana Rd
Madison,
WI
US

In 1947, on New York City's Park Avenue, the first Fred Astaire Dance Studio—cofounded by the eponymous toe tapper himself—opened its doors to the public. More than six decades later, now boasting schools across North America, the dancing institution still adheres to the legendary Mr. Astaire's curriculum and instruction techniques.

Specializing in social ballroom and competitive dances, the schools' current consortium of professional instructors shepherds students of all ages and skill levels through dance lessons that span from classic ballroom and foxtrot romps to the modern steps of salsa, swing, or mambo. In addition to classes, the studio hosts social practice parties where up to 40 students hone newly acquired rug-cutting capabilities. As foot-charming music blares from the speakers, instructors work to cultivate a lively social setting where each guest can dance, mingle, and surgically correct their second left foot without fear of embarrassment.

800 Langdon St.
Madison,
Wisconsin
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Based on George Bernard Shaw's classic Pygmalion, My Fair Lady has charmed countless theatergoers since debuting on Broadway in 1956. Conceived by acclaimed composer Frederick Loewe and lyricist Alan Jay Lerner, the tale revolves around a stodgy professor who uses speech lessons and motivational office posters to turn an unrefined flower girl into an elegant debutante. Guests will chuckle as the bloom-loving lass sheds her Cockney accent to the tune of “The Rain in Spain” and swoon to the romantic melody of “I Could Have Danced All Night.”

800 Langdon Street
Madison,
WI
US