Michigan Nightlife

Yanni at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre on August 17 at 7 p.m. (Up to 53% Off)


Freedom Hill Amphitheatre

$32.15 $15


Globally famous composer and pianist performs classic favorites and new album tracks

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly and Patti LaBelle at DTE Energy Music Theatre on September 12, at 7 p.m. (Up to 31% Off)


DTE Energy Music Theatre

$40.45 $29.75


R&B legends with 30 hit singles, including “Can’t Get Over You,” play slow jams; soulful singer behind “Lady Marmalade” also performs

Big Ticket Country at Otsego County Fairgrounds on June 18 at 5:30 p.m. (Up to 43% Off)

Big Ticket Country

Otsego County Fairgrounds

$35 $20


Award-winning country duo Thompson Square headline festival featuring guest speaker Nick Vujicic and Duck Dynasty's Jep and Jessica

$29 for Hope Summer Repertory Theatre Presents "A Raisin in the Sun" at Knickerbocker Theatre (Up to $48 Value)

"A Raisin in the Sun"

Knickerbocker Theatre

$48 $29


Lorraine Hansberry's classic 1959 play depicts the struggles of a family living on Chicago's south side

Alien Ant Farm at Diesel Concert Lounge on Sunday, August 24 (Up to 56% Off)

Alien Ant Farm

Diesel Concert Lounge

$16.98 $10


Grammy-nominated alternative act behind 2001's "Smooth Criminal" dishes out hard rock hits and tracks from the long-awaited new album

Smile Empty Soul with Sid Wilson of Slipknot for Two with Drinks on Friday, August 8, at 7 p.m. (Up to 64% Off)

Smile Empty Soul with Sid Wilson of Slipknot

Diesel Concert Lounge

$41.96 $15


Slipknot turntablist takes the stage solo with a blend of EDM and nu-metal, touring with hard rockers Smile Empty Soul and Blue Felix

$40 for an Intro Michigan Wine Class for 2 at MBTB Tasting Room ($80 Value). Two Dates Available.

Michigan By The Bottle Tasting Room

Shelby Township

$80 $40

Tasting guides introduce participants to six boutique Michigan wines, pairing them with Michigan cheese and organic chocolates

Estate Tour and Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Colio Estate Winery (Up to 58% Off)

Colio Estate Winery


C$8 C$4

Guests tour winemaking facilities, followed by a tasting flight featuring premium wines

Masters of the Mic at DTE Energy Music Theatre on Sunday, August 31 (Up to 51% Off)

Masters of the Mic

DTE Energy Music Theatre

$20.35 $10


Hip-hop classics from an all-star cast of master MCs, including DMX, Rakim, Naughty By Nature, EPMD, Slick Rick, and Black Sheep

Queensrÿche with Great White, Dio Disciples and Bang Tango on August 28 at 6:45 p.m. (Up to 41% Off)


DTE Energy Music Theatre

$25.45 $15


Prog-rock metal masters behind the iconic album "Operation Mindcrime" are still on tour in the wake of their 2013 self-titled release

Beer Flights or Burgers for Two or Beer and Pub Food for Dinner at Falling Down Beer Company (Up to 50% Off)

Falling Down Beer Company


$20 $10


Craft beer such as blonde ales and IPAs pairs with pub grub made from local ingredients such as Wigley's corn beef reubens

"The Big Bang" at Performance Network Theatre on August 24 or 28–31 (Up to 27% Off)

“The Big Bang”

Performance Network Theatre

$28.90 $22


Sit in on the "backers audition" of a musical that covers the entirety of known history, pitched by two zany song-and-dance men

Drive-In Movie Double Feature for Two or Family of Four at Ford Drive In (Up to 52% Off)

Ford Drive In


$18 $9


‘50s-era drive-in screens double features of first-run movies across five screens, with outdoor car heaters

$30 for a Standup Comedy Show for Two with Drinks and Appetizers at Holly Hotel (Up to $64 Value)

Holly Hotel


$64 $30


National touring comedians take the stage every Friday and Saturday, paired with small plates such as baked brie, crab cakes, and escargot

Sandy Danto, Live The Who, or Commander Cody at The Magic Bag on July 31 or August 1 or 8 (Up to 58% Off)

The Magic Bag

Downtown Ferndale

$12 $5

An Andy Kaufman hybrid, a Who tribute that celebrates the Keith Moon years, or a twangy classic rock band on a legendary stage

Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Baroda Founders Wine Cellar (Up to 47% Off)

Baroda Founders Wine Cellar


$16 $10


Each guest samples seven wines, five classic varieties and two speciality wines, during the winery visit

Pizzas, Burgers, and Barbecue at Joe's Garage Sports Pub (Up to 45% Off)

Joe's Garage Sports Pub


$20 $11


Chefs prepare platters of burgers, barbecue, and hand-tossed pizzas inside sports bar with live entertainment on the weekends

In-Home Wine Tasting for Up to 12 People, Plus 2 Wine Glasses, from PRP Wine International (Up to 78% Off)

PRP Wine International

Redeem from Home

$220 $49

Trained consultants pour six different wines while providing guests with background information, tasting tips, and pairing suggestions

William Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors" at Theatre at Grand Valley on September 26–October 5 (Up to 50% Off)

William Shakespeare's "The Comedy of Errors"

Theatre at Grand Valley

$14 $8


Two sets of estranged twins go through a day of madcap misunderstandings

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Although officially founded in 1930, the Grand Rapids Symphony's history stretches back to 1917 when an enterprising group of local musicians began practicing together and holding regular concerts. In the years since, the ensemble has retained this self-starter mentality while growing into one of the nation's preeminent regional orchestras. Always asserting its idiosyncratic individuality, the organization earned a 2007 Grammy nomination for its collaboration with flamboyant electric harpist Deborah Henson-Conant and the ire of conductors for its rule that all batons should be able to shoot sparks.

303 Monroe Avenue Northwest
Grand Rapids,

At the northwestern tip of the Diag, students, teachers, and hungry pedestrians of all sorts can find Diag Pizza & Subs. Chefs whip up baked classics such as calzones, specialty pizza pies, and bone-in or boneless wings. They also stack up 14 different kinds of subs, including the Cajun turkey with provolone, the steak-and-cheese with Swiss cheese and Italian dressing, and the Italian sub with ham and hard salami.

340 S State St
Ann Arbor,

Lou and Harry's Grill and Bakery combines the ease of fast-service food with comforts of hot, grilled sandwiches and Greek specialties. It's not every grill that has a grilled cheese sandwich on the same menu as shish kebabs and chicken gyros. But hummus baskets, spinach pies, and zucchini fries share menu space with hot subs and burgers, all ordered at the counter for fast service.

1429 W Saginaw St Ste 150
East Lansing,

Allure Limo Service aims to make everyday clients feel like celebrities, ferrying them to and from events in plush limo buses capable of holding up to 14 people. Inside the roomy ride, passengers can sip BYOB drinks, make use of a wall-mounted TV, or simply laugh maniacally out the windows. Allure's air-conditioned buses suit a variety of special-event needs, such as transportation to proms, bachelorette parties, and birthdays, and the company offers discounts on excursions to its area business partners.

from home
Grand Rapids,

Adventures in Home Brewing's stock can easily transform a home into a mini brewery. It encompasses necessities from beer ingredients, such as hop pellets and yeast nutrients, to kegs, brew pots, and other equipment. The team hosts classes, too, teaching newbies the ins and outs of the beer-making process in three-hour sessions.

6071 Jackson Rd
Ann Arbor,

As he toiled away on the assembly line at Ford Motor Company, autoworker Karl Kurz dreamed of opening a traditional German tavern like those he remembered from his hometown of Weikersheim, Germany. In 1933, he finally got his chance, working nights and weekends to convert a dilapidated Chinese hand laundry into a tiny bar that he called the Dakota Inn Rathskeller.

Eighty years later, the Rathskeller—now run by Karl's grandson—has expanded from three tiny stools to 2,000 square feet. The eclectic décor pays tribute to Karl's memory: trophy animal heads and RV hood ornaments seized during family hunting trips decorate the walls, and hand-painted murals depict scenes from Karl's life, including a rabbit hunt and a group of friends downing enormous mugs of beer. Through arched porticos, waiters in traditional German-style garb deliver Bavarian bratwurst, pork schnitzel, and German-style potato pancakes known as kartoffelpuffer. At night, the hand-carved walls reverberate with German drinking songs such as the “Schnitzelbank”—or woodworker’s bench—as if in tribute to Karl’s remodeling efforts.

17324 John R St