Tickets & Events in New Albany


Terry Fator at Louisville Palace on Sunday, March 8, at 7 p.m. (Up to 40% Off)

Terry Fator

Louisville Palace

The ventriloquist act won the second season of America’s Got Talent and a top-selling staple of the Vegas strip

$97.75 $59

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"50 Shades! The Musical Parody" at Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts on March 8 (Up to 32% Off)

"50 Shades! The Musical Parody"

Kentucky Center for the Arts, Brown Theatre

Parody of the bestselling Fifty Shades of Grey sees original songs by a live band, hilarious dialogue, and dance numbers

$48.30 $33

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Derby City Magic Show for Two at The Laughing Derby on Saturdays at 3 p.m. Through April 14 (Up to 53% Off)

Derby City Magic Show

The Laughing Derby

Magic show in its seventh year treats guests to family-friendly tricks and jokes

$21.20 $10

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The Sweet Spot Louisville at Headliners Music Hall on Friday, March 27, at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot

Headliners Music Hall

Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to “pop erotica”

$22.09 $11

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Movie Outing for Two or One Month of Movies for One, Two, or Four at Theatres of Georgetown (Up to 92% Off)

Theatres of Georgetown

Georgetown

Theater’s six screens, standard and 3-D movies, and stadium seating ensure cinematic excitation

$30.50 $15

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$199 for a 2015 Family Fun Pack with Five Themed Cruises for Four from BB Riverboats (Up to $400 Value)

BB Riverboats

BB Riverboats

Cruises with themes designed to appeal to kids and the whole family, including pirates, princesses, and historic sightseeing

$80 $39.80

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Magic! at Bogart's on Thursday, March 12, at 8 p.m. (Up to 53% Off)

Magic!

Bogart's

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Canadian pop-rock & reggae-fusion band behind the single “Rude” deliver a breezy set; Elementree Livity Project and Alabama Capital opens

$32.80 $16

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Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra's 2015 Season at Music Hall (Up to 73% Off)

Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra

Cincinnati Music Hall

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Choose from eight weekends, including evenings with composer John Adams and acclaimed violinists Joshua Bell and Leila Josefowicz

$280 $76

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$46 for a Three-Day VIP Pass to the 2015 Cincinnati Comic Expo on September 18–20 ($99 Value)

Cincinnati Comic Expo

Cincinnati Comic Expo

Rub elbows with celebrities while browsing tables at Cincinnati comic expo; includes 30-minute early entry to the event

$99 $46

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Movie Package for Two or Four with Tickets, Popcorns, and Sodas at The Screens (50% Off)

The Screens at Cincinnati Mall

The Screens

Spacious theater projects second-run flicks with all of the first-run perks, including huge screens, clean projection, and digital sound

$24 $12

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Terry Fator Live on March 5, 6, or 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Nashville, Bowling Green, or Paducah (Up to 41% Off)

Terry Fator

Jackson Hall at Tennessee Performing Arts Center

This ventriloquist act won the second season of America’s Got Talent and became a top-selling staple of the Vegas strip

$93.90 $56

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Dinner Show for One or Two from The Murder Mystery Company (52% Off)

The Murder Mystery Company

The Murder Mystery Company

Professional improv actors invite diners to participate in an interactive whodunit as they enjoy a three-course meal

$60 $29

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The Range 5-stand on a trap field with high and low house skeet traps Four trap fields, three of which have lights Challenging, 12-station sporting-clays course At a Glance Along its eponymous creek's scenic banks, Indian Creek Shooting Center's facility has a storied history. In 1977, John Sharp and John Seitz established the business with four trap fields, which eventually grew to include a sporting-clays course, skeet field, and 5-stand field. Now owned by the next generation of the Seitz clan, the ranges host competitions and daylong excursions by drop-in guests as well as members, who benefit from discounts on shooting, supplies, and use of a stocked fishing lake. A 4,000-square-foot clubhouse with kitchen facilities hosts events, such as regular archery and skeet tournaments, and a pro shop provides several gauges of shotgun ammunition.
5950 Gun Club Rd NE
Georgetown,
IN
US
At Bravo Dance Studio, owners Alex and Svetlana Ioukhnel understand that where learning to dance is concerned there is no single formula. That's why they've gathered a troupe of professional instructors to teach students of all levels and ages a variety of movement disciplines. A Latin-dance instructor teaches the latest moves seen at clubs, from Cuban-style salsa to bachata. The studio?s wedding-dance coordinator helps engaged couples create a memorable dance for their wedding reception. And, beginner students can start the adventure by learning basic steps that lay the groundwork for more advanced moves. Classes are held in the Bravo?s two sparkling ballrooms, outfitted with LED lights that dress the floating hardwood floors in red, blue, and green hues. The voices of Frank Sinatra, Duffy, and Barney the Dinosaur burst through the speakers during any given class, offering a variety of tunes to dance to. To keep toes twinkling, Friday nights feature social dance parties, where guests can practice their skills.
2138 Old Shepherdsville Rd
Louisville,
KY
US
The Bard's Town blends two households, both alike in dignity, yet separate all the same. A theatre on one side, and a restaurant on the other, The Bard's Town is not a dinner theatre, as dishes never find their way into the staging space. Contrary to what the name might suggest, The Bard?s Town Theatre chooses to pay homage to Shakespeare not by performing his plays, but by following in his footsteps and creating new work. This mission has resulted in the performance of several world premiers, short plays, and the Obie-award winning A Bright New Boise. In the self-contained restaurant, a raucous menu full of hearty dishes and Shakespearean puns abounds. Prologues (appetizers) include dishes such as Titus Nacho-nicus, while main course dishes include The Mushroom of Venice burger with Swiss cheese and mushrooms, and The Steakspeare?an 8-ounce Shell Island steak coated in original rub. Epilogues (desserts) include homemade gooey butter cake and key lime pie.
1801 Bardstown Rd.
Louisville,
KY
US
16: how many hours it takes to set up The Greatest Show On Earth 10: how many hours it takes to tear it down 2,500: average pounds of popcorn consumed in between 85: the number of animals, which include Asian elephants, tigers, lions, leopards, and llamas; all receive superlative animal care 61: the number of cars in the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus train that carries the show from city to city; that?s more than a mile long 20,000: the number of miles that train will cover in one year 3: the miles the train master walks each day as he tends to the animals (all seated at the front of the train for the smoothest ride) and gives them regular water and exercise stops
1 Arena Plaza
Louisville,
KY
US
Crossing the Ohio River on the north side of Louisville, it’s impossible not to notice the glassy façade of the KFC Yum! Center right on the river, a gleaming, $238 million cathedral to the University of Louisville’s flagship sport: basketball. Perennial powerhouses in both the men’s and women’s competition, Louisville showcases its fast-paced brand of basketball to one of the most loyal fanbases and student bodies in the country. While hoops may be king—the men’s basketball squad has won the school its two only NCAA Championships—the Cardinals take pride in a host of distinguished sports, including a football team that won both the Big East Conference and the Orange Bowl in 2006, leading the basketball team to briefly experiment with wearing helmets and cleats.
2800 South Floyd Street
Louisville,
KY
US
The Vernon Club, nestled in a historic building dating back to 1886, rolls out eight gleaming lanes with automatic scoring, a new Internet jukebox, and tasty comestibles for fueling competitive appetites. Players don borrowed footwear and the letterman jackets of league-player ghosts before hurling three-holed spheres toward pins poising themselves for the welcomed whack of a spare or strike. Bowlers can rest their pin-striking biceps of fury with a gooey 12-inch pizza or maintain concentration while grasping a bratwurst in non-bowling hands. On select nights, rock bands set up shop beside the lanes and churn out foot-tapping ditties until 1 a.m. or 2 a.m.
1575 Story Ave.
Louisville,
KY
US
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