Tickets & Events in Baldwin Park

"Working" for Two at Annie Russell Theatre on September 26–October 4 (Up to 52% Off)

"Working"

Annie Russell Theatre

25 characters, each with a different job, explore the American Dream as they sing songs by Stephen Schwartz and James Taylor

$42 $20

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Entry for Two or Four to Jammin Food and Rum Fest on Saturday, November 29 (Up to 50% Off)

Jammin Food and Rum Fest

South Eola

Live DJs spin away the day at Eola park, where visitors sip rum and munch on the best dishes from local vendors

$30 $15

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Improv Comedy Show Including Beer or Wine for Two at Sak Comedy Lab, August 23–December 27 (Up to 50% Off)

Sak Comedy Lab

Central Business District

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Comics compete for laughs, clash in competitions, and create characters, songs, and scenarios on the spot

$40 $20

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Presale: $52 for a Harlem Globetrotters Game at Amway Center on February 28, 2015 at 12:30 p.m. ($86.55 Value)

Harlem Globetrotters

Amway Center

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Ball-spinning antics abound as this world-famous exhibition basketball team dazzles in a comic and athletic performance

$86.55 $52

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Orlando Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival for One or Two on Sunday, October 19 (Up to 50% Off)

Orlando Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival

Central Florida Fairgrounds

Spend your Sunday listening to live reggae and chowing down on delicious Caribbean cuisine at the Central Florida Fairgrounds

$35 $18

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Trampoline and Aerial Arts Class for One, Two, or Four at Orlando Circus School (Up to55% Off)

Orlando Circus School

Orlando Circus School and Flying Trapeze

Current and former artists from Cirque du Soleil teach students how to safely perform tricks on trampolines, aerial silks, and hammocks

$60 $29

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$29 for General Admission for One to the Pirate's Dinner Adventure Show "Vampirates" ($31 Value)

Pirate's Town

Southwest Orange

Diners feast as Pirates put on a Vampire-themed Halloween thriller aboard an 18th-century Spanish ship set in a 300,000-gallon indoor lagoon

$31 $29

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Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater at Osceola Heritage Park (Up to Half Off). Three Dates Available.

Manor Professional Wrestling Dinner Theater

Osceola Heritage Park Exbihiton Hall

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Battle of good versus evil plays out between Lord Darkness, Lady Golden Eyes, and their two villages during dinner

$15 $10

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Chase Rice at House of Blues Orlando on October 16 at 8:30 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

Chase Rice

House of Blues Orlando

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After making waves in college football at UNC Chapel Hill, Chase Rice takes on country music with hits such as “How She Rolls”

$24.50 $12

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Authority Zero at Sports Page Live on October 23 at 8:30 p.m. (Up to 38% Off)

Authority Zero

Sports Page Live

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For the past 20 years, the band has fused ska, punk, and reggae and now is touting its latest album, The Tipping Point

$19.40 $12

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Classic Albums Live Presents: The Beatles "White Album" at The Lakeland Center on October 10 (Up to 49% Off)

Classic Albums Live Presents: The Beatles White Album

The Lakeland Center

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Rock pros recreate every note of The Fab Four’s seminal and strange double album, from “Back in the U.S.S.R.” to “Good Night”

$33.50 $17

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Admission to the Riverhawk Music Festival for Two with Optional Campsite, November 6–9 (Up to 50% Off)

Riverhawk Music Festival

Sertoma Youth Ranch

Family-friendly festival features four days of soul, country, Americana, and rhythm and roots, along with activities

$160 $80

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South Shore Music Festival & Chili Cook-Off at International Showmans Club on November 8 (Up to 48% Off)

South Shore Music Festival & Chili Cook-off

International Showmans Club

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Country stars Gwen Sebastian and Jason Michael Carroll headline outdoor charity festival featuring a chili cook-off and cornhole tournament

$17.25 $9

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Seven Yelpers and Yahoo! Locals give Premiere Cinemas a 3.5-star average. Premiere Cinemas has more than 750 Facebook fans.

3201 East Colonial Drive
Orlando,
FL
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Legendary rock icon and influential multi-instrumentalist Edgar Winter struts his decades of musical savvy as his latest tour rollicks generations of fans. A child prodigy, Winter has built a long-lasting career on imagination and inimitable virtuosity. Famous for such classic-rock staples as “Tobacco Road,” “Free Ride” and the hummable No. 1 hit “Frankenstein,” the performer left his forever stamp on popular music by pioneering the use of keyboard body straps, synthesizers, and solar-powered kazoos in his live shows. Winter whisks away audiences on an electrifying trip through his oeuvre, hitting all the hits and running through genres with no regard for the genre guard.

425 N Bumby Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

The Orlando Predators stampede into the Arena Football League’s 25th season boasting the debut of a new head coach and retooled roster. Former Predators player and Winter Park native Bret Munsey brings with him both a new playbook and ArenaBowl championship expectations, telling the Orlando Sentinel upon his hiring, “[The Predators] want to win [this] year, and I’ve got to find a way to do that.” The front office has contributed to the championship campaign with new additions on both sides of the ball. Recently acquired quarterback Trevor Harris will compete with Collin Drafts for the duties of breaking the team out of each huddle and igloo-encased locker room. On defense, new nose tackle Richard Clebert dominates the line of scrimmage by clogging foes’ running lanes, as he did in his last two seasons on a pair of ArenaBowl championship teams.

302 S Graham Ave
Orlando,
FL
US

In 1926, it was called the Orlando Little Theatre. Since then it has undergone four name changes, two mergers, and five expansions. Today, the Orlando Repertory Theatre (REP) enriches the lives of families with theater performances based on classic and contemporary children’s literature and outreach events designed to get young audiences involved in the arts.

Every year, approximately 40,000 children attend the REP's productions, which change seasonally and will include The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle, Dr. Seuss' The Cat in the Hat, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer in the 2012–2013 season. Children with hearing impairments have access to assisted hearing devices, and one performance of each production includes ASL interpreters. A product of the REP's goal to target families, the Sideways Series showcases plays with challenging themes to encourage children to think outside the box and ask serious questions. The REP also sponsors a number of youth and community-outreach events, including a writing workshop, summer camps with student-led performances, a theater-tech academy, and theatrical-training workshops for underserved youth.

1001 E Princeton St
Orlando,
FL
US

While most people’s biggest water-related fear might be sharks, Phil Pektas's was children. Not the kids themselves, of course, but the prospect of teaching them. This terror first surfaced when he was tapped to fill in for the Pre-K instructor at the swim school where he taught. Fortunately, he conquered that fear during the very first lesson and 20 years later is still introducing young people to the necessary skills for ensuring safe, aquatic fun. Pektas and his staff of American Red Cross–, CPR-, and First-Aid- certified instructors use activities, toys, and analogies to improve performance in the pool. With games such as Bird Catcher, kids will learn how to control their breathing and hunt for sub-aquatic fowl indigenous to chlorinated pools.

7347 East Colonial Drive
Orlando,
FL
US

The Orlando Shakespeare Theatre's Educational Shakespeariences project aims to give students access to professional theater by performing 91 student-matinee productions of main-stage plays during the 2011–12 school year, with complimentary tickets for students from underserved schools. During the show, students can experience professional sets, costumes, and musical arrangements, bringing their school literature curriculum to life on stage. Student matinees introduce youth to the language and eternal themes of Shakespeare and the arts in general, which can help improve performance in social and academic endeavors.

812 E Rollins St
Orlando,
FL
US