Tickets & Events in Rochester Hills

Nick Carter & Jordan Knight at Royal Oak Music Theatre on September 28 at 7 p.m. (Up to 38% Off)

Nick Carter & Jordan Knight

Royal Oak Music Theatre

$56.50 $35

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Members of New Kids on the Block and the Backstreet Boys debut a new collaborative album on a tour full of harmonies and choreography

General or VIP Admission with Tastings for Two at Vodka Rox Festival on October 10 (33% Off)

Vodka Rox

Royal Oak Farmers Market

$103.70 $69

Based at the farmers market, the festival features vodkas from near and far and includes tastings, live music, and food vendors

Macomb Symphony Orchestra Presents Ciao Italia! for One or Two on Friday, October 3, at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Macomb Symphony Orchestra presents "Ciao Italia!"

Macomb Center for the Performing Arts

$24 $14

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An accomplished tenor and mezzo-soprano join the MSO for an evening of Italian opera, songs, and orchestral works

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

The Murder Mystery Company

New Baltimore

$60 $29

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

Sunday-Night "Drag Queen Addictions" Show for Two with Drinks at Inuendo Nightclub (Up to $32 Value)

"Drag Queen Addiction"

Inuendo Nightclub

$32 $19

LaBelle and Aretha Franklin impersonator April Summers brings her big personality to the stage as she introduces a lineup of drag stars

Jack Russell's Great White at Diesel Concert Lounge (Up to 56% Off)

Eric Martin of Mr. Big, Nonpoint, or Great White

Diesel Concert Lounge

$16.98 $10

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Rock out to nü metal from Nonpoint or relive classic hard-rock memories with Jack Russell's Great White

Two or Four Tickets to the I Am Detroit Beer Festival on Saturday, September 20 (Up to 50% Off)

I Am Detroit Beer Festival

Detroit

$150 $79

An outdoor after-party with samples of 50+ brands of craft beer caps off a tour of Detroit's top six beer bars

Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir with Barbecue and Open Bar for Two on September 21 (Up to 49% Off)

Senegal St. Joseph Gospel Choir

Detroit Music Hall

$167.40 $85

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15 singers and four drummers perform traditional gospel songs, original songs in Senegalese style, and Muslim hymns

Cavani String Quartet with Mwatabu Okantah at Max M. Fisher Music Center on Friday, September 26 (Up to 45% Off)

Cavani String Quartet with Mwatabu Okantah

The Max M. Fisher Music Center

$33 $18

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Lauded string quartet joins forces with poet Mwatabu Okantah for a performance that fuses spoken word with music

"A Mother's Love: The Musical" at Detroit Masonic Temple, September 19-21 (Up to 46% Off)

"A Mother’s Love: The Musical"

Detroit Masonic Temple

$54.15 $29

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Star of "Real Housewives of Atlanta" and former member of Xscape stars in a semi-autobiographical musical

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

Ford Drive In

Dearborn

$18 $9

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

Bar Food for Two or Four for Dine-in or for Carry-out at Paradise Cafe & Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Paradise Cafe & Lounge

Dearborn

$40 $20

Female-owned tavern offers classic and inventive bar fare and ample events and music performances

Comedy Show for Two with Appetizers and Drinks at the Holly Hotel (Up to 53% Off)

Holly Hotel

Village Of Holly Downtown

$64 $30

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Drinks and appetizers sate audiences during standup-comedy shows on Friday and Saturday nights

Standup Comedy at Funny Bone Comedy Club (Up to 50% Off)

Funny Bone Comedy Club

Funny Bone Comedy Club

$39.99 $20

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National comedy club chain hosts headlining comics up to five nights a week; adjoining seafood restaurant serves Creole-inspired appetizers

Select Local Merchants

• For $12, you get one ticket for a reserved seat in the back three-quarters of the pavilion (a $19.50 before fees, or up to a $24.70 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees). • For $17, you get one VIP/Pit ticket for a reserved seat in the front quarter of the pavilion (a $25 value before fees, or up to a $35.35 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees).

6 Championship Dr.
Auburn Hills,
MI
US

With students featured in spotlight-grabbing settings such as America’s Thanksgiving Parade and Detroit Pistons halftime shows, Deborah’s Stage Door’s Deborah Agrusa and her award-winning staff hone twirls, taps, notes, and general razzmatazz for preschoolers through adults. Young toes yearning for terpsichorean know-how learn the ropes in Deborah Stage Door’s preschool rhythm class, as preschoolers romp their way through a combination of tap and ballet, learning balance and coordination along the way. More experienced dancers increase skills and decrease the chances of losing a street fight to the Sharks with a smorgasbord of ballet, jazz, tap, or hip-hop strutting courses taught in both the summer and fall. In addition to dance, Deborah Stage Door’s college of musical knowledge nurtures budding songbirds with performing-arts classes including show choir and acting.

1655 W Hamlin Rd
Rochester Hills,
MI
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Avon Players has been a cultural and civic mainstay of the City of Rochester Hills before it was even known as City of Rochester Hills. Founded in what was then known as the Avon Township, the non-profit theater group has spread its contagious "Let's put on a show!" spirit throughout Southeast Michigan since 1947. With a wealth of local talent onstage and behind the scenes, Avon Players mount an average of five elaborately produced shows a year, all featuring special effects, live orchestras, lavish sets, and dazzling lighting. In addition to entertaining the community with a variety of Broadway musicals, British comedies, and award-winning dramas, the Players also mount youth theater productions, which teach budding thespians the craft and how to cook thrown tomatoes into a mean marinara sauce.

1185 Washington Rd
Rochester,
MI
US

Eisenhower Dance Center gives bodies a jolt of electricity??that extra burst of energy that brings dance to life. Its dance classes train dancers of all ages how to perform the precise techniques of ballet, contemporary, jazz, hip hop, and tap so that they can express themselves in the most beautiful way possible. Summer camps incorporate the basics of creative movement into themed princess and pirate sessions for younger kids and decades or international themes for older kids. As students progress from beginner to advanced to professional, they can move into the touring professional dance company and perform choreographies alongside their instructors at shows around the world.

103 South St
Rochester,
MI
US

As part of Meadow Brook Theatre's fourth annual children's series, the World Music Tour with Guy Louis embarks on a high-energy waltz around the globe. Without leaving the intimate, 500-seat theater, music fans journey from continent to continent alongside riff guru Guy Louis, whose instrumental prowess and vast knowledge of foreign tax codes help celebrate a variety of worldly cultures. Fast fretting draws out the differences and shared traits between European lutes, Indian sitars and tambouras, and modern electric guitars, and infectious beats take over in explorations of Native American and African percussion. Louis' animated performing style pulls young audiences into the action and motivates even the most bashful shadows to twist and shout.

207 Wilson Hall
Rochester,
MI
US

When two practiced athletes engage one another in the Brazilian art of capoeira, it’s a sight to behold. At first blush, the practice seems to be some sort of nonviolent martial art with aerial kicks and backflips, though with closer inspection, its underlying influences of acrobatics, dance, and rhythmic problem-solving become obvious, as the two capoeiraistas lock minds in a state of fluid improvisation, rather than competition. The history of the medium intertwines with hundreds of years of Brazilian culture, originating with slaves that were brought from Africa to harvest sugar and tobacco and blossoming into an outlet for cultural expression and political protest.

Baz Michaeli founded The Michigan Center for Capoeira in February of 2007 as a way to introduce the sport to his community and preserve its cultural traditions, garnering attention from press outlets such as the Farmington Observer and Jewish News. Baz is certified as a capoeira instructor as well as a ACSM personal trainer, and challenges newcomers of every ability level to improve their flexibility, endurance, and mental strategizing by participating in a class. The center assembles at the Franklin Athletic Club and Troy Dance Studio, and interested participants should take a look at the calendar for an idea of upcoming class times and locations.

4963 Rochester Rd
Troy,
MI
US