Tickets & Events in Northeast San Antonio

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club – Up to 57% Off Standup

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club

Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club

$38.64 $18

National comics seen on Comedy Central and HBO take the stage at a new comedy club, bar, and restaurant

50% 54th Annual Greek Festival

Greek Funstival

Tobin Hill

$12 $6

Annual festival celebrates Greek culture with music, food, dancing, and wine

San Antonio Stars – $5 for WNBA Game

San Antonio Stars

The AT&T Center

$15.66 $5

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The Stars take on West Conference rivals the Seattle Storm and the Los Angeles Sparks in back-to-back home showdowns

Up to 44% Off Concert Superstars

"Concert Superstars"

Cameo Theatre

$36 $20

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Tribute show channels such acts as Barry White, Selena, and Michael Jackson through uncannily talented impersonators donning iconic costumes

Suzanne Vega – Up to 50% Off

Suzanne Vega

Multiple Locations

$29 $15

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Acclaimed neo-folk singer-songwriter behind "Luka" and "Tom's Diner" enchants audiences with her unique voice and vivid storytelling

Up to 58% Off San Antonio Talons Arena-Football

San Antonio Talons

Alamodome

$72 $30

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In the final home game of the season, the Talons host the Cleveland Gladiators, who have the American Conference's best record

Up to 40% Off Mediterranean Food Festival

Mediterranean Food Festival

La Villita Historic Arts Village

$20 $12

Cuisine from eight countries of the Mediterranean feeds crowds of up to 15,000 people at three-day fest

Rock the River Fest – Up to 50% Off Alt-Country

Rock the River Fest

New Braunfels

$32.64 $20

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On the banks of the Guadalupe River, 10 bands led by Green River Ordinance fill the air with folk rock and alt-country

Jennifer Nettles: That Girl Tour – Up to 44% Off Country Concert

Jennifer Nettles

WhiteWater Amphitheater

$35.50 $20

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Sugarland singer showcases her solo chops with songs about love and motherhood from her recent number-one album

Central Texas Speedway – Up to Half Off

BobCat Showdown

Central Texas Speedway

$15 $10

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Central Texas Speedway rumbles in an evening of adrenaline-fueled racing, family activities, and live music

55% Off Movie and Concessions from Dealflicks

Dealflicks

Multiple Locations

$20 $9

Guests get $20 worth of Dealbucks, which can be used for movie tickets & concessions from Flix Brewhouse or Hometown Cinemas Lockhart

Half Off Cable-Wakeboarding Package at Quest ATX

Quest ATX

Austin

$90 $45

Cable park provides endless opportunities for wakeboarders to practice riding or trick combination on placid lake

"Bethany" – Up to 41% Off Play

"Bethany"

The Long Center for the Performing Arts - Rollins Studio Theatre

$52.75 $31

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Dark comedy comments on tough economic times through the story of suburban house-sharers Crystal and Gary

50% Off Home or Office Murder Mystery Party

Murder for Hire, Inc.

Redeem from Home

$600 $300

Professional actors lead party guests through roles as suspects and detectives

Up to 40% Off UT College-Football Game Packages

Official Fan Package

Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium

$323 $249

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The Longhorns' first game of the season features the debut of head coach Charlie Strong and the likely return of QB David Ash

40% Off SplashFest

Fun Flicks Outdoor Movies of Texas

Windy Point Park

$25 $15

Shoot down gigantic inflatable water slides, listen to tunes from The Voice's Josh Murley, and watch an outdoor movie on a 45 ft. screen

Naturally Fit Games — $10 for Two Tickets

2014 Naturally Fit Games

Austin Convention Center

$23.08 $10

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Fitness event featuring more than 20 different competitions, plus interactive workshops and an expo with the industry's latest products

Half Off at Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In

Blue Starlite Mini Urban Drive-In

RMMA

$24 $12

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Independent flicks and classic films from the 50s to the 90s fill the screen at Austin's only drive-in movie theater

Up to 55% Off Chris Mitchell Jazz Concert

"An Evening with Chris Mitchell"

The Westin Austin At The Domain

$55 $25

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Accomplished saxophonist, who is a Grammy Recording Academy Member, spreads smooth tunes

53% Off Movie and Snacks at Southwest Theatres

Southwest Theatres

Northwest Austin

$21.25 $10

Regular and 3D blockbusters broadcast on seven screens at a theater stocked with a full spread of concessions

"Young Frankenstein: The Musical" – Up to 50% Off

"Young Frankenstein: The Musical"

Hill Country Arts Foundation

$44 $22

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Mel Brooks's musical adaption of his classic film delights with an uproarious reinvention of the tale of Frankenstein's monster

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Fleet-footed dance instructors Acenio and Lara will release the dance-floor cowboy within you through patience, clear instructions, and encouraging personal support. Even in a group setting, they pace each swish, dip, tap, and jig to the abilities of their clients. Both those accustomed to spinning their partners through the air and those born with two left feet and a tail that has toes are equally welcome. Learn the intimate, sassy swing of the Dominican merengue or the slower, more traditional elegance of the waltz. You can also bring your darts teammate along as a tango partner and entwine your passions in much the same way you accidentally entwined your braces with plastic six-pack rings. More than anything, though, you can have fun dancing and erasing all the self-consciousness that holds you back.

4131 Naco Perrin Blvd
San Antonio,
TX
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Dancers of all ages have been sashaying, pirouetting, and leaping through the studio at Dance Plus since 1987. Teachers lead classes for all ages and skill levels, from the 2.5-year-olds learning basic coordination in Creative Dance to the adults honing their skills in hip-hop, ballet, and lyrical classes. For those looking for a more fitness-based routine, the studio also offers Zumba classes, which secretly tone muscles by focusing clients on fun-filled dance routines fueled by Latin music. No matter what class students take, they're sure to get the individual attention they need to master the steps thanks to Dance Plus's commitment to intimate class sizes.

2824 Thousand Oaks Dr
San Antonio,
TX
US

As the San Antonio Scorpions warm up in their first season as a professional team, they are setting out to summit the North American Soccer League standings as they battle the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. The game will be their third match of the season and their second on their home turf. Heroes Stadium can fit up to 11,000 spectators in bleacher-style seating, sloped to provide clear views and opportunities to distract opponents with impressive ski jumps. Fans can watch the team dynamic take shape and the star players emerge as the team finds its footing in professional play or observe one of their practices at STAR Soccer Complex—which are open to the public—to get a preview of the gametime action.

4799 Thousand Oaks Drive
San Antonio,
TX
US

The San Antonio Film Festival unearths cinematic treasures and provides a platform for artists to unveil their works to a diverse audience. College and high-school categories showcase the future of filmmaking, and documentaries drag real-world issues—such as the epidemic misuse of the word "literally"—into the light. Festival-goers literally never stop between viewings, keeping busy while meeting some of the filmmakers, soaking in words of wisdom from panelists, and participating in workshops.

2938 N E Loop 410
San Antonio,
TX
US

Greek immigrant Louis Santikos founded his first movie theater in San Antonio in 1911, when silent moving pictures of train robberies and slapstick comedy were an exciting novelty. Today, the thriving regional theater empire continues the family tradition of dazzling audiences with attractions such as IMAX sensory journeys.

Santikos's expansive theaters house up to 19 screens of first-run cinematic entertainment at some locations. Equipped with popcorn and sodas, moviegoers can nervously munch and sip their way through every pulse-pounding car chase, tragic missed connection, or gripping montage of drying paint. Screenings in 3-D of select films are brought to life by the gloriously immersive illuminations of Xpand 3-D projectors.

2938 NE Loop 410
San Antonio,
TX
US

For Mark Richter, opera is more about impact than scale. He founded Opera Piccola of San Antonio to artistically prove that point, making it the company's mission to create accessible productions with a smaller scope. His dedication to intimate performances is right in the name—"piccola" is the Italian word for "small." Today, that less grandiose approach has become the opera's greatest asset: it allows directors and performers to take more risks on stage, and gives audiences a different, up-close perspective on an often misunderstood art form. To further that accessibility, all productions are staged in the opera's original language, with English super-titles for those not fluent in the dialect of dramatics.

8603 Botts St
San Antonio,
TX
US