Tickets in Seguin

Ed Blaze and Nema Williams – Up to 52% Off Standup

Grand Hyatt

$25 $12

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Seasoned comedian Williams, featured on BET and Comedy Central, joins Tanzania-born club veteran Blaze for a night of uncensored standup

Up to 48% Off a Driving-Range Package with Meal

Northeast San Antonio

$29 $15

Golf club pairs a lighted driving range with an inviting grill replete with patio seating and regular live music

San Antonio Missions—Up to 66% Off Baseball Game

Nelson Wolff Municipal Stadium

$24 $10

The defending Texas League champion Missions charge into a new season in pursuit of their sixth league title since 2002

Maverick Music Festival – Up to $13.25 Off

La Villita in Downtown San Antonio

$52.25 $39

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Phantogram and The Psychedelic Furs join more than 30 bands at an outdoor arts village

Up to 48% Off San Antonio Talons Arena-Football

Alamodome

$14.42 $10

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The Talons take on the newly minted Los Angeles Kiss in the 2014 arena-football season-opener

San Antonio Rampage – Up to 61% Off Game

AT&T Center

$27.99 $12

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With the regular season winding down, the Rampage fight for a playoff spot during showdowns against a pair of conference rivals

"The Wedding Singer" – Up to Half Off Musical

Cameo Theatre

$72 $36

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Based on hit Adam Sandler film, Tony Award–nominated musical garners heartfelt laughs in romantic comedy teeming with '80s nostalgia

$40 for San Antonio Spurs Girls' Dance Clinic

Multiple Locations

$70 $40

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One-day dance clinic for girls aged 5–18 led by the Spurs' Silver Dancers dance team and one of the NBA's top choreographers

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A finalist for the 2006 Richard Rodgers Award, Greetings from Yorkville poignantly chronicles the travails and joys of a Midwestern songwriting duo as they move to Manhattan to realize their dream of a life in musical theater. Under the direction of two-time Tony Award–winner Thommie Walsh, real-life couple Anya Turner and Robert Grusecki dramatize the autobiographical narrative with minimal scenery and few explosions, relying on the textures of her voice interwoven with his piano in a tale that “rings true because it is their own” (New York Times). The Brauntex Theatre will host a one-night-only reprise of the original Off-Broadway run in its intimate 600-seat auditorium, feeding families and garnishing West San Antonio Street with a sliver of Big Apple.

290 W San Antonio St
New Braunfels,
TX
US

Marketplace Cinema's 12 screening rooms delight audiences with a rotating selection of Hollywood's latest cinematic confections. State-of-the-art Sony 4K projectors quadruple the number of pixels in each image, sharpening images of billowing explosions, tender kisses, and dolphin slap-fights. A kitted-out concession area includes delectable snacks as well as fermented libations for of-age patrons.

214 Creekside Way
New Braunfels,
TX
US

Billy’s Ice slings cold drinks and no-frills fare in a casual, open-air atmosphere infused with the notes of live musicians every night of the week. Diners fuel up for shows—which never charge a cover for patrons 21 and older—with Billy’s burgers, served simply without unnecessary accouterments such as caviar or gold-infused mustard. A selection of appetizers includes favorites such as chicken wings and jalapeño poppers. Within the barn-style building and spacious open-air patio, revelers grab a bite, sip libations from the full bar, or gaze at the spot on the moon where Neil Armstrong first body-slammed Buzz Aldrin. Billy's slings eats from 4 p.m. to midnight Monday–Thursday, noon to midnight on Friday and Sunday, and noon to 1 a.m. on Saturday.

1193 Loop 337
New Braunfels,
TX
US

A bright, five-pointed star gleams above the Texas State University campus on select nights. Fixed atop Jackson Hall—a 12-story building that marks the campus's highest point—the star can be seen for miles throughout Hays County, letting fans know that it's time to celebrate a Bobcats victory and take out the pizza they started baking at half-time. Throughout the Bobcats' proud history, the Victory Star has had many occasions for beaming, as the school has won a litany of championships across multiple sports, including NCAA Div. II championships in football and men's golf and NAIA titles in men's basketball and men's tennis.

1100 Aquarena Springs Drive
San Marcos,
TX
US

Sunset Bowling Lanes opened in 1959 with 24 solid-wood lanes and a stockpile of miniature pencils to keep track of spares and strikes. The alley has since upgraded to computerized scoring systems while also maintaining the charm of classic tenpin entertainment. In addition to its open bowling and league opportunities, Sunset Bowling Lanes hosts events such as college nights—which provide students with discounts so they can save up for books or exam mulligans—and keeps its patrons fueled for the eternal turkey hunt with burgers and drinks from the snack bar.

1304 N State Highway 123
San Marcos,
TX
US

Voted Austin's best dance studio in Best of Citysearch 2010, D'Ette & Co. Dancers staffs an experienced squad of instructors to help movers and shakers of all ages and experience levels learn the art of dance. With today’s deal, youngsters can pepper their feet with a mélange of tap, ballet, and tumbling instruction in seven once-weekly hour-long combination classes, helping them develop the self confidence and discipline they’ll need in today’s modern world of contentious dance-offs and tightly choreographed street fights. Click here to see the class schedules for each of the three locations. In the five-day summer camps, daily three-hour sessions combine dance lessons with fun camp activities such as story time and arts and crafts. Like NASA’s traditional Thursday-night house parties, the camp sessions have a different theme each week.

1405 N Bishop St
San Marcos,
TX
US