Tickets & Events in Sharon

Kings of Leon at First Niagara Pavilion on Friday, August 29, at 7 p.m. (Up to 61% Off)

Kings of Leon

First Niagara Pavilion

$51.80 $20

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Nashville quartet unleashes their blend of southern rock and grunge in support of Mechanical Bull

Bill Burr, Sarah Silverman, Hannibal Buress & More at First Niagara Pavilion on Saturday, August 30 (Up to 50% Off)

Oddball Comedy Festival

First Niagara Pavilion

$27 $15

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Bill Burr, Sarah Silverman, Hannibal Buress, Chris D'Elia, Chris Hardwick, and more star in this two-stage, top-tier comedy fest

Pittsburgh Pirates Game at PNC Park (Up to 33% Off). Nine August Games and Four Seating Options Available.

Pittsburgh Pirates

PNC Park

$20 $14

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The Pirates continue to follow a historic 2013 campaign with a record that could see them in the playoffs yet again

Metallica, Pantera Tribute on August 1 or Rage Against the Machine, Deftones Tribute on August 29 (Up to 70% Off)

Battery and Penntera or RATM2 and Deftones set by Red Hands

Altar Bar

$33.31 $10

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Tribute bands cover Metallica, Pantera, Rage Against the Machine, and the Deftones

Music for MS Roots Music Festival at Hartwood Acres Amphitheater on Saturday, August 16 (Up to 58% Off)

Music for MS Roots Music Festival

Hartwood Acres Amphitheater

$20 $9

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Full day of roots, Americana, and bluegrass music from local and national bands, with all proceeds going toward MS Society of Western PA

OVERWERK for One or Two at Static on Friday, August 15, at 9 p.m. (Up to 46% Off)

OVERWERK

Static

$13.91 $8

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Canadian EDM producer behind the chart-topping Conquer EP treats fans to bass-dropping cinematic electro on his first US tour

Movie Tickets for Two or Four at Penn Hills Cinemas (Up to Half Off)

Penn Hills Cinemas

Penn Hills

$14 $7

Independently owned and operated theater shows first-run blockbusters complete with popcorn, drinks, and snacks

Retro Futura Tour at Cleveland Masonic Auditorium on August 25 at 7 p.m. (Up to 46% Off)

Retro Futura Tour

Cleveland Masonic Auditorium

$21.63 $12

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An evening of popular British new-wave acts from the '80s, including Thompson Twins' Tom Bailey, Howard Jones, and Ultravox's Midge Ure

Live Podcast Show: "Sports without Balls with Erin Foley" on August 13 at 6 p.m. (Up to 42% Off)

Live Podcast Show: "Sports without Balls"

Hilarities 4th Street Theater

$12 $7

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Comedian and sports enthusiast Erin Foley scores huge laughs in a special live podcast taping for the Gay Games featuring Fortune Feimster

Jim Brickman at Warner Theatre on December 14 at 7 p.m. (Up to 51% Off)

Jim Brickman

Warner Theatre

$34.75 $17

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Silky-voiced adult-contemporary singer and pianist plays Christmas hits such as "The Gift" and "If You Believe" on a holiday tour

Demolition Derby Qualifier, Latino Night, or Vertical Horizon with Fair Admission at Cuyahoga County Fair (Half Off)

Cuyahoga County Fair

Cuyahoga County Fair – Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in Berea, Ohio

$30 $15

See cars destroy each other; hear Vertical Horizon’s “Everything You Want” and other nostalgic and new songs; dance to bachata and merengue

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During The Burner? a 7-mile obstacle course, created by Winger Productions, LLC, and located on some of the toughest terrain in Ohio ?participants test their personal endurance through a series of challenges. While each challenge is designed to test personal strength, it's also designed to create synergy among the group. Whether participants run, walk, or crawl their ways to the finish line, The Burner is all about perseverance and personal bests. Furthering their mantra that they're not just about physical personal betterment, Winger Productions, LLC is also a proud supporter of Akron Children?s Hospital Mahoning Valley.

3600 Schotten Road
Hubbard,
OH
US

Jergel’s Rhythm Grille satisfies cravings. Whether a person is thirsting for a cold beer, hungering for a burger with pineapple on it, or hankering to hear their favorite song without their child providing arrhythmic percussion on an empty pot, they can find it in the two-story venue and eatery. At the head of the 17,000-square-foot space, a stage carries live shows by both national and regional acts, while audiences dance under colored lights or sit off to the side in a private booth with a shareable plate of seared duck breast. And those craving fresh air and quiet can find their goods on the outdoor patio, where they can sip a glass of wine and explore the rest of the menu's gourmet comfort fare.

103 Slade Lane
Warrendale,
PA
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Under the bright lights at PPMS, rogue speedsters zoom around a half-mile clay racetrack in careening caravans of super and semi late models, E-mods, cadets, and young guns. Spectators unsated after tailgating in PPMS's free lot can fuel up with a monster meal that includes Pizza Hut pizza, a burger, chicken, or a hot dog, cotton candy, a drink, and a side such as pretzels. Scoop up some swag in the Speedway gift shop with a $3 gift certificate, and bedeck your ride with a checkered racing flag or a hood ornament of life-size echidna. Racing fans under age 7 get in free.

170 Kelso Rd.
Imperial,
PA
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Every weekend, Twin Hi-Way Drive-In’s dual screens come to life with double-feature showings from a schedule of current films. Viewers tune their radios to the audio track’s frequency, directly transmitting the movie’s dialogue and soundtrack to their car, or fiddle with the knob to recast Ira Glass as the lead in Die Hard. The concession stand dispenses movie-night treats, such as hot dogs, popcorn, and sodas. On Saturdays, the drive-in hosts classic-car shows, where owners can show off their ’67 Mustang or their ’66 GTO.

5588 Steubenville Pike
Mc Kees Rocks,
PA
US

The movement maestros at Sharon Rae Dance School—named the best dance studio in Beacon four years in a row by Ohio.com—teach the fancy footwork of tap, ballet, and jazz to tots and youthful twirlers. In all the studios, including a colorful room designed for preschoolers, a layer of cushioning supports the shiny hardwood floors, warding off injuries as whippersnappers jive in musical-theater lessons and tumble with pompoms. All kids' classes are monitored through closed-circuit television, which keeps parents in the loop as they weld together first-place trophies in the waiting room. Students as young as 2 can build fine and gross motor skills in toddler sessions, and adults can leave their own cubicle-themed play sets to join fun Zumba workouts that combine aerobics and Latin dance moves.

727 Canton Rd
Akron,
OH
US

"Lively characterizations and an irrepressible sense of fun”—that's how Cleveland Scene once summed up the strengths of Ohio Shakespeare Festival. It's a fitting approach to the works of the ever-sly Bard, especially given the fest's convivial outdoor setting. Dusk finds spectators on the edges of their picnic blankets as immortal plots twist and turn before their eyes and sandwiches.

714 N Portage Path
Akron,
OH
US