Musicians and performers prefer to entertain packed houses, and venues want to max out attendance, which makes empty seats a bother, both for those onstage and behind the scenes. FillASeat OC fosters full houses by securing unsold tickets from venues, then passing said tickets to website members for free. Each day, Fill A Seat OC’s databases update with the latest ticket offerings around the Orange County area, such as a small concert in a trendy coffee shop, a music show on a major stage, or a dramatic reenactment of the previous day’s weather report. Upon finding an event they wish to attend, members reserve two to four tickets, then collect their guests for a fun, free event. All that’s needed to pick up a set of tickets is a valid California ID.
Today's side deal gets you one ticket to Jest Serendipity Improv for $8 (a $20 value). Jest Serendipity is the longest-running improv comedy show in Las Vegas. This Groupon is valid for one of the Sunday shows, at 4 p.m. or 7 p.m., in the Las Vegas Art House Theatre. Two teams of comedians compete for audience applause, which results in a sportslike atmosphere that is unrehearsed, unscripted, and completely reliant on audience participation. Kopy is the comedic DJ who hosts the show and acts as the referee of the "competition," awarding points to the funnier team and allowing the audience to decide the victor at the end of the performance.
Every aspect of the show is based on the audience's reactions and ideas. This creates a completely original masterpiece every night, and, by involving the audience, the comedians are able to connect with their spectators on a more personal level of absurdity. The shows are BYOB, which either means you can bring your own booze or bully your older brother, whichever is more satisfying.
The Orleans Hotel & Casino offers a number of amazing restaurants that provide the full spectrum of dining experiences. If you want a casual Mexican-themed restaurant, check out the Costa Cantina where they serve deliciously spicy Mexican food with a flair. If your party would enjoy a formal dining experience, visit the Prime Rib Loft. This elegant, upscale restaurant serves top-notch prime rib, aged steaks, fresh seafood, along with an extensive wine list. The French Market Buffet is new to the Orleans but has fast become a favorite with guests. The restaurant is furnished and decorated in the style of romantic French countryside cafes. They feature an all-you-can-eat buffet, along with a la carte menu items. Canal Street has been voted “Best Gourmet Restaurant” and offers a wide selection of fresh seafood and USDA prime beef. The elegant but comfortable vibe ensures that you’ll enjoy your time at Canal Street. Guests will discover about a dozen restaurants and coffee shops at The Orleans, and all strive to meet the needs of guests and provide unforgettable dining experiences.
Century 16 South Point is located at 9777 Las Vegas Blvd S. in Las Vegas, Nevada and is part of the South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa conglomeration. The hotel and casino offers a number of activities and amenities to its customers, including an amazing restaurant, a top-notch salon and spa, and of course, an exciting casino that features table games, slots, video poker and much more. Century 16 South Point is a member of Cinemark Theatres and they offer a premium movie-going experience that provides quality sound and picture in a comfortable, clean movie theater. They show many of the latest releases and offer a special on Tuesday where tickets are priced at only $5 all day long. With 16 different screens, fans are sure to find more than one movie they’d love to see. Visit the website for show times.
Surrounded by a sprawling shopping center that features restaurants, stores and salons, the Regal Village Square 18 is one of Vegas’ many multiplex theaters. But rather than succumb to the noise and chaos of some other chain theater houses, Regal Village Square 18 maintains a quieter, more serene environment. Patrons have the luxury of watching most new releases from plush seats, while 3D images scream past. Other high-quality screens show films in standard formats, and everyone can enjoy the stocked concession stand, lined with the usual assortment of colorful candy snacks. Looming sodas, dangerously piled popcorn tubs and heartier fare like pizza, nachos, corn dogs and chicken nuggets round out the offerings.
Performers feed off the energy of their audience, and when there is no audience, there is no energy. To stop this problem before it starts, venues turn to FillASeat, a business that supplies its members with tickets to events that still have seats to fill. Members enjoy a year of entry to popular shows, sporting events, and concerts, bulking up the audience more suitably than a litter of chihuahuas dressed in tuxedoes. Upon joining FillASeat, members receive access to a list of upcoming events, which range from concerts, comedy, sports, and dance to theatre, symphonic and classical music, expos, and miscellaneous events.