Festivals in Union

Beer-Festival Entry for One or Two from Big Brew NJ on October 11 (10% Off). Four Options Available.

Big Brew NJ

The Morristown Armory

$50 $45

Revelers sip unlimited beer tastings from a 5 oz. souvenir glass while listening to live music; more than 250 craft beers available

The Sweet Spot NYC at Santos Party House on November 15–16 (Up to 50% Off)

The Sweet Spot NYC

Santos Party House

$22.09 $11

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Poets, burlesque performers, comics, and other artists explore sensuality in a high-energy performance devoted to "pop erotica"

Admission for Two to The Affordable Art Fair on September 26–29 (Up to 67% Off). Two Options Available.

The Affordable Art Fair

The Tunnel

$30 $10

Explore 50 local, national, and international galleries with work as low as $100 each, plus free tours and talks, at a newbie-friendly fair

$50 for Entry to Mixology Masters Hosted by Justin Warner on Sunday, October 19 ($100 Value)

Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE

Bagatelle

$100 $50

Guests drink cocktails and dance the night away at the closing event of the Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival

Drinking-Game Show for Two or Four from A Drinking Game NYC (Up to 51% Off)

A Drinking Game NYC

New York

$40 $20

The best '80s movies are brought to life on stage and combined with an audience-participation drinking game for extra fun

Admission for Two or Four to New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show (Half Off)

New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show

Upper East Side

$40 $20

More than 70 exhibitors showcase antiques & art at four-day exposition

$89 for Entry to Stacked: A Sandwich Showdown Hosted by Robert Irvine on Saturday, October 18 ($130 Value)

Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival Presented by FOOD & WINE

Hudson New York Hotel

$130 $89

Guests vote for their favorite sandwiches from around the city at this lunchtime tasting hosted by Restaurant: Impossible's Robert Irvine

$99 for Entry to Oktoberfest sponsored by The Village Voice, presented by Jägermeister, and hosted by Andrew Zimmern on Sunday, October 19

Food Network New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE

The Garden at Studio Square NYC

$130 $99

James Beard Award-winning TV personality Andrew Zimmern hosts a Groupon-exclusive Oktoberfest bash with beer, brats, and a live oompah band

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Barbecue ribs with a smoky rauchbier. A melon salad with a dark doppelbock. The folks behind Get Real Presents specialize in pairings like these, sharing the joys of craft beer and delicious, locally-sourced foods. In this spirit, its team of foodies and beer aficionados hosts festivals featuring more than 80 brews, as well as restaurant events that pair craft beer with regional foods. As unique as it sounds, they admit this isn't exactly a new idea—they take a page from other countries, such as Belgium, who actually anchor much of their cuisine around the effervescent beverage. Following this "cuisine a la biere" model, they aim to highlight all of the great things a freshly crafted brew can do to enhance an evening out on the town, such as highlighting the flavors of a complementary dish, spicing up a local chef's stew, or softening your dad to the idea of paying off all of your student loans.

135 W 18th St
New York,
NY
US

Inside a vibrantly lit ballroom, the names of two newlyweds glow in big, cursive letters on the dance floor. The venue, an expansive space with arched ceilings and ornate chandeliers, is no doubt a popular spot for wedding ceremonies, but Majestic Entertainment?s team has gone above and beyond to make the space unique to the bride and groom.

This quest to personalize each event is what fuels the decisions of Majestic Entertainment?s photographers, videographers, DJs, emcees, and lighting technicians. Their services include live music, photography, and lighting design and were awarded WeddingWire?s Bride?s Choice award in 2011, 2012, and 2013.

570 Springfield Ave.
Summit,
NJ
US

In town for one performance only, The Fab Four—The Ultimate Beatles Tribute sends audiences on a time-bending trip to the 1960s soundtracked by the lads from Liverpool’s greatest hits and die-hard fan favorites. Emceed by an actor channeling Ed Sullivan, the multimedia production boasts a talented cast showing off their uncanny impersonations of John, Paul, George, and MacGyver. Live note-for-note re-creations of the group’s classic hits include renditions of “Can’t Buy Me Love,” “Yesterday,” “A Day in the Life,” and “Hey Jude.” With three costume changes, the show covers the Beatles' developing style, from the early days through Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band to their brief stint as country band Uncle Ringo and the Hungry Blues. The touring production plays the palatial St. George Theatre, where the baroque furnishings offer plenty of murals, tiled fountains, and sculpted figures to keep eyes entertained before the show.

35 Hyatt St
Staten Island,
NY
US

Because the ticket is a G-Pass, Groupon customers can use it to enter the venue directly; they will not need to redeem the Groupon at will call.

1 MetLife Stadium Drive
East Rutherford,
NJ
US

It can be hard to find craft beer from all over the country in one place, unless you're at Big Brew NJ, which introduces attendees to more than 250 craft beers from breweries such as Clown Shoes Beer from Massachusetts, Otter Creek Brewing from Vermont, and Shiner from Texas. With such a wide array of regional styles and unlimited tastings in 5-ounce souvenir glasses, chances are good that visitors will find something they haven't tried before, especially if they have amnesia. To complement all the suds and the camaraderie of craft-beer aficionados, the festival features live entertainment and tasty food, including beer-infused hors d?oeuvres served to VIP ticket-holders.

430 Western Avenue
Morristown,
NJ
US

The Affordable Art Fair nearly manages to fit the entire world of contemporary art into a sprawling?yet walkable?space. There will be 50 local and international artists represented in galleries full of sculptures, paintings, photographs, and other media, in every imaginable style. In fact, there are only three big requirements for the fair: every artist represented must be living, all work must be original, and everything must be priced below $10,000.

Visitors shouldn't be intimidated by that top price tag, though. Fair founder Will Ramsay and his team want to make art accessible to as many people as possible, so they amass pieces priced as low as $100. They also encourage art newbies and experts alike to attend and explore the works of established artists, emerging artists, and recent art graduates. Kids and adults might even uncover their own hidden talents during onsite art workshops.

Visitors' Tips * Bring paper and a pen, pencil, or fine-tipped paintbrush in order to note down favorite pieces as you wander. * Ask the exhibiting artists questions about their works?you'll have a story to share later if you buy a piece. * Check out the programming to see what free panels and tours to join. * Check out this video primer for more details on what to expect.

7 W 34th St
New York,
NY
US