During concerts, a musician's wild side emerges, such as when a guitarist destroys an amplifier or a singer eats a zebra. Observe untamed talent with this GrouponLive deal to Mt. Tabor Theater. For $15, you get a music show and drink package for two (up to a $44 total value). The package includes:
- Two general-admission tickets to any show September 1–December 15 (up to a $15 value each)
- Two drinks (up to a $7 value each), such as a glass of red wine (a $4 value), draft beer (a $4 value), or a top-shelf mixed drink (a $6 value)
Although it’s now home to two stages and a variety of musical performances, Mt. Tabor Theater got its start in a different way—as a movie theater opened in 1913. The medium may have changed, but the historic venue continues to entertain droves of visitors. Crowds can fill their nightlives with frequent concerts, two full bars, and vintage arcade games such as Super Mario Bros. and Ms. Pac-Man Gaining the Right to Vote.
On Friday, September 21, keyboardist, singer, and Jerry Garcia Band member Melvin Seals fills the stage with his jammy blend of rock, jazz, and gospel. Sharing the Dead-Head bill is Cats Under the Stars, a Jerry Garcia Band tribute outfit named after JGB's only studio album, and Twisted Whistle, a local bluegrass quartet celebrating the release of its debut record, "Through The Mill." Michigan quintet Greensky Bluegrass commands the guitar, dobro, upright bass, banjo, mandolin, and vocal cords during the songs "Don't Lie" and "Cold Feet" in a lively set on Friday, October 26. Thursday, November 1, ushers in the powerful pipes and riffs of Dio Rising, which pays homage to world-renowned heavy-metal vocalist and songwriter Ronnie James Dio.