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$29 -- D.C.: Second City Improv at Kennedy Center, Reg. $49
 
Source: Kennedy Center | By Erin Roth

The Washington Post calls the skits and improvisations "fast and snappy," and the show "one of the summer’s better diversions."
Through July 31

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Source: Cirque Italia

The first traveling water circus in the U.S. features aerialists, acrobats, clowns and strongmen performing above a 35,000-gallon water tank stage.
Friday-Sunday, August 12-14

85% (1043 ratings)
 
Source: Live Nation

Save up to 50% on tickets to see the pop group known for hits like "Worth It" and "Work From Home"
July 27-28

 
Source: Cirque Italia

The first traveling water circus in the U.S. features aerialists, acrobats, clowns and strongmen performing above a 35,000-gallon water tank stage.
Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 25-28

85% (1043 ratings)
 
Source: Cirque Italia

The first traveling water circus in the U.S. features aerialists, acrobats, clowns and strongmen performing above a 35,000-gallon water tank stage.
Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 18-21

85% (1043 ratings)
 
Source: Washington Nationals

The Washington Nationals are currently sitting in first place in the National League East Division.
July 20, 22 & 24

 
Source: Cirque Italia

The first traveling water circus in the U.S. features aerialists, acrobats, clowns and strongmen performing above a 35,000-gallon water tank stage.
Thursday-Sunday, Aug. 4-7

85% (1043 ratings)
 
Source: Mann Center for the Performing Arts

Save nearly 40% on tickets to hear the singer songwriters perform hits like "Home" (Phillips) and "Come On Get Higher" (Nathanson)
Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m.

 
Source: Philadelphia Phillies

Choose from Philadelphia Phillies games at Citizens Bank Park against the Mets, Braves, Giants and Rays
July 15 & 20; August 2

 
Source: Cirque Italia

The first traveling water circus in the U.S. features aerialists, acrobats, clowns and strongmen performing above a 35,000-gallon water tank stage.
Thursday-Sunday, July 28-31

85% (1043 ratings)
 
Source: The Bushnell

The Washington Post calls the musical "smart, deeply touching and big-hearted."
Aug. 3-7

 
Source: Six Flags America

Six Flags America is home to 10 roller coasters, thrill rides and two areas dedicated to children's rides
Through Sept. 5

 
Source: Foxwoods Resort Casino

Save more than 25% when the singer songwriters perform in Mashantucket
Saturday, Aug. 6, at 8 p.m.

 
Source: 'Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus Live!'

"Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus - Live" is a one-man fusion of stand-up and theater, based on the best-selling book.
Friday-Saturday, July 22-23

 
Source: Harlem Globetrotters

Tickets are 40% off at the Wildwood Convention Center
July 27-30

 
Boston & Northeast Entertainment Tips
The spotlight is often on New York’s entertainment scene, but there’s much to talk about happening nearby in Boston as well in Washington, D.C.

From April to September, the biggest name in Boston entertainment is Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox, but year round Boston offers world-class shows and events across the city. Many touring Broadway shows make a stop here, but the theater scene is vibrant with productions at the Wang, Shubert and Colonial theatres. And before retreating to Tanglewood in the summer, the Boston Symphony Orchestra performs from the fall through April at the gorgeous Symphony Hall, a venue worth a visit in its own right. And each summer the Commonwealth Shakespeare Company stages a major -- and free -- production on the Boston Common.

No visit to the nation’s capital is complete without a stop by D.C.’s famed Kennedy Center on the Potomac River, which hosts dance, orchestra, symphony and theatrical events. Ford’s Theatre, where President Lincoln was assassinated, still puts on performances as it has been since the 1860s. But the most popular attractions in D.C. remain the vast network of museums, primarily the 19 from the Smithsonian Institution, most on the National Mall. Some of the most popular include Cooper–Hewitt, National Design Museum, Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Air and Space Museum and the free National Zoological Park.