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'The Book of Mormon' Chicago: $36 for Tony-Winning Musical
Source: Broadway In Chicago | By Anne Guettler

The show has garnered overwhelmingly positive critical response, including nine Tonys and a Grammy.
Select dates in July & August

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Source: Cirque du Soleil

Save up to $20 on the best seats; other seating levels are available starting at $31.50
August 3-7

Source: Cirque du Soleil

"TORUK -- The First Flight" is a new Cirque du Soleil show inspired by the blockbuster movie "AVATAR"
Aug. 3-7

Source: FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island

Save up to 50% on tickets and hear hits like "Worth It," "Work From Home" and "Sledgehammer"
Wednesday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m.

Source: Steppenwolf Theatre Company

Select matinee and evening performances are included in the offer for Steppenwolf's main stage.
Through Aug. 4

Source: Riverbend Music Center

Save 45% on tickets to see the three-time Grammy winner
Tuesday, Aug. 9, at 7 p.m.

Source: Indianapolis Wine Festival

In addition to wine tasting, check out wine seminars, cooking demos and more.
Aug. 26-27

Source: Cirque du Soleil

The show is inspired by the blockbuster film "AVATAR"
Aug. 10-14

Source: Broadway In Chicago

The show won Tony Awards for Best Choreography and Best Score.
July 28, 31 & Aug. 2

Source: Lookingglass Theatre Company

The intimate theater provides a great view of the stage from any seat.
Through Aug. 14

Source: Wrigley View Rooftop

Save up to $38 on tickets to see the Chicago Cubs from a rooftop with all-you-can-eat food and drinks, including beer and wine.
Select dates through Aug. 17

Source: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

The "X Factor"-formed group is best known for hits like "Worth It," "Work From Home" and "Sledgehammer"
Friday, Sept. 2, at 5 p.m.

Source: Naperville Wine Festival

Travelzoo members can save up to 40% on tickets at the 14th annual festival.
Aug. 12-13

Source: Cirque du Soleil

This is your last chance to save on tickets before the show comes to the Ford Center
Sept. 1-4

Source: Xcel Energy Center

The band is best known for hits like "Rio," "Hungry Like The Wolf" and "Come Undone"
Saturday, July 23, at 7 p.m.

Source: Louisville Bats

Many games include additional promotions like $1 Beer Happy Hour, Kids Eat Free night and fireworks
July 14-17; Aug. 29-31; Sept. 4-5

Source: Cirque du Soleil

Save up to 35% on tickets when this "Avatar"-themed show comes to Pinnacle Bank Arena
July 27-31

Source: Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

The "X-Factor"-formed group is best known for hits like "Worth It," "Work From Home" and "Sledgehammer"
Saturday, Aug. 13, at 7 p.m.

Source: Klipsch Music Center

Save up to 55% on tickets to see the three-time Grammy winner
Sunday, July 31, at 7 p.m.

Source: Milwaukee Repertory Theater

The original "Man of La Mancha" earned five Tony Awards including Best Musical.
Select dates in September & October

Source: Briar Street Theatre

Includes popular weekend showtimes (great for the whole family) and Main Floor seats.
Through Sept. 23

Source: American Blues Theater

The Chicago Sun-Times "highly recommends" the show, calling it a "zestily sung revival."
Through July

Source: Adventure Landing DBA The Beach Waterpark

This Cincinnati-area park boasts 35 acres of white sand, palm trees and more than 40 different waterslides.
Through Aug. 31, 2016

Source: Music by the Lake

Choose from four performances at the Music by the Lake festival
July 9, 16; Aug. 13 & 20

Source: Kansas City Chiefs

Take photos of the field and walk in the footsteps of your favorite Chiefs players
Select Fridays and Saturdays through December

Source: Windy City Playhouse

The Chicago Tribune calls it "one of the 20 hot shows to see this summer"
July 6-31

Source: Kane County Cougars

Save more than $7 on a Reserved Seat ticket and a hot dog
Games through Sept. 5

Source: Starlight Theatre

Save up to 35% on tickets to see the pop group behind the hits "Worth It," "Work From Home" and "Sledgehammer"
Thursday, Sept. 1, at 7 p.m.

Source: 'My Son The Waiter - A Jewish Tragedy'

Choose from performances of "My Son The Waiter -- A Jewish Tragedy," including weekends.
July 7 - Aug. 6

Chicago Entertainment Tips
Chicago is one of the largest cities in the United States, and is just a short drive away from most Midwestern cities. This glittering city built on the shores of Lake Michigan is where you’ll find some of the biggest and best entertainment outside of New York City and Las Vegas, including touring Broadway shows, professional sports teams, stand-up comedy and concert venues – including the iconic Chicago Theatre and Grant Park, home of Lollapalooza. The second city is also home to year-round attractions and world-class museums – the Field Museum, the Skydeck at the Willis Tower, Shedd Aquarium, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

Chicago sports fans fuel their passion year-round as they cheer on the north side Cubs or south side White Sox in the summer, Bulls and Blackhawks in the winter, and Bears in the fall.

Take a peek at what Chicago has to offer by exploring the deals below.