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$40 & up -- Last Chance: Cirque du Soleil in Atlanta
 
Source: Cirque du Soleil | By Anne Guettler

The Chicago Sun-Times calls the show “the most extraordinary … to date.”
Select dates through May 6

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Source: Straz Center for the Performing Arts

The New York Post called the musical "too good to be true."
June 1-3 & 5

 
Source: Live Nation

The iconic bands come to Birmingham, Raleigh, Atlanta, Virginia Beach & Little Rock
Select dates through Aug.17

 
Source: Atlanta Opera

It’s the first chance to see the opera perform “Romeo & Juliet” since 2007.
May 7, 10, 13 & 15

 
Source: Miami Marlins

Choose from multiple seating sections and games, including weekends.
May 3-11, 20 & 23

 
Source: Thrasher-Horne Center

All seats in the house are discounted for both of these offers.
May 1 & 7

 
Source: Colony Theatre

Choose from all performances, including weekends and matinees.
Thursday-Sunday, May 5-8

 
Source: Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra has won 27 Grammy awards.
May 5, 7, 13, 15, 27; June 2, 4

 
Source: Palace Theatre

This new show features aerial acrobatics and extreme stunts
All performances March 8 - Oct. 1

 
Source: Blue Man Productions - Universal Orlando

See the family-friendly Orlando show with this offer for up to 40% off tickets
Shows May 1-31

 
Source: Atlanta Ballet

Choose from any performance and save up to half off on some of the best seats.
May 20-22

 
Source: The Magic of Ivan Amodei

"Intimate Illusions" combines physics-defying magic, storytelling and live classical music from a concert cellist
June 18-19

 
Source: Rock the South

Get exclusive extras and save $20 on tickets to this two-day country music festival in Cullman, Ala.
June 3-4

 
Source: Palace Theatre

This deal includes a free popcorn and no additional ticket fees
All performances through May 26

 
Florida Entertainment Tips
In the sunny southeast, cultural destinations match warm winters in tourist appeal. Atlanta alone boasts a world-renowned symphony orchestra, the High Museum of Art and one of the world’s largest aquariums.

Florida is the second most tourist-frequented state in the country. While Disney World is an obvious draw, Central Florida visitors can also explore the ancient swampland of the Florida Everglades or catch a show at Orlando’s downtown treasure, the Dr. Phillips Center, all within a 30-minute drive from theme parks.

South Florida visitors are treated to Miami’s global cuisine, Art-Deco architecture and vibrant South Beach nightlife. The city’s burgeoning Design District showcases walls upon walls of street art, and the waterfront Museum Park is home to the sprawling Perez Art Museum.