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$20 -- Phillip Phillips & Matt Nathanson in Nashville
 
Source: Ascend Amphitheater | By Bethany Voyt

Save more than 30% on tickets when the singer songwriters come to Ascend Amphitheater
Thursday, July 28, at 7 p.m

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Source: AEG Live Southeast

Headliner 98 Degrees's first tour in three years is the "nostalgia-fueled fest of your dreams" (MTV.com).
Thursday, July 14, 2016

 
Source: Cirque du Soleil

Save up to 20% on tickets at FedExForum
July 8-10

 
Source: Tampa Bay Rays

The Rays are off to a strong start this season, with top talent including Chris Archer, Steve Pearce and Brandon Guyer. Save 50% on home games.
Wednesday, June 29

 
Source: Live Nation

Tickets are $19-$25 when the singer songwriters come to North Carolina
July 29 & 31

 
Source: Palace Theatre

This new show features aerial acrobatics and extreme stunts
All performances through Oct. 1

 
Source: Broward Center for the Performing Arts

This trailblazing 80's pop sensation, led by Boy George, comes to the Broward Center for one night only.
Friday, July 8, at 8 p.m.

 
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.