New York City Entertainment Deals

$55 -- Syracuse vs. Notre Dame Football at MetLife Stadium
 
Source: MetLife Stadium | By John Werley

The Fighting Irish take on the Orange in the 2016 New York's College Classic; save up to $30 per ticket
Saturday, October 1

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Source: 'Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes'

This early-bird offer has plenty of dates to choose from, including weekends and Christmas Day.
Select dates Nov. 11 - Jan. 2

 
Source: NYC & Company

2-for-1 Tickets to the Hottest Shows on Off-Broadway
Book starting Sept. 12 for shows Sept. 26 - Oct. 9

 
Source: The Gershwin Theatre

These are some of the best prices we've seen on Orchestra tickets to the Broadway mainstay.
Book starting Sept. 6 for shows Sept. 20 - Oct. 16

 
Source: 'Fiddler on the Roof'

The show was nominated for 3 Tony Awards including Best Revival of a Musical.
Through Nov. 20

 
Source: New Jersey Symphony Orchestra

Michael Cavanaugh has received a Tony and a Grammy nomination for his role in "Movin' Out."
Saturday, Nov. 12 at 8 p.m.

 
Source: 'Something Rotten!'

"Something Rotten" is one of the silliest, most fun musicals on Broadway right now
Through Oct. 30

 
Source: 'Matilda The Musical'

Kids and adults will each find something to love about this hit musical
Through Nov. 20

 
Source: "The Phantom of the Opera"

"The Phantom of the Opera," winner of seven Tony awards, is the longest-running show on Broadway
Sept. 5 - Oct. 29

 
Source: Jazz at Lincoln Center

See Ibrahim Maalouf and Elio Villafranca for as low as $27.
Sept. 30; Oct. 1, 14 and 15

 
Source: 'Chicago The Musical' on Broadway

'Chicago' is the longest-running American musical and the second longest-running on Broadway.
Through Dec. 18

 
Source: American Airlines Theatre

Nearly 40 years after debuting on Broadway in “The Cherry Orchard,” Lane is returning as the lead.
Through Oct. 21

 
Source: Studio 54

The musical features iconic Irving Berlin songs such as "Blue Skies" and "Cheek to Cheek"
Through Oct. 16

 
Source: 'Gazillion Bubble Show'

Family members of all ages can enjoy this one-of-a-kind display of talent.
Through Feb. 27, 2017

 
Source: 'Avenue Q'

The 2004 Tony Award winner for Best Musical is "one of the funniest shows you're ever likely to see" (Entertainment Weekly).
Through Feb. 27

 
Source: The Laura Pels Theatre

The play lays bare the consequences of growing older without growing up.
Through Oct. 23.

 
Source: Orpheum Theater

There's a reason it's been playing for over 20 years. You'll be blown away by this impressive display of musical creativity and talent.
Through Nov. 17

 
Source: Blue Man Group

"For sheer weird, exuberant fun, it’s hard to top this long-running treat” (Time Out New York)
Weekends through Dec. 23

 
Source: 'The Great Russian Nutcracker'

The New York Times praises the troupe's "elegant" and "expansive" dancing. See a Saturday matinee when the tour stops in Brooklyn for one show only.
Saturday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m.

 
Source: Forum Theatre Arts Center

Orchestra seats are available for all performances at 30% off, including weekends
Oct. 5 - Nov. 13

 
Source: 'Shear Madness'

In this classic whodunit, the audience helps solve the crime
Through Nov. 2

 
Source: Shen Yun

Travelzoo members can get early access to all performances and seating levels -- plus save $5 per ticket in booking fees for a limited time.
Jan. 11-15 & May 3-7; fees waived through Sept. 30

 
Source: 'THE RIDE'

Takes riders aboard a high-tech bus with stadium-style, sideways seating as the streets of New York City turn into a stage
Through Oct. 1

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NYC Entertainment Tips
New York City offers one of the most diverse and vibrant entertainment scenes in the world.

In The Big Apple, everyone can find something to suit their taste. The city is home to several major league sports teams, world-class arts organizations like the Metropolitan Opera and the New York Philharmonic and dozens of Broadway plays and musicals, attended by over 12 million people every year.

Great entertainment can be found any day of the year, but many visitors plan trips to the city for annual events like the Radio City Christmas Spectacular (Nov. – Dec.) or the US Open (early Sept.).

For a more intimate theatre experience that doesn’t skimp on quality, try an Off-Broadway show. The term refers to a professional venue with 100-499 seats.