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$12 & up -- 'A Christmas Carol' at A.C.T. incl. Best Seats
Source: A.C.T. | By John Werley

Tickets to one of SF's most popular holiday events are now on sale, and members can be among the first to purchase at the lowest prices of the season.
Nov. 25 - Dec. 8

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Source: A.C.T.

The Guardian called the show "stimulating... absorbing! A rich, ideas-packed work."
Oct. 19-30

Source: 'Great Russian Nutcracker'

Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Nutcracker” comes to the San Jose area for just one day
Tuesday, Dec. 20

Source: Grand National Rodeo

Watch professional cowboys rope, wrestle and ride during these action-packed weekend events.
Friday-Saturday, Oct. 14-15 and 21-22

Source: Shen Yun

Members can can get early access to all performances and seating levels -- plus save up to $9 per ticket in booking fees for a limited time.
Dec. 27 - Jan. 15; fees waived through Sept. 30

Source: Cirque du Soleil

"Luzia" is getting great reviews for its "beautiful imagery" and "gasp-inducing 'ooh' and 'ah' acrobatic moments"
Select dates Feb. 10 - March 4

Source: 'Disney On Ice'

The whole family will love seeing fan favorites from Disney's most famous movies take the stage at SAP Center and Oracle Arena next month.
Oct. 20-23 and 27-30

Source: San Francisco Opera

San Francisco Opera's 2016-17 season includes "Aida," "Madame Butterfly" and "La Bohème," and Travelzoo members can save up to 45% on tickets.
Select dates Nov. 5 - June 20

Source: San Francisco Symphony

Tickets for concerts start at under $20, most shows are Friday nights, and floor seats are included.
Oct. 21, 27

Source: San Francisco Giants

Save up to 50% on tickets to games at AT&T Park
Sept. 27-29

Source: Professional Bull Riders

The PBR Built Ford Tough Series stops at the SAP Center at San Jose
Saturday-Sunday, Oct. 15-16

San Francisco Entertainment Tips
Some of the most iconic, postcard-worthy spots in San Francisco are some of the top entertainment destinations, like the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Fisherman’s Wharf and jingling cable cars. Yet the entertainment options here really reflect the diversity of the city, from intimate concert venues to Giants Stadium.

Many touring Broadway shows make their way west, and many visitors try to stop by SFJAZZ Center as well as the San Francisco Opera for a cultured night out. Another popular entertainment trend is trying a tasting room from a local brewer or a wine maker in nearby Wine Country.

There is always something new to explore, from restaurants (try the local seafood – Dungeness crab and cioppino are favorites) to museum exhibits to stage productions to eclectic neighborhoods -- some of our favorites include Hayes Valley, North Beach, Haight-Ashbury, the Mission (don’t miss the murals) and the Castro.