GRAMMY Museum Coupons and Deals
R&B maverick Swamp Dogg will lay down some true Southern-fried soul music at an intimate venue: the Grammy Museum's Clive Davis Theater. Creator of an album cover that was named one of the worst of all time -- in which he's pictured riding a white rat -- Swamp Dogg is actually '70s-era producer-songwriter Jerry Williams Jr., whose mix of profane and political lyrics with smooth grooves and funky horns have made him an enduring cult figure. In fact, the eccentric Dogg's music has been described as "a strange combination of Sly Stone's progressive funk with Frank Zappa's lyrical absurdism," while "Entertainment Weekly" calls him "a one of a kind musical genius." You'll enjoy a performance by Dogg, along with an interview by "Los Angeles Times" music journalist Steve Hochman.
Catchy songs often have a blazing guitar riff, a sing-along chorus, and subliminal messages about getting out of your small town. Get hooked with this Groupon. Choose from Five Options $12 for two adult tickets (up to a $25.90 value) $22 for two adult tickets and two tickets for children aged 6–17 (up to a $47.80 value). Children 5 and younger are admitted for free. $29 for an Emerging Artist membership for one adult (a $60 value) $45 for a Debut membership for two adults (a $90 value) $49 for an Opening Act membership for two adults and up to ...
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Vouchers can be redeemed starting Nov. 7 through Jan. 31, 2013. Valid for 2 admissions to the GRAMMY Museum (a $25.90 value). This deal cannot be combined with any other offers. Must be used in 1 visit.
Explore the roots of the music you love with this two-for-one deal for the GRAMMY Museum. Travelzoo subscribers can visit the museum through January 2013 with this exclusive deal for two general admission passes for just $13 -- the cost of one full-price pass. Located in downtown Los Angeles, the museum features four floors of exhibits, rare artifacts and behind-the-scenes films. The newest exhibits pay homage to Grammy legends such as Whitney Houston, the Beach Boys, Michael Jackson and others. The offer is valid for visits Nov. 7 - Jan. 31 2013. Hours are Monday-Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.
Considering LA's central role in creating some of the most impressive music... ever, it's only right that the museum to host the history of recording artists rests in the impressive L.A. LIVE. Explore it all with today's deal when you pay $14 (regularly $25) for two general admission tickets to the GRAMMY Museum. Good from August 15 to November 15, your tickets give you access to explore the museum's four floors of exhibit space -- an impressive collection that takes you through the history of recorded music by way of videos, photos, music, and more. If you thought LA was cool for hosting the GRAMMY Awards, snag this deal and check out just how rockin' this town actually is.