Entertainment Deals in Denver
Standup comedians typically draw from real life, such as bad relationships or how the zoo is crazy. Life's a riot with this GrouponLive deal to Wits End Comedy Club in Westminster. Choose between the following options: For $10, you get two tickets for general admission to any upcoming show (up to a $24 value). For $15, you get four tickets for general admission to any upcoming show (up to a $48 value). Wits End Comedy Club offers free admission to students and members of the military on Thursday. A two-item minimum is required for all shows. Wits End Comedy Club's ...
Physicists estimate that 47% of the energy in the universe is stored in stars, and the other 98% rages inside human children. Release your child's unyielding cosmic energy with this Groupon. Choose from Three Options $10 for a two-hour outing for one (up to a $21 value) $19 for a two-hour outing for two (up to a $42 value) $35 for a two-hour outing for four (up to an $84 value) Each outing includes: Two hours of jumping (up to an $18 value/person) One fun pass per person (up to a $3 value/person) Though all JumpStreet locations feature the indoor ...
Your kids are diamonds in the rough when all the diamonds are buried in snow. Keep their skills sharp even when the weather turns with today's deal from the Denver Hitting Club: Drop $6, and swing away with three buckets of baseballs or softballs—40 baseballs or 28 softballs to a bucket—to use during an indoor batting cage session at this downtown Denver facility (a $12 value). Or, pay $12 to gain an hour of indoor batting cage access for two people—balls included (a $25 value). This baseball- and softball-centric outfit on Curtis Street offers everything little sluggers need to improve their hand-eye coordination and situational hitting skills. With tunnels and balls aplenty, they can get the reps in without spending half the time waiting in line. Bring their equipment and their all-star-worthy work ethic, and you're sure to witness a rough diamond turn into a smooth swinger.
To say that tykes get excited about their birthdays is an understatement: enthusiastic, elated, and exhilarated are more like it. Give your kid an energy-equivalent way to celebrate that special day with a little help from Party On: Pay $99 for a bounce house birthday party for up to 25 kids at its location in Parker (a $199 value). Included in this bash is an hour-long session in the bounce room—made up of multiple air-filled bounce-houses and slides from firetrucks to pirate ships—and 45 minutes in the party room to serve your own food, eat your own cake, and sing a b-day song. Available to book on weekday evenings (except Wednesday) and weekend days, your party will feature attendants on hand to ensure everything runs smoothly. Gather your birthday boy or girl and 24 friends, and get them all ecstatic for a good time—which won't be difficult at all. Want more? Check out Party On on Facebook.
The family that strays together stays together. Grab the kids and spend a day on a rural walkabout with today's deal from Pope Farms: Pay $26 for four all-inclusive tickets to this sprawling corn maize and pumpkin patch (a $52 value). Featuring a ten-acre corn maize and a slew of rides and attractions—like the pumpkin pillow, duck races, corn cannons, hay mountain, pumpkin train, corn hole, and the pumpkin pulverizer—Pope Farms offers the chance to roam free this fall. It's transformed a massive corn field into a patriotic eagle pattern for you to test your sense of direction within the twists and turns of its long-eared paths. Once you and the fam have successfully navigated the corn maize, you can all high five and enjoy the less mystifying parts of the farm.
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