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Vouchers can be redeemed starting Saturday, April 6, 2013. Present voucher with valid ID upon arrival at the museum. Valid for 1 admission to The Museum at Bethel Woods and 10% off the retail store. Blackout dates are Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day.
Travel back to The '60s and relive Woodstock at The Museum at Bethel Woods. Tickets are are 35% off, only $9.75, to the museum called "entertaining and briskly informative" by Time magazine. This package is for admission for one to the museum, including special exhibits, and a 10% discount at the museum store for the entire 2013 season. Housed on the site of the iconic music festival, the museum includes galleries about The '60s, Woodstock and the impact of the time period and festival. Vouchers can be redeemed starting April 6.
$99 for a Cigar and Whiskey Tasting ($218 Total Value) Each admission includes: Unlimited barbecue and four hours of access to the open bar (a $70 value) One custom ostrichskin travel case for four cigars (a $99 value) One Rocky Patel Decade Toro cigar (a $14 value) One Rocky Patel 15th Anniversary Toro cigar (a $13 value) One Rocky Patel Xen Toro cigar (an $11.50 value) One Rocky Patel Freedom Toro cigar (a $10.50 value) The Garden at Studio Square NYC will host its inaugural whiskey, cigar and barbecue festival, “Smoke”, on Saturday, May 18 from 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
Old World/New World Ravel: Piano Concerto in G Major Schulhoff: Suite for Chamber Orchestra Maxwell Davies: Ojai Festival Overture Ginastera: Variaciones concertantes Roaring 20s jazz, America’s homegrown art, leaps the Atlantic to land in Ravel’s popular concerto and Czech composer Erwin Schulhoff’s endearingly brash opus. The spirit of the American West similarly infuses Sir Peter Maxwell Davies’ overture for a noted California summer music festival, while Ginastera’s seldom-heard orchestral tour-de-force injects native Argentine folk music with a dose of European rigor.
Manhattan Concert Productions presents Haydn's magnificent work "The Creation", featuring the New York City Chamber Orchestra and Masterworks Festival Chorus. They will perform at the world renowned Carnegie Hall, led by esteemed Guest Conductor Nina Nash-Robertson. One of Haydn's two great choral masterpieces, "The Creation" is based on the book of Genesis and John Milton's "Paradise Lost" and depicts the creation of the universe by God, with soloists representing the archangels. The concert will also feature the National Festival Chorus performing a selection of shorter works hand-selected by Guest Conductor Edith Copley including "Song of Triumph" (Dale Grotenhuis), "O Nata Lux", "Light Born of Light" (Kevin Memley), and many more choral classics.
Standup comedians typically draw from real life, such as bad relationships or how the zoo is crazy. Life's a riot with this Groupon. The Deal General admission to any standup comedy show at LoL New York When: Shows run nightly at 8:30 p.m. and 10 p.m., with an additional show at 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays Doors open 30 minutes before showtime. Click here to see the schedule. Ticketing Options $5 for one ticket (up to a $30 value) $7 for two tickets (up to a $60 value) $7 for three tickets (up to a $90 value) $10 for ...
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