Check out a live show
One of the perks of living in or near a big city is access we have to so many live performances. On any given night, we can check out a concert, theater, improv, sketch-comedy or stand-up comedy performance. Even though it’s all here, we often get too busy to take advantage of it.
“I’ve lived in Chicago more than five years and I still haven’t checked out Second City," Joanna Kontoudakis, VP, Human Resources.
Need a few ideas on where to find some great shows? We gathered a few ideas for you here:
Save up to 50% on some of Chicagos’s most of-the-moment sketch-comedy shows, ballet performances, plays, Broadway musicals, and more. Shows are updated regularly and you can even sign up to receive email alerts.
Credit card presale deals
Beat the Ticketmaster or StubHub hustle with the help of your credit card company. Many like Citi or Mastercard offer their cardholders presale tickets with special deals to big concerts.
Mark the calendar ahead of time
If we only had a dollar for every time we said “I would have love to have seen [insert name of show or performer] if I’d known [he/she/it/they] were in town.” While we can’t peruse the print versions any longer, TimeOut or Reader published monthly calendars of shows ahead of time. RedEye also has on-the-go ideas to peruse on your daily commute.
What show or performance are you most looking forward to in the coming year? Tweet us at @closerlookinc with #EvenBetter2018.
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