Fall is the ideal season to check out a show, visit a theme park and do something touristy right here in the LA area. Entertainment deals abound in the lull before the holiday rush begins, before prices and crowds increase. Look now for savings on local deals for up to 55%.
Musical comedy “Little Shop of Horrors” performs at the Cupcake Theater in Hollywood weekends through Nov. 30. Tickets are $15.75 (reg. $35) or $20.75 (reg. $45) for first-class tickets.
Tony Award-winning musical “Ragtime” takes the stage and Travelzoo subscribers can save 50%. Tickets are $14-$30 (reg. $28-$60) for performances at Plummer Auditorium in Fullerton Oct. 23-25 or at the Redondo Beach Performing Arts Center Nov. 1-2 and Nov. 7-9.
See comedy acts such as Adam Hunter, John Roy or Sarah Tiana at Aces Comedy Club in Murrieta. Tickets are $17 for two (reg. $30) and $30 for four (reg. $60); there is no drink minimum.
Singer Patrick Bruel, called the French Bruce Springsteen and “the best singer in France” by Coldplay’s Chris Martin, makes a rare visit to the U.S. with a six-city concert tour. Tickets are $40 (reg. $65) to the one-night-only performance at the Orpheum Theatre on Saturday, Nov. 8, at 8 p.m.
See the best of LA, including Warner Bros. Studios, the Santa Monica Pier, the LA Zoo and much more, with a Go Los Angeles card. Save up to 55% on the gate prices at 35 top attractions; a one-day pass is $64.99 for adults and $59.99 for children.
The Lux Bus Hollywood shuttles tour-goers to Hollywood Boulevard, Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, the Grove, Beverly Hills and the Hollywood sign. Plus, spend the afternoon at Santa Monica beach and Venice boardwalk, all for $46 (reg. $68) for adults and $38 (reg. $57) for children.
Take a look at 125 wax figures of famous celebrities such as Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez and more at Madame Tussauds Hollywood. Plus, make a wax cast of your own hand to take home; tickets are $37 for two (reg. $84.85).
Visit LEGOLAND California in Carlsbad, where kids can interact and see a whole new side of Legos. A five-day resort hopper pass is less than the price of a one-day pass; adult pass is $99 and a child pass (ages 3-12) is $89.
Gather up the family and head to Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park with savings of up to 40%. Adult admission is $39 (reg. $65 at the gate) and child/senior admission is $29 (reg. $35 at the gate).
Check out Travelzoo local deals for even more ways to enjoy fall in the Los Angeles area.