Entertainment

Top Choice Performing Arts in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Academy of Music

Several venues make up this vibrant performing-arts complex, a major driver of the cultural revitalization of the neighborhood and Brooklyn as a whole. The Italian Renaissance-style Peter J Sharp Building houses the…
Top Choice Performing Arts in Kitsilano & University of British Columbia

Bard on the Beach

Watching Shakespeare performed while the sun sets against the mountains beyond the tented stage is a Vancouver summertime highlight. There are usually three of Shakespeare's plays, plus one Bard-related work (Rosenc…
Top Choice Theater in Midtown

Kinky Boots

Adapted from a 2005 British indie film, Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper’s smash hit Kinky Boots tells the story of a doomed English shoe factory unexpectedly saved by Lola, a business-savvy drag queen. Its solid c…
Top Choice Baseball in Kenmore Square & Fenway

Fenway Park

From April to September you can watch the Red Sox play at Fenway Park, the nation’s oldest and most storied ballpark. Unfortunately, it is also the most expensive – not that this stops the Fenway faithful from scoop…
Top Choice Theater in Midtown

Eugene O'Neill Theater

Subversive, obscene and ridiculously hilarious, Book of Mormon, a cutting musical satire, is the work of South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone and Avenue Q composer Robert Lopez. Winner of nine Tony Awards,…
Top Choice Theater in Midtown

Hamilton

Broadway's hottest ticket, Lin-Manuel Miranda's acclaimed musical Hamilton uses contemporary hip-hop beats to recount the story of America's first Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton. Inspired by Ron Chern…
Top Choice Baseball in Lake View & Wrigleyville

Chicago Cubs

The beloved, beleaguered Cubs plays at Wrigley Field. It has been more than a century since the team won the World Series, but that doesn't stop fans from coming out to see the games. Ticket prices vary, but in gene…
Top Choice Live Music in Salt Lake City

Mormon Tabernacle Choir

Hearing the world-renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir is a must-do on any SLC bucket list. A live choir broadcast goes out every Sunday at 9:30am. September through November, and January through May, attend in person a…
Top Choice Classical Music in The Loop

Grant Park Orchestra

It's a summertime must-do. The Grant Park Orchestra – composed of top-notch musicians from symphonies worldwide – puts on free classical concerts at Millennium Park's Pritzker Pavilion. Patrons bring lawn chairs, bl…
Top Choice Blues in South Loop & Near South Side

Buddy Guy's Legends

Top local and national acts wail on the stage of local icon Buddy Guy. Tickets cost $20 Friday and Saturday, $10 on other evenings. The man himself usually plugs in his axe for a series of shows in January (tickets …