King of foodies Anthony Bourdain has eaten a whole cobra in Vietnam and sheep testicles in Morocco. As the host of the Emmy- and Peabody-winning TV shows Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown and Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations, Bourdain has made a name for himself traveling the world and trying the most exotic local cuisine he can find. Notorious for his passion and caustic sense of humor, Bourdain is ruthless about the things he hates and is an enthusiastic champion for the things he loves. He’s also the best-selling author of Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly, a gourmet chef, lecturer, and helped write HBO’s Treme. Now he comes to Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre with his live show Close to the Bone, and you’ll have the chance to ask the king of foodies questions while he shares fascinating stories from his life.
From the music of Johnny Cash to To Kill a Mockingbird, from the Chicago Sky to the Dreamboys male revue, from roller derby to standup, check out the huge 75% off summer promo on Goldstar for discount tickets to so many different events!
Next up in our discount summer concert series: Rick Springfield is coming to Northerly Island with Loverboy & The Romantics. No word on whether he’ll be bringing Jessie’s girl… You can go for just $20 + service fees!
Australian-born rock star — and former General Hospital actor — Rick Springfield has sold more than 25 million records over the course of his career. He also won a Grammy and topped the charts 17 times with hits like “Jessie’s Girl,” “I’ve Done Everything for You,” “Don’t Talk to Strangers” and “Human Touch.” Since emerging from a musical hiatus at the peak of his fame, Springfield has released a string of new albums and even reprised his role as the dreamy Dr. Noah Drake on the daytime TV drama. For this summer concert at Chicago’s FirstMerit Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island, he’ll be joined by special guests Loverboy (“Turn Me Loose,” “Working for the Weekend”) and The Romantics (“What I Like About You,” “Talking in Your Sleep”).
Goldstar has your discount tickets to the Fall Out Boy & Wiz Khalifa Boys of Zummer tour — and I totally can’t be the only one who read Khalifa as “Khaleesi,” right?
A spectacular summer show comes to Chicago’s First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre as chart-topping, platinum-selling, Grammy-nominated rock band Fall Out Boy storm the stage fresh off a No. 1 album release, American Beauty/American Psycho. The concert also features seven-time Grammy nominee and BET “Top New Artist” Award winner Wiz Khalifa, whose 2014 album Blacc Hollywood debuted at No. 1 and continued a string of outstanding releases. Hoodie Allen and DJ Drama will open this must-see show, part of the Boys of Zummer Tour.
Get your Train tickets now, as the best-selling band makes a much-anticipated stop at First Midwest Bank Amphitheater on their Picasso at the Wheel Summer Tour 2015. The San Francisco pop-rockers’ latest concert will feature tracks from their new album — including the Top 10 single “Angel in Blue Jeans,” “Cadillac, Cadillac” and their new single “Bulletproof Picasso” — along with their signature hits from the past 20 years, like “Calling All Angels,” “Hey, Soul Sister,” “Meet Virginia” and, of course, the double Grammy-winning “Drops of Jupiter.” Opening the show are special guests The Fray (“Over My Head [Cable Car],” “How to Save a Life”) and Matt Nathanson (“Come On Get Higher,” “Faster”).
One of the biggest alternative bands of the 1990s, Soul Asylum broke through thanks to their platinum-selling album Grave Dancers Union, which featured the Grammy winning-song “Runaway Train.” The group continues to make music, and are on the verge of releasing its latest album, which makes for a perfect time to catch these rockers live in concert. The group will be joined by the Meat Puppets, whose unique sound influenced the likes of Nirvana and the Foo Fighters.
Goldstar Memorial Day blockbusters start today! Check out the summer variety and … go out more often, at a discount. Find everything here from Hubbard Street Dance to Second City to BYOB painting.
Goldstar just added new discount ticket dates for Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash. I think this would be a fun show, don’t you?
This foot-stompin’, crowd-pleasin’ country jukebox musical celebrates the songs of a true American original — the Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash. Ring of Fire is a song-fueled journey through the music of one of the country’s most iconic singer-songwriters. Created by Tony Award winner Richard Maltby Jr. (Ain’t Misbehavin’, Fosse), the musical explores Cash’s faith, success, struggles and famous romance with fellow performer June Carter Cash through songs like “I Walk the Line,” “Folsom Prison Blues” and, of course, “Ring of Fire.” This Broadway musical revue cracks Cash’s hit-filled songbook wide open, and brings the Man in Black’s music, wit and raw power to life on the Mercury Theater Chicago stage.
I had no idea Judas Priest was still together… or around? Shows what I know, because you can see Judas Priest in Rosemont this summer! Goldstar has your discount tickets.
Few bands have so clearly helped define a genre as Judas Priest has with heavy metal. Led by the operatic vocals of Rob Halford and the twin guitar assault of Glenn Tipton and Richie Faulkner, Judas Priest has sold over 45 million albums on the strength of hits like “You’ve Got Another Thing Comin’,” “Breaking the Law” and “Living After Midnight.” Named the second “Greatest Metal Band” of all time by MTV, Judas Priest is still sending heads banging with their upcoming release, Redeemer of Souls. Here’s your chance to hear the latest from these legendary rockers when they come to the Rosemont Theatre.
Goldstar just added tickets for the final four performances of the Lyric Opera doing Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel! Last chance — get your discount Carousel tickets now if you were planning to attend this Broadway classic at the Civic Opera House in Chicago.
The Good Wife’s Steven Pasquale and Tony nominee Laura Osnes (Cinderella) star in the new Lyric Opera production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, which Time magazine called the best musical of the century. Charming carnival barker Billy and naive millworker Julie meet and fall in love. But when Billy is coerced into taking part in a robbery and is caught, he takes his own life. Fifteen years later, he’s sent down to earth for one day to set things right with his wife and the daughter he never knew. With signature tunes like “If I Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over” and “You’ll Never Walk Alone,” it’s easy to see why this powerful love story was Rodgers and Hammerstein’s personal favorite. Catch this Broadway classic at the Civic Opera House in Chicago.