Skip to Content

‘The Nutcracker’ shows in South Florida: Deals include $5 tickets

If your holiday plans include seeing “The Nutcracker,” we’ve found a way you can see the Miami City Ballet performance of this time-honored classic for less.

The deal, from Culture Shock Miami, is for patrons age 13 to 22 — but each young person can bring someone else along for one low price.

Miami City Ballet is staging George Balanchine’s version of the Tchaikovsky work, with more than 100 dancers and children, elaborate costumes and spectacular scenery. The ballet company is performing in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.

This is a fantastic deal for teens and young adults: $5 tickets to “The Nutcracker,” presented by Miami City Ballet.

The deal is good for performances on Dec. 16-19, Dec. 21-24 and Dec. 26 in Miami. The Culture Shock Miami deal is for those  between the ages of 13-22, and each young person who purchases a ticket may purchase another $5 ticket for someone of any age. Get the deal here.

Other ‘Nutcracker’ deals: 

  • 20 percent off the Great Russian Nutcracker video on demand. Get the deal here.
  • $5 tickets to “The Nutcracker,” via Culture Shock Miami presented by Armour Dance Theatre and New World School of the Arts, on Dec. 4 in Miami. The deal is for those age 13-22, but each young person who purchases a ticket may purchase another $5 ticket for someone of any age. Get details here.
  • $5 tickets to “The Nutcracker,” presented by Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida, Dec. 10-12 in Aventura. The Culture Shock Miami deal is for those age 13-22, but each young person who purchases a ticket may purchase another $5 ticket for someone of any age. Get details here.
  • Get half-price tickets to “The Nutcracker” from Dec. 11-12 in Coral Springs. Get the deal here.

More free and cheap South Florida holiday events

More Holiday Events

 

Teresa

About Teresa

Teresa Mears is a publisher, writer and editor who was raised to be frugal. She became a website entrepreneur after 30 years as an editor at newspapers ranging in size from the Portland (Tenn.) Leader to The Los Angeles Times and The Miami Herald, where she worked most recently. She moved to Florida in 1980 because it was the only place she could get a job during that recession and has lived in South Florida since 1985, in Miami, Hollywood, Tamarac, Wilton Manors and Fort Pierce. She is co-owner and CEO of the parent network, Living on the Cheap.

Tags

Tags

Living on the CheapMiami on the Cheap is a member of Living on the Cheap, a network of websites published by frugalistas, journalists and consumer advocates. Find practical advice on saving money on groceries, travel and shopping, plus tips from our experts on how to live the good life for less at Living on the Cheap.

Living on the Cheap in the Media