The Vegas Loves Brazil Festival Kicks into High Gear The Vegas Loves Brazil festival is shaping up to be the event of the year
Tickets for adults are $5 and free for children under 12 years old. Free parking will be available onsite.
The organizers at the Vegas Loves Brazil cultural festival announced on Monday that Leblon Cachaça has signed on as the latest addition of sponsors for the April 13th event. “We are very excited to have Leblon on board with us. This opportunity expands our vision of introducing another tradition of the Brazilian culture to Las Vegas,” says Vegas Loves Brazil co-founder and organizer, Ramon van Meer.
The Vegas Loves Brazil festival will take place on April 13 at the Clark County Amphitheater from 1 – 9 p.m. The festival will highlight the best in Brazilian culture through food, song and dance. Samba performances as well as the famous Brazilian martial art dancing style of Capoeira will be abundant throughout the day. Kids will enjoy face painting, bounce houses, carnival rides, games and pony rides. Tickets for adults are $5 and free for children under 12 years old. Free parking will be available onsite.
For more information about Leblon please go to: http://lebloncachaca.com/.
To purchase tickets to the Vegas Loves Brazil Festival visit www.vegaslovesbrazil.com
Vegas Loves Brazil Festival
In Brazil, they celebrate Carnival, which is legendary when it comes to cultural celebrations. In Las Vegas, they will celebrate the culture at the Vegas Loves Brazil festival on April, 13th at the Clark County Amphitheater. “We are bringing a smaller version of Brazil’s Carnival to Las Vegas. It’s going to be a great party” says festival organizer and co-founder, Ramon van Meer. The festival organizers promise the event will be something not to be missed and will appeal to everyone and anyone of all ages, genders and cultures. “We want to create a melting pot where everyone can get together and have a good time while experiencing all the fun things the Brazilian culture has to offer. We want this to be something everyone will look forward to when we do it again next year” says van Meer.
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