For one evening, the Las Vegas Music and Wine Festival Pop-Up Series is taking over the largest Porsche showroom in North America for a special wine and music concert.
This concert raises funds for Notes with a Purpose's outreach and educational programs, which serve to enrich the quality of life for disadvantaged children and adults. (Notes with a Purpose (http://www.noteswithapurpose.org) is the umbrella non-profit for Las Vegas Music & Wine Festival.)
This is classical music at its finest. But it's also approachable, accessible and fun, thanks to how we repackage the experience.
Special Features for an all-inclusive price:
• Three-set chamber music concert performed by cherry-picked, world-class musicians
• Wine pairings to the music by Jaime Smith, Sommelier-in-Residence, with award-winning Bonny Doon Vineyard as our collaborators.
• Hors d'oeuvres throughout the evening by PublicUs and Executive Chef Justin Cannon (PublicUs was voted best cafe in Las Vegas in 2016 by KNPR's Desert Companion Magazine), with Kalita pour-over coffee service before the concert
• Valet Parking
And, a Porsche-designed Bösendorfer grand piano brought in from NYC specially for this event.
Gaudin Porsche of Las Vegas is rolling out the red carpet for our Pop-Up. As you enjoy some hors d'oeuvres before the start of the concert, we encourage you to take a look around their showroom of fantastic cars. The 2017 Panamera is being released the day before our event (a family car that can take your family from 0 - 60 mph in 5.2 seconds).
Tickets are now on sale. Your ticket purchase is a direct investment into our outreach and education music programming, which has already impacted over 10,000 kids and adults since our inception in June 2016 (read below about a portion of your ticket being tax-exempt).
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Notes with a Purpose is a Nevada Non-Profit Corporation and tax-exempt 501(c)3 public charity. Consistent with IRS requirements, we are advising attendees of this event that the amount of their ticket purchase deductible for federal tax purposes is limited to the excess over the value of goods and services received by the donor. The amount of your contribution that is eligible for federal tax deduction is the base price minus $96.50, the value of the goods or services received in exchange for this donation.