Battle of the Dance Musical Extravaganza Bursts Into Las Vegas
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The last date listed for Battle of the Dance was Sunday January 15, 2012 / 7:30pm.
Currently at Flamingo Showroom:
- Full Price:
- $69.45 - $111.95
- Our Price:
- $42.62 - $60.67
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I thoroughly enjoyed the performance. My friend enjoys all forms of dance so I purchased the tickets and told her we were going in to the city to see a show but would not tell her which one it was. It was to be a surprise. Well when we pulled up at The Flamingo she was delighted and even more so after seeing the performance. On leaving the showroom she told one of the flamenco dancers that she was my favorite dancer which got me a hug and a kiss on both cheeks. A delightful afternoon!
Battle of the Dance, the electrifying entertainment experience showcasing a dynamic fusion of dances, will play an exclusive engagement in the Flamingo Showroom at Flamingo Las Vegas.
Battle of the Dance is a spectacular combination of color, light and movement. The international cast of award-winning professional dancers creates astounding artistry by combining the disciplines of traditional Latin, passionate Flamenco, rhythmic Celtic and exhilarating Tango dance.
The show begins in 1588 when, by sheer chance, hurricane winds blew the remnants of the Spanish Armada onto the western shores of Ireland, and by this strange chance joined their blood, their culture and their passion for dance. Spanish Flamenco scintillates with passion and style and the Celtic dancers’ incredible rhythms and lightening speed footwork will have even hard core fans holding their breath in amazement. In a great change-of-pace, both styles are combined briefly to create something unexpected, as they both captivate audiences with their individual technique and astound spectators with the similarities that embody the spirit of both dance styles.