Night in Mexico - Dinner & Entertainment at Museum of Latin American Art
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The last date listed for Night in Mexico was Saturday May 2, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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- $80.00 - $175.00
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- $48.00 - $131.00
Ring in the New Year with the silk-and-diamond decadence of The Great Gatsby as Baz Lurhmann's best films spring to life during this spectacular New Year's Eve party. Begin your stylish evening with a three-course dinner, followed by a performance of the popular show For the Record: Baz Luhrmann, featuring powerhouse performers from music, stage and screen reenacting iconic scenes and songs from Moulin Rouge, Romeo + Juliet, Strictly Ballroom and The Great Gatsby. After the show, Rockwell will be transformed into a Gatsby-style 1920s retreat. Listen to live music while enjoying the delicious buffet and glass of champagne included in the ticket price. If you'd prefer to skip the seated dinner and show and commence straight to partying the night away, the VIP Party Only option takes place in Rockwell's dazzling second-floor VIP salon, decorated Gatsby-style, where you can enjoy the buffet, a champagne toast, a balloon drop and live music. Learn More
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I guess the previous poster and I went to a different event... Thie event I went to left a lot to be desired. First, there were no docent-led museum tours as stated in the event's description. The food was mediocre, and it was not really dinner as stated in the description; it was more like appetizers. The tequila tasting was boring as there was only one tequila to be tasted. I guess I assumed it would be more like a sampling. The entertainment could have been better also. The mariachi band that performed was same one from from La Fonda Restaurant, and they are actually pretty good, however, there were a lot of technical difficulties with the sound and the mics. The second act was a young mariachi singer. While handsome and with a good voice, he was there to promote his new album. So he sang a lot of unknown (or unpopular) songs from his album. I would have liked to have heard more well-known and traditional mariachi music sung. The third act was a folklorico group. Although always nice to see, this group was not as lively as other groups I have seen. Too bad. This event could have been very nice.
Quotes & Highlights
- Arrive early and have your photo taken with Lorenzo Negrete.
<p>You will enjoy breathtaking dance performances while delighting your palate with authentic mouthwatering Mexican cuisine. Guests will also have the opportunity to savor the delicacy of Tequila Marquez de Valencia.</p>
About the Ticket Supplier: Museum of Latin American Art
The Museum of Latin American Art expands knowledge and appreciation of modern and contemporary Latin American art through its collection, ground-breaking exhibitions, stimulating educational programs, and engaging cultural events.