Seeing music live is a great way to really feel the music, especially when you position yourself directly between the cymbals. Be at the center of it all with this GrouponLive deal to Vegas Loves Brazil at Clark County Amphitheater. For $45, you get a VIP package for two on Saturday, April 13, from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. (a $107 total value). The VIP package includes the following:
Parking close to the entrance (a $15 value)
Two tickets with no waiting line (a $10 value)
Two Vegas Loves Brazil T-shirts (a $40 value)
Meet and greet with the artists (a $30 value)
Six food and beverage tickets (an $12 value)
The infectious rhythms of Brazilian samba, bossa nova, and lambada energize the crowd at Clark County Amphitheater, where more than 4,000 visitors mingle and sample authentic Brazilian cuisine and libations. Vegas Loves Brazil—a spirited, daylong celebration started by a small group of friend—immerses festivalgoers in the eclectic cultures of Brazil with live bands, dance performances, and kid-friendly carnival rides. The centuries-old martial-arts discipline known as capoeira takes center stage in its own lively exhibition, drawing oohs and aahs with its flurry of leg sweeps and quick, dance-like moves set to music. Elsewhere, dancers decked out in bright, elaborate costumes shimmy to drumbeats as their sparkling headdresses tower with feathers borrowed from Big Bird’s toupee collection. A portion of the festival’s proceeds will go to Children’s Heart Center.
Experiences that expand cultural awareness, such as museums, tours, and literature
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