BalletX, Lil Buck close out Vail Dance Festival on Aug. 11
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What: Vail Dance Festival’s Closing Night.
Where: Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater, Vail.
When: Saturday, Aug. 11, 7:30 p.m.
More information: Visit www.vaildance.org.
The Vail Dance Festival closes on Saturday, Aug. 11, with Vail favorite BalletX in a program of works never before seen in Vail.
The evening features a world premiere by Memphis Jookin’ star Lil Buck, and the performance will be followed by an onstage dance party, bringing the festival to a rousing conclusion celebrating dance for all. The Closing Night Celebration with BalletX performance is on Saturday, Aug. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater.
Reserved seating is $50-$113 and lawn tickets are $25. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit http://www.vaildance.org.
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About the Vail Dance Festival
The Colorado Rocky Mountains serve as the backdrop each summer as Vail plays host to a collection of the world’s finest dancers.
Under the artistic direction of Damian Woetzel, the Vail Dance Festival, now in its 30th year, has become renowned for its artistic excellence, unique programming, commissioned works and one-of-a-kind artistic collaborations. More than 20,000 people from around the world descend each summer on Vail for the festival’s two-week residency.
In addition to regular performances, the festival features robust community programming and education events, drawing on its roster of visiting artists, in addition to year-round personnel who focus on arts education in the Vail Valley.
In the fall of 2016, the Vail Dance Festival presented for the first time a season outside of its Colorado-base, with a series of acclaimed performances at New York City Center entitled Vail Dance Festival: ReMix NYC.
The Vail Dance Festival is a project of the Vail Valley Foundation. For more information, visit http://www.vaildance.org.
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