Monday, March 29, 2010

TONIGHT ONLY! Enjoy Zócalo & Ballet for $35 per person!

I was just informed about a fun event (not to mention a killer deal) I thought all of you might be interested in hearing about! If you don't have plans tonight, experience a part of Mexico right here in Sacramento.

Zocalo and The Mondavi Center are joining together to guide you through a truly authentic and fun tour of Mexico.

The evening will begin at Zocalo (18th and Capitol Streets in Midtown, Sacramento), the heart of the best regional Mexican food in Sacramento, to enjoy dinner and a complimentary tequila tasting with Tequila Joe, President and Founder of Tasting Aficionados. Dinner will include an appetizer, two entrees, and dessert (gratuity is included). (Also, if you just wish to attend the show, you can buy a ticket for $20.)

At The Mondavi Center, you will be given an Orchestra level ticket for Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández. Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández is Mexico’s oldest, finest, and most celebrated dance company. Dancer and choreographer Hernández created the company over 50 years ago to preserve the country’s dance traditions-- today the troupe features a cast of 75 dancers and musicians who continue to perform the colorful, historic dances of Mexico.

Tickets are $35 per person and are limited. To RSVP, please email your name and the number of tickets you'd like to mona at sacramentopress dot com or call Emily at (916) 443-1784.

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