The Las Vegas Carnaval International-Mardi Gras will be held on Saturday, May 23, 2015. Traditionally, Carnaval is mainly a Latin American event but Las Vegas Carnaval includes all countries and all ethnic groups who proudly with to participate to showcase their artistry and cultural diversity in colorful costumes, floats, music, dance and traditional foods (Photos courtesy of Mr. Freddy Chavez).
The public is invited to attend The Las Vegas Carnaval International-Mardi Gras on Saturday, May 23, 2015 at the Llama Lot 9th Eastside Fremont St. Las Vegas, NV. The doors open at 11:30 am with live entertainment, performances, dancers, singers, as well as international food and drinks. It is a family event with fun for all!
The Parade will start at 6:30pm to 8:30pm with several local and international groups, also Queens, Kings, colorful floats, dancers, folklores, colors, feathers, and lots of energy. The parade also includes Military Bands, Honorary Veterans and School Bands. The event will end at 11:30pm.
Mr. Freddy Chavez, President and Founder of Las Vegas Carnaval International-Mardi Gras, said, “This is an opportunity to embrace the multi-cultural diversity of America and show the world the brightest and most beautiful from each culture.”
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SPONSORS: Las Vegas Carnaval International-Mardi Gras offers opportunities for your participation through sponsorship. We offer a variety of sponsorship levels and each provides your Business with a very public and immediate exposure of your products and services. And, it will certainly enhance public awareness for your business as well as your community image. Each level of sponsorship is designed to fit your marketing needs and your budget. Please contact: Freddy Chavez at 702-587-8082.
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Las Vegas Carnaval International – Mardi Gras was started in 2007 by Mr. Freddy Chavez, President of Residentes Bolivianos de Las Vegas and Las Vegas Carnaval International-Mardi Gras.
Chavez’ vision was to develop the annual event from a small fledgling celebration, welcoming more countries to participate each year.
Chavez said, “It is also our dream to see this Carnaval-Mardi Gras become one of the best ten Carnaval-Mardi Gras’ in the world and we hope it will become a large annual celebration in Las Vegas.”
For more information, visit: http://www.lvcarnavalinternational.com/