Golden Rainbow Takes a Musical Journey for Its 22nd Annual 'Ribbon of Life' Production Show
The show celebrates American music from the West Coast, the Heartland andthe East Coast. Show time is 1 p.m. each day. Tickets are $35, $50, $100 and$200, and are available by calling (702) 384-2899. Proceeds benefit GoldenRainbow's mission to provide housing and direct financial assistance tosouthern Nevadans living with HIV/AIDS and to support prevention education.
The production draws hundreds of singers and dancers from the best showsin Las Vegas, and this year, "Ribbon of Life" stars the casts of FoliesBergere, Jubilee!, La Cage, Le Reve, The Lost Vegas Crew, Mamma Mia, MissyCochran Entertainment, Mosaic, No Boundaries Dance Company, O, Phantom The LasVegas Spectacular, Spamalot, Tim Searcy, Tony & Lloyd and Tony & Tina'sWedding.
Special performances include Las Vegas Show performers and their childrenand The Hot Flash Hoofers, who are journeying from Vancouver, BritishColumbia, to appear.
The annual "Ribbon of Life" is a completely original production show. Thelargest of its kind staged in Las Vegas, the production typically involvesover 200 performers from Las Vegas Strip shows and other city theatricalorganizations. The show contains all original work that will only be seenduring the two days of the fundraising event. All talent in the show donatestheir time.
Sponsors include Paris Las Vegas, Bergman Walls & Associates, The BoughnerFamily Foundation, Century 21 MoneyWorld, David Greenhouse Photography/LiquidLight Studios, Findlay Cadillac Saab, Harrah's Entertainment, HouseSeats, TheIdea Factory, IGT, Imperial Royal Sovereign Court of the Desert Empire,Dr. Fiona Kelley, The John Kish Foundation, Las Vegas NightBeat, PR Newswire,Orbitz, Q Vegas, Shack Findlay Honda, St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, SteinbeckCommunications, VegasAuditions.com and Wells Fargo.
"Ribbon of Life" is the single largest fundraiser of the year for GoldenRainbow, an HIV/AIDS service organization serving men, women, children andfamilies affected by HIV/AIDS in southern Nevada.
Paul Speirs, Steinbeck Communications, (702) 413-4278, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOURCE Golden Rainbow
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