Ballet Folklórico de México was founded by dancer and choreographer Amalia Hernández in 1952. Since then, the world renowned folklórico have performed more than five thousand presentations. The music, dance and costume of Mexican folklore combined with the talent of their artists have achieved national and international success.
On Tuesday, Ballet Folklórico de México will perform in Austin at the Long Center for the Performing Arts. In addition to the headlining performance, there will be a pre-show happy hour on the City Terrace that starts at 6 p.m. and kicks off with an exciting free performance by Austin High School’s very own Ballet Folklorico group.
The best part? We have two tickets to give away to one of our lucky Austin Vida readers. We will be giving away the tickets on Monday afternoon, the day before the show, on our Facebook page. To qualify to win, just click LIKE whenever you see the link to this post on our Facebook Wall. Yes, that means you can enter your name more than once. We will draw the winning name on Monday afternoon and notify the winner via Facebook email. Good luck!