Before the show, Kevin joined the famed dancers backstage for a behind the scenes look and tweeted photos of himself and the crew (see above).
Described as an audio-visual story of inspiration brought to life through the harmonization of sound and movement, “MÜS.I.C.” has been well-received by critics and recently celebrated one year in residence.
If you’ve never seen a Jabbawockeez show, you are in for a treat. The Jabbawockeez, who recently celebrated their one-year anniversary at the Monte Carlo, wear expressionless white masks and gloves to guide you through the music and give a great visual interpretation of it through some fantastic dance moves and a variety of other aural intricacies. Their latest show, MUS.I.C., employs acrobatic dance moves as well as a storyline or backing story for their music, making the audience feel as if they are a part of the action. For more information, check out their site.
Ever wanted to just fly away? We have too, and Vegas Indoor Skydiving gives everyone who meets the requirements just the opportunity they’ve been looking for. Vegas Indoor Skydiving has been open since 1982 and provides the opportunity of a lifetime to those interested in flight. You may have seen celebrities such as Travis Pastrana and Britney Spears give it a whirl; now you can, too. From instruction to flight, the whole process takes an hour for a first-timer and costs $75, then only $40 for a repeat flight the same day. You’ll also want to check out your DVD ($25) for laughs afterwards.