Join us!! September 4-7th, 2014
Join Aziza of Canada, Jill Parker, Sharon Kihara, Neena & Veena the Belly Dance Twins, Mia Sha'uri, Silvia Salamanca, Helena Vlahos as well as 30 other instructors who will be teaching a cumulative total of over 80 hours of instruction. There will be SHOPPING, a dance FESTIVAL, breathtaking SHOWS, an amazing CONTEST, and a Vegas-Style COCKTAIL PARTY with live music
The Las Vegas Bellydance Intensive & Festival is a 4-Day Extravaganza of non-stop entertainment, education, & excitement. There is a little something for everybody whether you are a seasoned dancer or a curious onlooker.
Our 2014 event will be held at the historic Flamingo Hotel & Casino and the Clark County Library Theater next September 4-7, 2014.
Want to take classes? 2014 Registration is OPEN! Our full package includes all the classes, tickets to all the shows, a gift bag, and priority placement in the festival for those wishing to perform! Or, you can purchase workshops and show tickets separately.
We have opened our online application form for those who would like to teach at The Las Vegas Bellydance Intensive & Festival next September 4-7, 2014 at the Flamingo Hotel & Casino. We will take applications until November 1st, 2013.
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--Amaya; Albuquerque, New Mexico "Roll your unwrinkled and pressed precious silk veil onto a gift wrap cardboard roll. Once you arrive at your gig, you simply unroll your veil and it will not be a typical wrinkled mess at all! Other dancers will be in awe.."
--Suzanna Del Vecchio, Denver, Colorado Save your dry cleaning plastic bag covers. After you iron your silk veil or skirt, fold it lengthwise as few times as possible, so it fits across the width of the plastic bag, then lay it inside the long plastic. Gently roll it up lenthwise and place it on top of your costume bag to take with you to your ...