Jabbawockeez announced it will add a new visual arts element to its successful show MÜS.I.C. by featuring famed performance painter David Garibaldi in select October shows at Monte Carlo Resort and Casino. Fans can experience the inspirational combination of artistic expression and music during two weeks of dynamic performances until the final MÜS.I.C. show Tuesday, Oct. 30.
“Garibaldi’s unity of music and art is a perfect collaboration with the harmonization of sound and dance found in MÜS.I.C.," said Fred Nguyen, president of Jabbawockeez. “We’re confident that fans will appreciate the fresh, artistic approach during the concluding weeks of the show.”
As a performance painter, Garibaldi creates images through his body movement and brushes while communicating via music to audiences. His talent and passion for music-driven art has led to numerous opportunities and performances including a spot on the seventh season of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT. Guests can witness Garibaldi’s work during the following performances: October 21st – 23rd at 7 pm, October 25th – 26th at 9:30 pm, and October 28th – 30th at 7 pm.
For only a few more weeks, fans can experience the groundbreaking show that skyrocketed Jabbawockeez to success on The Strip. An audio-visual story of inspiration brought to life through the harmonization of sound and movement, MÜS.I.C. has been hailed by critics as “AMAZING!” and “one of the hottest acts in the nation” since its debut at Monte Carlo in 2010. The world-famous dance crew will debut an all-new production at Luxor Hotel and Casino next spring.
Jabbawockeez performs MÜS.I.C. at the Monte Carlo Pavilion Sunday – Tuesday at 7 p.m., Thursday – Friday at 9:30 p.m. and Saturday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Tickets start at $60.50, not including applicable service charges and taxes. To charge by phone, call (877) 386-8224 or (702) 730-7160. Tickets also are available for purchase online at www.montecarlo.com and www.ticketmaster.com.
Jabbawockeez has developed a one-of-a-kind style that has been incredibly influential in the dance community, effectively changing the way people view dance around the globe. Dressed in expressionless white masks and gloves, they guide the audience’s attention away from individual identities and toward a unified group to create a canvas for the audience to visualize the music by painting artistic imagery through their intricate moves. After being crowned the original champions of MTV’s Randy Jackson PRESENTS AMERICA'S BEST DANCE CREW the group’s unmatched talent and captivating style quickly became a fan favorite worldwide. They have appeared on numerous television shows including THE BACHELORETTE, DANCING WITH THE STARS, SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE, THE Ellen Degeneres SHOW, REGIS & KELLY, THE TODAY SHOW, E! NEWS, AND AMERICA'S NEXT TOP MODEL. For more information, visit www.jbwkz.com or www.montecarlo.com.