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Noche de Pasion: 100 Years of Spanish Guitar at the Ford Amphitheatre
Who doesn't love Flamenco? Guitarist David Maldonado is performing tomorrow night at the Ford Ampitheatre with dancers that you might have seen on "Dancing with the Stars" (Katie Miller) or as performers all over the world. The concert programme, if you haven't figured out, spans the last 100 years in Spanish guitar, features various styles and dances utilizing various instruments.
Flamenco fans will be happy to hear that works by Geronimo Jimenez and Sabicas (aka the Godfather of Flamenco) are on the schedule as well.
The concert starts at 8:30 PM on Friday, and discounts are available if you purchase three or more tickets.
VIP tickets are available as well, which include a meet and greet, tapas, wine and beer, and a private concert.
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