A limited number of individual tickets are now on sale for the 2nd annualOne Night for ONE DROP, a global philanthropy event to raise funds and awareness to ensure water is accessible across the globe. The event will take place Friday, March 21, 2014 at the Michael Jackson ONE Theatre inside Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
Individual, tax-deductible VIP tickets which include the post party extravaganza are available for $1,800, with show-only tickets starting at $225. Sponsorship packages and individual tickets for One Night for ONE DROP are available at onedrop.org/onenight or by calling (702) 778-3772. In addition to the performance, packages include special VIP backstage experiences, personal VIP hosts and pre-and post-show parties at the resort’s unrivaled destinations.
One Night for ONE DROP is a completely original, one-night-only production featuring artists from each of the eight Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil productions alongside world-renowned guest performers at the Michael Jackson ONE Theatre inside Mandalay Bay. One Night for ONE DROP is a joint effort between Cirque du Soleil and MGM Resorts International, which includes Mandalay Bay among its resorts, with a portion of the proceeds benefitting the Las Vegas Springs Preserve’s ongoing effort to support water conservation and sustainable living in the Las Vegas Valley.
The 2nd Annual One Night for ONE DROP, held around World Water Day, is being created and directed by Mukhtar Mukhtar and Loppo Martinez. The evening will feature Cirque du Soleil artists, as they bring together the message of ‘ONE THOUGHT, ONE WORLD,’ as a metaphor of time, and its effect on society, telling us to create the world in which we want to live.
ONE DROP, a non-profit organization created by Cirque du Soleil founder Guy Laliberté, works to secure water access by implementing integrated and unique water projects around the world and to reverse the growing water crisis by raising awareness for water-related issues. Since its inception in 2007, ONE DROP has worked to provide access to clean, safe water for more than 300,000 people. To learn more about ONE DROP, visit www.ONEDROP.org. Be a part of the conversation on Twitter by following @onedrop.