A few good Music Tattoos photos I located:

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier For the duration of Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
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Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its first-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took location from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at 5 p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Created Easy. In addition, there had been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing throughout the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at numerous restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with temporary tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Discover The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas

The Ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” Celebration at The Chandelier During Mexican Independence Day at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Music Tattoos

Image by The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
Pictures by Tom Donoghue

In honor of Mexican Independence Day on September 16, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas presented its initial-ever Mexican Independence Day celebration, which took place from September 15-17, 2011. The festivities kicked off at five p.m. on Thursday, September 15 and at 11pm was the ceremonial “Grito Mexicano” celebration at The Chandelier.

On Friday, September 16, Mexican star Pedro Fernández performed at The Boulevard Pool and on Saturday, September 17, EatDrink hosted a book signing with Food Network chef Marcela Valladolid for her new book Mexican Made Straightforward. In addition, there have been mariachis and folkloric dancers performing all through the resort, genuine Mexican cuisine and drinks served at a variety of restaurants and The Chandelier, and a “Street Fair” on P2 featuring mariachis, folkloric dancers and street carts with short-term tattoos, face-painting, candy sculpting, and more!

For upcoming shows and events at The Cosmopolitan see the Events Calendar.

Find The Cosmopolitan on…
Twitter: @Cosmopolitan_LV
Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheCosmopolitan
YouTube: www.youtube.com/user/TheCosmopolitanLV
Net: The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas