Atlantis, Paradise Island to Launch "Showtime at the Pink Flamingo" Show

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Atlantis, Paradise Island is announcing the world premiere of “Showtime at the Pink Flamingo." This will be the main event of the resort's Spring Festival, Twilight Electric—a technical exhibition of color, music and frivolity colliding with local performers and culinary talent—every Wednesday through Sunday, beginning Saturday, April 13.

“Showtime at the Pink Flamingo” will be performed harbourside in a traditional Spiegeltent. It features a cast of international entertainers including burlesque dancers, acrobatic artists and classically trained vocalists. The eclectic show—representative of the glitz, glamour and romance of the 1920s with a neon futuristic twist—will take place each evening at 8:00 p.m. and requires tickets to enter.

Along with the nightly “Showtime at the Pink Flamingo” performances, festival-goers will see the harbourside beach boardwalk, featuring culinary stations consisting of traditional carnival treats and authentic local Bahamian delicacies like conch salads and conch fritters. A curated selection of Atlantis restaurants will have their own pop-up culinary booths during Twilight Electric’s ten-week run, and hand-crafted drinks including Sky Juice and Rum Punch.

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Art, theater and culture enthusiasts will witness sideshow performers, including fire-breathing entertainers, limbo dancers and trapeze artists. The Junkanoo tradition of The Bahamas will be represented by various dance and music troupes from Nassau and Paradise Island, known for their cowbell and goatskin drum-rhythmic sounds and elaborate costumes.

Twilight Electric and “Showtime at the Pink Flamingo,” are open to Atlantis guests, Nassau and Paradise Island visitors and residents of The Bahamas.

In other Caribbean news, Bay Gardens Resorts is providing a double offer on the upcoming Saint Lucia Jazz Festival: free tickets to the event along with up to 50 percent off accommodations. Savings at Bay Gardens Marina Haven amount to 50 percent off, while guests can save up to 40 percent at Bay Gardens Beach Resort and Spa.

For more information, visit https://www.atlantisbahamas.com/twilight-electric

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