Follow Your Dream, Day #232: Mexico!

Team Lord has assembled in Mexico City!

Mexico has always been good to Lord of the Dance. The show is incredibly popular in Mexico, and once again we're playing at some massive venues, such as Mexico City's National Auditorium.

There's something really fun about returning to cities and countries where the show has played multiple times; the troupe members already have their favorite hangouts and restaurants picked out. And I have to say this: Mexico City is utterly beautiful today. Gorgeous clear skies, perfect weather, and just absolutely ideal for going outdoors.

James Keegan and Mary Mirasola arrived in Mexico ahead of the troupe for promotional spots on TV. If you've been following the media activity in Mexico surrounding the show -- especially since the announcement of Luis Ignacio Sánchez joining the troupe for performances here in Mexico -- you've seen just how crazy it's been. Billboards, TV shows, you name it. We've got more press coming up quickly (some of it as soon as tomorrow), and the message is clear:

Lord of the Dance is in town.

It's powerful, isn't it? If you're a fan in Mexico (or you're coming to see the show in Mexico), Lord of the Dance is *in town.* This is what it's all about: coming to see the show live, and experiencing Michael Flatley's art form in its purest format.

(This is going to lead to an avalanche in the comments section asking us to come to your city and country, so I'll put a general response here: we're always adding more tour dates, so keep an eye on for updates.)

Today's a rest day for Team Lord after the long journey from Taiwan. But we've got several shows coming up in Mexico City, Puebla, Guadalajara, and Querétaro. Winter is about to get a whole lot hotter here in Mexico, with some Dangerous Games!


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