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Horses and riders perform crazy stunts during 'Ma'Ceo' in Las Vegas

Performers juggle with fire and ride bucking broncos during 90-minute Las Vegas show

If you love to watch horses and see riders perform aerial stunts, vaulting and more, South Point Arena & Equestrian center is the place to be from Thursday, April 9, through Sunday, April 12.

“Ma’Ceo Gypsy Festival” debuts there with a 90-minute show of equestrian talent and 10 different breeds of horses with riders who combine Cossack and Roman riding styles. These guys juggle with fire, jump on and off horses, ride bucking broncos, form human pyramids and more during this show.

Chevaliers and destriers put together amazing stunts in the 2,500-seat, custom-designed performance arena.

An acoustic soundtrack backs this show, which is designed so that ringside and plaza seating give every guest a chance to be close to the action.

Tickets start at $10, but a $40 VIP ticket includes a ringside seat, complimentary glass of champagne, commemorative lanyard and show pass as well as a special meet-and-greet with show creator Olissio Zoppe and cast of acrobatic performers, plus a chance to interact with the show’s performance horses.

Tickets: South Point box office, 702-797-8055

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