Cirque du Soleil – Las Vegas Or Orlando!

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Cirque du Soleil – Las Vegas Or Orlando!
Cirque du Soleil, the only circus experience a life ever needs…
The whole world is mesmerised by the magnificent, complex and mysterious Cirque du Soleil, which is why this Circus of the Sun so appropriately finds permanent residency at two of the world’s most mesmerising and fantastical tourist destinations, Las Vegas and Orlando. So, where will you embark upon life’s greatest circus performance?

When we say that Cirque du Soleil is life’s greatest circus act, those of you that have witnessed one of the many Cirque du Soleil productions will totally understand why we describe this performance company this way. Combining theatre, dance, live music and vocals and the most extreme artistry of circus entertainment, Cirque du Soleil pushes boundaries to the point of being totally and utterly mind blowing and to see it is the only way to believe it.

Founded in 1984, Cirque du Soleil performs across Asia, America, Europe and the Pacific region. In 1999 the company had shows simultaneously touring the above regions, in addition to its four productions being performed at their permanent locations in Las Vegas, Orlando Florida and Biloxi Mississippi. Cirque du Soleil’s 1994 production Alegria, one of the most popular Cirque du Soleil shows, is currently touring the UK and will arrive in London on the 18th July.
Of course, the reason why you’re reading the Attraction Tickets Direct Latest News isn’t because you want to see a Cirque du Soleil production in the UK, but because you’re planning a fantastic getaway to a fantastic destination, be it a Disney holiday or a Vegas break - they are both equally as fantastic, and are looking for something fantastic to enhance the fantasy levels on your travels. Cirque du Soleil it is!
Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba finds a permanent and exclusive home in Walt Disney World Florida’s Downtown Disney district, where the show premiered in 1998. You won't be able to see this particular Cirque du Soleil production anywhere else in the world. Cirque du Soleil's Mystere finds a permanent home in Las Vegas's Treasure Island. The show was unveiled in 1993 in celebration of the circus company's tenth anniversary and ten years later the show continues to be a success at the hotel. Mystere is exclusive to Treasure Island, and like La Nouba at Downtown Disney, you won't be able to see this performance anywhere else in the world.
Thus far Cirque du Soleil have created thirty two productions in total, with future plans in the pipeline which involves new touring productions and new productions to find permanent residnecy in various locations across the globe. However, as it stands, on the map for its opulence, bright lights, dazzling hotels, gambling and of course its gargantuan shows, Las Vegas alone shows seven Cirque du Soleil performances; the aforementioned Mystere, O, KA, Le Reve, Love, Zarkana and Zumanity. 
If you're embarking on a magical Disney holiday, to see Cirque du Soleil's La Nouba you will need to purchase Cirque du Soleil tickets in addition to your Disney tickets. If you're headed to Las Vegas, check out the Attraction Tickets Direct Las Vegas Shows page and decide which Cirque du Soleil production most tickles your fantasy!



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