Catch the magic of Cirque du Soleil ® on your Orlando vacation during La Nouba ™ at Disney Springs ®. ShowTickets.com has your discount tickets to see this tale of two unique groups of characters. The worlds of the lively Cirques (circus people) clash with the Urbains (urbanites) in a spectacle that’s fitting of its very own theatre -- a first for any Cirque du Soleil show in the world. The athletic feats come at you just as fast as the jokes in this whimsical production that’s going to bring joy to the hearts of kids at any age. You’ll see cyclists do tricks that you’d expect to see at a BMX performance and a death-defying high wire act that spans 90 feet and is suspended several stories in the air.
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Cirque du Soleil show in Disney Springs.
Walt Disney World ® Resort is all about capturing the imagination and creating long-lasting memories. Cirque du Soleil knows how to captivate audiences like few others with their astounding shows around the world. And now you’re getting a chance to see Cirque do what it does best while on your Orlando vacation with discount tickets from ShowTickets.com. Child, parents and grandparents will sit in amazement as performers put on a show with incredible precision and pure whimsy that can only come from the imagination of Cirque du Soleil!
The first Cirque du Soleil show presented in a custom-built freestanding theater.
Florida Resident Identification Requirements:
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