Cirque Du Soleil

If you have not heard of Cirque Du Soleil by now you definitely should bring the family to see the “La Nouba” show at Downtown Disney. Well, even if you have heard of Cirque Du Soleil you should go anyway! Hearing about Cirque Du Soleil is nothing compared to seeing the show with your own eyes. Cirque Du Soleil has been around for years and is a respected, high quality performance group. A Disney Vacation is a great time to experience one of the greatest shows on the planet right now.

With prices ranging from around $58 to $140 there’s a seat that works in any family’s budget. You definitely get your money’s worth at a Cirque Du Soleil show. Make sure you head to Downtown Disney early for some shopping and to grab a bite to eat at one of the excellent restaurants. Then you will be ready to experience a performance that no one in your family will forget! Tell your family that they better be excited. They are going to see something that will blow them away! Each and every member of the family is going to be awe-struck by the skills of the performers in the show.

Cirque Du Soleil performs in a permanent freestanding theater that can accommodate over 1,500 people. The show itself is designed to incorporate aspects of the fairytale and fantasy style of Walt Disney World and the Disney universe. Most importantly the performances are designed to blow you away with unbelievable grace, strength, and skill.

Cirque Du Soleil performances are unique enough that people will travel to theaters solely to see the show! On your Disney Vacation you get to spend time with your family experiencing great resorts, restaurants, and theme parks. Plus the opportunity to see such a special and exciting show right in Downtown Disney makes the trip to Disney even more worthwhile.

Your kids will be amazed as they witness performers complete intricate moves and feats of strength they thought were impossible. In fact, you will be just as amazed. There is a reason Cirque Du Soleil has performed over 6,000 shows in Downtown Disney. The performances are family-friendly, amazing, and unforgettable. You can’t go wrong heading to one of these shows during your Disney Vacation. Your family will thank you!

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