After a two-year postponement, Cirque du Soleil is ready to return to the Old Port of Montreal. The company announced this morning that it will be exhibiting by April 28, 2022 Jar Under the Big Top.
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The pandemic turned the Cirque du Soleil plans upside down. To display the original presentation at the beginning Under a sky, In the spring of 2020, the company postponed it for a year before putting the show back on the shelves. Now, the circus is going back to presenting a creation that has been proven for almost 15 years in front of an audience of eight million.
This was in 2007 Jar Born in Montreal. The product then traveled to more than 65 cities and 21 countries. About 50 artists will take part in the show and read a statement saying, “Promising amazing stunts and the most adventurous comedy, they will be accompanied by a band of musicians who happily combine the jazz, funk and Bollywood universe.”
Return announcement Jar The ending at Old Port does not make sense Under a sky, Directed by Circuit spokeswoman Carolyn Cuilard. “Since creation Under a sky The decision to exhibit was not complete when Kovid-19 touched down last year Jar We are allowed to resume our tradition of presenting in Montreal as soon as possible next summer. ”
In addition to announcing great returns to Montreal in the spring of 2022, Cirque also said it would renew its partnership with Old Port of Montreal over the next ten years.
Jar tickets are now available for Circuit Club members. Then they will be for the general public from June 21st. For more information: circquedusoleil.com/kooza.