After two years of delay, the Cirque du Soleil is ready to head back to the Old Port of Montreal. The company announced this morning that it will be presenting from April 28, 2022 koza under the big top.
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The pandemic has upended Cirque du Soleil’s plans. At first to make the original offer under one skyIn the spring of 2020, the company postponed it for a year before bringing it back to shelves. Now, the circus goes back in time by presenting a creativity that has proven itself for almost 15 years in front of more than eight million spectators.
It was in 2007 that koza Born in Montreal. Later production moved to more than 65 cities and 21 countries. The show featured 50 artists and “promises stunning acrobatic feats and the most daring sense of humor, all accompanied by a lineup of musicians who happily mix jazz, funk and the world of Bollywood.”
Announcing the return koza In the old port does not mean the end under one skyCircus spokeswoman Caroline Couillard. ‘Since the creation of under one sky Not complete when Covid-19 hit last year, the decision to apply koza in Montreal next summer in order to allow us to resume our tradition of performing in Montreal as soon as possible. ”
In addition to announcing her wonderful return to Montreal in the spring of 2022, Cirque also took the opportunity to point out that she has just renewed her partnership with the Old Port of Montreal for the next ten years.
√ Kooza tickets are now available for Cirque Club members. They will then be available to the general public from June 21. For more information: cirquedusoleil.com/kooza.
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