Cirque du Soleil and LVCVA Present First-Ever Cirque Week

Event promises an up-close and personal look at Las Vegas’ famed Cirque du Soleil shows By: Brittni Rubin
Cirque Week // © 2010 LVCVA
Cirque Week // © 2010 LVCVA

The Details

Las Vegas’ first ever Cirque Week will take place Nov. 29-Dec. 5. In partnership with the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA), Cirque Week will give audience members a closer look at the esteemed and mystifying Cirque du Soleil shows.

“Cirque Week is an incredible opportunity for fans to experience our shows in a new and intimate way,” said Jordan Fiksenbaum, vice president of marketing and public relations for Cirque du Soleil. “Our seven unique shows in Las Vegas offer seven totally different experiences to learn more about Cirque du Soleil and the people involved both in front of and behind the curtain of these amazing productions.”

The unique activities offered at Cirque Week include: a state-of-the-art sound demonstration and Q&A; dress rehearsal viewing and Q&A with the cast and crew of “Zumanity;” an acoustic musical performance and Q&A with the music supervisor of “Viva Elvis;” meet and greet with celebrity illusionist Criss Angel; Q&A with the technical staff of “Ka;” Q&A with “O” coaches; a Cirque du Soleil creative and technical panel; and a “Mystere” Taiko Drum Demonstration and Costume Q&A.

Offers start at $160 for a two-show package and range up to $450 for a package that includes tickets to all seven Las Vegas Cirque du Soleil productions. In addition to the variety of packages and an all-access pass to the private events, attendees will receive discounts on all Cirque du Soleil merchandise and receive a complimentary Cirque du Soleil gift bag.
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