Spiders, crickets and Kiwis, oh my!
Only Cirque du Soleil could present such a combination! They are back with their bright, quirky and stunning style. Theatrical, mind-bending and a delicious blend of color and music.
The Canadian group is back in Miami on a whirlwind three-day event at the American Airlines Arena.
The OVO tour explores and delights, inviting you into the secret world of insects and their circle of life. From awe inducing acrobatics to poetic and beautiful, serene moments; this tour needs to be seen to be believed. No YouTube video or anything you read could compare to this explosion of epic proportions that will delight the senses. And just when you think you have it figured out, the performers will burst out with something so gloriously new to astound you! The costumes are intricate, authentic and obey the performers every move. Yes! You did just see a cricket fly!
To help you catch your breath from the high flying and death defying acts, there are moments that will take your breath away with its grace and beauty, and others that will just make you laugh to yourself.
Get lost in color, the fantasy and be serenaded by the exotic music and immersed in the story. A rich picture of genius in a frame of modern direction.
Performers from 40 countries around the world have collaborated to create this unique event, bringing their own talent, imagination, and drama. Together you can almost taste it.
How can 20 million people be wrong? You will kick yourself repeatedly if you do not treat yourself to this extravaganza! Having reframed the perception of what a circus is, this is a 21st century runaway train of color frenzy and thrills that would be crazy to miss.
Erica Rosello acquired her Bachelor’s degree in Business with a minor in English from FIU. Her Passion for Miami, the city she grew up in, has enabled her to capture and highlight all of the Beauty and Power “The Most Exciting City in the World” has to offer. For exclusive interviews and advertising opportunities, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org