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Cirque du Soleil La Nouba

 

Walt Disney World is full of magic, imagination, color, and spectacle - and at Disney Springs, all of these element combined into something truly unique and special in Cirque du Soleil La Nouba, Disney Imagineers teamed up with the world renowned circus performance company to create something specifically for families that you can only see at Walt Disney World - and this show will have you shouting encore.

 

 

 

Cirque du Soleil is famous across the States and around the globe for their mesmerizing performances which combine street performance with circus acts, all presented with theatrical flair including custom costumes, bizarre makeup, detailed sets, remarkable choreography, and spellbinding music.

 

The young acrobats at Cirque du Soleil - La NoubaPhoto by Disney Parks Blog

About La Nouba

Cirque du Soleil La Nouba is a great example of what they do best, and Disney Springs is the only place on earth where you can see it!

 

If you pay attention to the Cirque du Soleil La Nouba advertising at Walt Disney World, you'll notice a funny looking girl dressed a little like a bird on all the posters - that's one of the stars of the show, the Green Bird. She's a circus performer who joins other characters like Titan the muscle man, the foolish Cons, the Chaplain-inspired Walker, the Pierrot and Lost Ballerina Dancers, the clowns Balthazar and Sergei,Cleaning Woman who sweeps her dreams into reality, and a host of other acrobats.

 

The show highlights two groups - the colorful circus performers in their neon costumes with custom wigs, headpieces, and masks, and the subdued urbanites in blacks, grays, and muted colors wearing natural textured fabrics.

 

The two groups intertwine as the audience is treated to acts like jump rope, high wire, diablos, cycling tricks, aerial cradle, aerial silk ballet, juggling, flying trapeze, powertrack and trampoline. Add live music and a circus tent over 150 feet tall and you've got the biggest Cirque spectacle of all!

History

Cirque du Soleil (in English, that's "Circus of the Sun") was founded by 2 Canadian former street performers in Montreal, Quebec in 1984. Today, it's one of the best-known names in entertainment around the world and has dozens of shows touring the globe each year, along with a handful of permanent shows in Las Vegas, and La Nouba, which is permanently staged at Walt Disney World.

 

Cirque du Soleil La Nouba opened on December 23, 1998 and has performed over 6000 shows to date.

 

The outside of the Cirque du  Soleil theater at nightPhoto by Allen_Photography

The Show

When you arrive at the tent for Cirque du Soleil La Nouba you'll notice a gift shop and concession stands, before you are led deeper into the tent to watch the performance. Although the building may look like a simple circus tent, it's actually a state of the art, custom-built, free-standing structure over 150 feet tall and with the capacity to seat 1671 guests. The show itself is about 90 minutes, and there are usually 2 performances a night (6pm and 9pm).If you show up 15 minutes early, there is a fun pre-show.

Pricing

Tickets for Cirque du Soleil La Nouba range from $64.97-$153.36 for adults, and $52.19-$124.61 for kids.

 

But Dad suggests you join the CirqueClub, a free fan club you can join online at cirquedusoleil.com - sometimes discounts are offered so you might be able to get a deal on your tickets (if you're looking for other ways to save at Disney World, check out WDW Discount Club!). You can get tickets online at waltdisneyworld.com or by calling 407-939-7600.

 

You can also add your tickets to your Disney World package from Destinations to Travel (Dad's Travel Agent partners). Get started today.

Location

Cirque du Soleil La Nouba is located at Disney Springs's West Side - look for it near DisneyQuest and House of Blues.

 

Getting to Disney Springs Pleasure Island is pretty easy. You can drive and park for free, or take a Luxury Motor Coach from any of the Walt Disney World Resorts (except Port Orleans Resort, Old Key West Resort, and Saratoga Springs Resort - you can take a boat from those resort hotels).

 

Buses and boats each have a drop off point on the Westside (near the entrance to Pleasure Island) and at the Marketplace.

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Dad's Bottom Line

Cirque du Soleil La Nouba is an amazing experience, especially if you're a fan of dance, theatre, and acrobatics. While it's not a must-do for every family, if you're looking for something unique to add to your trip, spend an evening at Disney Springs and check it out!