Cavalia SeattleSEATTLE, WA—Due to the strong demand for tickets to Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse, the organizers today announced an additional week of performances. Cavalia, which premieres on January 18 under the White Big Top at Marymoor Park at 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway N.E. in Redmond, will now extend its run to February 12.

Cavalia SeattleSEATTLE, WA—Due to the strong demand for tickets to Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse, the organizers today announced an additional week of performances. Cavalia, which premieres on January 18 under the White Big Top at Marymoor Park at 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway N.E. in Redmond, will now extend its run to February 12.

“Cavalia was enthusiastically embraced by the Seattle community in 2004 and the demand for tickets this year has been overwhelming,” said Normand Latourelle, Cavalia’s founder and artistic director. He added: “The show has been significantly renewed since 2004: new horses – who never give exactly the same performance twice anyway, increasing the excitement – and performers have been added, each with his or her own strengths. The Puget Sound community’s strong equestrian roots and appreciation for the theatrical arts are why we have been eager to return and share this new show experience.”

Cavalia is a lavish orchestration of multimedia, equestrian and performing arts. Charged with poetry and pure emotion in a dream-like virtual setting, the show combines acrobatics, dance, aerial artistry and live music with the stunning addition of magnificent horses.

The stars of Cavalia, the 45 horses representing 10 different breeds from the United States, Canada and Europe, will arrive in Redmond and take up residence in their stables near the White Big Top on January 12 at 1 p.m.

Normand Latourelle is the visionary and creator behind Cavalia. Since co-founding Cirque du Soleil, he has become renowned for his large-scale innovative productions that take spectators to new realms. Cavalia is a tribute to horses and a celebration of the relationship that humans and horses share together.

TICKETS – For its exclusive run in Seattle, Cavalia will be presented under its White Big Top at King County’s Marymoor Park at 6046 W. Lake Sammamish Parkway N.E. in Redmond. Tickets are on sale now and are priced from $34.50 to $99.50 plus applicable fees. For guests who desire an extraordinary outing, the show can be customized for an extended experience from $129.50 to $189.50, including a Horse Lovers Package that lets patrons tour Cavalia’s stables after the show, and the VIP Rendez-Vous Package that includes the post-show stable tour, a cocktail/dinner reception and much more. Special pricing is also available for children (2-12), juniors (13-17), and senior citizens (65+).  

ABOUT CAVALIA
Headquartered in Montreal, Quebec, Cavalia is the brainchild of Normand Latourelle, who has become renowned for his innovative approach to show production. Cavalia has visited more than 40 cities across North America, including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Las Vegas, Miami, Chicago, Toronto and Montreal, as well as European countries such as Spain, Portugal, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. Follow Cavalia’s latest developments at www.twitter.com/cavalia or www.facebook.com/cavalia.

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