With nearly four dozen horses and more than three dozen acrobats, dancers and musicians, “Cavalia” – developed by the creator of Cirque du Soleil – is coming to King County’s Marymoor Park for an exclusive western Washington engagement, Jan. 24-Feb. 5.
“King County Parks is honored to serve as the regional home for this remarkably creative and popular production,” said King County Parks Business Development Manager Jessica Emerson. “Partnerships such as this provide the public with world-class entertainment, while also fulfilling our commitment to generating revenue to support parks.”
Tickets for “Cavalia” are now on sale at www.cavalia.net. Tickets can also be purchased by calling 1-866-999-8111, daily from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Created by Normand Latourelle, the founder of Cirque du Soleil, “Cavalia” integrates acrobatics, dance, aerial stunts, live music and equestrian arts, and is presented in the world’s largest touring tent that stands 110 feet tall and encompasses more than 26,000 square feet.