Mike and I have been to a few Cirque du Soleil shows over the years and we always come away from them feeling just in awe.
The artistry, the incredible stunts, the beautiful and elaborate sets, costumes, make up, music, storytelling – there hasn’t been a Cirque show we’ve gone to that didn’t amaze us.
That’s why I’m so excited to see the upcoming Cirque du Soleil’s TORUK: The First Flight in the new Rogers Place this December!
TORUK comes to Edmonton Dec. 22-26, 2016 (yay, Christmastime!)
This touring Cirque show is inspired by James Cameron’s Avatar, and brings you into the world of Pandora. The experience is described as a “living ode to the Na’vi’s symbiotic coexistance with nature and their belief in the basic interconnectedness of all living things.” TORUK is set thousands of years before the events of the Avatar movie (before any humans set foot on Pandora).
Mike and I will be going for opening night but I’m also giving away a pair of tickets so you can experience the show on opening night too. It’s like an early Christmas gift!
Check out the promotional video and enter to win below:
** GIVEAWAY **
There are a few ways you can enter for a chance to win a pair of opening night tickets to TORUK in Edmonton, including:
- Leaving a comment on this blog post telling me who you’d take to see TORUK.
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I’ll select a winner when the giveaway closes on December 11, 2016.
Disclaimer: I will always provide my 100% honest opinion on this blog. TORUK’s promoter reached out to offer me complimentary tickets to the show, as well as a pair of tickets to give away to readers. This does not affect the opinions stated in this post. (I wouldn’t say I liked it if it didn’t!)