Considered the largest contemporary producer of circus entertainment on the planet, Cirque du Soleil has spent a considerable amount of time wowing audiences and engaging all of their senses. Originally founded in the ’80s by a small troupe in a Canadian village, Cirque du Soleil has grown into an unstoppable purveyor of high-quality entertainment driven by acrobatics, adrenaline, and artistry.
Whether you are coming to Las Vegas this weekend for Spring Break or some fun with the family, we’ll show you the best shows in Vegas this weekend.
Find Adventure With the Family
Cirque du Soleil has long stood out as one of the top entertainment companies in Las Vegas. With a host of new shows on the horizon, including a ton of family-friendly things to do in Las Vegas, it is no surprise that people are flocking to the city.
Let’s start our journey at the Bellagio Hotel & Casino, where the talented team of performers at Cirque du Soleil take the stage on a nightly basis for the engaging O experience. This surreal and artistic experience is a love letter to the world of theater in all of its artistry, utilizing air and ocean to provide entertainment from the ground up. Hovering around the concept of the infinite and utilizing every sense, this show is great for friends and families.
If you want something a little more upbeat for your group, take some time to head to the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino to watch the longest-running Cirque du Soleil show in Las Vegas: Mystere. Featuring action and adventure in spades, Mystere brings viewers on a raucous adventure filled with laughs, goofs, and action.
Finish off your trip to Vegas in style by tackling the Magical Mystery Tour at the Mirage Hotel & Casino. More than 10 million guests have explored this technological wonder, and they’ve all been buoyed by the sights and sounds of The Beatles: LOVE. From soaring 60s classics to technical effects, even kids will be absorbed by this amazing show.
Head to Disney Springs For ‘Drawn to Life
While Cirque du Soleil has long called Las Vegas, its base of operations in the United States, the Canadian entertainment company recently collaborated with the World of Disney on a project titled Drawn to Life. This incredible project features classic Disney artistry paired with the unbeatable acrobatics and live performance art of Cirque du Soleil.
Featuring a riveting storyline told through the studio in Disney Springs, families and friends of all ages will quickly be drawn into Julie’s story as she seeks to find the missing piece of animation to her late father’s final work. Touching and imaginative, there are no better words to describe the collaboration between Disney and Cirque du Soleil.
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