After five years, Cirque du Soleil returns to Argentina, with one of its most successful shows: Bazaaran eclectic show full of stunts, dancers, lights and music that marks the return of the Circus to its roots.
The company founded in 1984 by Gilles Ste-Croix and Guy Laliberté is on tour in Latin America and after performing with great success in Brazil and Chile, will make its last stop in the city of Bogotá before arriving in Buenos Aires.
Bazaar will come to Argentina as one of the most impressive shows in Cirque du Soleil history, ever since has the participation of 35 artists from 23 countries. the production will be handled by Fenix Entertainment, the global entertainment company.
The premiere is scheduled for June 23 at the Costanera Sur property in the city of Buenos Aires. It is on the bill for two weeks, with daily performances from Tuesday to Sunday.
The return to Argentina
Regarding the return of Cirque Du Soleil, Franck Hanselman, Director of Bazaar he assured “It will be a great pleasure to return to Argentina after five years, we look forward to receiving the warm reactions and applause to which the public has accustomed us every time we visit Buenos Aires”.
And as for the significance of the show itself, he added, “To fans of the show I can tease you Bazaar it’s an incredible show, with a very different group of acts, that will amaze the family, as it is designed for all ages”.
In line with Hanselman, Sebastián Bulgheroni, director of Fénix Entertainment, described: “Bazaar It’s a show for the whole family, just the way it is joyful, spontaneous and surprising. It is a group of acrobats, dancers and musicians, led by a teacher, who come together to shape an extravagant and unique universe”.
Advance ticket sales for Bazaar will be available online for Banco Galicia customers with VISA credit cards from Monday 27 February with a 20% savings and 6 interest-free installments.
The general sale of tickets will be available from Thursday 2 March on www.entradauno.com and Banco Galicia customers with a Visa credit card will be able to purchase their tickets in 6 installments without interest.
Cirque du Soleil defines Bazaar like an eclectic laboratory of infinite creativity, where a joyful group of acrobats, dancers and musicians create an evocative show. Guided by their teacher, they come together to invent a unique and whimsical universe in a place where the unexpected is expectedthe colorful group imagine, build and invent vibrant scenes in an artistic and acrobatic game.
After Bazzar, which can be seen in June, another Cirque du Soleil show will be seen in Buenos Aires. Regard Messi10, the show inspired by Lionel Messi, the captain of the Argentina national team. Premiered in Barcelona in 2019, the pandemic prevented its arrival in Buenos Aires.
But now – with the logical adaptations, given that Messi left Barcelona and also emerged as world champion in Qatar 2002 – he will arrive in October of this year, still without a definite location.
Charles Hurd is an entertainment journalist for News Rebeat. He brings a fresh and engaging voice to the world of pop culture, covering the latest developments in film, television, music, and more.