Coming this weekend to Denver is the Cirque du Soleil performing Cirque Kurios. Bringing in a whole new show, Cirque du Soleil found inspiration for their new show through the late 19th century.C
Introducing their 35th production, the Cirque performs using inspiration from rail roads and new travel methods that stemmed from the late 19th century. During the 19th century, the industrial revelation begin to grow, changing the world forever. This amazing era is what Cirque du Soleil hopes to mirror through their performance at the Pepsi center.
Performing dangerous and jaw dropping stunts, the performers create their own original stunts to perform on tour.
This show will actually be directed by Cirque veteran Michel Laprise who has worked with Madonna, helping her before the performance at the Super Bowl in 2012.
The first night of the show was June 12 and will have booking until July 26 so there is plenty of time to go see it! The show lasts about two hours and 10 minutes with the 25 minute intermissions. Ticket prices range from around 70 dollars to over 100.