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Cirque du Soleil is Coming to NJ Next Spring

The new VOLTA is coming to East Rutherford in March.


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Photo courtesy of Patrice Lamoureux

Cirque du Soleil is known worldwide for stunning choreography and dazzling acrobatics. And next March, the new VOLTA show will bring all those elements back to the stage.

Starting March 29, the new big top show will be at Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment in East Rutherford. The show will run on select dates through April 22. 

Photo courtesy of Patrice Lamoureux
 

VOLTA is a show themed around freedom of choice and the importance of choosing one’s own path. The production’s concept was inspired by the culture of action sports.

The story is told through the tale of WAZ, a game show host who’s lost touch with himself on the path to fame. WAZ’s childhood memories enlighten him and put him in contact with FREE SPIRITS who show him his true soul. The production’s dilemma then becomes: will WAZ find himself once again?

Photo credit Benoit Z. Leroux

The kids will be in awe of BMX masters, who’ll invade the stage on bikes, ballerinas, hip hop-inspired rope skipping and fearless acrobats.

Meadowlands Racing and Entertainment is located at 1 Racetrack Dr., East Rutherford. Tickets for VOLTA start at $55. Purchase a family pack of 3 or more tickets for a 20 percent discount. Visit cirquedusoleil.com/volta or call 1-877-924-7783 for details.

 

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