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Cirque du Soleil Theme Park Unveils Even More Artwork

We’ve covered the Cirque du Soleil theme park since it was first announced here at Theme Park University. The new groundbreaking extravaganza will be open in 2018, but slowly artwork continues to leak out. This place is jaw dropping. The water park will open with the first phase of the Cirque du Soleil theme park.

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Vidanta Reveals New Artwork for Cirque du Soleil Park

Oh man. Slowly but surely, we are being spoon-fed small amounts of artwork for the new Cirque du Soleil park being built in Mexico. And it’s oh-so-tasty. The park continues to evolve and change as they get closer to vertical construction. It seems that the water park will be the focus of phase one and

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JOYA Opens As Cirque Du Soleil’s First Immersive Dinner Show

. Before you start thinking that JOYA is another typical Cirque du Soleil show you can see in other cities, like Las Vegas, think again. JOYA has many firsts including being set in a remote location in the Mexican jungle. During construction of the JOYA site, trees, rare plants and animals were all displaced. To better

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Mexico Will Be Home To World’s First Cirque Du Soleil Theme Park In 2018

If there was ever a time to be a theme park fan, it’s right now. With so many amazing projects happening around the globe, I can’t even begin to take it all in lately. Then today the announcement finally happened that very well could be a game changer for the entire industry. IN 2018, Mexico

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Cirque Du Soliel To Open Joya – First Immersive Theater Show

Cirque Du Soleil has been known for stunning theater shows since the theater troupe began performing out of Quebec in 1980. While you can always describe a Cirque show as spectacle, jaw dropping and breath taking, immersive wasn’t entirely accurate… until now. JOYA is derived from a Spanish word, meaning jewel or pearl, which also

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