Cirque Du Soleil Toruk Edmonton Tickets
Cirque Du Soleil’s latest production, Toruk – The First Flight has got the entire world talking about it. It is based on James Cameron’s Academy Award winning film, Avatar. The show was created a year ago in 2015 by Michel Lemieux and Victor Pilon. Toruk – The First Flight takes fans to the world of Pandora which is ruled by the Na’vi. It is now embarking on a tour and will soon be performed in Edmonton. If you are in town then grab a pair of Cirque du Soleil Toruk Edmonton tickets in time and enjoy the spectacle live at the Rogers Place.
Cirque du Soleil’s newest show, Toruk – The First Flight has taken the world by storm. You can now watch the spectacle live as it goes on a tour. Book your tickets as soon as possible and enjoy all the stunning performances in person.
Embarking on a new journey
Cirque du Soleil is a Canadian entertainment company that has changed the world of circus by introducing highly innovative shows. Founded by two street performers, Gilles Ste-Croix and Guy Laliberté in 1984, the company has won many accolades including, four Primetime Emmy Awards, three Gemini Awards and three Drama Desk Awards. Cirque du Soleil was also inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was honored with the National Arts Centre Award.
Cirque du Soleil launched its latest production, Toruk – The First Flight in 2015. It is inspired by the Golden Globe Award winning science fiction movie, Avatar which was directed, produced, co-edited and written by James Cameron. The show premiered at the Centre Bell and was written by Victor Pilon and Michel Lemieux.
Enter the world of Pandora
Cirque du Soleil’s Toruk – The First Flight offers a unique experience to the audience. The show takes the fans to the world of Pandora and presents the tale of how two Omaticaya boys join forces with Tsyal to save the Tree of Souls from a natural disaster. Will they be able to save Toruk? There is only way to find out. Get your hands on Cirque du Soleil Toruk Edmonton tickets and watch the show as is performed at the Rogers Place.