If you’ve been to a Cirque du Soleil show, you NEED to go to Kurios in Denver!!!
Your jaw will be open the whole time you’re there watching the amazing acrobats, contortionists, and juggler!! Just when you think that you have seen your favorite act, another comes out and tops it! My 7 year old boy who is always my gage for intensity/interest was in awe the whole show. He is easily distracted like most kids, but this was a show that continuously held his attention. This show convinced him that this is what he is to do when he gets older! LOL!
We went to the rehearsal the day prior to the show and were able to see the performers in their normal clothing without makeup. We saw 2 acts rehearse and learned some about the performers. When their act came out at the show, the boys were so very excited with the happiest lit up faces ever. We saw the juggler during the rehearsal as well although we didn’t see him rehearse. He was so kind to take a picture with the boys. It completely made their day! Gabriel, the juggler, is so very talented so when the boys watched him in action, they couldn’t stop saying how much they want to juggle!
Photo Credit: Kurios Facebook Page
I highly recommend going to the Cirque Du Soleil’s Kurios show in Denver. It’s a show that you can take your whole family. They will be laughing right with you and they will be interested in the show as there is so much to look at and take in. Go with your family or go on a date night with your favorite person! It’s a full evening well worth the ticket price. It’s under a tent which provides an intimate setting that makes the performance that much more spectacular (Pepsi Center’s parking lot).
When you go, please come back and tell me if I was right or if I was wrong about how amazeballs this show is. I want to promise you that you won’t be disappointed, but that would be very pretentious. You seriously will be telling all of your friends about how awesome it was!
** Disclaimer: I was provided tickets to Cirque Du Soleil in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.