Contest // Win Two Tickets to See Cirque de Soleil’s ‘KURIOS’

Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS is coming to the big top tent at Northlands this summer. It’s a date night worthy performance under the big top, and a place where you’re going to be able to see the magic happen, right in front of your eyes.

From opening night on July 20th, 2017 to the final performance on August 13, 2017, it’s a wonderful way to spend an evening or an afternoon. Plus, it’s affordable. Cirque du Soleil’s KURIOS tickets can be purchased through ticketmaster, for as little as $49.

Contest // Win a Pair of Tickets To Cirque du Soleil’s KURIO

Take your next date night to the next level and see the show under the big top at Northlands. Enter for your chance to win, below. For a bonus entry – leave a comment letting us know you’re favourite Cirque performance.

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22 thoughts on “Contest // Win Two Tickets to See Cirque de Soleil’s ‘KURIOS’

  1. “O”

  2. TORUK – The First Flight

  3. Quidam

  4. Zumanity

  5. Its like VeGas, but Only a Drive away!

  6. I have never been to a cirque performance. Have always Wanted yo go to one, they all sound amazing.

  7. Amaluna

  8. “O” is the best!!!


  10. I have nothing to compare as i have only seen “O” in vegas many years ago

  11. I haven’t been to one yet but this one looks amazing!

  12. I saw ‘O’ in Vegas a few years ago and it was stunning!

  13. Favorite cirque show is “o”. Incredible use of the stage /water and the athleticism of the performers is incredible (although That can be said about all the cirque performances).

  14. Toruk

  15. Totem was the first that me and my (now) wife ever saw. It was the best we have seen so far.

  16. Michael jackson ‘one’

  17. Caught CIrque du soleil’s Ka in vegas and it was brilliant. Magnificent show! Would love to win tickets to kurio sooo much!

  18. The beetles LOVE

  19. “o” WAS FANTASTIC!

  20. Mystère

  21. I’ve only been to toruk, but would love to go to another show!

  22. Dralion! I remember watching it as a 6th grader in my French class, and I was mesmerized by the acrobatics and touched by the storytelling and conveyance of Chinese culture.

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