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Cirque du Soleil big top show "Amaluna" is performing at the Taylor Street Bridge (E Lot) in San Jose into February, and tickets are now $15 off.

The following price points are available:

  • Price Level 3 …. $50 (reg. $65)
  • Price Level 2 … $70 (reg. $85)
  • Price Level 1 … $85 (reg. $100)

Choose from the following 8 p.m. performances:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 28
  • Wednesday, Jan. 29
  • Thursday, Jan. 30
  • Tuesday, Feb. 4
  • Wednesday, Feb. 5
  • Thursday, Feb. 6
  • Thursday, Feb. 13
  • Thursday, Feb. 20
  • Wednesday, Feb. 26

Children's tickets (ages 2-12) are also available for $10 less. 

Loosely based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and featuring a mostly female cast, "Amaluna" honors femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance. Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus lends her artistic expertise to the acrobatic story, called a "gorgeous new fantasia" by The Seattle Times.

‘Amaluna’ by Cirque du Soleil in San Jose,
$$50 Select shows Jan. 28 - Feb. 26

$50 -- ‘Amaluna’ by Cirque du Soleil in San Jose, Reg. $65*

Sold out - This deal was published January 23, 2014 and sold out February 26, 2014
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By Travelzoo Staff

Cirque du Soleil big top show "Amaluna" is performing at the Taylor Street Bridge (E Lot) in San Jose into February, and tickets are now $15 off.

The following price points are available:

  • Price Level 3 …. $50 (reg. $65)
  • Price Level 2 … $70 (reg. $85)
  • Price Level 1 … $85 (reg. $100)

Choose from the following 8 p.m. performances:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 28
  • Wednesday, Jan. 29
  • Thursday, Jan. 30
  • Tuesday, Feb. 4
  • Wednesday, Feb. 5
  • Thursday, Feb. 6
  • Thursday, Feb. 13
  • Thursday, Feb. 20
  • Wednesday, Feb. 26

Children's tickets (ages 2-12) are also available for $10 less. 

Loosely based on Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and featuring a mostly female cast, "Amaluna" honors femininity, renewal, rebirth and balance. Tony Award-winning director Diane Paulus lends her artistic expertise to the acrobatic story, called a "gorgeous new fantasia" by The Seattle Times.

Book by Feb. 26.
 
*Terms/Conditions:
Restrictions may apply. Subject to availability. This is a date-specific event; no refunds or exchanges.