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Cirque De La Symphonie

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Imagine the magic of some of the best cirque artists in the world performing on the same stage with a full symphony orchestra. This is the experience of Cirque de la Symphonie. Audiences everywhere are thrilled as aerialists fly overhead and acrobatic feats are performed to classical masterpieces and memorable contemporary music.

The concert is happening on December 14th starting at 8:00p.m.  This is going to be a really unique performance so be sure to head on out!

The performance is happening at the Memorial Auditorium located at 1300 7th Street.  Tickets range from $25-$30, but if you are a student it will only cost you $5.     

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