Palace Resorts Partners With Cirque Dreams

Palace Resorts, which has properties throughout Mexico and the Caribbean, recently announced a partnership with Cirque Dreams to offer a limited engagement of the popular Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy this summer at the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in Cancun.

From June 29 to August 5, Palace Resorts will offer guests complimentary tickets to the performance.

Created and directed by renown theatrical and circus impresario Neil Goldberg, Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy is an exotic encounter inspired by nature’s unpredictable creations that are brought to life by an international cast of soaring aerialists, contortionists, acrobats, jugglers and musicians.

The feats performed in this action-packed performance are enhanced with spectacular costumes nominated for an American Theatre Wing Best Costume Design Award.

The journey comes to life in a jungle setting filled with flowers, magical trees and a variety of special effects.

Presented under a giant, air-conditioned tent being set up exclusively for the presentation of Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy, the big top is equipped with special rigging and dramatic lighting.

Palace Resorts guests who book at Moon Palace for five nights receive two complimentary tickets to the performance, while those who book seven nights or more in an Oceanview room category or above will receive up to three tickets.

All other Palace Resorts guests staying at the nearby Beach Palace, Sun Palace, Playacar Palace and Le Blanc will be able to purchase tickets and also receive priority transportation to and from Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort, as well as priority access to their seats.

Visit www.palaceresorts.com.

 

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