Cirque Shanghai: Dragon's Thunder

Cirque ShanghaiGet ready to be amazed! All summer long we have experienced acrobats soaring, motorcycles flipping and the jaws of audience member’s dropping over the vastly raved about Cirque Shanghai – Dragon’s Thunder Circus!

Since last May, Cirque Shanghai has proven once again to be an hour and fifteen minutes of non-stop entertaining fun! Traveling with a troupe of 36 Chinese artists displaying strength, discipline, and concentration, Cirque Shanghai has more than amazed audiences as they flaunt close to impossible, rigorous and awe-inspiring tricks.

Averaging 13 shows a week, it is safe to say the wrath of Cirque Shanghai has been dispersed across Chicago. Audiences and critics alike claim to be “wow-ed” as the performances is being called a “Circus everyone can feel good about” by the Chicago Sun Times and an “Extravaganza of dexterity, stamina, delicacy and brute strength” by Stage and Cinema.

Sadly, the show featuring tumbling, juggling, acrobats and bedazzled costumes is saying Goodbye to Chicago and Navy Pier on September 2nd, 2013. You only have 2 weeks left to witness the magic – so hurry and get your tickets today!

Of course we suggest that you make this performance a whole day of fun with the family at the Pier by booking The Navy Pier Fun Pack! You’ll get to experience Cirque Shanghai, receive a Ferris wheel voucher, a Shoreline Sightseeing Skyline Lake Tour voucher, a $5 Pepsi Skyline Stage Concession voucher, and a voucher for 20% off food at Riva Crab House or City Porch.

Or you can make it a night to remember with The Nightlife or Date Night Package! These both give you a night full of activities for you and a friend or a special someone without hurting the wallet! Check out all the details and pricing for these packages here.

The show is performed on the Pepsi Skyline Stage at Navy Pier. Click here for the show schedule and tickets.

We hope you enjoy the performance!

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