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When was the last time you felt that childish excitement bubbling away inside of you? For me, it’s every time I think about going to see the latest Cirque du Soleil show, LUZIA.

2024 marks the 25th year that Cirque du Soleil has shared it’s magic with Australia, and the joy it brings with it never dims — and their critically acclaimed production LUZIA proves that!

Taking place in the big top at the Adelaide Showgrounds from 9 June – 7 July, LUZIA invites the audience into an imaginary version of Mexico, where dreams and reality merge together. The show is visually stunning, creating the perfect backdrop for the real magic to take place on stage as the performers move between a dance hall, an arid dessert, and all the way to the ocean. A trip to Mexico that you don’t need to book annual leave for? We’re in!

Now over to the performers — oh, the performers! Cirque du Soleil have a well-deserved reputation for bringing  traditional and contemporary circus disciplines to a whole new level. And this time around, they’re even bringing in some water skills! That’s right, for the first time Cirque du Soleil have incorporated rain into their acrobatic and artistic scenes, bringing an added element of skill and wow-factor.

Aerial trapeze, hoop diving, contortionists, jugglers, and performers defying the laws of gravity. It’s a spectacle that needs to be seen to be believed — and you best believe that we’re ready to see it! You’ll be on the edge of your seat as you watch some of the most highly skilled performers achieve the impossible, and appear almost effortless doing so.

Since Cirque du Soleil’s creation in 1984, more than 400 million people have been inspired on 6 continents and 86 countries. Have you always wanted to be one of the lucky ones? This is your chance! Grab yourself and your family tickets to see LUZIA in July at the Adelaide Showgrounds. Tickets are still available HERE.


Millie Looker

Millie Looker

Writer, Content Creator, Events Manager and Operations sensation, she’s the backbone to ensuring Adelady runs like clockwork.

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