Cirque du Soleil OVO

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February 2024

OVO,” Cirque du Soleil’s arena show, is a fast-paced, colorful and whimsical kaleidoscope of outstanding artistic perfection. The world of insects with its enormous diversity provides an ironic blueprint for what happens on stage, which is like a nest full of acrobatics and comedy. The large, contrasting crawling in dazzling costumes based on natural shapes and backdrops that form the habitats of a chaotic, diverse ecosystem is wonderful fun for the whole family. “OVO” is coming to Vienna from February 1st to 4th for 7 shows at Stadthalle D.

The audience plunges headfirst into a cosmos teeming with life. Loud, turbulent scenes alternate with quiet, emotional moments. A mysterious, large egg poses a mystery to all actors, artists and clowns with their insect disguises and characters.

“Ovo”, which means egg in Portuguese, is a timeless symbol that runs like a common thread through the spectacle. With all that is crawling and flying, love must of course not be neglected when the formidable ladybird discovers her heart for the lively, strange fly man. And as always with Cirque du Soleil, “OVO” is full of top artistic performances.

About Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group:

Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group is a global leader in live entertainment. In addition to producing world-famous circus arts shows, the company brings its creative approach to a variety of forms of entertainment, such as multimedia productions, immersive experiences and special events. Beyond its various productions, Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group aims to make a positive impact on people, communities and the planet through its core tools - creativity and art. Since its founding in 1984, it has inspired more than 378 million people across 6 continents and 86 countries. The Canadian company now employs more than 4,000 people, including 1,200 artists from 80 different nationalities.

Get your tickets now and experience Cirque du Soleil's arena show live.

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Wiener Stadthalle

 Wiener Stadthalle is an indoor arena , located in the 15th district of Vienna, Austria . It was designed by Austrian architect Roland Rainer and built from 1953 to 1958 . The arena HAS to overall seating capacity of 16,000 people Approximately .

The arena Comprises 6 halls : A and B ( grammar school ), C (ice arena) , D ( main hall , mostly for concerts eg Metallica ), E ( for smaller events eg The Stehaufmandln ) & F ( for more intimate concerts eg Women's World Award). In 1974 , the additional Stadthallenbad , a public swimming pool , which built .

The arena hosts annual tennis tournament at , called Erste Bank Open and the show Holiday On Ice.
Many famous shows and artists played at the Wiener Stadthalle, spanning many different genres of music .

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