ATLANTA – Move over, reindeer: horses will be stealing the spotlight this holiday season. Cavalia, the magical, spiritual live stage journey exploring the relationship between horse and man, has extended its run at Atlantic Station through January 3, 2010. Cavalia, which opened in Atlanta on October 27, will play beneath snow-capped white tents this winter as acrobats and stallions weave the story that has captivated audiences around the world for six years. If you haven’t seen this unforgettable spectacler treat yet, it’s not too late. All priced seats have an unobstructed view of the giant stage.
Five weeks of sold-out performances and more than 60,000 tickets sold led producers to extend the show for another five weeks and delay Cavalia’s next tour stop in Miami to mid-January, filling the continued demand in the market. Atlanta’s welcoming southern charm has encouraged Cavalia to stay and experience seasonal bliss allowing locals the opportunity to see the show during the holidays.. Cavalia tickets make the perfect gift, and the show is a spectacular experience to share with family members of all ages. The new December performance dates, run from November 30-January 3 with a week-long break December 7-15, will fill quickly as eager Atlantans plan happy holidays for their families at the show WSB-TV calls “An unforgettable spectacle!”
Cavalia-mania has been sweeping Atlanta since the show’s October opening, and critics have embraced its astounding blend of mysticism, athleticism, and performance art. Access Atlanta raves, “The equine and the acrobatic entwine to form something that we the jaded, who sometimes feel there’s nothing new under the soleil, have never quite seen before,” while MixtapeAtlanta says, “Cavalia is spellbinding, spanning the history of human/horse interaction, from cave drawings to the Old West, evoking everything from ancient Rome to The Lord of the Rings’ Rohirrim in between.”
Cavalia’s family-friendly nature makes the show a perfect activity during the winter break, so families city-wide are bundling up and keeping warm under Cavalia’s white tents. West Cobb Magazine exclaims, “Cavalia is not just a show for horse lovers. It is a mesmerizing spectacular designed to entertain audiences of all ages and backgrounds.” Families should grab tickets before it is too late to see the show of the season.
TICKETS – Regular tickets are priced from $34 to $109. And, if just sitting in the stands is not enough for you, the show can be customized for the complete VIP experience from $99 to $199, including a Horse Lovers Package that lets patrons tour Cavalia’s stables, and the Rendez-Vous Package that includes a tour of the stables, a cocktail/dinner reception and much more. Special pricing is available for children, students, and seniors. Thursday and Friday’s performances will have weekend pricing.
SHOWTIMES – During Cavalia’s Atlanta run, there will be nightly shows except Mondays, matinee and evening shows on Saturdays and early shows on Sundays. Thanksgiving week, performances will run as regularly scheduled, with an added matinee performance at 3 pm on Friday, November 27, 2009. Performances will play regularly from November 30-December 6, stop for a winter break from December 7-14, and return to normal December 15-January 3, 2010. For more information, a detailed list of show dates and reservations, call 1-866-999-8111 or visit Cavalia.net.WHAT: Cavalia WHEN: November 30 –January 3, 2010 *(Week break December 7-15,2009) WHERE: White Big Top in Atlantic Station COST: Regular tickets range from $34 to $109 (All seats have a clear view) MORE INFO: www.cavalia.net