Saddle Up! 'Cavalia' Gallops into San Diego

A spectacular show traveled the world and is making a stop in San Diego.

This isn’t your traditional horse show. Imagine a stage full of horses, combined with acrobatics and live music, creating a celebration of humans and animals. 

It may seem like a dream but Cavalia, which is premiering in San Diego on Tuesday, is a multimedia show exploring the relationship between human and horse.

“Whether you are or aren’t a horseman, it’s impossible not to enjoy these mystical creatures,” said artistic director Norman Latourelle. “With such a large equestrian community throughout San Diego, we are thrilled to be back.”

Latourelle, co-founder of Cirque du Soleil, said he is eager to return to San Diego since Cavalia’s last visit in 2004.

Cavalia will be at 1020 Imperial Ave., San Diego under the signature White Big Top. The show runs into December. Tickets start at $39.50.

For showtimes and more information, visit cavalia.net or call 866-999-8111.

Cathy Brown November 13, 2012 at 05:59 PM
The cast members are in fact staying in Coronado at the Shores. Since they are supporting our local economy by staying and eating in our fair city, I would encourage all to return the favor and attend this magnificent show. You will not be disappointed


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