…with Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour by Cirque du Soleil, of course!
In 2009, the music world lost an icon like no other. Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, died of cardiac arrest at the young age of 50. It happened during the production of his comeback/farewell tour, This Is It. Aside from the footage filmed during rehearsals, the world lost its final chance to see the icon in action. Cirque du Soleil has given us the chance to experience the presence of greatness once again.
Coming to the Tampa Bay Times Forum, May 20 & 21, 2014, for two shows, Michael will come back to life through a magical spectacle that only Cirque can recreate. Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour has become one of the top 10 grossing music tours of all time. Since its world premiere in Montreal in October 2011, this electrifying production has thrilled audiences across North America, Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, and the Middle East.
If you’re a fan of Michael Jackson, Cirque du Soleil, or entertainment in general, you don’t want to miss this show.
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Thanks for reading and if you don’t have the chance to see the show yourself, be sure to tune in next week when I share my review of the show! Here are five Cirque du Soleil fun facts for you…
- In 1984, 73 people worked for Cirque du Soleil. Today, the business has 5,000 employees worldwide, including more than 1,300 artists.
- At the Montréal International Headquarters alone, there are close to 2,000 employees.
- More than 100 types of occupations can be found at Cirque.
- The company’s employees and artists represent close to 50 nationalities and speak 25 different languages.
- Close to 150 million spectators have seen a Cirque du Soleil show since 1984.