Catch ‘Kurios’ Thrills with Savings for Boston Shows at TicketsatWork

Boston residents, now’s the time to book your KURIOS tickets for less at TicketsatWork.com!

“KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities,” Cirque du Soleil’s 35th production, has been wowing audiences coast to coast since its debut last year.

Continuing its run of shows under the famous blue-and-yellow Big Top at Suffolk Downs in Boston, Cirque du Soleil’s “Kurios” continues to make longtime Cirque fans very happy, while finding new admirers young and old with each performance.

TicketsatWork.com is featuring a superb ticket deal for Cirque’s ambitious production in Boston: Save up to 40% on select performances!

For visitors to the great city of Boston, plus locals looking for an afternoon or evening of fun, “Kurios” is an ideal entertainment option for the whole family.

Set to a toe-tapping, 30s-era jazz score, and featuring a beautiful set design and exciting costumes, “Kurios” is a clever tale in which time comes to a complete stop, transporting the audience inside a fantasy world where everything is possible.

The name of the show refers to the humble and strange characters that inhabit the Seeker’s Cabinet of Curiosities. “Kurios” is an inspired blend of unusual curiosity acts and stunning acrobatic prowess from Cirque du Soleil.

Powered by a talented troupe of artist-athletes, “Kurios” delivers memorable thrills start to finish – jugglers, trapeze artists, tumblers and aerial acts perform in impressively choreographed and fast-paced routines.

The gracefully produced show is an incredible, theatrical presentation that wows the imagination – and further highlights Cirque du Soleil‘s creative innovation. It’s more visual proof of a team constantly striving for inventiveness and artistic expression.

Connect with TicketsatWork.com today for great ticket deals; enjoy “Kurios” in Boston before the circus packs up the Big Tent.

*Cirque du Soleil – ‘KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities’
111 Waldermar Ave.
Boston, MA 02128

Running time: About two hours, 20 minutes with intermission

By: Jeff Hyatt

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