Book your ticket for Cirque du Soleil and Caldea in Andorra

After a two-year hiatus, we’ll once again be able to enjoy a show like the ones we had before! In July, Cirque du Soleil will amaze us with a new production that’s exclusive to Andorra.

Cirque du Soleil returns to Andorra with a bang

As was the case with their last shows before the pandemic, the connecting theme of the extravaganza that Cirque du Soleil is bringing to Andorra this summer is music. This time, they’re resurrecting some of the biggest hits from the last few years.
With MŪV we will once again be thrilled by the breathtaking performances of Cirque du Soleil’s famous acrobatics, combined with entertainment, music and a DJ. The title alone evokes movement and we’ll certainly have a hard time sitting still in our seats. 😉

Find out all the details about MŪV

Here you’ll find everything you need to know about the new Cirque du Soleil show in Andorra, so you can start planning your summer getaway to the principality.
• Dates:
It will run from 2 to 31 July, with shows from Tuesday to Saturday. The performances start at 10 p.m. and last for 1 hour. Just like previous years, there will be pre-show entertainment, so we recommend arriving early to avoid last-minute crowds and to enjoy the show at your leisure.
• Location:
This summer the show has a new location, but it is still in Andorra la Vella, around 300 metres from the former venue. The space will be covered with a capacity for up to 5,000 people.

Caldea plus Cirque du Soleil offer: get ready for summer!

Summer is nearly here and no doubt you’re looking forward to enjoying the best Andorra has to offer. To help you make the most of it, we’ve prepared a super offer that includes Thermoludic or Inúu plus a ticket for MŪV with a reserved and numbered seat.
Bear in mind that there won’t be any free tickets for the show this year, so book before 8 May 2022 and you will get an additional 10% discount.

THERMOLUDIC + MŪV

INÚU + MŪV

This July, come to Andorra and lose yourself in the magic of Cirque du Soleil and Caldea’s thermal waters.

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