Next Thursday June 25 to Sunday July 12 , the Canadian based entertainment company “Cirque du Soleil” will offer 16 performances of their show “Corteo”, at the parking lot of “Coliseo Yucatán”.
The presentations will be from Wednesday to Sunday, some days at 5 and 9 pm; others, only one of these two times.
Tickets for the seven sections of the show with capacity for 2,771 people, will be available in pre-sale for Santander credit card holders, with 10% discount and monthly payments.
Prices for pre-sale are already available at the www.eticket.mx webpage, though, as it was previously announced, tickets have to be purchased before Monday April 27th. The rates, already include the service charge discount for Santander customers.
Merida will be the first city in Mexico where the Cirque du Soleil will perform. Afterwards, they will also offer presentations in Guadalajara, Monterrey and Mexico City.
In addition to the “eticket” website, tickets can be purchased at outlets on Prolongación Paseo de Montejo Norte, “Farmacias del Ahorro”, “Chapur” and the “Coliseo Yucatán”.
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