Cavalia In St Louis March 21 – April 1

Horse lovers are gathering in St Louis this month, starting with the equestrian extravaganza, Cavalia.

St Louis is the only location where Cavalia is performed in the midwest.

Critically acclaimed, Cavalia is created by one of the original founders of Cirque du Soleil. Starring 45 magnificent horses, 38 riders, aerialists, acrobats and musicians from around the globe. This magical theatrical production is an encounter between human and horse.

“Cavalia is presented beneath its signature White Big Top that rises across from Busch Stadium in downtown St. Louis. The huge performance tent has space for the horses to gallop at full speed, often completely free. Multi-media backgrounds draw spectators into a dream-like virtual environment while the horses and human artists perform,” according to Donna Andrews at the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission

Details – Begins March 21 and runs through April 1. St. Louis is the only Midwest and Mid-South venue for Cavalia during 2012. Tickets to Cavalia are available by calling 1-866-999-8111. Special pricing is available for groups, children and seniors.
Busch Stadium is in downtown St. Louis at 7th and Cerre streets.

Travel Tip – St. Louis is the only Midwest and Mid-South venue for Cavalia during 2012. So, buy tickets and make your hotel reservations early.

A number of St. Louis hotels will be offering special Cavalia room rates and packages. A special 20% discount off room rates for Cavalia ticket holders are available at The Cheshire, The Holiday Inn Forest Park, and the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark.

Cavalia video

More Famous St Louis Horses

  • The horse is honored at the Museum of Westward Expansion at St. Louis’ Gateway Arch. See a true Appaloosa, 14 hands-high with those distinctive spots. Sure footed and fast, this good natured breed was in demand by both Native Americans and cowboys. The museum is open daily.
  • See St. Louis’ most famous horse bearing the city’s namesake, King Louis IX of France standing in front of the entrance to the Saint Louis Art Museum. Inside, discover art works depicting the beauty and bravery of horses throughout the ages. The Saint Louis Art Museum, in Forest Park, is open daily, except Mondays.

For information on equine attractions and things to see and do in St. Louis, call the St. Louis Convention & Visitors Commission at 1-800-916-0040.


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