Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular comes to Abbotsford Centre

Show on Dec. 6 features appearance by Fraser Valley Academy of Dance

Members of the Fraser Valley Academy of Dance perform during the Cirque Musica show this Sunday at Abbotsford Centre.

The Cirque Musica Holiday Spectacular comes to the Abbotsford Centre on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m.

The show includes an appearance by members of the Fraser Valley Academy of Dance (FVAD), who will perform excerpts from their annual Nutcracker ballet, including Snowflakes, Candy Canes and the Sugar Plum Fairy, accompanied by a live orchestra.

Ten per cent of ticket sales from the Cirque Musica show will be donated to the FVAD toward their scholarship fund.

The show is a concert and visual experience for the entire family, blending the spell-binding grace and dare-devil athleticism of today’s greatest circus performers with the sensory majesty of the greatest holiday music of all time.

Cirque Musica features top circus performers from around the world, including the world-famous Wallenda Duo, the thrilling España Family, and a cast of world-renowned performers, singers, and musicians.

Tickets are available online at abbotsfordcentre.ca or ticketmaster.ca, at the centre box office or by calling 1-855-985-5000. For more information, visit CirqueMusica.com.

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