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‘La Nouba’ offers summer/fall discount to Florida folks

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In the dead of summer, what better to perk you up than a discount to La Nouba? Once again, Cirque du Soleil is offering the popular discount to Florida residents, beginning today and running through Oct. 29.

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Cirque pledges money to Dr. Phillips Center

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts has received another pledge — this one for $250,000 from Cirque du Soleil.

Here’s the official word:

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‘La Nouba’ offers a new deal

It’s the dead of August, and Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba is offering a good deal for Florida residents. Here you go:

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It’s Red Chair time (does that mean it’s almost fall?)

With the Red Chair Affair almost upon us, the 2010-2011 arts season can’t be far behind.

But right now is time for you to get your tickets to Red Chair, a preview to some of the best that the Orlando arts season will have to offer. And it’s time to bid on a red chair for your very own self, to help raise money for the Arts & Cultural Alliance, will provides support for, you guessed it, local arts and culture.

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‘La Nouba’ wants you there for New Year’s Eve

Cirque du Soleil’s La Nouba wants to sell you a ticket for New Year’s Eve — and there’ll be a limited-edition La Nouba trading pin for you if you go.

People who are into trading pins — available for Disney, the Olympics and a host of other events and attractions — may want to start collecting their Cirque pins. This year’s is the second made available through Cirque.

New Year’s tickets for La Nouba range from $67 to $133 for adults and $54 to $109 for kids 3-9, I just saw the show again earlier this year, and I can attest to the fact that it’s as eye-popping as ever.

Read on for the official press release:

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‘La Nouba’ deal for Florida types

For the next couple of months you can get a good deal on seats at La Nouba if you’re a Florida resident (and I have to add that I was there again in February and it’s still an amazing show).

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