What happens when you put a dragon and lion together? You get Cirque du Soleil’s latest show Dralion.
The 3,000 year old art of Chinese acrobatics joined forces with Canadian based artistic group, Cirque du Soleil to bring Dralion. The show premieres Thursday at the Valley View Casino Center.
The show’s name, Dralion, represents the fusion of two animals—the dragon representing the east, and a lion from the west. Inspired by eastern philosphy, Dralion hopes to find harmony between humans and nature.
Tickets start at $28 for kids 12 and under and $35 to $85 for adults. The show runs until Nov. 18.
For more ticket information or showtimes visit, Cirquedusoleil.com/dralion.