Cirque du Soleil


The intermission is over.

More than a year after the lights fell dark, "Mystere" by Cirque Du Soleil returned to the stage at the Treasure Island Hotel & Casino on Monday. The grand reopening night showcased the first of many upcoming spectacles since the pandemic-prompted shutdown of the entertainment industry in March of last year. The cast of the circus is officially back to performing their talent-packed show featuring high-energy acrobatics, compelling dance numbers, bright costumes, and dynamic lighting.

"It is an incredible moment to see the audience back in our theater again after more than 15 months," said Eric Grilly, SVP Cirque du Soleil Resident Show Division. "The cast and crew are absolutely thrilled to be back on stage in the Entertainment Capital of the World."

In addition to "Mystere," Cirque du Soleil is set to bring "O" to the Bellagio starting on July 1, followed by "Michael Jackson ONE" and "The Beatles LOVE" in August.

The 2021 schedule includes nightly performances Friday through Tuesday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.

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