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Cirque du Soleil ECHO is Coming to Gulfstream Park from February 22 to April 7, 2024

Fueled by the power of change, the hope of the youth, and the value of empathy, ECHO follows an inquisitive young woman named FUTURE as she wanders into a fantasy world that explores our sacred bond with animals and nature.

When FUTURE and her best friend the DOG encounter a mysterious CUBE, they quickly learn how their actions have the power to shape this world, and if we come together, we can rebuild our planet to create the world we all want to live in. Cirque du Soleil’s 20th Big Top show brings bold new visuals and a unique aesthetic on tour. Packed with vibrant characters, inspiring music, astounding lights and projections, and never-before-seen acrobatic feats, ECHO invites audiences on a journey through a universe of color, wonder, and infinite possibilities.

This will be Cirque du Soleil’s official return to South Florida since 2019. For the first time, fans will enjoy a spectacular new location against the backdrop of the iconic Pegasus located at 1/ST’s Gulfstream Park. The 11-story bronze Pegasus statue is a symbol of the renowned Gulfstream Park, South Florida’s premiere entertainment destination featuring world-class Thoroughbred horse racing, a casino with Vegas-style slot machines and video tables, and The Village at Gulfstream Park offering destination retailers, signature restaurants, outdoor cafés, and unique entertainment options. It is also the first-ever Big Top show to come to Broward County! The iconic Big Top will be enjoyed by those far and near, in anticipation of ECHO coming to the region.

Ticket Information

Tickets for ECHO are now available online to Club Cirque members. Club Cirque membership is free and benefits include access to advance tickets, special offers and exclusive behind-the-scenes information. To join, go to Tickets for the general public will be available starting on September 25th at

For more information, visit Follow #ECHOCirque and #cirquedusoleil on social media

By ML Staff. Images courtesy of ECHO


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