Chinese version of ‘Cavalia’ equestrian show begins ticket sales

Source:Global Times Published: 2016-3-17 20:03:01

The Chinese version of equestrian show Cavalia has started to sell tickets to its debut show at Chaoyang Park in Beijing on April 28, according to a press conference held by event organizer SINOCAP on Wednesday.

The show, presented by the original team of the Canadian version, is now available on various ticket sites in China and prices run from 120 to 1,980 yuan ($18-$304), Chen Zesheng, SINOCAP CEO, told media at the press conference.

 The Chinese edition, Cavalia Wuma (horse dance) will feature a mixture of equestrian performances, acrobatics and dance on a multimedia stage with special effects and live music.

Chinese director and actor Zhang Guoli also attended the press conference Wednesday. He auctioned off the first ticket for the performance to raise money for children suffering from congenital heart disease.

The original version of the show has been staged in 70 cities across the world reaching over 6 million people. Having once seen the show in Canada, Zhang explained that he was very happy it was coming to Bejing so that he wouldn't have to travel too far to see it again.

Two free shows for female audiences will be held before the debut shows on April 26 and 27.

SINOCAP and Uplady, an online women's forum, will offer women chances to win tickets to the free shows on WeChat.



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