- Monday December 31, 2012 - Tuesday January 1, 2013
- Meyer Amphitheater
- Miranda Schlake
- Miranda Schlake
- Contact Phone:
- (941) 552-9952
- Contact Email:
- Ticket Price:
- See Website for Details
It’s the Greatest New Years Eve Ever! Celebrate in Style: “Big Top Dinner Show” Enter the Fabulous Cirque Big Top through the main entrance to one ‘lounge’ where you’ll enjoy cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres prior to entering the Cirque Big Top & seating at your reserved table! The 8 piece Cirque band is playing for dancing or just taking in the atmosphere of the majestic Cirque Big Top soaring 70 feet in the air. Enjoy wine & Champaign along with a sumptuous 3 course dinner served at your table! ENJOY! *Dinner under the fabulous Cirque Big Top *A sumptuous 3 course dinner by Ann Z’s of Palm Beach *Dancing with our 8 piece Cirque band *Cocktails & Hors D’oeuvres prior to dinner in our ‘Lounge Tent’ *CIRQUE-A-LICIOUS! Bizarre! Witty! Fun! A spectacular production with stars of Cirque De Soleil. Dining and Entertainment Schedule: Doors Open at 7:00 PM Dinner is Served at 8:00 to 9:30 PM Show Starts at 9:40 PM 'Cirque Band' for Dancing Before and After Show THE GREATEST NEW YEARS EVE CELEBRATION, EVER! THE COUNTDOWN! THE BAND! A BREATHTAKING BALLOON DROP FROM THE TOP OF THE 70’ HIGH BIG TOP! A CONFETTI BLIZZARD! WELCOME IN 2013 THE RIGHT WAY! All Tables have an excellent view. IT’S SHOWTIME! CIRQUE-A-LICIOUS (Visit http://www.bigtopdinnershow.com for details & VIP Packages)
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