Cirque Du Soleil has announced it will open a theme park in Mexico.
The new attraction will be situated near Puerto Vallarta, in Nuevo Vallarta. It will feature performers in separate areas, called Village of the Sun and Village of the Moon, along with nightly shows for thousands of spectators.
It’s also likely to include a water park with natural elements.
Other details are scant, but Cirque Du Soleil founder Guy Laliberte promises it will be “something unlike anything the world has seen before,” according to a news release.
Construction is expected to be complete by 2018. The theme park will be the first created by the company, based in Canada.
In related news, Cirque Du Soleil recently announced a partnership with Club Med — Creactive by Cirque Du Soleil at Club Med Punta Canta.
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