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Friday, December 21, 2012

Give Teens and Tweens an Experiential Holiday Gift They'll Never Forget

Still stuck on what to get your tween and teen grandchildren for the holidays? Why not give them the gift of Cirque Éloize | iD. Take your whole family to see this innovative experience at the Merriam Theater in Philadelphia the week after Christmas. The new Cirque is full of up to date moves and music sure to appeal to tweens and teens. (and adults alike)

This Cirque show is full of music and moves your grand kids will be familiar with because the show sports the looks of break dancing and the X Games. iD shows off Cirque Eloize's reputation as one of the foremost theatre circus acts combining music, dance, and theatre.

Cirque Éloize | iD will be at the Merriam Theatre in Philadelphia Wednesday, December 26 - Sunday, December 30, 2012. Some dates have matinees as well as evening performances.

These are the perfect tickets to get for tweens and teens when you don't want to buy them some electronic gadget or game but want a family friendly gift where the whole family can go together, Cirque Eloize is it. Tickets are available, priced from $25-$65 so it is possible to take the everyone.

Montreal-based Cirque Eloize has seven productions and has presented them in more then 3,000 performances in 375 cities and 30 countries worldwide. They recently formed a strategic partnership with Cirque du Soleil that will help Cirque Eloize further enhance their presence on the world stage of theater circus productions. So look for Cirque Eloize to come back year after year with a new production.

Take time to buy those tickets today. While the soundtrack may not be your personal favorite, it is sure to be a hit with the grand kids (and even your kids.) And shopping from your seat and not on your feet is so much easier!

**The writer received tickets to see Cirque Eloize iD as compensation for writing this post. The content was not influenced by said tickets and opinions are my own.


  1. We went on Thursday - I took my 3 older kids (10, 8, and 6 actually) and they LOVED it as did I! Great show and great opportunity to show them Philly all lit up!

  2. It was such a great show, I was expecting the kids to enjoy it more than I did, but I was just as entranced as they were! Thanks for commenting.