The park will be located in Nuevo Vallarta, a resort town near the larger Puerto Vallarta. It will be eveloped with theme park operator Grupo Vidanta and construction is expected to finish in 2018.
“Each experience within the entertainment park will be animated by Cirque du Soleil artists and follow a common storyline,” Cirque du Soleil and Grupo Vidanta said in a statement.
Beyond that, the details are sketchy for the moment. The theme park “may” include a water park and nature park, and an evening entertainment venue for 3,000 to 5,000 people.
But the conceptual designs are sweet — the sort of eye-catching and whimsical aesthetics we’ve come to expect from Cirque du Soleil.
Photo rendering shows Cirque du Soleil’s plans for a “immersive theme park experience” in Mexico. The Montreal-based circus is partnering with resort developer Grupo Vidanta to build one in Nuevo Vallarta. (© Cirque du Soleil)