Gaylord Resort and Convention Center presents "Cheval"

By Staff
The summer's "mane event" in Nashville
Cheval, an extraordinary new equestrian extravaganza under the world's largest hand-painted Big Top tent, will play a limited, six-week engagement at Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center beginning July 31 through Sept. 15.
Cheval is an integration of the amazing capabilities of horses and the artistry of humans, creating a theatrical event of unrivaled beauty. More than 30 horses of 15 distinct breeds perform in an intimate 46-foot center ring, demonstrating unimagined movements that are at once daring and dramatic. An international ensemble of 30 acrobats, actors, musicians, dancers and trainers guides the animals. An evocative musical score and original songs, costumes and dramatic lighting combine to make Cheval a unique and memorable evening.
Tickets for Cheval are now on sale and may be purchased by phoning the Admission Network (toll free) at 1-800-361-4595 or 1-877-528-0777 and online at www.admission.com. Tickets may also be obtained in person at all Ticketmaster ticket center locations.
Also available now are special Cheval vacation packages with overnight accommodations ranging from one to three nights at either Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center or the Radison Opryland Hotel, and include prime seat locations for Cheval.
Cheval premiered in Montreal, Canada, and is now on a three-year North American tour. The Nashville engagement is the show's southeastern premiere.
Show times:
Friday – 8 p.m.
Saturday – 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday – 2 p.m. and 6 p.m.
Two special Monday evening shows will be offered on Sept. 2 and Sept. 9 at 8 p.m. There are no performances on Tuesday, Sept. 3, or Wednesday, Sept. 11.
Gold Circle seats are $65; with Tier 1 locations priced at $56 for adults, $51 for seniors and $35 for children. Tier 2 locations are priced at $44 for adults, $39 for seniors and $31 for children.
For more information on Cheval, visit www.chevaltheatre.com

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