Cirque du Soleil Indefinitely Postpones Previews for “Drawn to Life” at Disney Springs

Cirque du Soleil

This week, there has been a lot of change happening at The Walt Disney Company. After Disney Parks closed around the world, fans have flocked to any possible Disney outlet for their dose of pixie dust. Yesterday, Disney Springs officially closed to the public which means that the normal operations have halted. Today, Disney announced that the Cirque du Soleil show “Drawn to Life” is officially postponing previews to an unknown date.

“Drawn to Life” is a unique show that brings the magic of animation to Disney fans like never before. This live acrobatic show is set to begin its residency at Disney Springs in Orlando beginning April 17, 2020. It is currently unknown if the current closure of Disney Springs will affect the opening date of the show.

Many fans have already purchased tickets for a special annual passholder preview. Cirque du Soleil has announced that anyone who has already purchased tickets for the canceled preview will be contacted to neither refund or reschedule the tickets. Be sure to follow DAPS MAGIC for all the news on when the previews are moved to!

Are you excited to see “Drawn to Life” when it officially opens at Disney Springs later this Spring? Be sure to connect with us on Twitter and Facebook to let us know what you think!

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Caitie Bear

Caitie Bear

Caitie Bear originally came to DAPS MAGIC through GEEKS CORNER and coffee. She soon became the resident coffee consultant for special segments before finding herself joining the GEEKS CORNER team. She is now the co-host for the web show and has loved the opportunity to share the magic with other Disney fans. Caitie loves covering anything food or Disney Fairy Tale Weddings!






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