The popular international show Fuerza Bruta is coming to the Las Vegas Strip March. The unique show will take place in a tent outside of at Excalibur for a limited engagement. The dynamic theatrical production will perform 10 shows weekly.
About Fuerza Bruta
Fuerza Bruta is an interactive theater experience similar to some Cirque shows, Absinthe, and Celestia at The Strat. The history and international popularity of Fuerza Bruta make it unlike any other. The show will delight guests senses through music, emotion and kinetic aerial imagery.
It’s not surprising that the principal promoter for Cirque du Soleil and other large-scale production shows in South America and Lebanon is part of the team behind this show.
Fuerza Bruta quickly took the world by storm, performing for more than six million spectators in more than 34 countries and 58 cities since its inception in Buenos Aires in 2003. With incredible visual effects, Fuerza Bruta breaks free of the confines of traditional spoken language and theatrical convention to transport audiences to a parallel reality where emotion takes control.
At every show, Fuerza Bruta guests are brought onto the main stage where they are surrounded in a 360-degree spectacle with performers. Guests will see women twisting in a Lucite pool above and performers suspended in mid-air surrounded by a vast sea of Mylar.
Celebrity guests at Fuerza Bruta shows include Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, Jim Carrey, Bradley Cooper, Leonardo DiCaprio, John Legend, Madonna, Jimmy Page, Kanye West, and Usher. The latter recorded the music video for his hit song “Scream” at the show while he was a guest performer in the New York City production.
Fuerza Bruta Fun Facts
Here are some random, but (mostly) relevant, information about Fuerza Bruta:
- The show takes place inside of a 3,800-square foot tent.
- The tent has 550 lighting features, 50 speakers and a 30 x 50 mylar suspended pool.
- Fuerza Bruta’s tent took five days and 20 people to set up. (It’s also the original Cirque du Soleil tent used by “Nouvelle” at The Mirage).
- 900 liters of water and 800 watts of power are used in each performance.
- More than 11 types of rope are used in Fuerza Bruta.
- Fuerza Bruta features 12 performers, 10 performing ambassadors, and 13 technical staff.
- The show’s running man can reach speeds of up to 15 miles per hour.
- An episode of season 12 of “The Bachelorette” was recorded at Fuerza Bruta in Buenos Aires.
Fuerza Bruta will perform two shows per night from Wednesday through Sunday at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. at Excalibur. The show will be dark Mondays and Tuesdays.
Visit fuerzabrutaglobal.com for videos, pictures, and more information.
Click here to see if discount tickets are available.
Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.