Cirque du Soleil dazzles the audience with its latest show “VOLTA,” at Marymoor Park. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Cirque du Soleil dazzles the audience with its latest show “VOLTA,” at Marymoor Park. Madison Miller/staff photo.

Cirque du Soleil premieres ‘VOLTA’ in Redmond

The show premiered Sept. 7 and will conclude Nov. 4.

Cirque du Soleil dazzles the audience with its latest show, “VOLTA,” at Marymoor Park. The show premiered Sept. 7 under its iconic Big Top at Marymoor Park. With this new creation, the entertainment group is once again pushing the boundaries of circus arts by integrating high-adrenaline street sport disciplines, as well as electronic music created by international composer and musical director Anthony Gonzalez, from the group M83. VOLTA will be presented at Marymoor Park until Nov. 4. Madison Miller/staff photo

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