We’re Welcoming Autumn with Scintillating Entertainment!
By Michelle da Silva Richmond
As the world slowly tries to resume its normal pace, we’re here to provide some exciting entertainment for our guests of all ages.
For everyone’s protection, we’ll be taking precautions and for now with celebrations and activity programs being limited to family/friends traveling together to avoid mingling with other guests. When seated, you can remove your masks while in all of our public areas, however, whenever standing, Government mandates require that you use a face covering. In addition, dancing is discouraged and alcoholic beverages must always be accompanied by food.
With that in mind, we’ve created a host of fun-filled activities and evening entertainment for both children and adults. Every evening after dinner we’ll surprise you with a variety of spectacular shows and activities.
On Mondays, starting at 9 p.m. We’ll feature our popular Circus at the Grand Coral Theater. A favorite with kids of all ages, we feature talented acrobats, contortionists and a variety of performers who will treat you to thrilling aerial feats sure to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Tuesdays at 9 p.m. in the Grand Coral Theater you’ll be entertained by the Urban Show with a host of talented street acrobats who combine special effects with technology to bring an amazing array of dances. This is a real treat for Parkour and Break Dance fans!
Wednesdays, the Grand Coral Theater offers Studio 54 evoking the incredible vibe of New York City and an amazing singer and back-up dancers. You’ll be treated to impersonations of some musical legends such as Madonna, Donna Summers and others. Also featured are Las Vegas-style shows such as the 24 K, World Tour, Glow and others, with a cast of professional dancers showcased in a stellar production with special lighting and video effects.
On Thursdays, starting at 9 p.m. the place to be is the Sunset pool where we’ll host Aquatic Artistry where you’ll be treated to a lively spectacle of agile contortionists twisting and turning on a tightrope to live music and dramatic theatrical lighting as a colorful backdrop.
Mexico is a country with roots deeply entrenched in ancient Indigenous and colonial Spanish cultures and we’re preparing for the traditional “Dia de los Muertos” (Day of the Dead) festivities, which coincide with Halloween in the US.