La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil Will Host Its Final Disney Springs Performance This December

Darcy Clark

by , Disney Springs Marketing Manager

With over 8,500 performances to date, La Nouba by Cirque du Soleil has been a Disney Springs staple for nearly twenty years. Since its inception in late 1998, the show has welcomed many new acts; the most recent additions include a duo of comedic clowns followed by a troupe of world-famous break dancers and a real-life couple skilled in the rarely-seen art of aerial bamboo. La Nouba has been seen by over 10 million guests and will continue to dazzle audiences with its breathtaking blend of daring acrobatics and dazzling choreography through 2017, with a final performance scheduled to take place on December 31, 2017.

With ten months to take in a show, you still have plenty of time to be mesmerized by the artistry of the talented La Nouba team. For additional details, including current offers, or to purchase tickets, click here or call 407-939-7600.

“We are incredibly proud of the success that La Nouba has had for nearly two decades,” said Jerry Nadal, Senior Vice President of the Resident Shows Division for Cirque du Soleil. “We want to thank Walt Disney World Resort for a wonderful relationship over the years. We look forward to announcing what’s next for Cirque du Soleil.”

Wondering what’s next? Given Disney’s strong relationship with Cirque du Soleil over the years, we may soon have news to share about exciting new entertainment coming to Disney Springs so stay tuned to the Disney Parks Blog.


  • Happy to hear there may be something new coming. We love a Disney and Cirque!

  • OVO – will perform at Disney?

  • Congrats to the cast on a spectacular run!

  • I am hoping that maybe Disney and Cirque du soleil would have retired one show only to bring a new fresh show to Disney Springs. I am very sad to see this partnership come to an end.

  • The show was consistently excellent through its whole run! We got the chance to see it again a few months ago and, as expected, it didn’t disappoint! Sad to hear its leaving, but hopeful its replacement is on par with La Nouba. Congrats to the cast on a spectacular run!!!

  • I was saddened to read this post, but I am optimistic on what future show Disney Springs might be announcing. I was there on opening day for La Nouba and have seen the show many, many times. It continues to be one of my favorites and we were fortunate to have entertainment of this caliber at WDW. I have seen most of Cirque’s shows in Las Vegas and all the touring shows that have visited Florida, and La Nouba ranks right up there, with a special place in my heart. I was so impressed with it, that the show’s name has been my license plate for several cars I have owned. I am sure whatever Cirque has in the works with WDW will be just as amazing. Thank you for entertaining me over the years and inspiring me with the wonderful music and visual artistry that makes Cirque du Soleil an innovator in performance art.

  • I am heartbroken. I have seen this show at least 10 times. My last 2 visits to WDW, the people I was with didnt want to see it. so i was hoping to see it next year on my next trip.
    CONGRATS TO THE CAST OF LA NOUBA… one of the most talented group of performers/artists i have ever seen. And good luck…I hope they put La Nouba on the touring schedule then i can catch it locally. We have been lucky to see Saltambanco and Alegria locally….so bring on La Nouba

  • I adore this show and have seen it many, many times taking new friends each time so they can revel in the amazing performances. It will be missed many. I’m hoping/praying with fingers crossed that last teaser paragraph means a new Cirque show will be announced!!!!

  • It’s nice not to have to go ALL the way to Las Vegas just to see Cirque–Hopefully there’s a new production on the way.

  • probably broadway aladdin or lion king

  • Giving us a real tease in that last paragraph – looking forward to learning what’s next.

    Hopefully a DVD/Blu-Ray can be released of La Nouba, as an update to the one released years ago when the show was quite different than it has become in recent years.

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