Join Cirque de Bohème and Cornerstone Sonoma this winter for the sixth annual special event to celebrate your holidays!
Created in Paris during a period called “Les Années Folles,“ this old style show is based on the French tradition of a 1920s Circus. Cirque de Bohème transports audiences back in time for an hour of mystery and entertainment.
This November and December, Cirque de Bohème presents their new show called “Yesterday” with an amazing cast of world-class performers including: Magician, Rola-Bola Acrobat, Hooper Aerialist, Chain Aerialist, Hand Chair Balancing, Cyr Wheel, Mime, Juggler, and more.
“Yesterday” is an exciting, imaginative trip back in time and with a wink from Paris full of poetry, wonder and joy!
On December 1, 2, 8, 9, 15, 16, Cirque de Bohème will bring back their charming old-fashioned tent, which offers an intimate experience limited to 150 guests per show.
Join Cirque de Bohème for this unique, treasured holiday tradition.
And don't forget… your childhood dreams are alive.
Shows take place at 1 p.m., 3 p.m., and 5 p.m.
Saturday, Dec. 1, shows at 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Ticket refunds or changes are allowed up to 5 days prior to the show.
If you are not at the circus door 10 minutes before the show, the director of the circus will take the possibility to resale your tickets. And also no one with tickets can be admitted inside the tent if the show already starts, for the safety of our artists.
NOTE: Door opens 30 minutes before the performance start time.
Door director will check in guests up unit 10 minutes before the performance start time.
*** IF YOU HAVE NOT CHECKED IN BY 10 MINUTES BEFORE SHOWTIME, YOU RISK FORFEITING YOUR TICKET AND SEAT. NO REFUND WILL BE GIVEN. ***
We begin offering unclaimed seats to waitlist guests exactly 10 minutes before show time.
*** ABSOLUTELY NO ADMITTANCE AFTER PERFORMANCE BEGINS***
This is for the safety of our performers.
No refunds for anyone arriving after the performance begins.
While the show is definitely family oriented, we have found through experience that children under four or five sometimes have issues with the dark interior and/or loud sounds that are part of our performance. And, unfortunately, it is not as simple as just leaving if the toddler becomes restless. Because of the inherent difficulty and danger of many of our acts (aerialists, tightrope etc.), distraction from the audience is a critical safety concern.
Our venue is intimate and dark. Opening the tent door in the middle of the performance lets in light and is a big concern of ours. Therefore, we do our best to avoid it.
In the end, you know your child better than anyone and it is up to your judgement.
This show is not appropriate for a baby.