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Amazing and Exciting! High-altitude Aerobic Show in the Taiwan Lantern Festival

Posted Date : 2020-02-20 1418

For the 2020 Taiwan Lantern Festival in Taichung, the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Taichung City Government invited “the British Cirque Bijou” to bring the outdoor large-scale outdoor spectacle and aerobic performance, “the Dazzle Night” featuring a performer walking and biking on and upside down the 11-meter high double tower rope. The difficult techniques match with dramatic music present amazing and exciting program contents that amaze all its audience.

Ms. Lin from Taipei said the performance of difficult and dangerous but skillful acts impress the audience very much and she felt like attending an international festival. She would like to thank for the careful preparation of Taichung City Government.

Mr. Tsai said that after watching the performance, he would like to congratulate the success of the Festival, especially for the free admission to international performance events. He thought it is a must visit festival. Ms. Su from Yunlin especially coming for the Festival also mentioned the performance is so exciting and she believed this is a worth visit.

According to the Cultural Affairs Bureau, Taichung City Government, the presentation of the British Cirque Bijou,” “the Dazzle Night,” is a cooperation between Billy Alwen, the Artistic Director of Cirque Bijou, British spectacle performers, violinists, Taiwanese indigenous singer, Muniyu, and Grace Pump Crew and Singing Singers from Taichung that creates a sol global and only performance. Residents from Houli were also invited to perform with umbrella lanterns for the amazing and fantastic visual sensation.

“The Dazzle Night” is now performed at 19:00 every evening at the Equestrian Arena of Houli Horse Park until February 23rd and tickets for the free admission are available at 17:00 every afternoon. Everyone is welcome! For more information about performance events and time, please visit the website of Taiwan Lantern Festival (


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