Carnival announces entertainment aboard new Carnival Celebration

Carnival Cruise Line has revealed new main production shows, aerial acts, game shows and parties as part of the entertainment line-up aboard its new cruise ship Carnival Celebration.

New productions debuting aboard Carnival Celebration include Color My World – An Indie Rock and Pop Love Story, Visual Symphony, Rio Carnival, and We Are One.

In addition to the new shows, Carnival Celebration will also feature a range of new game shows and festival-inspired parties, including What’s Age Got to Do With It, Cash Bash, and Guess That Groove.

These shows will join the Carnival favourites, Family Feud Live, Deal or No Deal and the Love and Marriage game shows.

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“We wanted to give our guests new reasons to celebrate nights at sea with us on Carnival Celebration and have designed a collection of new shows and other types of entertainment where eye-catching aerialists, cutting-edge technology and next-level talent will dazzle our guests every evening,” said Chris Nelson, VP of Entertainment for Carnival Cruise Line.

The new shows have been designed and will be performed by Playlist Productions and Center Stage.

The Most Magnificent Circus

The Most Magnificent Circus is a story of celebrating self-discovery and acceptance and will unfold to popular hits as a big-top circus comes to life. Wire-rigged performers will showcase their skills leaving the stage to soar above and beyond the audience with trapeze, chair, chandelier, hoop, ladder and mirror aerial performances.

Color My World – An Indie Rock and Pop Love Story

Color My World – An Indie Rock and Pop Love Story will blend fun dance styles such as street jazz, hip-hop, musical theatre and ballet with the best songs from indie rock and pop genres. Combining different mediums of art, this show will have live painting on stage with music and choreography to match.

Visual Symphony (starting in December) will use Celebration Central’s 16 moving LED screens, lasers and classical rock music to create a high-tech visual production. The show will take full advantage of the technology and special effects in the zone’s three-deck-high space.

Rio Carnival (starting in May) is a Brazlian extravaganza with the cast performing authentic samba, bossa nova, marchinha, batudada, forro, carimbo and capoeira to popular Latin pop songs in both Portuguese and English.

We Are One

These productions will feature alongside popular game shows associated with Carnival Cruise Line, such as Family Feud Live, Deal or No Deal and the Love and Marriage game shows.

The ship will also offer a number of new shows, such as What’s Age Got to Do With It, a question-and-answer trivia show for all ages, where one parent and child will have to prove they are the best family duo.

There’s also Cash Bash in partnership with the casino team, in which guests can win cash prizes as they compete in Fun Squad challenges and interactive activities, and Guess That Groove, in which guests will have to show off their knowledge of iconic tunes and groovy dance skills.

Besides Celebration Happy Hour at Latitudes Bar and the new Evolution dance party hosted by the ship’s pro DJ, there will be several parties for guests to enjoy on Carnival Celebration, such as the festival-inspired We Are One performance, as well as Celestial Strings and Cuban-meets-Latin Amor Cubano shows.

Carnival Celebration will debut this November from the redesigned Terminal F at Port Miami, the line’s third terminal at the port and its largest in South Florida. The ship will sail year-round, 7-day cruises to the Eastern and Western Caribbean from November 21st.

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