La Tarumba in Lima 2019 – Volver


Date: Monday, 29 July 2019

As it has become a tradition over the past years, La Tarumba, Peru’s famous and extremely successful circus which combines traditional circus with music and theater, once again pitch their tent in Lima during the winter months presenting their new show “Volver”.

As all shows of La Tarumba, Volver takes us on a journey full of emotions that touch our hearts; this time reminding us that our dreams power our engine of life.

Volver shows us that life is a blank canvass which is painted with a brush of laughter and colors of happiness.

Combining live music with circus and theater the more than 30 national and international artists – from musicians to actors to acrobats - deliver once again a wonderfully creative, innovative and vibrant show.

Entertainment full of music, fantasy and magic for the whole family.


Monday, 29 July 2019
Venue / Location:
La Tarumba circus tent
Plaza Lima Sur, Chorrillos, Lima
are available at Teleticket in Wong and Metro supermarkets or at Teleticket online
S/ 40 - S/ 199

All Dates

  • From Thursday, 20 June 2019 to Sunday, 25 August 2019
    Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
  • Monday, 29 July 2019
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