La Tarumba in Lima 2022 - Eterno

Date: Wednesday, 29 June 2022 - Sunday, 04 September 2022

After two years of compulsory break due to Covid, La Tarumba, Peru’s famous and extremely successful circus which combines traditional circus with music and theater, finally pitches their tent in Lima again during the winter months presenting their new show “Eterno” (“Eternal”).

While all La Tarumba shows in the past have taken us on a journey full of emotions that touch our hearts, this time the show is something even more special due to the difficult past two years Peru and Peruvians went through. Eterno not only captures the "dramaturgy of emotions" we all experienced, but also celebrates being together again and proposes a way to “heal our wounds”.

Combining live music with circus and theater the nearly 30 national and international artists - from musicians to clowns to acrobats - deliver once again a wonderfully creative, innovative, and vibrant truly Peruvian show.

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

Venue / Location:
La Tarumba circus tent
Plaza Lima Sur, Chorrillos, Lima
are available at Teleticket
S/ 42.75 - S/ 217
Additional Info:
Shows are on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday


All Dates

  • From Wednesday, 29 June 2022 to Sunday, 04 September 2022
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