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Local Name:
Vidanta World
Former Name(s):
Celebrate Project, The Park
Budget:
3.5B
Announced:
12 Nov 2014
Construction Start:
Sep 2015
Opening:
2023
Area:
47 ha
Developer:
Grupo Vidanta
Operator:
Grupo Vidanta, MR ProFun
Consultants:
Contractors:
Other Suppliers:
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    Cirque du Soleil Design: Mexico Theme Park Design Concept Art by Legacy Entertainment

    In early schemes of the project's design, during which the entire resort was branded Cirque du Soleil, the main element of the initial phase was to have been a highly-unique Water Park. The entrance to the water park was the 'Temple of the Blue Flame'- a wooden evocation of a classic Cirque du Soleil 'Grand Chapiteau' (Big Top). Inside, visitors would have found Ticketing, Guest Services, Turnstiles, Retail, and Changing Rooms. As seen in this concept art, the temple was to have been animated by 'Flame Keeper' characters. The water park would have immersed guests in a fantasy realm inspired by elements of Aztec and Mayan culture, and was so richly-detailed that it even featured its own alphabet.




































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    Cirque du Soleil Design: Mexico Theme Park Design Concept Art by Legacy Entertainment

    Cirque du Soleil Water Park entrance, continued.




























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    Cirque du Soleil Design: Village of the Sun Theme Park Design by Legacy Entertainment

    As has been widely publicized, early iterations of 'Vidanta World' explored the option of the entire project carrying the Cirque du Soleil banner. In this iteration, one themed zone was the 'Village of the Sun'- a boutique theme park zone which paid tribute to Cirque du Soleil and its most popular creations. This area was designed to serve as a hub with access to the resorts other attractions, including a water park and nighttime entertainment district.




































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    Cirque du Soleil Design: Mexico Theme Park Design Concept Art by Legacy Entertainment

    'Village of the Sun' zone of the Cirque du Soleil theme park, continued:


























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    Cirque du Soleil Design: Latin America Theme Park Design by Legacy Entertainment

    In earlier schemes of the design, when the entire resort theme park expansion was branded Cirque du Soleil, this cluster of tents would have served as the primary ticketing zone. After waiting in a queue, a bell tethered to the host stand would ring, summoning guests into the next available tent. Tickets in hand, guests would have proceeded through the 'Court of the Chimes' structure which served as a covering for the park's turnstiles.
































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