Ooredoo has announced that it is set to sponsor the new Cirque du Soleil show dedicated to its global brand ambassador, Lionel Messi.
The Messi 10 – Cirque du Soleil show is set to be performed at Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Arena from February 27 until March 7, presented by Qatar National Tourism Council in collaboration with Alchemy Project Entertainment.
Messi 10 tells the “mesmerising story of a young man with boundless ambition who overcomes all manner of seemingly insurmountable obstacles to become one of the greatest footballers of his time”.
The show is an “immersive experience skilfully combining classical circus acts such as trampoline, trapeze and tightrope with never-before-seen disciplines, augmented by awe-inspiring audiovisual material and exclusive images highlighting some of Messi’s best plays”, according to a press statement..
Speaking of the sponsorship, Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi – director of PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo – said: “We’re delighted to be sponsoring this exciting new show, not least because of our longstanding partnership with our global brand ambassador, Lionel Messi, and the incredible reputation of Cirque du Soleil. We’re committed to supporting events that bring our communities together, and both football and incredible entertainment always draw crowds; we know our customers, and Doha citizens and residents, will be enthralled by this breathtaking show giving them a glimpse into the life of their footballing hero.”
Tickets are on sale at tixbox.qa.
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