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5 events
2 reviews
0 stars
Gold line was half a block away. If you drive there, just park in the street (plenty) to avoid the traffic of people trying to leave (other cars and those walking out).
Eat See Hear Los Angeles State Historic Park
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Lisa Kendall
6 events
2 reviews
12 stars
I wore jeans and a tee shirt with a hoodie and was a little cold, despite my blanket. Bundle up!.
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Cirque Berzerk
444 ratings
4.5 average rating
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7 events
4 reviews
12 stars
attended Jun 18 2009

Cirque Berzerk was great. I highly recommend as one of the great things to do in LA - cooler than Hollywood, cooler than Melrose, cooler than Silverlake, even. I've been to many of the Cirque du Soleil shows and I hate when people compare other...continued

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14 events
7 reviews
29 stars
attended Jun 21 2009

Not your normal circus. Definitely suggest this to anyone who enjoys acrobats, contortonists, gymnasts, dancers, etc... Very wildly entertaining. Every seat in the house is a great view. We sat near the top about 5 rows from the ceiling and we had...continued

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2 events
1 review
0 stars
attended Jun 19 2009

I have to say, this was a BIG let down. I am just glad that I did not pay for the $80 seats but we weren't that far off at $60. =( (we got to sit anywhere we wanted when they barely filled a quarter of the tent @ the 7pm show)

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It’s been called everything from “a circus on acid” to “French burlesque meets Sweeney Todd.” Cirque Berzerk’s unique flavor of adult psychedelic vaudevillian tomfoolery returns to the Los Angeles State Historic Park. Born at Burning Man in 2005 and named one of “L.A.’s 10 Weirdest Events of 2008” by the Los Angeles Times, Cirque Berzerk has tickled the collective innards of L.A. and beyond with a psychotically-tinged sultry show filled with sinewy, breathtaking acrobatics, sensual aerialists, gothic stilt walkers, fetishy burlesque dancers, voluptuous contortionists and a host of punk rock clowns, none of whom know how to make cute balloon animals for the kiddies. “Wholesome family fun” it ain’t.