Performers on stage in Cirque du Soleil's "KOOZA"
Photos: Matt Beard & Bernard Letendre Costumes: Marie Chantale Vaillancourt Cirque du Soleil 2022 Credit: Cirque du Soleil

Cirque du Soleil's "KOOZA" in San Francisco

The spectacular Cirque du Soleil show has extended its run in San Francisco through March 17, 2024.

Undeniably the most daring Cirque du Soleil touring production, KOOZA takes audiences on a thrilling emotional ride with its nail-biting, mind-boggling acrobatics. Inspired by traditional circus arts from around the globe, the show’s performances display remarkable showmanship, exceptional execution, and incredible agility – notably in the High Wire, Teeterboard, and Wheel of Death acts.

“KOOZA is about human connection and the world of duality, good and bad,” says the show’s writer and director David Shiner. “The tone is fun and funny, light and open. The show doesn’t take itself too seriously, but it’s very much about ideas, too.”

Between strength and fragility, laughter and smiles, turmoil and harmony, KOOZA explores themes of identity, recognition and power. The show is set in an electrifying and exotic visual world full of surprises, thrills, chills, audacity and total involvement.

How to Buy Tickets

Tickets for all remaining performances are now on sale.

Special offers and opportunities are available, including a VIP experience and a backstage tour.

Since "KOOZA" is fun for all ages, special family package pricing is available.

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A performer glides through the air in Cirque du Soleil's "KOOZA".

Did You Know?

The cast and crew of "KOOZA" represents 32 different nationalities: Australia, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Colombia, Cuba, France, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, Mexico, Moldova, Mongolia, New Zealand, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA, Jordan, Lebanon, Italy, Argentina, Ireland, Estonia and Ethiopia.

How to Get There

"KOOZA" is performed Under the Big Top in Oracle Park's Lot A. You can easily reach it by taking the Muni Metro N Line to Second and King streets and walking around the ballpark and across McCovey Cove, or by taking the Muni Metro T Line (AKA the Central Subway) to the Mission Rock stop.