The Cirque du Soleil Entertainment Group has announced the acquisition of a Minnesota-based company that produces theatrical shows, exhibits, cruise ship activities and outdoor events.
The deal announced Thursday is for VStar Entertainment Group and its Florida-based subsidiary, Cirque Dreams.
While terms were not disclosed, Cirque du Soleil president Daniel Lamarre told The Canadian Press the transaction is worth “several million dollars.”
VStar, which has about 120 employees, is best known for its children and family shows, including “PAW Patrol.”
The PAW Patrol Live ‘Race to the Rescue’ tour visited 250 cities in 18 countries on four continents in 2017.