Cirque Dreams Costume Contest!

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A grand opportunity for creative kids!

Cirque Dreams Holidaze is returning to “A Country Christmas” at Gaylord Opryland Resort this upcoming holiday season, and one designing child will get to be involved with the show! Does your child like to draw fashions? Does your child love clothes and costumes? If so, he or she may be the the lucky kid who sees their costume drawing made into a costume for the show!

WHAT TO KNOW

The Cirque Dream Holidaze costume contest comes to you through an exclusive partnership between Nashville Parent, Gaylord Opryland’s “A Country Christmas” and Cirque Dreams Holidaze. The contest is specifically for kids ages 8 – 12, and involves your child drawing a costume and submitting it for evaluation. 

Here’s how to get your child involved:

Simply go to the link below to download a “template” in order for your child to create an original design.

The contest starts Monday, Oct. 1; entry deadline is Sunday, Oct. 21 at 10 p.m.
The winning child will be notified in early November and announced in our December, 2018 issue.

The winning costume design will be created by the Cirque Dreams team, and worn in the Saturday, Dec. 8 performance at 2 p.m. at the Grand Ole Opry House. The winning child also receives four free tickets to the December 8 performance AND will be invited on stage for audience acknowledgment.

CLICK HERE FOR FULL CONTEST DETAILS
AND TO ENTER!

Adilynn Rosanbalm was the 2017 winner of Nashville Parent’s “Cirque Dreams Holidaze” Costume Contest. Pictured here with her original “Jingle Bellerina” costume sketch and with her finished costume design.

Chad Young is the managing editor and arts/entertainment editor for this publication.

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