On this picture: Francesc Camp Torres, Minister of Tourism and Environment of the Government of Andorra, Steve Dubé, General Manager at the Cogeco Amphitheater and Betim Budzaku, General Manager of Andorra Tourism. Not on this picture; Yves Lévques, Mayor of Trois-Rivières.
Even on the other side of the Atlantic the Cogeco Amphitheater draws the attention. On July 29th, Francesc Camp Torres, Minister of Tourism and Environment of the Government of Andorra and Betim Budzaku, General Manager of Andorra Tourism made us the great honour of visiting our city and our venue.
Andorra is located at the frontier between France and Spain in the Pyrenees. Like Trois-Rivières they present a show with Le Cirque du Soleil. La Scalada Storia is showing form the 4th of july to the 1st of August 2015.
La Scalada Storia pays tribute to this region’s legends and it is exclusive to Andorra. In many points similar, there’s a slight difference between the two experiences; the spectators in the Parc Central D’Andorre-la-Vielle are not protected from the rain as they sit outside in bleachers.
Interested by what Trois-Rivières chose as a design to fight nature’s vagaries, Mr. Camp Torres and Mr. Budzaku, took the trip to visit our new installation. It is with great pleasure that Yves Lévesque, Mayor of Trois-Rivières and Steve Dubé, General Manager at the Cogeco Amphitheater gave them the tour of the building and answered their questions.