The main concept behind Fire of Anatolia is the meeting of civilizations!
- One of Best things to do in Side
- All the Dances of Anatolia for centuries
- Folk dances, ballet and modern dance
- The worth seeing amazing dance show
- All in one!
Sultans of Dance: Fire of Anatolia at Aspendos Arena
It is a unique project that contains hundreds of folk dance figures and folk music, which derive from the thousands of years of mythological and cultural history of Anatolia. Do not miss the splendid dance show of the civilizations of Anatolia for centuries.
Fire of Anatolia is a Turkish anatolian dance group consisting of 130 – 140 dancers, several choreographers and various technical staff. The group has performed in more than 96 countries, from the USA to China and Japan. More than 32 million peoples have seen them live and you can join them for this 3-hour show.
The group holds two Guinness records, one for the fastest dance performance at 242 steps per minute, and another for largest audience, an estimated 405 000 people in Eregli in the Black Sea region of Turkey.
The performance incorporates a mix of Turkish anatolian culture and historical folk dance from various areas of Turkey along with modern dance and ballet. Folk dances, ballet and modern dance were the centre of training, and stretching and yoga were also incorporated. This first period of creation lasted a year and a half. The group’s dances are base on 4000 years dancing culture of Anatolian civilizations. The show is colourful, rhythmic, elegant and stylish.
- Transfer from / to Hotel
- Ticket for performance at Gloria Aspendos Arena
What’s Not included
- Food, Drinks & personal expenses
Don’t Forget !
Performances start at 21:15
Please take a towel or a pillow with you to sit on as the seats may wet in the evening in May and October and it does get pretty chilly.
Show tickets are unnumbered (free seating)
Gündoğdu Hotels: 20:15
Çolaklı Hotels: 20:00
Evrenseki Hotels: 19:55
Kumköy Hotels: 19:50
Side Hotels: 19:35-19:40
Sorgun Hotels: 19:25
Titreyengöl Hotels: 19:20