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Fire of Anatolia (Anadolu Ateşi) From Kemer

  • Kemer
  • 6 Hours
  • Max People : 100
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€ 60 per person
11-7 Child
€ 35 per person
06-0 Infant
€ 0 per person
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The "Fire Of Anatolia" (Anadolu Ateşi) is a traditional Turkish fire festival celebrated annually in Kemer, a city in the province of Antalya in Turkey. The festival is believed to have its origins in ancient times and has been passed down from generation to generation for thousands of years. Celebrated on the first Saturday of the Turkish New Year of Bayram, the festival includes dances, music and fireworks shot at the mainland from the sea. It is a popular event for tourists and locals who want to experience Turkish culture and fireworks. 

Fire Of Anatolia Dance Show is a highlight of the festival and attracts many tourists and locals each year to experience Turkish culture and tradition. The dancers are professional dancers who have undergone years of practice and training to convey the beauty and passion of dance. F or a cultural experience like no other, visitors should not miss the Anadolu Ateşi Dance Show. Our dance group, made up of 120 world-renowned dancers, perform this magic show in the glorious setting of the Gloria Aspendos Arena. This evening of culture and unique entertainment takes visitors back to the days of Turkey's sultans. Each dance creates a historical tale of this region's extremely colorful past. Visitors will be surprised how professional dancers will surprise you with their movements.

The Fire Of Anatolia is the brain of the famous Turkish choreographer Mustafa Erdogan. In 1999, Erdogan began selecting dancers for his legendary performance. Of the 750 dancers selected to audition, only a little over a hundred received marks. The whole process to perfect the show was a complete labor of intense love for Erdogan and the team and it took 1 and a half year. Since then, the show has traveled the world and achieved huge success in places like China and the US. It's even included in the Guinness Book of Records with 2 different world records. It's a great evening for everyone, young and old. With a team of 120 dancers, Anadolu Ateşi is a wonderful and fascinating project of dance, light and music.

The choreography of the dance show lasted 1 and a half years and since its creation in 1999 it is the main work of the world famous Turkish dance producer Mustafa Erdogan. The Anadolu Ateşi recreates the myths and legends that made Turkey the country it is today. Different important historical stories are told through different dance styles. The incredible fitness and skill of the dancers will mesmerize audiences and take them back to a time when sultans ruled this country. The entire program represents the fire born of the love, cultural history and peace of these great stories and this great place. A show really not to be missed.

All modern and even ballet dance styles are represented. There is even a dance that makes this performance famous around the world and is known as the fastest dance in the world. Anadolu Ateşi has the Guinness World Record 2 and is one of the biggest dance shows in the world. The dance ensemble traveled all over the world and received criticism from fans on every continent, at least in China and the USA. After your wonderful night of culture and history, your driver will be ready to take you back to your hotel. Even if you've had a relaxing evening, the rhythm of the music and the image of the dancers challenging themselves for your viewing pleasure can be a draining experience.


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