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Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show

    Do you like to add adrenaline and a unique twist to your sightseeing and cultural experience? The breathtaking Belek Fire of Anatolia Show & Troy display encourages visitors to delve into the hidden mysteries of Homer’s historic Troy. The show, which includes music, costumes, and dances by talented artists who can make your evening truly unique, is ideal for all ages.

    In the evening, the Fire of Anatolia Show & Troy in Belek begins. You will be picked up by car from your Belek accommodation and driven to the excellent venue where the performance will take place. When you arrive at Aspendos Venue, where the Fire of Anatolia – Troy event is held, you will be astounded by its massive scale.

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    Since its construction in 2008, Aspendos Arena has played home to some of Turkey’s most significant cultural occasions. The venue boasts the largest stage globally and can accommodate a maximum of 5000 spectators. The concert features 64 dancers and a large number of additional choreographers and technical personnel, making it outstanding.

    The dancers in this group have had extensive training and are skilled at executing quick interval routines from various dance genres. The fact that the Fire of Anatolia organization continues to have a distinguished reputation worldwide is no coincidence. The record for the greatest crowd and the record for the quickest dance performance globally belong to the ensemble.

    Fire of Anatolia also presented the show in more than 85 nations worldwide. You can sense the show’s unparalleled and faultless vitality from the very first second. The choreographer constructed 13 separate scenarios to tell the Troy narrative. Troy is one of the most well-known tales of the famed Greek poet Homer. The Trojan horse and other important and prominent passages from the Iliad are featured in the show.

    With the help of a genuinely stunning performance filled with dance, music, and vibrant costumes, the audience can study the history of Troy and uncover the poem’s mysteries throughout the 13 scenes.
A car will be waiting for you outside the venue after the performance. When you return to your hotel, this magnificent and opulent adventure ends. Thanks to the Fire of Anatolia- Troy presentation, your holiday season will undoubtedly be remembered for a long time.

How much does Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show cost?

Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show costs (price) 60 € for adults, 30 € for children 6 between 11 years old and children under 6 years old are free.

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Days & Time

The Fire of Anatolia show from Belek occurs every Tuesday, and the Troy exhibition is every Friday from April to October, from 17:30 to 23:30.


  • Hotel Transfer (Both Ways)
  • Guiding Service
  • Entrance Tickets
  • Dinner
  • Insurance


  • Personal Expenses
  • All Drinks

“Please note that we have no hidden costs”

What do you need to bring with you?

Don’t forget to bring your camera. You’ll take amazing shots.

Description of Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show

    Get the chance to attend one of the most stunning performances ever and make wonderful vacation memories. The narrative of Troy, one of Homer’s most well-known works, is depicted in the beautiful Belek Fire of Anatolia Show & Troy. With a company of expert dancers, stunning costumes, and engaging music, this production will transport you back in time. Enjoy your evening while being wowed by a magnificent and unique show.

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    More than 65 skilled dancers with professional backgrounds will perform at the Belek Fire of Anatolia – Troy event. Furthermore, a large number of professional choreographers and technical personnel are responsible for putting together and presenting this amazing spectacle. Because the event incorporates a variety of moves from several dancing styles, each performer has a distinct set of skills. The group holds two Guinness World Records and has performed in over 85 countries. The first record is for the largest audience ever to witness a performance, while the second is for the fastest dance performance ever created.

Troy: There are 13 key sequences in the program that tell the tale of Troy. The program is based on the Greek author Homer’s iconic poem, highlighting some of the text’s most noteworthy and important passages during its run. You may take in a magnificent performance that includes, among other things, the fabled Trojan horse. You will experience a special sensation of excitement and joy because of the dancers’ outstanding performance, the costumes, and the music.

Return: Upon completion of the performance, a van will be waiting to transport you home. This extraordinary adventure ends when you return to your hotel in the middle of the night. You will have access to special feelings, memories, and visions thanks to the Fire of Anatolia.

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Questions & Answers

Are there any limits on who may attend the Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show?

From young to old, everyone may enjoy this entertainment. The costumes and lights as the dancers perform will captivate the children, while the elder members of your group will enjoy the culture and history being conveyed via dance even more.

It is worth mentioning that the theatre has a number of steps, so it may not be suitable for anyone with mobility issues. If you are unsure, please contact the booking staff, as they may be able to arrange lower tiered seats for you.

Will I get a good view of the Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show on stage?

Yes, the theatre was created for as many people as possible to enjoy and view the stage, and the seating still works to this day. When combined with the natural accoustics, you can understand why the theatre was a magnificent forerunner to modern-day Netflix and enjoyed by so many Roman inhabitants for millennia.

Will the children appreciate the Belek Fire of Anatolia Show?

It may be a little long for very young children, but they will appreciate the costumes, music, and scenery and will be quite content watching the presentation.

What do I need to bring to the Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show?

For the amphitheatre steps, wear sensible shoes. A little cushion or blanket (you will be seated on the original Roman tier seats of stone). Your camera for this colourful cultural exhibition.

Is the Belek Fire of Anatolia Show held outside or inside?

The Gloria Aspendos Arena is an outdoor amphitheatre. Wear long sleeves or a light jacket in case it is chilly early or late in the season.

What should my Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show budget be?

Any personal costs you incur throughout the evening, such as beverages or snacks, are not included.

Is it simply dancing on the Belek Fire of Anatolia Show?

This is much more than a dancing performance. There will be tales, spectacular costumes, dramatic music, dazzling dances, and an atmosphere that will keep your gaze fixed on the stage.

What is the price of Belek Fire Of Anatolia Show?

It’s 60 € for adults, 30 € for children 6 between 11 years old and children under 6 years old are free.

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Gabriella Potts
Gabriella Potts

This show is a must see for anyone traveling to Turkey. I’ve seen the show 3 times now and it’s always good entertainment and just amazing.

May Russell
May Russell

It was a perfect show. It’s amazing how all the boys and girls are dancing. All as one. Turkish history in dance. If you are in Turkey in this area, visit the Fire of Anatolia show. This show is excellent!!!!


I wasn’t sure about this trip at first as it was a bit more expensive than the other trips.

Highly recommended and worth every penny
This far exceeded my expectations.
First class dancers, amazing outdoor theater and scenery!

Sally Blackburn
Sally Blackburn

Another great show, a must see.
As my friend described it, “the Turkish version of Riverdance”😂