What kinds of acts does the Circus have?
The show features performers from around the world, including Acrobats, Aerialists, Flying Trapeze Artists, Clowns, Jugglers, as well as Elephants, Camels, Horses, Dogs, and a petting zoo. See the full show description here.
How long is the show?
The show is two hours long.
Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets may be purchased at the Circus Box Office from 9:00 AM up until show time on Circus Day. For the best value, discounted tickets may be purchased in advance online or from your local ticket outlets. Online sales close at midnight the day before Circus Day.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept all major credit cards (visa, Mastercard, Amex, & Discover) and cash.
How much are tickets?
General Admission tickets purchased in advance from local ticket outlets are $12 for adults and $6 for children, or $14 for adults / $8 children when purchased online. At the box office on circus day, General Admission tickets will be $16 for adults and $10 for children.
Reserved Seats are $2 more than General Admission tickets, and Box Seats are $6 more.
What age is considered to be a child for child tickets?
Ages 12 and up are considered adults. Ages 2-11 are considered children. Infants under the age of 2 are free.
Are there any discounts for tickets?
Can I buy a better seat than General Admission?
Yes. Reserved Seats are only $2 more than General Admission and feature seat backs and assigned seating (groups will be seated next to each other). Box Seats are only $6 more than General Admission and feature folding chairs closest to the action in the center ring!
Box Seats and Reserved Seats may be purchased from local ticket outlets, online up until midnight before Circus Day, or at the Circus Box Office from 9:00 AM until show time on Circus Day. Availability of Box Seats and Reserved Seats is limited, so order early!
Does the show go on even if it is raining?
Yes, it is dry under the big top tent.
Can I bring a camera or a video camera?
Yes, to a still-photo camera; no, to a video camera.
When should I arrive?
At least 45 minutes prior to the show to enjoy the midway and traveling zoo. Entrance into tent is approx. 30 min before show.
Is handicapped seating available?
Yes, in all sections. A handicapped entrance and restrooms are also available. If the lot permits access, cars may drive near the handicapped entrance to deposit passengers or to park nearby.
Can I take a stroller into the tent?
Yes. Strollers are welcome on the show grounds; however, they must be parked in the assigned area inside the tent.
Is beer or wine allowed at the circus?
No, alcohol is not allowed on the circus grounds.