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UT GIVEAWAY - Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey Circus Tickets! Family Pack of 4!



It's Circus time again!  Wahoo!  Fully Charged is "where megawatts of thrills explode off the arena floor with breathtaking dare-devilry, superhuman stunts and never before seen performances that will energize children of all ages!"  
Performances include:

Tabayara, a dynamic animal trainer whose rare ability to communicate with animals allows him to ride rearing stallions at a fully-charged gallop, orchestrate majestic four-ton Asian elephants in a symphony of dance and stand inside a cage, eye-to-eye with 12 ferocious tigers.

Audiences will feel the earth shake when The Brothers of Brawn, who are as wide as they are tall, enter the arena. The strongman duo will lift large telephone poles and twirl them above their heads while acrobats balance atop, sustaining up to half a ton total weight.

The fearless Fernandez Brothers dial up the thrills on the Twin Turbines of Steel, including extreme jumps and twists inside the moving wheels! Audiences will crackle with excitement as they watch Guillermo perform a 360-degree, flying-forward somersault, three stories in the air.

The Danguir Troupe thrills on the high-wire as they execute dangerous stunts and for the first time ever a shoulder to shoulder leap, three stories high!

Sparks will fly as The Human Fuse (Brian Miser) sets the arena sky ablaze as he rockets through the air at 65 miles per hour from his self-made human crossbow.

Ever wonder how many clowns it takes to change a light bulb? Hilarious hoopla ensues with the comedic duo of Stas and Vas plus the clowns from the world-famous Ringling Bros.® Clown Alley, will send jolts of laughter shooting straight to the audiences' funny bone with hysterical silly antics and clownish comedy.

All-Access Pre-Show Power Up Party:
90 minutes before the performance all ticket holders can attend the Animal Open House to get a close up with the animals, try on costumes, and learn circus skill with the Circus Fit Program!  This is FREE if your a ticket holder!

WHEN:
Sept 22nd - 7:00 pm
Sept 23rd - 3:30 pm & 7:30 pm
Sept 24th - 11:00 am, 3:30 pm, & 7:30 pm
Sept 25th - 1:30 pm, & 5:30 pm

WHERE:  Energy Solutions Arena

COST:  Ticket prices range from $16, $25, $38 (VIP), $57 (Front Row) and $82 (Circus Celebrity).  Kid tickets are $10 each (not valid for premium seating)  Buy online at Energy Solutions or SmithTix.  Or by calling (801) 355-SEAT or (800) 888 - TIXX.  Tickets go on sale August 15th.

One reader will win 4 tickets to the Circus! Utah only.  Winner will receive for vouchers that need to be exchanged for tickets at the Energy Solution Box Office.  Vouchers valid for any Monday thru Friday scheduled performance except Friday evening. 

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Giveaway will end Tuesday August 17th at Midnight MST.  Winner will be chosen by Random.org.  Tickets provided by Lulubug LLC / Jack Hart Associates.  I was also provided with 4 tickets.  All opinions regarding the cool circus are my own. 
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Comments

Anonymous said…
I watched the short video.

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Alisha said…
I watched the video!!!
Tawnya said…
I watched the video!
Tara Oliver said…
I watched the video, too! thanks for the giveaway!
Natalie A. said…
I watched the short video! Thanks for the chance to win!
Tammy S said…
I watched the video.
Tristin Jensen said…
I watched the short video.
Ashly said…
Watched the short video! Thanks!!!
lesley said…
I watched the video. Never been to the Circus, looks crazy fun!
I watched the video! Wanna go!
I watched the video. Thank you!!!
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Niki W said…
I watched that video... Looks like fun!
Mandy said…
Watched the short video :)
Cassidy said…
I watched the video.
Jen said…
I watched the short video :)
Jen said…
I watched the short video :)
Kerri said…
I watched the video. The elephant ladies are my favs. :)
Cassie Ainscough said…
I watched the short video!
Sherry said…
Thanks for the opportunity! Watched the video! Hope to win ;)
Hifam said…
Watched the video!
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pauline15 said…
Loved the video. It's been alot of years since I've been to the circus!
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kdschirado said…
watched the video
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