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The 129th Edition of Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars is Coming

Classic Circus, American-style, complete with elephants, tigers, thrilling aerialists and acrobats, mystifying magic and hilarious clowns will appear in Forked River at Jones Road Soccer Field-End of Jones Road at Horner Lane for performances on Friday, August 16 to Sunday, August 18.

Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars new, 2013 performance features Princess Vicenta’s astonishing assemblage of white tigers, awesome elephants with special guest star-siblings, Babies Val and Hugo, and for the first time ever in the United States, the international award-winning high-wire artistry of Columbia’s Tabares Troupe.    From Kazakhstan, the amazing Lana dazzles with Quick Change and Grand Scale Illusions.  Argentina’s Fassio Family and their cavalcade of captivating canines–elegant Afghans, lovable St. Bernards, and a mighty Chihuahua, delight children of all ages.  Daredevil turns include ThunderDome, the moto-globe of death, and The Human Cannonball, who bursts from the barrel of the World’d Largest Cannon at 5g velocity.  Comic relief arrives compliments of The Bermudez Troupe, who steal the show one smile at a time.

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With a performance filled with stellar circus attractions, Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars remains surprisingly affordable, with free tickets for children under 13 available at www.GoToTheCircus.com, and adult general admission priced at $16 for advance purchase.  General admission may be upgraded to Reserved seats for $4 or VIP seat for $7.

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One Response to "The 129th Edition of Cole Bros. Circus of the Stars is Coming"

  1. frgazette says:

    I took my family on Friday night and we had a wonderful time! There is something for everyone. The tigers were so majestic. The elephants were adorable in their trunk to tail walks. I was holding my breath during the tightrope walking. Wow they were brave. I also was impressed with how quickly and methodical they broke down each completed parts, a show in itself. I look forward to seeing them next year!

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