ENID, Okla. —
Circus Spectacular — featuring tigers, elephants and more — will perform Nov. 25 at Enid Event Center.
“Every year, we scour the world to find the best performances,” said George Carden, founder of the three-ring circus. “We’re bringing a big show, the biggest we’ve ever put together. The spirit of the circus is to top anything and everything, each year.”
Show time is 7 p.m. Nov. 25. Doors open one and a half hours early so the audience can meet the performers and ride the elephants.
Scheduled to appear are: tiger trainer Giancarlo; Broadway Bo, the world’s largest performing elephant; dancing elephants trained by Larry Carden; Johnny the clown and his sidekick, Baby Pach; Guiming Meng from China who performs a balancing act; and Extreme Circus Riders, who perform on two and four wheels.
Tickets are $19 for general admission seating, $26 for reserved seats and $35 for Ringmaster VIP reserved seats. Buy one adult ticket, get one child ticket coupons are available for general admission. Ticket details are available on the circus’ website, www.2013circus.com. Children who have not reached their third birthday are free, but must sit in a parent’s lap. Tickets may be purchased at www.2013circus.com, enideventcenter.com or at the Enid Event Center box office.