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Circus Glow Comes to Brooklyn and Queens

Circus Glow Comes to Brooklyn and Queens


Circus Glow is bringing a totally new style of circus to Brooklyn and Queens. It is committed to providing children and families with an illuminated experience fused with art and entertainment and the highest level of excitement. The show is kicking off in Brooklyn at the PAC Dome in Canarsie on Dec. 21 and then will move to Amuzara in Jamaica on Dec. 31.

The hour-long show features a total of seven acts and includes aerial acts, contortionists, LED robots, and more. All acts  are performed completely in the dark and are illuminated by LED lights or glow in the dark costumes. Illuminations vary depending on the style of the act. 

Circus Glow will perform 8 shows over four days in Brooklyn and then four in Queens. They then plan to move on to the Bronx and other cities in the tri-state area. Tickets are $24 and are on sale now for shows through the end of December.



Circus Glow is all people, no animals or fire. In doing this, they aim to keep the environment safe for the performers and the crowd as well as staying away from the harm of animals.

"Circus Glow is the next generation of family fun entertainment in the circus industry. We are combining new traditions with an old school twist," says event coordinator Kyronne Anthony. "This circus glows, literally!"

Doors open 30 minutes before the show. Merchandise and a concession stand will be available and will accept cash and debit card only.

For more information and tickets visit the Circus Glow website

Brooklyn Show
PAC Dome
1500 Paedagat Ave. North
Canarsie

Queens Show
AMUZARA
91-12 144th Place
Jamaica

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