Ringling Bros And Barnum & Bailey Circus Worcester Tickets
Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus is coming to the DCU Center for a six-show run. From April 14 till 16, the circus will entertain fans in Massachusetts, which is billed as its final visit to the city. The 146 years old circus is finally bringing down the curtain and will end in May, after touring popular US cities. Never-ending battles with the animal rights group, declining ticket sales and high maintenance costs are some of the reasons why the Ringling Bros has decided to make its final bow. You can now catch the “Greatest Show on Earth” with your Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Worcester tickets.
Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Announces Its Last Hurrah
The iconic 146-year old circus is ready to bid farewell to its countless fans. Among the very few traditional circuses that still remain, Ringling had its share of setbacks that finally resulted in its end. For the past few years the entertainment company has been fighting law suits in court and defending itself to the animal rights group. Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus was quite popular for its elephant routines, and when they decided to end that last season, the show tumbled down even further. As the legendary circus comes to your town for its final shows, make sure you attend it the one last time. Buy Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus Worcester tickets and be a part of this amazing tribute.
Here’s what the circus fans will be treated to in this final run.
- Performers and stuntmen from all over the world will amaze you with high-flying acts. Bungee aerial skydiving, trampoline daredevils, BMX trick riders and contortionists will keep the audience at the edge of their seats.
- The human cannonball has been a popular act at the Ringling circus and the final shows will feature the high-flying routine.
- A spectacle of exotic animals and flashy costumes will once again wow the audience. A wholesome family entertainment, Ringling Bros and Barnum & Bailey Circus has left its mark on generations and the “Greatest Show on Earth” will definitely be missed.