Big Apple Circus soon to roll out

December 28, 2013 by  

The Big Apple Circus is performing in New York City until January, but will not leave without making a bang this December 31.

It has been appearing in the city since October and it is moving on to Alpharetta, Georgia and Bridgewater, New Jersey early in the New Year.

This year’s circus has the theme of Luminocity. The motif changes every year and presents a brand new show. Of course, the two-hour show presents the usual types of performers, such as acrobats, clowns, jugglers, and trapeze artists. Performers hail from all over the world including America, France and Russia. It is an event that appeals to children of all ages.

There will be a special performance on New Year’s Eve which includes an after party. Guests will take part in a countdown, have a champagne or apple cider toast, and enjoy dancing in the ring.

The circus attracts visitors from all over the New York City area, including Brooklyn. It is likely that local printing companies have been helping to advertise this popular annual visit. This could include brochures, booklets, posters, and flyers. They may also supply banners to help decorate the venue and to raise the excitement of those who decide to attend.

The Big Apple Circus is playing at Lincoln Center until January 12, and the New Year’s Eve celebration will begin at 9:30 on December 31. Tickets range in price from $45 to $135. VIP tickets, which allow access to a special lounge, are $175.

For more information about this event, call 212-875-5593.