Circus rolling into town next week

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The big top will be back in Andalusia Nov. 6-7, when Loomis Bros. Circus makes its annual trip to put on a show for the people of Covington County at the Kiwanis Community Center.

This year’s production features updated sound and lighting along with a fresh cast of the finest circus stars – both human and animal – performing traditional acts and thrilling new feats. Each performance showcases beauty, wonder and amazement that is the American circus.

“We are proud to be presenting an all new show this year that highlights acts from all corners of the world,” Ring Master and Circus Impersario Justin Loomis said. “The Masters of The Silver Strand, high-wire artists the McIntrye’s, come all the way from Santiago, Chile, and our world-famous performing elephants come from both Asia and Africa. It truly is an extraordinary entertainment experience your entire family will enjoy.”

All seating for the circus is general admission and doors open approximately one hour prior to each scheduled show time. Full priced admission is $20 for adults and $8 for children ages 2-12. Tickets can be purchased in advance online by credit or debit cards at www.loomiscircus.com, or with cash only at the box office on the day of the show. Coupons for “Free Kids Tickets” are available at many merchants throughout Andalusia and Covington County.

Performances will be at 4:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m., both days.

 

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