Monday, April 9, 2018

Go See The Big Apple Circus at Assembly Row

Yesterday we had the pleasure of seeing Big Apple Circus in Boston at Assembly Row, Somerville and it was amazing!  It is their 40th Anniversary Season and I feel like the show was better than ever!  There were acts in the show that did things that you have never seen before!  Get your tickets now as they are in town until May 6th with multiple shows on some days.  The perfect outing for a family during April Vacation.
The wonderful thing about this show is that no seat is further than 50 feet from the ring.  The intimate setting is perfect for kids to see all the action.  Plus you can get a great seat for a great price.
Some of our favorite acts were Nik Wallenda and The Fabulous Wallendas doing their famous seven-person pyramid on the high wire!
We always love the horses and ponies.  They are so majestic.  Jenny Vidbel, performs in the ring with 16 horses and ponies.
 They are so cute!  There were also pony rides during intermission.
 You can tell they love her.
 She also performs with rescue dogs which is a real crowd pleaser!
There was also a daring quadruple somersault done on the trapeze by The Flying Tunizianis.  Only 9 people in the world can do this.
Award-winning contortionist Elayne Kramer did things that I had never seen before.
She even used a bow and arrow and shot a balloon with her feat!
The master juggler Gamal Garcia was awesome.
 Jan Damm on the Rola Bola was amazing too.
Last but not least was the Risley acrobats The Anastasini Brothers (who broke the World Record for Most Flips on November 9, 2017).

The show was led by Ringmaster Ty McFarlan and had fun little interludes with two clowns. 
Tickets are on sale at Ticketmaster and
You can save 25% on all Opening Week Performances April 7th-13th by using offer code FAMILY25.

Make sure to get tickets now!
Disclosure:  I was provided with four tickets for my family for the show and four tickets to giveaway.  No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.

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