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Razzle Dazzle of the Circus coming to Town

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Published:2017-06-01 Local
Razzle Dazzle of the Circus coming to Town    Print Snohomish Times    
Razzle Dazzle of the Circus coming to Town

Now that the Greatest Show on Earth is no longer, there is a little circus that could…and will make your circus dreams come true – Venardos Circus! The amazing singing and acting circus out of Los Angeles was a last-minute addition to the Kla Ha Ya Days festivities last year and proved so successful, the circus is coming back to entertain kids of all ages, with shows running Wednesday July 12th through Sunday July 16th at Harvey Field next to the Carnival, 9900 Airport Way, Snohomish, Washington, 30 miles northeast of Seattle.


Under a brand new red and white striped tent – the Big Top – Master of Ceremonies Kevin Venardos, will welcome you with song and dance. Then he’ll introduce you to stunning acts of daredevilry, incredible balancing acts and fascinating juggling while clowns tickle your fancy and funny bone. The 80 minute Broadway show with Cirque quality acts and an intermission will also include the Kla Ha Ya Days theme honoring the county’s heritage farming families: Home Grown Snohomish.


“We’ve been a sustainable operation these past years by adapting with the times and creating themed content,” says Venardos who began his circus career with Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey. “The Big Show may be closed, but we want the Circus to continue for generations to come. We’ve got a Broadway sparkle that people respond to and we deliver a timeless magic that will never go out of style. As we expand into new communities all over the country, launching a big dream, we look forward to building lasting relationships through magic and wonder that’s universally embraced.” The whole family can definitely enjoy the magic of this circus.


There is a free pre-show event an hour before where you’re welcome to view the Big Top, sit on a hay bale and interact with the performers. How about a selfie? That, too. Tickets for the show can be purchased online at https://www.venardoscircus.com/; adults $25 and children $15.


Show times are Wednesday July 12th through Friday July 14th at 7:30pm; extra shows Saturday July 15th at 2:00pm, 5:00pm and 8:00pm and two shows on Sunday July 16th 1:00pm and 5:00pm


Also Sunday July 16th is the Car & Motorcycle Show and Shine from 9:00am to 3:00pm – plenty of time to view vintage vehicles and see the circus.




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