Circus at the Galleria in Roseville September 8- 12
The circus is coming to Roseville at the Westfield Galleria September 8- 12th, 2011.
In 2011 Circus Vargas takes you on an artistic journey, encompassing the cultures of the world, in a series of vignettes depicting the experiences, memories and visions of a traveling circus performer. Join us on a captivating jaunt across the globe, seen through the eyes of our talented aerialists and acrobats as they transcend language, age and cultural barriers, through the art of circus.
Prior to every show, Jon Weiss is front and center, welcoming the audience and inviting the children (of all ages) into center ring to feel what life is like under the Big Top! Join the fun with Jon as he guides everyone on a crash course in circus skills such as juggling, feather balancing and hula-hooping!
An All-American Animal Free Circus!
Presenting the highest quality family entertainment,Circus Vargas exemplifies circus as an art form. Uniting amazingly skilled performers with the innocence and silliness of truly comedic circus antics! This latest edition of Circus Vargas bridges the gap between old tradition and modern innovation. The appreciation of circus fans old and new keeps the performers loving what they do at Circus Vargas - and it shows!
Westfield Galleria at Roseville
CA-65 at Galleria Blvd.
- Thursday Sept. 8 (Opening Night) 7:30
- Friday Sept. 9 (8:00)
- Saturday Sept. 10 (2:00 5:00 8:00)
- Sunday Sept. 11 (1:00 4:00 7:00)
- Monday Sept. 12 (6:00)
Tickets priced from $15- $60 and are available on-line at www.circusvargas.com or at the Circus Box Office. Information is also available by phone at 877-GOTFUN-1 (877-468-3861)
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