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Circus act returns to arena

Entertainment that includes acrobats, clowns and elephants are just part of the excitement as the Crossroads Arena presents Garden Bros Circus - "The Most Epic Show on Earth" - on Thursday, Feb. 14, with two show times at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.

By LA Story

lastory@dailycorinthian.com

Family fun for Valentine's Day can be a unique experience this year.

Acrobats, clowns and elephants are just part of the excitement as the Crossroads Arena presents Garden Bros Circus - "The Most Epic Show on Earth" - on Thursday, Feb. 14, with two show times at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.

Attendees can enjoy the all new 2019 edition of the Garden Bros Circus.

The show is packed with special effects, concert style sound and lighting and 3-Rings with a variety of entertainment fit for the whole family.

Performers from over 22 countries make up the action-packed, fast-paced 100-minute show in a theatrical European 3-Ring setting, featuring The Chinese Acrobats, daring aerial artists, elephants, six motorcycles in the Sphere of Fear, racing camels performing with the largest and smallest horses on Earth, contortionists and the funniest clowns, jugglers as seen on America's Got Talent, according to Garden Bros producers.

The circus also features the Kids Fun Zone where kids can ride an elephant, camel or circus pony. The children can also enjoy the giant slide, a bouncy house or face painting.

There will also be food available.

"We've made it an affordable family event with the cooperation of participating retail outlets," said Niles Garden, producer of Garden Brothers Circus.

The show is not the first visit to the Crossroads area for Garden Bros Circus and Crossroads Arena Manager Tammy Genovese expressed enthusiasm for the popular circus event.

"The Garden Bros Circus have been coming to Corinth for a few years now, and we always find their show to be entertaining for both kids and adults," said Genovese. "And, more importantly, they are extremely conscious of the social issues surrounding cruelty to animals in their business. We have personally witnessed their animal care and very pleased with the results. Additionally, their show includes so much other fun entertainment with acrobatics, clowns and so much more. I hope everyone will bring their families out for a fun Valentine day treat."

(Tickets can be purchased at the Crossroads Arena, located at 2800 South Harper Road, in Corinth, or online at crossroadsarena.com or gardenbroscircus.com.)