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Ringling Bros. Fully Charged is Coming to Town in August

Submitted by on July 11, 2012 – 7:12 am45 Comments

Get your tickets to high voltage fun today!

 

Don’t miss Fully Charged, the all-new surge of circus entertainment from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey where megawatts of thrills explode off of the arena floor with breathtaking dare-devilry, superhuman stunts and never-before-seen performances that energize children of all ages!

Performance Dates

Dallas at American Airlines Center from August 1-12

Ft Worth at Fort Worth Convention Center  from August 15-19

The action at Fully Charged begins an hour before show time at the All Access Power Up Pre-show Party – FREE to all ticket holders. Get to know the world’s greatest performers, meet some our amazing animals in person, and work to become CircusFit all before the show starts! The All Access Power Up Pre-show Party is the only place where you can register for a chance to win a pachyderm painting created by one of Ringling Bros. artistic Asian elephants right before audiences’ eyes. You can only experience this current of excitement at Ringling Bros. Fully Charged!

The amazing acts include Tabayara, a dynamic animal trainer whose rare ability to communicate with animals allows him to ride rearing stallions at a fully charged gallop and orchestrate majestic four-ton Asian Elephants in a symphony of dance. When he stands inside a cage, eye to eye with twelve ferocious tigers, Tabayara sees family where others see danger.

The Fearless Fernandez Brothers dial up the thrills as they perform daring feats of athleticism on the Twin Turbines of Steel, including, extreme jumps and twists inside the moving wheels! Audiences will crackle with excitement as they watch Guillermo perform a three hundred sixty degree flying forward somersault, three stories in air, a feat so difficult it has only been attempted by one other person in the 141-year history of Ringling Bros. The Human Fuse, Brian Miser, sets the arena sky ablaze as he rockets through the air from his self-made human crossbow.  Don’t blink as he flashes across the sky in less than a second, and travels 80 feet at 65 miles per hour.

For more information and to purchase your tickets, visit www.Ringling.com.

Use special code MOM20 to get 20% of your ticket purchase!

Do You Want 4 FREE tickets for Your Family to See Fully Charged?

 

North Texas Kids is giving away 4 tickets TWO SETS OF TICKETS!

Entering this contest is easy — just do ONE of the following items.

1. Mention this contest on your Facebook page by sharing this post from our Facebook page and *tagging us (@north texas kids) in your post. Once you’re done, leave a comment here below and let us know that you’ve completed this action and also tell us what you love most about the circus!

*Note that you can only share our post and tag us if you are a fan of our Facebook page  and we can only see your shared post on our Facebook page if your post is designated as public.

2. Tweet about this contest and include @northtxkids plus a link to this contest in your tweet. Here’s the link: http://wp.me/p1Znzg-3FD. Once you’re done, leave a comment here below and let us know that you’ve completed this action and also tell us what you love most about the circus!

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*Note, only new subscriptions count as an entry. If you’re already a subscriber, thanks! Try option #1 or #2.


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Contest ends on Sunday, July 22nd. Winners will be notified by email; the email you use to leave your comment below is the one that will be used for notification. ONE entry per person. ONE set of 4 tickets per family.

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