This is your last chance to catch The Greatest Show on Earth before it closes forever! We have purchased a block of tickets in section 110 for our group to enjoy this show together. The group will meet in front of the Barclay's Center at 6:30pm Then head in for food drinks and the show!What to expect? Meet the group in front of the grassy area that covers the subway entrance at the corner of Atlantic and Flatbush Avenue at 6:30pm. Dave your host will have your tickets and guide you to your seats.
Can I come alone? Yes 98% of those attending will be coming on their own.
Can I bring kids? We won't stop you but this event is really for BIG kids like us!
Dress code: business casual/Clown Suites if you have one
Where are the tickets? Section 110 row 6 & 7. That is one level up in the corner of the arena.
About the show:
Prepare to blast off on an intergalactic adventure for space-age fun! Launch into the future with Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Presents Out Of This World™. Take the helm to join the Circus Space Fleet on a heroic quest of good versus evil that will let imaginations run wild with unexpected surprises and thrills at every turn. You will be amazed by this cosmic voyage as you discover the wonders of gravity-defying acrobats, orbital aerialists, majestic animals, fearless daredevils and humorous clowns.
Cost $35 includes ticket fee, service charge and organizer ticket. $30 for VIP members
Please note that it has been brought to our attention that there have been documented cases of animal abuse in the practice of using live animals for all forms of entertainment purposes including Movies, TV Shows, Live Stage & Circus. Due to mounting public pressure Ringling Brothers phased out their elephants recently and has created an Elephant Sanctuary in Florida. Other animals such as Lions and Tigers continue to be part of the show and will be sent to sanctuaries after the circus closes next month.
It was not our intention when posting this event to promote cruelty to animals and we are happy to learn of all the steps that have been taken in recent years to make sure that the safety of the performing animals has improved and there is still more that needs to be done. The funds that you spend on these tickets will go to help support the programs created for the animals after the circus closes, the final paychecks for the performers and trainers and the net proceeds from the sale of the seats will be donated to The ASPCA.
To read more about the elephants and performing animals go to http://www.washingtonpost.com/sf/style/2016/10/27/the-big-exit/