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Cole Bros. Circus visits Hattiesburg

Photo Credit: Cole Bros Circus Photo Credit: Cole Bros Circus
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

This is a news release from Cole Bros. Circus.

The dynamic hundred and 30th anniversary edition of Cole Bros. Circus celebrates both the greatest acts from circus history and the rising stars of the American circus. Elephants and acrobats White Tigers and Teeter Board tumblers all take their turns in the spotlight. From Guatemala The Amazing Angels of the Air leave audiences breathless as they soar high above the ring on the flying trapeze. Motorcycle daredevils risk life and limb at breakneck speeds in The Thunder Drome, with the funny Cole Bros. clowns arriving in the neck of time provide comic. And the legendary Human Cannonball adds an explosive finish every show.

Cole brothers circus remains amazingly affordable for the entire family with free tickets for children under 12 available and adult tickets priced from $16 to $28 discount tickets available at Banana Peel Consignment 560 Weathersby Rd Suite 100 Hattiesburg or www.GoToTheCircus.com

 

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