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A new circus is coming to Miami. The Venardos Circus reinvents the American circus tradition for a new generation. Created by former Ringling Bros. ringmaster Kevin Venardos, the Venardos Circus combines world-class circus arts with Broadway music.

Slip under the big top, and you can see see aerialists, acrobats, juggling and daredevil acts from around the world, plus Broadway-style singing and dancing, all under the control of a bilingual ringmaster who shares insights in English and Spanish.

The Venardos Circus is coming to The Palms at Town & Country, Miami with an all-new production, from Jan. 29-Feb. 16, 2020. The address is 8268 Mills Drive, Miami, FL 33183

We found a deal that will get you one-third off general admission tickets to the show. That means that a $27.50 ticket is only $16.50, until all the discount tickets are sold. That price includes fees.

Get $27.50 tickets for $16.50 from Goldstar.




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