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Shrine Circus roars into town with two performances
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The Shrine Circus will arrive in Beeville Wednesday. Two performances are planned. Performers from 15 countries will dazzle circus fans with new, amazing feats in the biggest and best Shrine Circus ever.
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BEEVILLE – The Bee County Expo Center Arena 1 will roar to life on Wednesday, Sept. 14, with tigers, elephants and dramatic daredevils as the legendary Shrine Circus rolls into Beeville for a dual performance in one day.

Performers from 15 countries will dazzle circus fans with new, amazing feats in the biggest and best Shrine Circus ever.

The Shriners offer affordable family entertainment, and “BOGO” (buy one, get one) coupons are available at www.2011circus.com in publications and locations throughout the community. Tickets are $14 (for children 12 and under) and $16 for adults. More details on show times and tickets are available at the website. Tickets may be purchased at the venue one hour prior to show time. Shows begin at 4:30 and 7:30 p.m.

The only interactive circus in the world, this year’s show includes the opportunity of a lifetime, as audience members are welcomed into the circus rings before, during intermission and after the circus to meet the stars, ride ponies and elephants, and take photographs.

The Shrine Circus is a fundraising event for the Al Amin Shriners, and helps to promote philanthropy and civic service in the community. For more information on Al Amin Shrine, visit www.alamintemple.org. Net proceeds from the Shrine Circus benefit the Al Amin Shrine, and are not tax deductible as charitable contributions.

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