The Big Apple Circus Show Luminocity is coming to Boston starting Tuesday March 25 through Sunday, May 11, 2014 on Boston’s City Hall Plaza. Performers from all over the world will be starring in the show. Here’s a description of the show:
Venture within the hubbub at the heart of Gotham, where the restless tide of humanity rushes through canyons of skyscrapers and shoals of billboards: The dog-walker, whose rowdy pups perform amazing tricks! Businesswomen who arrange to meet, soaring high above on a double trapeze! The rube, a clown-prince among peers, celebrating the mirth of life! Revelry at New Year’s Eve, with teeter-board acrobats flying like fireworks! and a chic couple of wire-walkers suspended mid-air for the event! The humble repairman, climbing the ladder of his imagination! The mounted policewoman, directing a cavalcade of steeds! The flimflam man with his quicksilver moves! The food cart vendor, juggling his produce! Construction workers assembling athletic poses of incredible strength! The celebrated Big Apple Circus Band, under the baton of maestro Rob Slowik, provides the lively musical soundtrack, and your cosmopolitan Ringmaster, John Kennedy Kane, will conduct your tour through this luminous cityscape. Run away and join the Big Apple Circus this season for a dazzling, unforgettable spectacle of wonder, merriment and joy!
Performances of LUMINOCITY begin on Tuesday, March 25 and run for 72 shows through Sunday, May 11 under the Big Top at 1 City Hall Plaza (Government Center), Boston, MA 02201. Tickets for LUMINOCITY start at $20 and are available at www.bigapplecircus.org or by calling (888) 541-3750. Premium seating at $100 is available for all Saturday, Sunday, Patriots’ Week, and Good Friday shows. The Circus Box Office, located in front of the Big Top, opens Monday, March 24; there is no service charge for tickets purchased at the box office. Hours of operation: Tuesday through Saturday from 10 AM to 8 PM, and Sunday through Monday from 10 AM to 6 PM. The Big Top is heated in cold weather, and air-conditioned when it’s warm, for all–season comfort! The show runs for 2 hours, including a 15 minute intermission. For more ticket information, group sales, inquiries about wheelchair–accessible seating or for additional information please call the Ticket Info Line at (800) 922-3772.
The show runs two hours, including one intermission. Reminder that the Government Center stop on the MBTA Green Line is closed for construction. Leave extra time if you’re taking the T.
Thanks to the wonderful folks at Big Apple Circle, Family Friendly Boston is giving away a Family 4 Pack of tickets for the 4.30 PM show on Saturday, March 29, 2014! Enter below for a chance to win!