Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus FUNnundrum in Raleigh

Some childhood memories are vivid.  One Summer night, in New Orleans, our parents took us to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, the Greatest Show on Earth.  It was truly a magical night. I remember how enormous the elephants were.  And I was intrigued with the trapeze artists.  How on earth did they stay up there and move so quickly.  

Now the 

is coming to Raleigh, North Carolina!  

Comes to life in a way that can only be inspired by the greatest showman who ever lived.

Sit on the edge of your seat as a rip-roaring motorcycle troupe braves fear and physics in the 16-foot Spherical Miracle.  Height-seeking high-wire artists perform 40 feet in the air, all while at a 45 degree angle.  Body Benders use their bodies in the ultimate test to see how far the human body can be pushed in a mind-blowing world of distortion and contortion.    

Just as the Ringling Bros.® train keeps traveling from city to city, Barnum’s FUNundrum! keeps the energy going as each extraordinary act blends thrills and contemporary spectacle to over deliver a heart-racing experience that, until now, was beyond imagination!  

At Barnum’s FUNundrum!, the funtastic and funbelievable experience answers the FUNundrum!  “What wonders create The Greatest Show On Earth?”

A link to more information, a show schedule, and how to purchase tickets can be found here http://www.ticketmaster.com/venueartist/115097/1362863 

Or here at Raleigh's RBC Center.  

We are offering a Discount that is a flat $12 price for tickets in the $23 and $15 price levels. 

The code is “MBLOG11” and is good for Thursday night and both shows on Sunday.  

Look at all the fun you can see.  You too can take your children to enjoy a memory of a life time!  

Who's going?!  Have you seen the Ringling Bros. before 

Warmly,   Carolina Mama

1 comment:

MountainMan said...

I have very fond memories myself of going to see this awesome show in Denver, CO one year. It was truly amazing, I can't wait to see what they are doing 25 years later. Oops, dating myself a little :)