Since the tent went up in Westhampton Beach, tickets sales have gone through the roof with both Saturday performances selling out over the weekend, according to the , which is hosting the show.
But, while tickets are sold out for both Saturday performances, the center said tickets are still available for Friday and Saturday performances, including ones at 7 p.m. on Friday and 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday.
The single-ring circus graced Westhampton Beach last summer for the first time with tickets selling out three days before the show.
The circus, which started in 1842 in Italy with a French clown and a Hungarian equestrian ballerina, features clown, dog, trapeze and many more acts. The tent seats between 600 and 700 people and circus family members say that no audience member is more than 20 feet from the action.
Tickets are $50 and $25 and can be purchased on WHBPAC's website.
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