The Jordan Circus is coming all the way from the lights and action of Las Vegas to Cheyenne, Wyoming. Their Big Top brings all the fun of a traditional circus - trapeze, clowns, and even motorbike stunts - to Laramie County Community College this May. Here's what you need to know:

Jordan Circus Heads to Cheyenne

The Jordan Circus is a top-notch Big Top show. From clowns performing shenanigans to death-defying high-wire performances, the Jordan Circus keeps the tradition of the Circus alive and well. Acts include the Globe of Death, a mind-blowing motorcycle performance, juggling, quick change tricks, and more. The show rolls into town on May 3 and 4, 2024.

Are There Animals at the Jordan Circus?

Its acts feature animals like elephants and camels, the American Bison, and performing dogs.

Can Someone Ride an Elephant At Jordan Circus?

Elephant rides, camel rides, a bounce house, face painting, and photo opportunities are available at the Circus. Prices for activities vary.

How Much Are Tickets to the Circus?

Tickets range from $9.99 during the pre-sale (first 100 tickets sold) to $20 for adult general admission. Here's the ticket cost breakdown:

  • Pre-sale: $9.99 adults or children.
  • General Admission: $20 for adults; $10 for children 12 years and under.
  • Family 5 Pack: $34.99 (two adults; three children)

You can purchase tickets at the door or

Did You Know? 5 Fun Facts About Circuses

  1. The Circus's roots are in ancient Rome's Circus Maximus, the ring where horse racing took place.
  2. The first modern Circus is thought to have been founded by Philip Astley in 18th-century Britain.
  3. A floating circus once existed. The Floating Circus Palace had a  42-foot (12.8-meter) ring and accommodated 3,400 people. It floated along the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers in the mid-19th century until the Civil War started and ended the act.
  4. P.T. Barnum's Circus performed for Queen Victoria in 1844.
  5. Buffalo Bill had his own version of a circus that began in Wyoming. Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show featured performing animals, shooting exhibitions, horse performances, and more. The show once performed for Queen Victoria in 1887.

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