The Moolah Shrine Circus returns to the Family Arena in St. Charles March 20-23. This family-friendly show provides tons of exciting entertainment for kids of all ages.
Each year, St. Louisans are privileged to experience such top-quality entertainers. The Shrine Circus features trapeze artists, motorcycle stunts, lion and tiger tamers, elephant tricks, a beautiful performance of white stallions, lots of clowns to make you laugh, and much more.
The Shrine Circus is also unique in that it lets children meet the elephants up close and even take a ride on the enormous, magnificent animals.
There are 8 shows to choose from between March 20 and 23, and you can also bring the kids out to historic St. Charles at noon on March 8, for a parade to kick off the circus. There will be live music, creative floats and, of course, the famous little Shriner cars. The parade runs from N. Riverside Drive to the Lewis & Clark Boat House at Boonslick Road.
Circus tickets run from $15 to $38, and free children’s tickets will be made available through the Shrine Circus website.
For more information, call 888-966-6524 ext 100 or visit the Moolah Shrine Circus online.
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