San Diegans love when two things happen. They get together in a community place. And, Circus Vargas shows up.
The top class traveling circus is currently set up for magical shows at the Mira Mesa Community Park just off Mira Mesa Boulevard on the northside. Asking the circus to come in to the community, and take up empty grass an dirt on a park field, enlivens the spirits during the circusgoers experiences in the tented escape.
Darkness inside the Circus Vargas tent tells at visitor there is an opportunity for a family to find the spectacular show they wish.
Locals have counted on the enterprise to give them a main event at a public place they walk through regularly but do not always remember ho important the space in the outdoor is to the community.
One, two, and the props turn the property into a grounds for a round of made up productions. The possibilities are as infinite as they come. San Diegans can pay for the main event, or ask for a corporate event, even a fundraiser.
Nothing is run of the mill.
Circus Vargas is a repeat San Diego performance performed by the Tabares entertainment company. The local circus story began in March at the El Cajon Westfield Parkway mall on the 7th. Men and women of the straw in the artists' festive world filled with talent made the most of the first show in Mira Mesa on Thursday night the 14th at 7:30 pm. Mira Mesa surprises end on Monday the 18th. The truck fleet carrying the ringmaster's and the illusionist's works moves on to place on the Highway 78 path at Vista Village Drive on the 21st. And, then, show workers will stake out the community crossing at the Temecula Promenade for the final opening show in San Diego on the 4th of April.
Then, a hit show that transforms reality at familiar pace in a community into a breathtaking picture, moves on.
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