What’s more nostalgic than a day at the circus? Whether you’re looking to feel like a kid again—or you have kids of your own—the Vazquez Circus is the perfect show for everyone!
Circo Hermanos Vazquez was first founded in 1969 in Mexico City. It was the first show to present at the historical Zócalo, Mexico City’s main plaza, and has toured all parts of Central America and Mexico.
What began as a family dream, has since grown to be a major success thanks to dedication, hard work, and pure love for the circus!
And now, after more than 50 years, Circo Hermanos Vazquez (Circus Vazquez) has toured America—NYC is always the last leg of their national tour!
Crossing over from a primarily Latin based audience, Circus Vazquez’s thrilling performance can be experienced by an completely new demographic of viewers and listeners with their new show entirely in English.
From October 29-November 15, NYers can catch all the magic and adventure at Harlem River North Lot. And following its Bronx debut, the circus will later head to Citi Field in Queens from November 19 – December 12.
Visitors can expect nothing short of extraordinary entertainment! No longer including animals in their shows, watch world-class talent from astonishing balancing acts to daring tricks that will have you hanging off the edge of your seat.
See the new generation Vazquez family reinvent the conventional circus experience and don’t miss David Larible, a.k.a “the world’s greatest clown!”
After working up an appetite from all the excitement, guests can head to the concession stand to grab all their favorite circus snacks from popcorn, nachos, cotton candy, snow cones, churros, and more!
Visitors will save $10 by purchasing tickets online in advance rather than at the door. Children (ages 2-10) tickets are $25 and adult tickets are $35.
Proper sanitization and precautionary methods will be followed to ensure the health and safety of guests. “We still want for everyone to feel safe at our home. We must all continue to protect ourselves and our loved ones,” said Memo Vazquez.
Vaccinations cards are required to enter, and masks are recommended and social distancing will be practiced.