Entertainment at Circus Circus Las Vegas
Circus Circus Las Vegas is definitely the latest bastion of kids entertainment on the Strip. Don’t get us wrong: you are not staying in a fantasy world build for kids; instead, you’ll be staying in a theme hotel build around busy casino and which offers a lot of fun things for the families.
With no lounges with live music, no concert halls, shows or comedians, Circus Circus Las Vegas focus on a single thing, which they do extremely well: circus acts.
Circus Circus Las Vegas is home to the World’s Largest Permanent Circus. Show times are every half hour from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every Wednesday and until midnight on weekends. You don’t need to make reservations and, best of all, it’s free to watch the shows.
The death-defying acts take place high above the casino floor and include jugglers, unicyclists, trapeze artists and acrobats. Each show takes about 10 minutes. There are only about 60 seats to be head so people are always scrambling to find a place to watch the show. However, there is also room to stand on the side of the stage. The shows take place on the center stage of the Carnival Midway.
Circus Acts at Circus Circus Las Vegas
African Acrobats International – the acrobats are originally from Kenya and they perform juggling, contortion, and human pyramid building.
The Flying Poemas – the Flying Trapeze is one of the most interesting acts in Circuses all over the world. These aerialists perform the triple somersault while blindfolded.
Artem Khomanko – is a juggler from Ukraine who performs everything from speed juggling to stilt walking.
Duo Joys – the husband and wife team from Bulgaria combines dance with strength lifting.
Maria – performs an interesting hand balancing contortion act.
Nikolai & Nina – the two Russians have created a magical show in which their costumes change colors and styles right in front of your very eyes.
Irina – the Russian solo aerialist performs suspended above the stage.
Danila Bim – originally from Brazil, she is an aerial sensation, performing in a ring suspended at one point high above the midway stage.