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Akdar Shrine Circus
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Akdar Shrine Circus

Akdar Shrine Circus

Akdar Shrine Circus

Akdar Shrine Circus

Tulsa Fairgrounds Pavilion at Expo Square

Thursday, February 27th-Sunday March 2nd

Click HERE to buy tickets online

Let the magic of the circus take over your senses! From our novelties that light up the pavilion when the lights go out, to elephant rides, face painting, camel and pony rides to the spectacular, breathtaking circus acts everyone can enjoy. Laugh with the hysterical clowns and be amazed by the gravity-defying trapeze artists, larger-than-life elephants, dazzling jugglers, motorcycle daredevils, and magnificent but treacherous tigers. Don’t miss out on this annual tradition!

CIRCUS ACTS
The one and only Shrine Circus Clowns
Magic Transformations - Stunning changes that will leave you wondering . . .
Amazing Animal Antics
The Aerial Ballet - Beauty, Grace, and Daring High in the Sky
The Wheel of Destiny - the epitome of dangerous exploits
The Flying Trapeze
Larger than Life Performing Elephants
Motorcycle Daredevil Jump
Russian Swing - High energy and high flying
3 Ring Display of Split Second Juggling
Unbridled unrivaled - the circus cats

Schedule & Tickets
 
BRING THE FAMILY AND ENJOY THE CIRCUS WITH A PURPOSE.
SHOWTIMES (THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 - SUNDAY, MARCH 2)

Thursday, February 27th
6:30 pm

Friday, Febuary 28th
4:00 pm & 7:30 pm

Saturday, March 1st
10:00 am, 2:00 pm, & 6:30 pm

Sunday, March 2nd
10:00 am, 2:00 pm, & 6:30 pm

TICKET PRICES
General Admission tickets at the door
Adults $16.00, Children 12 & under: $8.00

Floor Reserved Seating
Adults $21.00, Children 12 & under: $13.00

Upper Level Reserved Seating
Adults $19.00, Children 12 & under: $11.00

WAYS TO PURCHASE SHRINE CIRCUS TICKETS

Contact Sam Silvers
By Phone: Call 918.836.2524
At the Box Office (Expo Square): 918.376.6000
Purchase tickets online HERE

PLEASE NOTE
When ordering tickets, please indicate whether a ticket holder uses a wheelchair or requires special assistance, and we will do our best to accommodate their needs. In such situations we will have room for only one other person to sit with that ticket holder.

Proceeds are for the benefit of Akdar Shriners activities. Payments are not deductible as charitable contributions.
 
Akdar Shriners is an organization that attracts men from all walks of life: truck drivers, dentists, contractors, heads of state, movie stars, generals, clergymen, accountants, and others. Shriners share a Masonic heritage: each is a Master Mason in the Freemasonry Fraternity and Freemasonry is the oldest and the largest fraternal order in the world. It is a universal brotherhood of men dedicated to serving God, family, fellowman, and country.

There are approximately 310,000 Shriners worldwide with more than 1,500 members in the Akdar Shrine Center in Northeast Oklahoma. Shriners gather in one of 195 Shrine Centers, or chapters, throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, The Philippines, The Republic of Panama, and Europe.

The Shrine Circus is a vital institution bringing quality entertainment to over 120 cities each year. The first Shrine Circus each year is usually in Flint, Michigan in January. Then there is at least one Shrine Circus each week until late November.

The circus and the Shrine are a natural combination. Shriners are fun-loving men devoted to raising money to support their cause, and the circus is an institution designed specifically to entertain -- with a bent toward children. In fact many Shrine Circuses include Shriners as clowns and musicians. Shriners also have a great deal of fun participating in parades and other community events in many towns around and in Tulsa.

If you are interested in enjoying the great fellowship that comes with membership as an Akdar Shriner, please see our website HERE or call our Shrine Center at 918-836-2500. We are located at 2808 South Sheridan Road in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

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