Royal Canadian International Circus 2023 | Fun Summer Family Entertainment

The Royal Canadian International Circus (RCIC) is thrilled to announce its return in 2023 with a brand-new spectacular spectacle. The tour will begin by putting up the Big Top in Minneapolis, MN, at the Mall of America on April 13th. It has 198 events planned across Canada in addition to in the United States, and tickets can be purchased on Our secured online site.

There’s nothing quite like being beneath the Big Top with your whole family, no matter how old, and taking in an exciting, old-fashioned circus spectacle. This Royal Canadian Circus is considered a fun family event for everyone. It features a variety of shows that are thrilling as well as thrilling and suitable for everyone of all age groups. Acrobatics circus acts, thrills and feats of skill offer an experience that all members of the family enjoy. It’s not available in the modern world.

The circus will be visiting the following cities: Minneapolis, Surrey, Vancouver, Richmond, Calgary, Edmonton, Etobicoke, Brampton, Pickering, Scarborough, and Mississauga. Two additional locations have been included in the itinerary, including the American Dream Mall in New Jersey as well as Peachtree Mall in Georgia. Peachtree Mall is located in Columbus, Georgia.

Our performers and our ringmaster extraordinaire, Joseph Dominik Bauer, are excited to offer both adults and children alike an insight into the traditional world of the 10th generation of circus families perform for families, and everyone is able to have a fun and affordable experience all together, regardless of the age. Due to our relentless pursuit to provide the highest quality, we guarantee that you will enjoy attending this enjoyable, family-friendly summer event.

List of Performers at the 2023 RCIC Show

The Royal Canadian International Circus (RCIC) is thrilled to welcome back familiar faces to its 2023 show, which will be a brand-new spectacle. In addition, there will be many new performers on the Big Top who will join our amazing, multi-cultural, highly talented group of performers.

  • Opening Ceremony
  • Joseph Dominik Bauer, our Ringmaster and Daredevil Extraordinaire
  • Hubert & Camilla Dominguez Crossbow Thrill Act (new)
  • Claudia Alvarez Bauer from Mexico
  • African Bone Breakers, a Contortionist Troupe from the 2020 Season of America’s Got Talent (new)
  • Nilson Escobar from Peru (new)
  • Maria Emilia Chemeno from Argentina (new)
  • Fernandez Globe of Death from Mexico (new)
  • TZ Aerialists
  • the Guerrero High Wire Troupe from Columbia (new)
  • Finale

Visit the page for Performers to find out more information about our performers and their incredible talents.

Take a Virtual Tour of Royal Canadian International Circus’ Big Top

Are you still not convinced to go to this year’s Royal Canadian International Circus? We encourage you to watch this online tour. The video provides an insight into the look of the circus within The Big Top! It lets you see the chaos from different angles and feel like that you’re actually there!

Royal Canadian International Circus (RCIC) Acts Exclude Exotic and Endangered Animals

One of the common questions we receive frequently is whether our circus has exotic or endangered animal species within any of our shows. Be sure that RCIC has no endangered or alien species or animals in its shows or our shows. We switched to our current and present format six years ago, and we received 94% positive feedback from our surveys after the show. We hope that you join us as well.

Fun Summer Family Entertainment | Royal Canadian International Circus | Purchase Tickets Online

Don’t miss this exciting family event for the summer! Please buy your tickets on the internet before they sell out. You can also purchase your tickets by visiting the Big Top box office and some local outlets. It is possible to buy tickets in person at the Big Top office, which is open every day of the show from 10:00 am to 08:00 p.m.

While ATMs are on-site, however, all transactions made at the Big Top box office are cash-only. Additionally, ticket office prices could be slightly higher than online prices.

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