Union Square, San Francisco: here comes the circus
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. — World travelers who will be in San Francisco, or just those who live here, should know that the circus will be back in town.
Back in Union Square to be exact.
Even better, the show will go on for 2 hours at lunchtime and it will be free.
The website says there will be entertainment “for children and adults alike with a rollicking lunchtime look at its newest circus production, Fully Charged!”
The circus performers, says San Francisco’s news station, ABC 7, “will rotate through a rousing set of circus acts and precision stunts, side-show gags, and of course frolics by clowns from the world famous Ringling Bros. Clown Alley.”
There will be free face-painting and those fun balloon animals, as well as free circus snacks (popcorn and cotton candy), rubber clown noses and several other prizes for adults and children, while supplies last.
Don’t miss the chance to win a family four-pack of tickets to the circus show!
All this will be happening on Friday, September 2nd from 11:30am – 1:30pm at Union Square in San Francisco.
Visitors who fly in will come via SFO International Airport. Deals can be found online at www.kayak.com. Those who live here can get to Union Square using public transport or by using Google maps.
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