Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Circus XTREME – Giveaway

a circus xtremeIt’s February which means that we’re getting ready for one of my favorite events in Cincinnati. Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is coming to town!!! My family wouldn’t miss the excitement for anything.

“Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey® Presents Circus XTREME – it’s time for your family to be amazed by all the X-TRAORDINARY things you know and love about America’s favorite live family entertainment experience. Be astonished by UN-XPECTED circus spectacles you’ve never seen before and that can’t be seen anywhere else but at The Greatest Show On Earth® . Get ready for an X-HILARATING adventure with X-TRAORDINARY circus artists and magnificent X-OTICanimals! It’s time to awaken the spirit of Children Of All Ages and stir the imagination of your family! Ringling Bros.® Presents Circus XTREME it’s time to have XTREME fun with your family! Get your tickets today!”

Keep in mind that this is it. It’s the last time ever the elephants are going to be in Cincinnati before officially retiring to the Center for Elephant Conservation in sunny Florida.

I’m so pleased to be able to help promote this event. It truly is a family friendly event. One I hope every family gets to experience together at least one time. To help make it happen, keep on reading for my ticket giveaway below.

First, though, here’s important information about the show:

When: March 3-6, 2016 (March 3 – 7 pm/ March 4 – 3 pm OR 7 pm/ March 5 – 11 am, 3 pm OR 7 pm/ March 6 – 1 pm OR 5 pm)
Where: US Bank Arena
Best Price: Opening night tickets are just $15! Purchase them here.

Show this video to your kids, and they’ll fall in love with these great, fun, non-scary clowns:

So are you in? I know I am. Would you like a chance to win tickets to the opening night show? Then here’s how you can enter to win a family four pack of tickets to see the opening night performance on March 3 at 7 pm. You must be 18 years or older to enter; and you must reside in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Tickets will be available at Will Call — a valid ID is required in order to pick up your tickets. Here’s FOUR chances to win (please leave a comment for each entry as the winner is chosen automatically by the WP Plugin “And The Winner Is”):

1. Leave a comment below answering this trivia question: How long is the “circus train”?

2. Like Ringing Bros… on Facebook and leave a comment letting me know.

4. Sign up to receive the LWAA Newsletter.

5. Like LWAA on Facebook.

The winner will be chosen by noon on Wednesday, February 23. Winners have 24 hours to respond once contacted via email or another winner will be drawn. If you win, I hope you come to the show wearing a cape. 

 I am a Feld Fam­ily Ambas­sador, and in exchange for my time and efforts in attend­ing shows and report­ing my opin­ion within this blog, as well as keep­ing you advised of the lat­est dis­count offers, Feld Enter­tain­ment has pro­vided me with com­pli­men­tary tick­ets to Feld shows and oppor­tu­ni­ties to attend pri­vate Feld pre-Show events.

30 thoughts on “Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Circus XTREME – Giveaway

  1. And here’s what i found out about the circus trains….
    Ringling Bros. is divided into two simultaneously traveling unit trains: the Red Unit and the Blue Unit.

    Red Unit: 55 cars, 3,985 tons and 4,877 feet long

    Blue Unit: 56 cars, 4,055 tons and 4,959 feet

  2. Red Unit: 55 cars, 3,985 tons and 4,877 feet long
    Blue Unit: 56 cars, 4,055 tons and 4,959 feet
    Liked Ringling Bros & LWAA on FB and signed up for newsletter.

  3. There are two trains that run! Those are some long trains! I can’t believe the train tradition has been going since 1830’s!
    Red Unit: 55 cars, 3,985 tons and 4,877 feet long
    Blue Unit: 56 cars, 4,055 tons and 4,959 feet

  4. Red Unit: 55 cars, 3,985 tons and 4,877 feet long
    Blue Unit: 56 cars, 4,055 tons and 4,959 feet

  5. Red Unit: 55 cars, 3,985 tons and 4,877 feet long

    Average number of miles traveled by train in the last six years: 16,378

    Blue Unit: 56 cars, 4,055 tons and 4,959 feet

    Average number of miles traveled by train in the last six years: 16,265

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