CRESTVIEW — The Loomis Brothers Circus is returning to the Hub City for the fourth year.


CRESTVIEW — The Loomis Brothers Circus is returning to the Hub City for the fourth year.



The Main Street Crestview Association sponsors the annual event, which brings specialty animal acts, acrobatics and carnival food to Spanish Trail Park.



The show includes elephant balancing performances, an "aerial princess" unafraid of heights, a man facing Bengal and royal white tigers and a circus clown, according to its Facebook page.



“This is one of our three major (Main Street) events in the fall, including the Fall Festival and Christmas parade," Main Street member Cal Zethmayr said.



A portion of proceeds from ticket sales help fund Main Street association events including the Christmas parade, Fall Festival and Veterans Day parade.



A family with four children can save $42 over the gate price by buying advance tickets and using coupons valid for two free child tickets per adult purchase, Zethmayr said.



Coupons are available at select Crestview businesses, including the News Bulletin's 638 N. Ferdon Blvd. office.



WANT TO GO?



WHAT:Loomis Brothers Circus



WHEN:7 p.m. Friday; 1, 4 and 7 p.m. Saturday; 3 and 7 p.m. Sunday; and 4:30 and 7:30 p.m. Monday



WHERE:Spanish Trail Park, 345 Stillwell Blvd., at the corner of Industrial Drive, in Crestview



COST:$10 advance; $15 adult, $8 children at the gate; and two children enter free with coupon available at the News Bulletin's office and select area businesses



NOTES:Gates open one hour before show time



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