- $25 for one ticket to Circus Oz (up to $45 value)
- When: February 5–7
- Where: The Moore Theatre
- Seating: orchestra B
- Door time: 90 minutes before showtime
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Click here to view the seating chart
Born in Melbourne in 1978, Circus Oz is an animal-free troupe that performs all the death-defying stunts and astounding feats of Cirque de Soleil. But they undercut the spectacle with a dose of irreverent Australian humor. The motley band of tumblers, tightrope-walkers, foot-jugglers, magicians, and acrobats favor leather pants, Viking helmets, and wild facial hair over spangly Lycra unitards—giving the circus a wondrously raw feel, like a steampunk Victorian circus comprised of Mad Max extras. Over the course of two hours, the ringleader will unfold a cheeky phantasmagoria of trapeze artists, roller discos, bicycles overflowing with 11 riders, two men balanced atop the shoulders of a single woman, and a mysterious event known only as “the senior citizens’ hour of power.” An off-kilter brass band (complete with a tiny tricycle organ) replaces the typical cirque’s New Age mood music with joyous rock and roll.
Circus Oz has traveled the world and dazzled audiences in 26 countries across five continents—all while raising money for social justice charities and indigenous communities.