Circus in Highland Park


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  • The Somerset Patriots
    Five-time Atlantic League champions, the Somerset Patriots thrill crowds with heated pitches, home-run-making hits, and successful catches. With toughened players such as batting guru Daniel DeGeorge, the team racks up runs against its competition, intimidating enemies with its impressive stats and pi?ata-smashing abilities. Field-level box seats grant fans unobstructed views and are equipped with cup holders to accommodate purchased beverages and pet rocks wearing miniature baseball caps.
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    860 E Main St.
    Bridgewater, NJ US
  • Union County Performing Arts Center at Rahway
    The Union County Performing Arts Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation operating in the historic Rahway Theatre. Enjoying a prime location in Union County, UC PAC is dedicated to making this landmark theatre your choice for the performing arts and entertainment. With 1,300 seats, the Union County PAC is one of the
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    1601 Irving St.
    Rahway, NJ US
  • Bee N' Crafty
    Inside Bee N? Crafty?s kid-friendly studio, shelves of unpainted items await the painterly inspiration of brush-wielding guests. The customizable collection includes decorative pieces, such as figurines and coin banks, as well as functional items, including drinking and wine glasses. When they aren?t adding life to these scores of plaster pieces, guests can sharpen their creative instincts with beading projects, woodcrafts, and acrylic painting on canvas, or attend one of the monthly craft workshops. No matter the chosen medium, the studio accommodates both small groups and large parties, and welcomes guests to bring their own refreshments.
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    30 Olcott Sq
    Bernardsville, NJ US
  • Gin Blossoms
    The Mayo Performing Arts Center straddles time. While one foot is planted in the old-fashioned charm of the 1930s movie-palace golden age, the other is firmly in the tech-savvy modern day. Between is a stretch of history that saw the theatre fall into disrepair and then resurrect itself to its star-studded heyday thanks to volunteers. Since its 1994 rebirth, the center has welcomed everyone from the Kirov Orchestra of St. Petersburg to Ringo Starr and Aretha Franklin. But, if the Mayo Center were a tripod, its third foot would certainly reach toward the future—a suite of education studios is onsite to cultivate the next generation of performers.
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    100 South St.
    Morristown, NJ US
  • Feld Entertainment
    Three Stanley Cup championship banners hang from the rafters of the Prudential Center—a constant warning to visiting teams that the New Jersey Devils sit among the NHL's most elite organizations. Before landing in the Meadowlands, however, the Devils sharpened their pitchforks out west, beginning in Kansas City in 1974 before moving to Colorado two years later. Neither the Scouts nor the Rockies, respectively, managed a record above .500, making their hopes of growing playoff beards a dream as distant as bottle-rocket-propelled skates. In 1987, however, all that changed. In their sixth season in New Jersey, the Devils made the first of 21 postseason appearances in 23 years, sweeping the vaunted Detroit Red Wings in 1995 to win the franchise’s first Stanley Cup title and drape the first banner from the ceiling. During the Devils' 25th-anniversary season in 2006, fans voted that first finals victory as the top moment in franchise history, just barely eclipsing that time Phil landed a sweet parking spot 10 minutes before face-off.
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    165 Mulberry St
    Newark, NJ US
  • UniverSoul Circus
    Ranked among Ticketmaster's Top 25 Most Requested Family Events for five consecutive years, UniverSoul Circus grants an interactive spectacle of acrobatic stunts, dance, and comedy set to popular urban sounds. With its swirling lights and pulsing beats, the circus's resemblance to a blowout concert tour is no accident: production designer Tom Marzullo has created internationally touring stage shows for Justin Bieber, Jay-Z, and Prince. As hosts, a troupe of improv comics slip laughs in between the gasps and draw the crowd even closer into the action. Meanwhile, the production makes jaws drop farther with trained elephants, illusions featuring a live tiger, a head-balancing act from Vietnam, and female contortionists from Ethiopia. These make up just a few of the globally sourced performers, others of whom hail from locales as diverse as Colombia, South Africa, Russia, and Trinidad and Tobago.
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    430 Broad St
    Newark, NJ US