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Our family was invited to see Ringling Bros: Out Of This World at the All State Arena last week. It was the first time attending the circus so our expectations were high. The outing did not disappoint.


The show is being called the largest refresh in the brand’s nearly 150-year history. It is a multi-sensory show featuring immersive technology, an interactive, action-packed, and space-age storyline, and unbelievable performances by gravity-defying acrobats, majestic animals, and hilarious clowns.


“That’s fire!”


The show also features thrill skaters – and acts seamlessly transition from floor to air to ice, a feat never before done in Ringling Bros.


We had so many snacks while watching the show there was a sugar buzz for sure! Popcorn, cotton candy, soda and more.


The tigers looked fierce, but were behind a net.


Mr. Dude obviously and a blast and loved his new hat.

The show continues this week at the United Center in Chicago and ends on November 27. It’s a great family outing that we plan on attending again next time its in town.


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