Happy’s Cicus is coming to Convoy in the Park for the first time, with four performances on Sunday 22 July at the celebration of all things trucks and trucking at Donington Park.

Established in 1992, Happy’s Circus is a family run big top circus with 600 seats (and no animals). Its show is designed to appeal to children of all ages, as well as adults, with tons of laughter and plenty of audience participation.

The show promises an exciting fusion of international artists featuring circus skills such as aerial straps, diablo dexterity, corde lisse, juggling, aerial hoop, aerial silks, foot juggling and so much more.

There are four 45 minute performances taking place at Convoy in the Park on Sunday 22 July starting at 12.30pm then 1.45pm, 4.00pm & 5.15pm.

All seating is allocated on a first come first served basis, so the advice is to arrive 20 minutes before the performance. However, all 250 seats in the first four rows are reserved for children only.

Convoy in the Park is the ultimate festival celebrating trucks, drivers and life on the road. At the event, there will be a full programme of racing, including the 5th round of the British Truck Racing Championship. Off-track, there will be live music, more than 1000 show trucks, and a range of entertainment for all the family.

For more information on Convoy in the Park, and to book tickets, go to: www.convoyinthepark.com

This article was first published on Truckanddriver.co.uk

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