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FTW: Circus Oz – From The Ground Up tickets giveaway

FTW: Two Double Passes to Circus Oz – From the ground up is up for grabs! Even after 30 years of international touring, Australia’s famous circus company continues to enthrall audiences with their brand new show, From The Ground Up.

Circus Oz’s ‘From The Ground Up’ will be showing at the Circus Oz Big Top in Melbourne from June 20 to July 15, 2012. Tickets range from $30 to $82.50. We’re giving 2 lucky Meld readers double passes each.

For your chance to win, share with us in the comments section below, what you like about the circus experience. Remember to provide your real name and email address so we can get in touch with you.

The competition closes June 9 and is only open to those living, studying or working in Victoria. Winners will be picked in a random draw and announced via email on June 10. Passes are for the show on Wednesday 27th June 2012 at 7.30pm.

Good luck!

To find out more about the show, check out our article.

For more info on Circus Oz, check out their website.

To purchase tickets, head over to ticketmaster.com

Check out Circus Oz’s Promo for their show last year, Steampowered.

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20 Responses to “FTW: Circus Oz – From The Ground Up tickets giveaway”

  1. shwu says:

    reminds me of my childhood

  2. m lai says:

    Good to see the performers able to do their arcobats with no animals

  3. j barrett says:

    I fnd the circus really exciting and I admire the skills of the artists. Also circus OZ is smart and funny and I’m glad that they don’t use animals

  4. Karen says:

    The circus can often be the first time you see a live performance, you get taken has a youngster. It’s amazing how everyone is dubious of the clowns,

  5. K Wallace says:

    The captivating atmosphere, the enthralling edge of your seat terror of the trapese and acrobats, the humor of the clowns and the fact that you feel transported back to your childhood.

  6. Sharon Thompson says:

    My 14 year old is already juggling after hours of practice, seeing this circus would inspire her!

  7. Ross says:

    I just love watching my kids experiencing the circus for the first time.

  8. Rachel Cameron says:

    In a great big tent,
    Lies a happy event,
    Clowns with big shoes,
    Laughter and ooh’s,
    Thru the air with ease,
    Acrobats on trapeze,
    People clap and cheer,
    When the circus is here!

  9. Jane Harris says:

    When it comes to family fun that will not only entertain my 3 year old son but keep us parents glued to their seats too Circus Oz can’t be beaten!

  10. Michelle Sherriff says:

    I would really love to live that old cliche of running away to join the circus! Maybe I should scrub up on my juggling skills first!

  11. Judy P says:

    I love the drama of it all… just never not knowing what is going to happen next!

  12. jenny patrizio says:

    it’s reminds my mum of when she was little and she used to go with her father

  13. Ian Lau says:

    never been to a live before always wanted to experience one. XD

  14. Effie Bakkalis says:

    I love the adrenalin and excitement I feel when I watch the acrobats on the trapeze – I really admire their composure and focus while up so high!!

  15. Fiona Chen says:

    I love circus because it gives me a chance to take my kids to something that they love and enjoy.

  16. John Taing says:

    I love going to the circus, it really excites me.

  17. Anthony Taing says:

    I have never been to a circus. I am six. I want to go to the circus because it is fun.

  18. Jane Lau says:

    The amazement and respect for the talents before you that always leaves you at the edge of your seat with your heart pounding.

  19. James Hutauruk says:

    I had my first kiss while watching a circus performance

  20. Emily Lawes says:

    Smiling faces and laughter is the sound,
    Into a magical tent where a wonderland can be found.
    Funny people and cotton candy everywhere,
    Walking on their hands and flying through the air.
    The happy place where your imagination could run wild,
    The place that no matter how old you are its still ok to be a child!

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