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Great American Circus' big top in Hagatna

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - You may have noticed the huge big top tent at the Agana Shopping Center's parking lot. The Great American Circus is in town, having the infamous Wheel of Death, aerial ballerinas, Houdini and more.  And of course, no circus would be complete without lots of clowns!

Tickets are $12 for children between the ages of 2 and 12, $20 for anyone older than 12 and $30 for VIP seats. Tickets are available at all iConnect and Mobil gas stations. The first show will be at 1pm on Saturday and the circus will be in town until the 28th.

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