General information

For all general questions you can contact us using the email address below or the contact form on this page:

Box office

Get your tickets at the box office every show day between 12pm and 8pm.

Business / Marketing

For Media Outlets, TV shows and advertising contact our Marketing Director and Media Representatives through the contact details below.

Buy tickets online or at the box office

You can buy tickets online here or get your tickets at the box office!

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    We know you have questions about our show and covid-19, so please read this FAQ or reach out to us.

    Is the show open?

    Yes, the show is currently open and you can view our tour dates here or buy tickets here. If anything changes we will update this website ASAP.

    If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us through our contact page.

    Do I have to wear a mask?

    Circus Vargas stringently complies with all State and county guidelines and recommendations concerning the well-being of our audience, artists and employees.

    Multiple sanitation stations are provided for patrons’ convenience and proper cleaning and disinfecting of seats, railings and surfaces inside and outside of the Big Top are completed before and after every performance.

    We follow the most up to date city, state and counties mandates regarding masks.

    What happens if the show gets cancelled?

    If the show gets cancelled due to Covid-19 and you already bought tickets, your tickets will stay valid for the next show.

    Special assistance for visitors with a disability

    Yes, we have special assistance for people with disabilities. Please however call/email us before your visit so we can prepare and help you make your visit unforgettable! You can reach out to us here or call us at 877-468-3861.

    About Us

    Clifford E. Vargas (1924–1989) founded Circus Vargas in 1969. Circus Vargas at its peak was using the largest circus tent, the size of a football field.

    After the death of Clifford Vargas in 1989, Roland Kaiser and Joseph Muscarello, both longtime friends of Vargas, owned and ran Circus Vargas until their retirement. In 2005, Roland Kaiser's stepdaughter, Katya Arata Quiroga (née Arata) and husband Nelson Quiroga bought Circus Vargas.