Circus Vargas works hard to make sure you’re safe during covid-19. We always follow mandatory guidelines and take care of our visitor’s and employee’s safety. If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us.
The safety of our visitors and employees is a top priority at Circus Vargas
We know you have questions about our show and covid-19, so please read this FAQ or reach out to us.
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.
If the show gets cancelled due to Covid-19 and you already bought tickets, your tickets will stay valid for the next show.
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.
Circus Vargas 2022
Watch our 2022 production trailer about the Circus Vargas Express.
"This show was absolutely amazing. It was really fun for the whole family. There were no animals, but lots of cool acts. I would definitely watch it again, and I definitely recommend it. It is affordable and fun for ALL ages."
"It was my kids first circus and let me tell you, it's an experience they will never forget!"
"The performances were amazing, I ended up more excited than my three-year old. Awesome first circus experience for her. Would totally go again!"