Silvers Circus Ticket Giveaway

Established in 1976, Silvers Circus provides world class family entertainment and fun. Silvers Circus is a household name in Australia and after almost forty years on the road has evolved into one of the Top 10 Circuses of the World. Silvers maintains all the sparkle, glamour and death defying acts expected of Australia’s premier circus, dedicated to constant innovation and modernisation with extraordinary artists continually arriving from all parts of the world. Silvers circus presents a line up of stunning international artists, Las Vegas style illusions and captivating production techniques.


This two hour spectacular features the Wheel of Steel, The Globe of Death, Hoola Hoops, Clowns, The Roman Rings, and many more world class acts, lead by Ringmaster and Master of Illusion, Simon Tait.

Silvers Circus is heading to a location near you!

Kyabram Showgrounds – Wednesday 1st March – Sunday 5th March
Echuca East Recreation Reserve – Wednesday 8th March – Sunday 13th March
Deniliquin – Memorial Park Showgrounds – Wednesday 8th March – Sunday 13th March

We have THREE family passes to give away (each valued at $140) at the above location and performance of your choice. To celebrate we’re mixing things up a bit by giving you not one, not two but THREE chances to win!

To Enter via Email:

Send an email to COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED with the answer to the following question:

What act are you most looking forward to seeing at Silvers Circus?

To Enter via WordPress:

Leave a comment COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED and answer the following question:

What act are you most looking forward to seeing at Silvers Circus?

To Enter via Facebook:

Head to COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED with answer the following question:

What act are you most looking forward to seeing at Silvers Circus?


  • Competition closes on Sunday February 26th at 5pm AEST.
  • Three entries (email, wordpress and facebook) allowed per person.
  • The winners will be announced on Monday February 27th, and the winners contacted. If the prizes are not claimed by Wednesday March 1st, a new winner will be chosen.
  • To claim the prize, the winner must disclose their full name. These details will only be shared with the PR agency who will organise your pass to be collected at the box office on the day of the performance.
  • The prize includes a family pass to Silvers Circus at one of the three locations – Kyabram Showgrounds, Echuca East Recreation Reserve or Deniliquin Memorial Park Showgrounds at the performance of the winner’s choosing. Any accommodation, food, travel or any other expenses required are not included in the prize win.

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