Showing posts with label RINGLING BROTHERS. Show all posts
Showing posts with label RINGLING BROTHERS. Show all posts

Monday, June 17, 2013

IAN ZIERING VISITS FAMED CIRCUS WITH FAMILY

Ian Ziering With Family




Ian Ziering celebrated Father’s Day at Ringling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey Circus presents Built to Amaze! at the Thomas & Mack Center. Ian, his wife, Erin, and daughter Mia (2) are pictured feeding two of the seven elephants featured in the show. (Not pictured – their 6-week old daughter, Penna.) Ziering is currently the celebrity guest star in the Las Vegas production of Chippendales at the Rio All-Suites Hotel & Casino.



Photo Courtesy Of: Feld Entertainment

Thursday, March 21, 2013

RINGLING BROS. AND BARNUM & BAILEY CIRCUS

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THE CIRCUS IN BROOKLYN
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Debi Mazar



Jamie Hector



Grizz Chapman



Rebecca Gayheart And Eric Dane



Sammi Giancola And Ronnie Magro





Sammi Giancola, Debi Mazar, Ronnie Magro and others, attended the Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Present Built To Amaze! at Barclays Center today in Brooklyn - New York.




Saturday, February 02, 2013

JOEY FATONE VISITS GREATEST SHOW ON EARTH

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TELEVISION
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Joey Fatone



Tune-in to the Live Well Network this weekend as Joey Fatone takes viewers behind the scenes at the Greatest Show On Earth in a brand new episode of My Family Recipe Rocks Sunday February 3rd at 8:30 PM EST.


Backstage at the Circus: Joey Fatone and the MFRR crew get rare, backstage access to The Greatest Show On Earth! See how Ringling Brothers, Barnum & Bailey Circus feeds a cast and crew of 300 on the road. Ringmaster, Andre McClain takes Joey backstage for a look inside the mobile kitchen that feeds the troops and reveals some secrets about how the circus comes to life.



Ringling Bros. Circus Train Trivia: 


• The average distance the Ringling Bros. circus train travels between cities is 350 miles. 
 
 
• The Ringling Bros. train is more that 1 mile long. 
 

• The Ringling Bros. train will travel an average of 16,000 miles in one year. 

• The train master walks a minimum of 3 miles per day in taking care of every aspect of the Ringling Bros. train. 

• It takes the Ringling Bros. train recycling team 9000 man-hours to build one train car for The Greatest Show On Earth. The circus train is self-powered by a quiet, sound-attenuating generator custom manufactured for the Ringling Bros. Train.