Circo Hermanos Caballeros travels through Paso Robles
Circus stops in Paso for four day show
–Last week, the Circo Hermanos Caballeros traveling circus opened their tent to Paso Robles. Their circus, composed of performers from all throughout South America, features jugglers, contortionists, tight rope walkers, trapeze artists, and a clown by the name of Tuty Fruty.
The circus, originally from De Guadalajara, Jalisco, features a wide variety of circus acts by performers all throughout South America.
At approximately 8:00 p.m. Friday, the four-day event began. As the lights went dim, the red neon light which reads “Caballero” lit up as the Caballero men and women marched out to welcome the crowd. As they marched backstage, three women came out for the first act, an aerial ballet. Throughout the night, members of the crowd saw several astonishing acts, including a pair of juggling brothers, a “poodle tamer,” and the musical clown Tuty Fruty.
“I thought the show was incredible,” said 17-year-old Jesus Matias, “I’ve never seen anything like it, all of the acts throughout the show were amazing but the grand finale was totally insane!”
Although the circus’ final day in Paso Robles was Monday, residents of the Central Coast can still catch them in San Luis Obispo May 19th – 23rd where they will be doing two shows Saturday, and three shows Sunday.
For more information about future tour dates, visit their website at www.circohermanoscaballero.com.