Midnight Circus The newest attraction in town. On the outskirts of the city, huge massive tents were erected, wagons and everything you can imagine surrounded the huge area that used to be an old factory that has now been demolished. Because there are no residential buildings, the circus and the surrounding area, which is used as a fair, could be visited until late at night.
The big circus tent was not round as usual, no it was elongated. It was 230 feet long and had a stage that was also 210 feet wide. The guests were seated on both sides so that everyone could watch. Even the cheap seats could see everything that was going on in the manège.
And there was a lot to see, from the many acrobatic artists to the stuntmen who performed daredevil tricks. From classic clowns to something completely new thanks to the innovation of German animal-free circuses, Hologram shows you could still enjoy the classic horses, for example, and no real animal was harmed.
There was plenty of entertainment to see from freak shows to fortune tellers to shadow puppet shows, flea circus, throwing and shooting booths a huge Mirror cabinet. There was nothing that was not there.
And there was no shortage of food either. You could get popcorn, candy floss, roasted nuts, candied apples, churros, pizza, crepe, or a simple but delicious bratwurst in a roll. Everything your heart desires at fair prices. At least for New York City.
|Summary||An amusement park/circus owned by Jaskeerat Mamar|