The legendary Great Moscow Circus is heading back to Adelaide for the first time in 5 years.
The all-new extreme show will be on from May 31 to July 8 across three different SA locations - Glenelg, Port Adelaide and Elizabeth.
The 25 artists come from Russia, the Ukraine, Belarus, Colombia, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, Italy, New Zealand and Australia.
Promoter Mark Edgley says "the Circus first visited Australia in 1965 and we've continued to bring it back to Australia every three to five years".
Highlights include the Extreme Wheel of Death, Motorcycle Cage Riders, Hire Wire Walkers and our country's own top trial BMX riders The Flair Riders.
One of the youngest performers is 18 year old singer Taylah Harrington who also performed on The Voice last year.
Tickets are $20-45 for children 3-14 years old, $25-50 for students and concession, $30-55 for adults and $140 for a family pass.
The Circus will play at the Glenelg Wigley Reserve from May 31 to June 10, Port Adelaide's Hart's Mill from June 14 to 24, and Elizabeth's Ridley Green Reserve from June 28 to July 8.
Bookings can be made online here