TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) -- Spooky skies are overhead this Halloween season, and some talented performers are flying right through them!
The FSU Flying High Circus is one of only two collegiate circuses in the country. It's a year-round program for students that dates back to 1947.
The group performs up to 80 shows throughout the year in Tallahassee alone, including a new Big Top tradition: the Halloween-themed show.
Organizers describe it as a "fun and spooky yet family friendly production of zombies breaking into dance and skeletons flying through the air. Do not miss this one of a kind performance that is sure to be a thriller."
The next Halloween performance is Thursday, October 29 at 7 p.m. Doors open one hour before. The performance is at the Jack Haskin Circus Complex (269 Chieftan Way).
Tickets range from $11 to $16 for adults and $6 to $11 for children. There's a $2 per ticket increase if you buy your tickets at the door the day of the show.
There's also a limited availability of free tickets for FSU students. You must show your FSU ID at the gate to get a wristband to get into the event and be seated in Section B.
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