Stop Circus Suffering

Oklahoma

Please help break the chain

Urge the following venues to cancel upcoming or postponed circus performances/shows and make it their policy not to host events using wild animals. A template letter for your use/personalization is available here.

**New Dates**

Stride Bank Center, 301 S Independence Avenue, Enid, OK 73701

Who: Carden International Circus
When: March 3, 2021
Contact: Kevin Boryczki, General Manager, kevin.boryczki@spectraxp.com, 580-616-7361
Social: Facebook, Twitter

Stephens County Fair & Expo Center, 2002 South Street, Duncan, OK 73533

Who: Carden International Circus
When: March 4, 2021 – 4:00 & 6:30PM
Contact: Stephens County Fair & Expo Center, stcofair@gmail.com, 580-255-3231
Social: Facebook

Circle L Arena, 396411 W 3000 Road, Ochelata, OK 74051

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: July 29-30
Contact: Circle L Arena, 918-697-9865
Social: Facebook

Heart of Oklahoma Expo Center, 1700 W Independence Street, Shawnee, OK 74804

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: July 31-August 1
Contact: Erin Stevens, General Manager, Erin.Stevens@Spectraxp.com, 405-765-9725
Social: Facebook

Rangeline Arena, 22190 South 25th Street East, Porum, OK 74455

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: August 3-4
Contact: Rangeline Arena, 918-557-9951
Social: Facebook

U-Cross Arena, 8601 State Highway 48, Coleman, OK 73432

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: August 5-6
Contact: U-Cross Arena, ucrossarenaok@gmail.com, 406-671-6627
Social: Facebook

Creek County Fairgrounds, 17806 W Highway 66, Kellyville, OK 74039

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: August 7-9
Contact: Jon Keiffer, Fairgrounds Manager, CreekCoFairgrounds@hotmail.com, 918-688-9818
Social: Facebook

McAlester Expo Center, 4500 West US-270, McAlester, OK 74501

Who: Loomis Bros Circus “Circus Celebration”
When: August 10-11
Contact: McAlester Expo Center, 918-420-3976
Social: Facebook

***Loomis Bros Circus has already performed with wild animal acts at these venues in 2020. Please contact them to urge them not to bring back events with wild animals for future events.***

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