Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey® Presents Circus XTREME!

On January 28th at the Amalie Arena in Downtown Tampa, it will be time for you and your friends to be amazed by all the X-TRAORDINARY things you know and love about America’s favorite live family entertainment experience. Be astonished by UN-XPECTED circus spectacles you’ve never seen before and that can’t be seen anywhere else but at The Greatest Show On Earth®. Get ready for an X-HILARATING adventure with X-TRAORDINARY circus artists and magnificent X-OTIC animals, like our big cats! It’s time to awaken the spirit of Children Of All Ages and stir the imagination of your family!

About the Amalie Arena

The Amalie Arena is home to the National Hockey League’s Tampa Bay Lightning and the AFL’s Tampa Bay Storm. The venue was referred to as the Ice Palace from its opening in 1996 through 2002 when it was commonly called the St Pete Times Forum until late 2011. Going by Tampa Bay Times Forum until 2014 when it was again renamed.
The Amalie Arena box office is located at 401 Channelside Drive in Tampa, Florida. The arena was built for $139 million and has a maximum seating capacity of 21,500. Amalie Arena tickets have included major events like the NHL Stanley Cup, All-Star Game, the NCAA men’s basketball tournament, and many WWE events. Almost all the hottest concerts stop in Tampa by coming through the forum like Britney Spears, Taylor Swift, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Neil Diamond. The Amalie Arena is located in downtown Tampa’s Channelside District. It was a Fifty-Three million dollar project after the failure of Tampa Coliseum Inc. to secure the funds necessary to construct an area on Tampa Sports Authority land. In 2012, before the Republican National Convention, the arena received another major remodel. This renovation included an 11,000 square foot deck, new climate controls, improved ice rink, new lighting, padded seating, and a remodel of the first level suites. Also included later in the year was the installation of the largest display board in North America with dimensions of fifty feet by twenty-eight feed by twenty feet.