The Shrine Circus has returned to the Magic City for its 60th year.
The group has come to perform, to entertain all, and donate money to children at the Shrine Hospital.
People of all ages are gathering this week to watch everything from dancers, to tigers, to cyclists show their talents.
And to celebrate 60 years, the circus is giving out 60 bicycles to kids who find the right colored star inside their Hershey's chocolate wrapper.
Besides putting on a show, this event helps pay for about 50 kids to go to the Shrine hospital.
(Ron Penfold, Chairman of Shrine Circus) "When somebody needs help, we're there. That's what the good feeling is, you know? It's shriners having fun, helping kids."
The circus will continue through Wednesday at the All Seasons Arena, with another 7:30 performance tonight.
There will be 3 performances tomorrow, and 2 on Wednesday.