I.FLY Trapeze will be back at the beach beginning this Saturday, Sunday and Monday or Memorial Day Weekend. Kids as you as 4 and adults of any age can learn to fly.
The first Flying Trapeze and Aerial Arts Spectacular of the season is May 26, at 7:30pm, at Eisenhower Park. Completely free, bring a folding chair or blanket and enjoy the show. First Show in Long Beach is June 22nd, 8pm for PRIDE.
Beginning Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day, you can fly through the air when I.FLY Trapeze reopens its Long Beach location on May 23th. Kids, adults, and families no longer have to dream of being in the circus. The trapeze will continue to provide FREE entertainment to onlookers and make Long Beach a hot destination for beach goers and board walkers all summer long. “The community and the City support us, and we like that. I.FLY Trapeze is excited to be back,” says co-owners Marco and Anthony Rosamilia.
For 3 months this summer, you can fly through the air when I.FLY Trapeze reopens its Long Beach location on May 24th. The trapeze will continue to make Long Beach a hot destination for beach goers and board walkers all summer long.
“With continued support from City Manager Jack Schnirman and his entire team, I.FLY Trapeze is excited to be back at the beach,” says co-owner Anthony Rosamilia. His brother and co-owner Marco adds, “This year we have the opportunity to work with local programs like Skudin Surf and the Long Beach Recreation Department to offer flying trapeze to more and more of the community.”
Join I.FLY Trapeze for a night of flying and fireworks. I.FLY’s students and staff will put on a flying trapeze show. Watch our students show off the skills they’ve learned in class, aerial performances, and the I.FLY team takes to the sky without safety lines! And to finish the evening, feel free to stick around for the citys fireworks spectacular (at dark). Bring the kids, family and friends, bring a blanket, beach chair or just come and stand. It’s not every day you get to see a show like this, for FREE.
Show begins promptly at 7:00pm (run time about 1 hour) at the boardwalk on Riverside blvd. (click here for a map).