National Harbor, MD — There is no shortage of entertainment options in DC, Maryland, and Virginia during the summer. But if you're looking for fantastic family fun, look no further than UniverSoul Circus. The summer spectacle will be at the National Harbor June 20th until July 28th. Here's why it's the best show in the DMV.

It's all about inclusion. UniverSoul Circus boasts acts from around the world. The performers hail from South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, Chile, Cuba, Russia, Mongolia, and many other countries. This melting pot of talent creates a joyous spirit and celebrates diversity. "Every year UniverSoul intends on spicing it up to give the audience something different; something they may not expect," said Cheyenne-Rose Dailey, Co-Ringmaster. "What's better than adding a female Ringmaster?"

UniverSoul Circus Co-Ringmaster Cheyenne-Rose Dailey
UniverSoul Circus Co-Ringmaster Cheyenne-Rose Dailey hails from Trinidad and Tobago.
UniverSoul Circus

It's the most interactive circus in the world. Although the performers are extremely talented, the real stars of UniverSoul Circus are the fans in the stands. When you go to the show, expect to be out of your seat the whole time. You may even get to dance with Co-Ringmaster Lucky Malatsi.

Family fun at UniverSoul Circus
Family fun at UniverSoul Circus
UniverSoul Circus

There are jaw-dropping stunts. You'll be blown away by so many performances in this show. From contortionists to motorcycle acts, there are death-defying acts you have to see to believe. "This year we have a gentleman from Brazil who is walking upside down above the tent with no safety nets below," said Lucky. "That's just one of the amazing acts you'll see under the Big Top."

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Amazing stunt drivers at UniverSoul Circus
UniverSoul Circus

It's community-focused. UniverSoul Circus's main mission is to entertain the public, but the performers also strive to help the community. Free shows are held for homeless families with children as part of the Family Open House program. CEO and Founder Cedric Walker also visits local schools to spread the circus cheer.

UniverSoul Circus Founder and CEO, and Baltimore native, Cedric Walker spreading some circus cheer with the kids from the Maryland Tigers Basketball Club yesterday. Giving back to the community has...

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