KHMER METAL

12 - 22 Dec

WHITE GOLD

23 - 31 Dec

KHMER METAL

1 - 5 Jan

FROM THE RICE FIELDS
TO THE BIG TOP

Photos, Videos & Other Resources for Media and Travel Industry

Phare, The Cambodian Circus is honored to have appeared in a variety of news reports and other media. This page will be regularly updated with links to media as they become available. The first section includes highlights. Subsequent sections include media coverage of specific events with the most recent appearing at the top. Links to selected photo folders and sales kit materials is at the end.

Members of the media may contact us at [email protected] for high resolution images, B-Roll, or more information about Phare.

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2016: Oz Asia Festival, Adelaide Australia

The Advertiser – Adelaide
OzAsia Festival 2106 – Phare Circus
GLAM Adelaide
OzAsia Festival Review: Phare Circus
IN DAILY
OzAsia review: Phare Circus

2016: Former Phare Students Become First Cambodians to Join Cirque du Soleil

> MEDIA RELEASE <
The Phnom Penh Post
Circus stars backflip onto the screen
The Cambodia Daily
Flying High

2016: A New Home for Phare, The Cambodian Circus

>MEDIA RELEASE <
The Cambodia Daily
Work Begins on New Cambodian Circus Location
The Phnom Penh Post
Phare Circus Finds a Permanent New Home

Phare, The Cambodian Circus – Tickets

TICKETS

SECTION A

  • US$38.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$18 Children (age 5-11)
  • Reserved Seating in the front three rows of the middle section.
  • Refillable sports bottle filled with cool water.

SECTION B

  • US$28.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$15 Children (age 5-11)
  • Open seating in the rear three rows of the middle section.

SECTION C

  • US$18.00 Adult (age 12+)
  • US$10 Children (age 5-11)
  • Open seating in the two side sections. Some spots have partially obstructed views.

Phare, The Cambodian Circus – Seat Plan

Showtimes & Venue Hours
Nightly performances year-round at 8:00 pm.  Additional 5:00 pm performance on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays, November through March.

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