The Kelly Miller Circus is Coming to Holly!

The Kelly Miller Circus, one of only a few traveling shows still in existence, will appear at the lot on the corner of North Holly and Quick Road (across from the Calvary United Methodist Church) on Saturday & Sunday, August 11th & 12th, performing shows at 2:00 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. each day, thanks to the sponsorship of Main Street Holly. FREE parking on-site.

Advance tickets for the performances are $10.00 for Adults and $7.00 for Children ages 2 – 12 and Seniors aged 65 and over. Toddlers under the age of two are free. Ticket prices will increase the day of the Circus. Buy yours early to save money!

Discounted tickets are on sale NOW and can be purchased at these ticket outlets:
– Elysian Emporium
– Holly Donut Shop
– Holly Foods
– Holly Township Library
– The State Bank
– The Vintage Farm House

Tickets can also be purchased online:  https://squareup.com/store/kelly-miller-circus/

The circus is under new management and will NOT have any animal acts – only human acts. Acrobats, jugglers, trapeze acts, fire breathers, and SO much more! Enjoying a day at the Circus means a lot more than just old-fashioned family fun. The event is a fundraiser for Holly Main Street; proceeds will go toward funding the fireworks show which will take place Saturday, September 8th during HollyDays. We hope to see you ‘under the big top’!

Why Historic & Beautiful Holly, Michigan?

Holly Michigan:  A unique village nestled in the arms of antiquity, charm, and of days past and fondly remembered. A village of friends and welcome mats located in one of Michigan’s premier counties known for shopping, new businesses, smiles, and as a great destination for our young and old to share in the antiquity of our place called home.

Holly is a unique and shared experience for all who come through our open door.  Holly is a continuing story of a small village in Southeast Michigan proudly displaying the human spirit, compassion, and family values found only in Middle America. Holly is remembering being that little girl or boy shopping for the first time in a downtown setting. Holly is turning the store door knob to a yesterday lost in today’s busy world.  Like the story of a Norman Rockwell painting, Holly’s story is continuing to unfold from our past, to our present, and to a bright future.  So the question has to be asked; have you been to Holly lately? Come to Holly, MI and see what you’ve been missing, our doors are open and our light is on; we are all waiting for you.