The Loomis Bros. Circus is taking place at Bradenton Convention Center in Palmetto.
PALMETTO — Temo Rodriguez says the biggest reward for a circus performer is the smiles, the screams and the laughter of the audience.
“When the people stand up and clap, it’s the most fantastic feeling you can have as a performer,” said Rodriguez, who Sunday had a smile a mile wide while watching his daughter make her debut as a contortionist for Loomis Bros. Circus.
The Florida-based circus, which began in 1997 as the dream of Justin Loomis and his father, is the last to have exotic animals, a full band and stunts. It was held at the Bradenton Area Convention Center, 1 Haben Boulevard, in Palmetto.
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