Sergey Novikov, aerial straps act, has had a very varied international work experience over the years beginning in 2010 in Turkey. This was followed by a succession of events including the following in 2011.
International Circus Festival “Golden Trick” (Kiev Ukraine). Premiere of the Act and Traumtheatr Salome (Stuttgart Germany). In 2012 Sergey performed at 33 Festival De Mondial Du Cirque de Demain (Paris France).
Circus Krone (Munich Germany), Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde (Paris France), Talent Show “Moment of Glory” (Moscow Russia), International circus Festival in Grenoble France and finally Aerial Straps red with Ringling Bros (USA).
Sergey Novikov – Aerial Straps
In 2013 Sergey performed at Circus Roncalli (Bremen/Germany); Finally, in 2014 he appeared at ChimeLong Circus (Zhuhai/China). Sergey Novikov may now be available for further contracts throughout 2018.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, also known as the Ringling Bros. Circus, Ringling Bros. or simply Ringling was an American traveling circus company billed as The Greatest Show on Earth. It and its predecessor shows ran from 1871 to 2017.
Known as Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Combined Shows, the circus started in 1919 when the Barnum & Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth, a circus created by P. T. Barnum and James Anthony Bailey, was merged with the Ringling Bros. World’s Greatest Shows. The Ringling brothers had purchased Barnum & Bailey Ltd. following Bailey’s death in 1906, but ran the circuses separately until they were merged in 1919.
After 1956 the circus no longer exhibited under their own portable “big top” tents, instead using permanent venues such as sports stadiums and arenas. In 1967, Irvin Feld and his brother Israel, along with Houston Judge Roy Hofheinz bought the circus from the Ringling family.
In 1971, the Felds and Hofheinz sold the circus to Mattel, buying it back from the toy company in 1982. Since the death of Irvin Feld in 1984, the circus had been a part of Feld Entertainment, an international entertainment firm headed by Kenneth Feld, with its headquarters in Ellenton, Florida.
With weakening attendance and high operating costs, the circus closed on May 21, 2017 after 146 years. (Wikipedia).