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Flier of the Week: Vespertine Circus

I love colorful rock 'n' roll concert posters that double as works of art (as seen in books like Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion), especially when the look of the poster fits the music or personality of the performer.

This week's Flier of the Week is for Vespertine Circus, a 6-piece performing arts troupe making a stop at the Trunk Space on Tuesday, July 5. The troupe combines storytelling, makeup, magic, clowns, acrobats, puppets, and dance, so it's only fitting their show flier looks like a circus ad, with bold red and white big top lines and a couple performers (colored green) flying through the air.

We're not sure how all that action's going to fit in the Trunk Space, but it sure looks like  freaky fun.

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