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Paranormal Cirque returns to Tulsa amid coronavirus pandemic

Posted at 11:32 AM, Aug 19, 2020

TULSA, Okla. — The Paranormal Cirque is returning to Tulsa starting Thursday.

The permit filed with the City of Tulsa says the Cirque expects 2,700 people to attend the event.

However, organizers say that number is not per show attendance.

Olivia Mattice said seating will be limited because of social distancing. The stadium holds 1000 people, but only 250 seats will be available.

Social distancing reminders will be clearly visible.

“We have our social distancing reminders. We have stickers on the ground." Mattice said. "Post with a sticker on it so it’s clearly visible for everybody.”

Each person in attendance must wear a mask, unless a medical condition prevents it.

Mattice said cleaning will be done before, during and after each show and hand sanitizing is highly encouraged.

“We have hand sanitizing stations near the bathroom area." Mattice said. "Many inside our concession tents and a few inside our main tent.”

The Paranormal Cirque will be in the Woodland Hills parking lot from Thursday, Aug. 20 until Aug. 30.

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