The Full Service Circus 3 – May 6-8, 2016!

FULL SERVICE is excited to announce our 3rd Full Service Circus to be held in Austin, TX May 6-8, 2016! Tickets go on sale mid-December and are limited to 500 lucky Circus Freaks. Check out the video commercial below and get excited!

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Full Service Circus 2 :: RECAP

The FULL SERVICE CIRCUS hoisted the tents and raised the Whale flag this October for a second round of musical, athletic and culinary adventure in Austin, Texas! Over 300 fans from all over the USA came to clown around with Full Service in their home town and join the community of “Circus Freaks” experiencing (and adding to!) the weirdness here in the Texas Capital.

The first Full Service Circus, held May 2013, gave the brave first-time attendees a full immersion into the music and lifestyle of the band complete with an insider’s tour of the most popular city in the USA. Led by the ringmasters Bonesaw, Hoag, Smell and Sunny, fans at Circus #2 took in three intimate shows by FS, including one in their own backyard, and enjoyed food and drinks and yoga classes and private events and art and free paddleboarding on Town Lake and much more from the city’s best local companies! Check out the great local sponsors: Solid Rock Brewing, Wahoo’s Tacos, White Hat Rum, Rudy’s BBQ, Sixthman Rock Cruises, Deep Eddy Vodka, Mr. Gattis Pizza and more!

Full Service has spent several years touring the nation playing hundreds of fan-hosted “living room” shows in addition to clubs and festivals. The Full Service Circus is a way for us to turn that super-intimate touring on its head by inviting YOU – the fans! – to come stay with US!

The festival got broad press coverage from every media outlet in Austin, including a performance on Fox Morning News, KLBJ 93.7FM radio and feature articles in the Statesman and the Chronicle (below).

Austin American Statesman (Oct 21, 2014)                         Austin Chronicle feature (Oct 23, 2014)

Make sure to visit the VIDEOS page for all the fun Circus skits!


noun /ˈsərkəs/
circuses, plural
A company of performers that may include trained animals (Smellman), clowns (Hoag), and other stunt-oriented artists (Sunny). The group’s travelling performances are usually a series of acts choreographed to music and introduced by a ringmaster (Bonesaw).