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  • Festi FLiP Circus Competition.
  • Festi FLiP Circus Competition.
  • FLiP. Training in a beautiful renovated church.
  • FLiP elite team with Rosie Maclennan, 2 x Olympic Champion and Jason Burnett incredible trampolinist.
  • Festi FLiP Circus Competition.
  • Festi FLiP Circus Competition.
  • Festi FLiP Circus Competition.

Welcome to FESTiFLiP

We would like to invite you to live an amazing experience, a student series circus competition just outside Montreal, the epicenter of circus arts. Come and test yourself against some of the best young talents.

This competition is open to all age groups. Get feedback from judges handpicked from Montreal's top circus companies and schools.

Festi FLiP offers the opportunity of skill swaps and learning with a diverse amount of workshops taught by world class performers and teachers.
Handstands - Hoola Hoops - Trampoline - Clowning & physicality - Aerials and more.

Register before June 1st and get the opportunity to take a workshop of your choosing for free! (limited spaces are available)

Great opportunity to socialize and network with your peers from different countries. Be inspired and entertained by top professional artists in the Festi Flip Gala show!

Join us in this fantastic event and we look forward to welcoming you to FLiP.

Dominique & Martin

Register for Festi FLiP here.

What is Circus

Circus is art. Circus is a vehicle for beauty, meaning, self-expression, and social commentary, unique from dance, theater, or any other form. Circus skills have their own histories, training methods, physical vocabularies, and capabilities. They convey their own power.

Circus is practice. Circus is a unique combination of creative physicality and performance, open to anyone of any age, background, or physical ability. Circus is a vehicle for personal growth, health, self-esteem, and communication. Circus works.

Circus is community. Because of its inherent playfulness and physicality, circus brings people together in a unique and powerful way. Both circus art and circus practice are important possibilities for the creation of civil society. They provide distinct opportunities for people to meet and build relationships, across class, ethnic background and gender.