Philadelphia Juggling Fest …

The Philadelphia Juggling Festival is a full weekend of juggling, for professionals, avid hobbyists, and brand-new beginners!  All are welcome at the “Learn to Juggle” station, and if you’d rather just watch the pros, the Saturday night Public Show will feature the best of the best.  The Festival is hosted at Circus Campus, in the West Mt. Airy neighborhood of Philadelphia.  Circus Campus features 20,000 sq ft of indoor training space: two large gymnasium spaces, smaller classrooms for workshops, and Greg Kennedy’s Innovative Juggler studio.  There is also ample free parking and green outdoor space.  


Friday 6/14
5:00 pm -10:00 pm Open Juggling

10:00 am – 6:00 pm Open Juggling
2:00 pm – 4:00 pm Games
7:30 pm Public Show
9:00 pm Post-Show Fire Jam

Sunday 6/16
10:00 am – 4:00 pm Open Juggling


Registration for the entire weekend (includes Public Show Ticket): $30
Daily Drop-In Juggling Rate: $5
Public Show Ticket: $20

Spectators & Learn to Juggle 3 Balls: FREE


Public Performance on June 15 at 7:30pm

Select Performer Highlights

Zak McAllister:

He has also appeared as part of Wired Magazine’s “Almost Impossible” series as well as “Sports Science With John Brenkus” on ESPN and America’s Got Talent on NBC. Zak is first and foremost known for his uniqueness and originality. With 15 years of experience, he has created a wide array of never-before seen unique shapes and manipulations.

Greg Kennedy

Engineer turned juggler, Greg Kennedy has spent the last 25 years perfecting his craft. His juggling career has included touring with Cirque du Soleil, winning the Gold medal at the International Jugglers’ Association Championships, and performing on five different continents. He has been featured on the cover of Juggle magazine, appeared on the Discovery Channel.

Luther Bangert

Luther has performed with the Great Bombay Circus in India, has a degree in philosophy, holds a Guinness World Record for “Most Things Juggled Whilst Sword Swallowing”, and has performed in twenty countries across four continents. He’s premiered his contemporary show ‘Distillations’ and is based in Philadelphia and the East Coast, & teaching juggling at the Circadium.