Rose City Circus was born in Portland, Oregon. We are a group of active circus performers who strive to entertain, no matter the journey. 

We are a circus troupe formed in 2013, based out of Portland Oregon. We specialize in ground, partner and group acrobatics, hand balancing, contortion, aerial, juggling and prop manipulation, stilt and stilt acrobatics. Then combine it all with character and creativity, to create a unique show unlike any other.

We love costumes, characters and doing much more then just being a Stunt squad. We want to tell a story in every movement. We want to be the chameleons of acrobatics, and be at the forefront of the new era of circus performance. 


2016 Edwardian Ball at the Regency Ballroom

San Francisco, California


Team RAD has been an integral part of our productions for over 5 years now working on countless shows and massive productions usually involving many moving parts. Team RAD always comes prepared and well rehearsed. They know what they have to do and how to do what very few groups in the world can currently do and they do it better then anyone. But what really sets RAD apart, is the pure love of the performance and doing what they do. Like any great act, they rise to the expectations and height of any occasion and always bring their A game.
— Super Geek League
We have hired RAD, RoseCity Acro Devils, to bring their high energy show to the Oregon Country Fair for the last 4 years in a row. They never fail to impress with their athleticism, choreography, jaw dropping acro balance and aerial work. The are professional, courteous, and extremely easy to work with. We have not worried about hiring them year over year because they always add new routines to spice up the show and thrill newcomers and veteran audience members alike. I wholeheartedly recommend them.
— Ben F.
RAD performed in 5 shows over 3 days at the 2017 Moisture Festival in Seattle, Washington.
Always pleasant to work with, excellent performances, well received by the audiences.
Will definitely invite them back to a future festival.
— Tim Furst of Moisture Festival