john777
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Monday, February 9, 2009 4:43:36 PM
i have been on the east coast all my life.
i was just wondering are all the shows on the west coast huge shows that play big spots ?
CA. has a lot of big cities ,seems like a 40 milers would be able make a good living just playing still dates around any of the larger cities.
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Erik9976
Monday, February 9, 2009 4:45:19 PM
RCS, Butler, Davis, Shamrock, Funtastic, and Midway of Fun are the big West Coast shows.
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Monday, February 9, 2009 4:50:42 PM
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Originally posted by Erik9976

RCS, Butler, Davis, Shamrock, Funtastic, and Midway of Fun are the big West Coast shows.


i am not talking about big shows.are there any small 40 milers that stay in the inner cities ?
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Erik9976
Monday, February 9, 2009 5:06:36 PM
Im not sure. Theres a ton of small parks in Socal too. So there might not be local show playing still dates. Ive been out there alot and never seen any.
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Monday, February 9, 2009 6:09:27 PM
Helms & Sons, Christiansen (sp) are very good mid size shows. I see both of them a lot around Los Angeles. There maybe a few more. However there are a lot of fly by night outfits out this way, which I personally wouldn't want to work for.

RCS, Butler, Midway of Fun, Shamrock, and Davis are pretty much the dominating shows in the state.
mikecroaro
Tuesday, February 10, 2009 7:06:55 PM
Smaller carnivals covering shopping centers, local festivals, schools inlcude:

California Carnival Company (Sam Johnston)
Carnival of Fun (Ken Johnston)
American Traveling Shows (Rick Larson)
Pacific Coast Shows (Lopez Bros.)
Paul Maurer Shows

Butler Amusements can occationally be found in a shopping center or at a school carnival.

Davis Enterprises, whila a large show, does a lot of church fairs and school fairs in the LA area.

Mike