Circus Dannebrog boasts a history of great traditions. It goes back to the year 1876 when the 29-year-old musician Theodor Enoch married Wilhelmine Schultz and became a member of the Scandavian Circus, which was managed by his wife's parents.
Two years later Theodor Enoch took the control of the Scandinavian Circus and in 1880 he received the royal Licence from King Christian IX to manage his circus. In the same year he founded his own with the help of his wife and five sons. Since that time the circus tradition has been handed down from generation to generation in Enoch's family.
In the middle of the main marquee, where the artists perform their most spectacular shows, a 12m-diameter ring in QX30S is set up for hanging lights and sound equipment. The end-plated QX30S is a square-section aluminium truss with 29 cm long sides. Made of 6082 alloy extruded components, with high load-bearing and twisting strength, it is a true bestseller. Its excellent size, weight and perfomance characteristics are its key to success!