The 36th RIT Spring Juggle-In, April 12-14, 2013


After the Event Updates!

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What is it?

The RIT Spring Juggle-In is one of the longest running juggling festivals in North America. Jugglers from around the nation come to join in the fun, with over 500 attendees expected this year. The capstone event of the Juggle-In is always the Public Show on Saturday night, which features some of the best jugglers in the world. In addition to great fun, this event also acts as a fundraiser for The Dystonia Medical Research Foundation, which will receive a portion of all profits.

How much is it?

There is no cost to enter the gym and juggle for the weekend!  The only thing that does cost money is the Public Show and tickets for our Raffle.

Who can come?

All are welcome to attend, whether you want to juggle or just to watch our three public shows as well as the open juggling in the gym. There will be activities for jugglers of all levels, whether you can juggle seven balls or just one. If you're planning on coming, you can stay in touch with us on Facebook or /r/juggling. If you can't come, never fear! You can watch live video of the festival online as it happens.

When is it?

This year's Juggle-In is April 12-14, 2013 (Friday-Sunday). The festival opens at 6pm on Friday and runs through 3pm on Sunday. The schedule of events lists everything that's going on in between. Don't miss the free Big Open show on Friday and the Public show on Saturday evening featuring some of the best jugglers in the world! And if that's not enough, bring the kids to our Saturday Matineea free family show on Saturday morning.

Where is this happening?

The majority of the action is in Clark Gym on the campus of the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. Parking on campus is free during the festival; follow the directions to park in lot D and follow the signs. The Saturday night show will be held on-campus at Ingle Auditorium.

Who's doing this?

The Juggle-In is hosted by the RIT Juggling Club, and is coordinated by Jeff Peden with assistance from the Rochester Juggling Club and the Strong Jugglers.  If you have any questions, or if you'd like to contribute a workshop or other assistance, please contact Jeff.