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About

The Pyroneer is a multi-talented fire spinner currently based in Calgary, Alberta, and is available for hire across North America and beyond. He performs independently as The Pyroneer and has performed with Acorn Thief, Le Cirque De La Nuit, aGoGo, Indigo Circus, Zero Gravity Circus, Red Pepper Spectacle, and many others. He was also a coach with The Circus Academy and teaches Poi independently.

The Pyroneer has spent over 20 years developing his talents, wielding a multitude of fire props. Specializing in Poi, he can dazzle audiences with his exceptional skill and style. The Pyroneer was given his name after his early adoption of Fire Poip, a fire prop that combines Poi and Fire Hoops. He is also skilled with Staff, Hula Hoop, and Devil Sticks.

The Pyroneer's shows can be performed with fire or LED. His performances are suited for weddings, birthday parties, casinos, Christmas parties, clubs/nightclubs, concert venues, corporate events, dinner dances, fairs, festivals, fundraisers, holiday parties, and private parties.

The Pyroneer founded the New Model Circus Army Conclave and created Spin All The Things: The Toronto Flow Festival, and Pyroborea. His love for the community has had him participating in events across Canada and the U.S. as an instructor, performer, and leader.

Please contact for rates and availability.



Select Past Events:

 

Heritage Park Fundraiser, Calgary AB, Sep 15, 2022

Freezer Burn, Ponoka AB, June 18, 2022

GlowFEST, Calgary AB, Feb 18, 2022

Fire and Light Celebration, Calgary AB, Dec 2021

The Radiant Halloween, Banff AB, Oct 31, 2020

Mad Max @ Big Art Drive-in, Calgary AB, Aug 29, 2020

ATCO Street Party, Jasper AB, Jan 25th, 2020

Cirkus Saturdays, Knoxville's Calgary, Dec 2019

Burning Man, Black Rock City NV, Sep 2014-2022

Beakerhead, Calgary AB, Aug 2019

Kensington Market Winter Solstice Festival, Dec 2018

Western NS Exhibition, Yarmouth NS, Aug 2018

Canada Day Celebrations, Calgary AB, July 1, 2018

Indigenous Peoples Day, Kapuskasing ON, June 21, 2018

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