We bought tickets early for Kooza and were glad we did. Prices quadrupled in a month. The show was good for younger ones; the clowns entertained kids. The Asian acrobatics amazed audiences, and the singing reminded me of Dune. Little ones might not want to sit up front due to scary skeleton figures and devils, who performed powerfully on giant roller balls. The tightrope act was good and so was the chairs act. Arriving early is a good idea; parking at the gravel/dirt entrance was pricy ($35-40) but luckily, at Humber Park by Lake Ontario, it was cheaper. The washrooms were port-a-potties with limited refreshments besides, so using facilities before arriving and carrying water bottles was a good idea. Our doors (5-7) at 2150 Lakeshore Boulevard were a further walk toward the rear with stairs; doors 1-3 are better for easier accessible admission near centre-stage and with less crowding at the end. With few benches near security, we found seating under the tent an hour before the show. Thankfully, because of the rush, we booked in advance at a restaurant on the Queensway. Kooza in the afternoon was a fun outing, and the best part was its location close to home!