But before you buy your ticket, be aware that this circus has an organizer with a bit of a history.
It's Joey Skaggs, the noted prankster who loves to fool the media and public alike.
Still, he's talking a good game.
"He is a sight to see," Skaggs told The Huffington Post. "You will not want to miss this!"
If nothing else, Skaggs has a more creative angle on this one. While other Bigfoot hoaxes claim to have a body, Tiny Top claims to have a living creature that will be released back into the wild, according to a poster for the event.
A bigfoot in the "wilds" of New York? I've already seen it... on the subway.