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Nik Wallenda is planning to take his high-wire act to a county fair in western New York where he performed with his family when he was 13. The daredevil visited the site of the Erie County Fair near Buffalo on Thursday to announce his plans...
A team of eight girls were performing a chandeliers show by dangling using their hair - but, the platform gave way and the acrobats crashed down. It was a show of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Circus' 11 a.m. Legends
On Sunday, a terrifying and horrific accident happenend during the 11:40a.m. performance in Providence, Rhode Island. The accident happened during the hair-hang chandelier routine where performers are suspended 35 feet into the
High wire walker Nik Wallenda, who plans to do a high-wire walk in Chicago later this year, was in the city Thursday to scout locations and discuss the attempt. Wallenda also has walked over part of the Niagara Falls and across the Grand Canyon.
Floor to Air Festival Aerial Dance Evening Showcased International Artists Tuesday, March 4, 2014 Article Tools The first thing you notice is two bolts of pink fabric that hang from the theater roof, touching down in the aisles. Only once everyone is
Aerialist Nik Wallenda reportedly plans to perform his high-wire act at a popular western New York amusement park this summer. Buffalo-area media outlets report that the daredevil is holding a news conference Wednesday morning at a suburban
Friday, Feb. 7, 2014 Sponsored Links The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Nik Wallenda, the world-renowned daredevil who thrilled television viewers with his high-wire walks across Niagara Falls and the Grand Canyon, will be walking across a wire
Nik Wallenda Nik Wallenda waves during Sarasota's Superboat Grand Prix Festival Parade of Boats that proceeded down Main Street in the rain Friday evening. The Suncoast Charities for Children dedicated this year's 29th Annual Suncoast Super Boat
This is a big weekend for circus legends past and present, with two induction ceremonies set for Saturday. Nik Wallenda. (Herald-Tribune staff photo / Thomas Bender) Aerialist Nik Wallenda, who wirewalked Niagara Falls in 2012 and the Grand Canyon
Nik Wallenda rose to performance superstar status with his Grand Canyon wirewalk. He trained at Nathan Benderson Park in Sarasota, where hundreds gathered to watch him practice, hear him speak and sign copies of his book. June 2013: Pan American