ESTERO, Fla. — A new thrilling show is kicking off at Hertz Arena in Estero, Thursday.
Nik Wallenda's Daredevil Rally is scheduled to perform a socially-distanced drive-in show everyday until Sunday.
The show includes high dives, FMX stunts, a human cannonball, and much more.
Wallenda is known as the "King of High Wire" and calls Southwest Florida home.
For safe family entertainment, he made the show a drive-in for people to enjoy from the comfort of their parked cars.
"So many people come up after the show and say thank you, thank you, thank you for giving our family an opportunity to get together and do something fun and exciting. It gets our minds off of this pandemic, off the fear, and off the anxiety that’s surrounded by what’s going on in our world today," said Wallenda.
Performers in the Daredevil Rally hold a total of 26 Guinness World Records combined.
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