Skip to main content
Loading Gallery...
Sarasota residents Brenda Zumbro and Linda Bates and Greenbrook residents Violet Cadavid, 9, Maya Cadavid, 5, and Lili Allen react to a stuntman being launched from a cannon.

Wired at Nathan Benderson Park

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Sarasota residents Brenda Zumbro and Linda Bates and Greenbrook residents Violet Cadavid, 9, Maya Cadavid, 5, and Lili Allen react to a stuntman being launched from a cannon.

Nik Wallenda walks a tightrope and simultaneously answers audience questions nearly 80 feet in the air. The wind speed on the ground Sunday was about 15 miles per hour.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Nik Wallenda walks a tightrope and simultaneously answers audience questions nearly 80 feet in the air. The wind speed on the ground Sunday was about 15 miles per hour.

Palma Ranch resident Tom Miller and Rosedale resident Sue Painter are friends who met when they and their spouses lived in the same Nashville neighborhood.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Palma Ranch resident Tom Miller and Rosedale resident Sue Painter are friends who met when they and their spouses lived in the same Nashville neighborhood.

Myakka residents Albert Noe and Theresa Delaney watch Galaxy Girl balance on a pole 127 feet above the ground. Noe once wrote a song for Nik Wallenda called "Grand Canyon Walk with Jesus" that he performed for Wallenda in church.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Myakka residents Albert Noe and Theresa Delaney watch Galaxy Girl balance on a pole 127 feet above the ground. Noe once wrote a song for Nik Wallenda called "Grand Canyon Walk with Jesus" that he performed for Wallenda in church.

Tina "Galaxy Girl" Winn does flips 80 feet above the ground.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Tina "Galaxy Girl" Winn does flips 80 feet above the ground.

Zadyn Rivers, 7, and grandparents Linda and Chuck Cargin, who are from Sabal Harbour in east Bradenton, watch BMX riders do tricks. The Cargins love Nik Wallenda's work, but Rivers had never seen his show before.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Zadyn Rivers, 7, and grandparents Linda and Chuck Cargin, who are from Sabal Harbour in east Bradenton, watch BMX riders do tricks. The Cargins love Nik Wallenda's work, but Rivers had never seen his show before.

Devin Allan, 13, Cody Rhoades, 8, Parker Krstonich, 10, and Jacob Krstonich, 13, are friends from Parrish. They enjoyed the BMX tricks and human cannonball the most.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Devin Allan, 13, Cody Rhoades, 8, Parker Krstonich, 10, and Jacob Krstonich, 13, are friends from Parrish. They enjoyed the BMX tricks and human cannonball the most.

Tina "Galaxy Girl" Winn balances on a pole 127 feet above the ground. Wind speed on the ground Sunday was about 15 miles per hour.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Tina "Galaxy Girl" Winn balances on a pole 127 feet above the ground. Wind speed on the ground Sunday was about 15 miles per hour.

Sarasota residents Beatrice DeGuzman, 11, and Holden DeGuzman, 9, hold their 7-year-old Labrador retriever, Marker. Beatrice enjoyed Galaxy Girl's performance most, while Holden liked the BMX riders.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Sarasota residents Beatrice DeGuzman, 11, and Holden DeGuzman, 9, hold their 7-year-old Labrador retriever, Marker. Beatrice enjoyed Galaxy Girl's performance most, while Holden liked the BMX riders.

Jackson Grim, 7, Ralph Macri, Cheryl Macri, Mark Feldman and Elizabeth Grim, 5, came from Tampa to watch the show. The Grim siblings enjoyed watching Galaxy Girl the most.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Jackson Grim, 7, Ralph Macri, Cheryl Macri, Mark Feldman and Elizabeth Grim, 5, came from Tampa to watch the show. The Grim siblings enjoyed watching Galaxy Girl the most.

Passersby and Nathan Benderson Park visitors gather outside the park fence to watch Nik Wallenda's Daredevil Rally.

Monday, Mar. 8, 2021 |

Passersby and Nathan Benderson Park visitors gather outside the park fence to watch Nik Wallenda's Daredevil Rally.

Related Stories

Advertisement