Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival welcomes daredevil extraordinaire, Wacky Chad, for six shows on Performance Row, Saturday and Sunday, May 16-17, 2015. Laugh, gasp, cheer and hold your breath while stunt comedian Wacky Chad reaches heights of 9 feet on his pogo stick, rides a nine-foot tall unicycle and does handstands on a skateboard all while wearing a wireless headset microphone to interact with his crowd.Wacky Chad defies gravity by preforming backflips on his air-powered pogo stick, while throwing out the notion that these remarkable stunts take full concentration. For more than a decade, Wacky Chad has made thousands of people laugh while performing his variety of tricks. Beyond serving as a street performer around the world since 2004, Wacky Chad’s award-winning extreme pogo stick skills and charmingly funny jokes landed him a stellar invitation to the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII.
Watch this awesome video clip of Wacky Chad and you’ll understand why his live performances at Wildflower! will be an unforgettable experience for the whole family to share. More information about Wacky Chad may be found on his website at www.wackychad.com or www.facebook.com/wackychad.
The Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is located at the Galatyn Park Urban Center at 2351 Performance Drive, Richardson, Texas. Tickets go on sale April 13 and may be purchased on the website or at DFW area Tom Thumb locations. General ticket pricing: $30 three-day pass, $20 single day pass, kids age 5-12 only $3 per day, and kids under 4 receive free admission. On Sunday, May 17 all kids age 12 and under receive free admission (with paid adult) courtesy of Bank of America. Also on Sunday it’s half price admission for adults courtesy of Cisco Systems.
Check out the complete Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival schedule of events on the website: www.wildflowerfestival.com and connect on www.facebook.com/wildflowerfestival, www.twitter.com/wildflowerfest, www.instagram.com/wamfest for promotional contests and announcements. Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival is attended by more than 70,000 annually, produced and managed by the Parks and Recreation Department of the City of Richardson in conjunction with nine other City departments, and appreciates the participation of more than 1,000 volunteers.