Waterskiers, tightrope walkers added to Fair STL

ST. LOUIS (KSDK) – Fair Saint Louis announced Wednesday that Circus Flora's Flying Wallendas and the Lake Saint Louis Water Ski Club will make an appearance at this year's festival.

The Flying Wallendas will perform on a slender wire 60 feet above the Grand Basin.

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"Watching the Flying Wallendas takes your breath away," said Circus Flora Executive Director Joel Emery in a news release. "Walking a slender wire, more than six-stories above the Grand Basin, with no net below, they will bring an entirely new thrill to St. Louis' Fourth of July celebration."

The Lake Saint Louis Water Ski Club and professional wakeboarders Midwest NighFLY will perform in Grand Basin.

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Previously announced musical performances include the Band Perry, Gavin DeGraw, Bonnie Raitt, the Neighborhood and the Fray, among others.

The festival is free, but parking could cost up to $30.

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