Nuclear Cowboyz stunt show stops in Orlando's Amway Center this weekend



Motorcycles and ATVs flipping and flying through the air? Check.

Shaolin monks cracking steel bars across their skull with Kung-fu skills? Check.

Eyebrow singing pyrotechics and comely chicks cavorting with laser beams? Check, check, and check.

If you want to see the feverish fantasies of a teenage boy brought to life (or at least the PG-rated ones) you should check out this weekend's Nuclear Cowboyz arena extravaganza,playing Orlando's Amway Center on March 8 and 9.

Last year I took the drive down to Feld Entertainment's new world headquarters near Bradenton for a front-row preview of the production, which was then still a work-in-progress. The revamped 2014 edition of the Nuclear Cowboyz show recently premiered in Tampa, and includes an all-new storyline and stunning stunts.

Here's an encore presentation of the set tours and interviews I conducted with members of the Nuclear Cowboyz cast and crew during my preview:


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And here is rehearsal footage (without pyro) of the show's opening scenes, to give you a feel for the production:


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Finally, here is the production's official promo video:


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Tickets for this weekend's performances start at $20 for adults, and $10 for kids 15 and under. Visit or call 800-745-3000 to purchase reserved seats.


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