The FireKeepers Casino Hotel in Battle Creek, Mich., Will soon open its expanded resort in a ceremony that will feature world-renowned tightrope walker Nik Wallenda.
Wallenda is the world’s most famous tightrope walker and has been nicknamed the “King of the Wire”. He passed through Niagara Falls, the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua, and a Grand Canyon Gorge.
The Daredevil will take the stage in Michigan on August 16 at the Nottawaseppi Huron Tribal Casino. The show will be free and spectators are invited to attend.
The FireKeepers Casino opens a second hotel tower, its first eight-story hotel opened in 2012. The second also has eight floors and has 203 rooms plus a 39,000-foot lobby bar, games area, reception and dining area. restaurant.
The tower was originally scheduled to open in December 2020. Completion was delayed, however, due to supply chain issues during pandemics. The current casino has 2,900 slot machines, 25 poker tables, 70 table games, a bingo and keno room, and a sports betting site.
The FireKeepers Tribal Casino is located west of Ann Arbor and 100 miles west of Detroit. The casino plans to attract visitors through entertainment. The resort has a robust schedule of celebrity events in Battle Creek.