Daredevil slackliner Andy Lewis will attempt to set a world record Oct. 16 as he balances himself on a loose stretch of rope atop a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
Super Bowl fans will remember Lewis from his 2012 halftime stunt. A couple of months later, he successfully walked across 280 feet of rope stretched between two rock formations 800 feet above ground near Moab, Utah.
The unusual performance gets underway at 2 p.m. Spectators will be able to watch from a spot near the resort's main valet parking entrance.
Lewis won't be alone atop the tower. Three top professional slackliners -- Gabriel Amaral, Hayden Nickell and Mickey Wilson -- will simultaneously perform tricks on individual slacklines.
Thursday's competition runs from 1 to 5 p.m. Admission is free. However, online registration is required to attend.