(By Lindsay Fishman)

CASPER, Wyo. — With anticipation building in the center of Wyoming, the stage is set for a musical extravaganza as violinist, dancer and electronic music sensation Lindsey Stirling and renowned Canadian indie pop band Walk off the Earth prepare to perform at the Ford Wyoming Center on Aug. 25.

In a recent interview, Lindsey Stirling shared her excitement about the show: “There’s a lot of storytelling, dynamic moments and spectacle. I design the show to ensure everyone has a great time, even those who may not be familiar with my music.”

Lindsey Stirling, known for her groundbreaking fusion of electronic music and violin prowess, is no stranger to performing. With over 13 million subscribers and billions of views on YouTube, she’s become an innovative star of the 21st century.

Stirling’s performances are more than just music; they’re a feast for the senses, blending dynamic choreography, aerial feats and sparkling costumes, according to the Ford Wyoming Center website.

Stirling is especially excited about the aerial feats in the performance. “There’s aerial stuff that we do, like I do a hoop routine … playing the violin while flying around and spinning upside down, it’s something I’ve worked really, really hard to do. So I really get excited when I get to do it,” Stirling said.

Walk off the Earth, the Canadian indie pop sensation, will be joining Stirling on stage, adding its unique flair to the show. Known for its creative music videos and innovative covers, the band brings a fresh perspective to the world of music.

“Their show is so engaging and creative,” Stirling remarked. “I just have so much respect for them as artists and performers.”

One of the standout features of this performance is its appeal to audiences of all ages. The show is designed to be a family-friendly experience, welcoming kids, teenagers, parents and grandparents alike, according to Stirling.

Lindsey Stirling’s visually engaging costumes, high-energy dancing and dynamic storytelling are sure to captivate younger viewers, while Walk off the Earth’s infectious tunes and interactive performances will resonate with fans of all generations.

“It’s a very family-friendly show. We have lots of kids that come out,” Stirling said. “Part of the reason I was excited to tour with Walk off the Earth is also because they’re a family-friendly show.”

Both Lindsey Stirling and Walk off the Earth are ready to deliver a show that combines music, dance, storytelling and visual spectacle, leaving the audience with an unforgettable experience.

Stirling ended the interview thanking her fans. “I am so grateful for everyone who’s coming out to support us; it means the world to me.”

Tickets are available at the Ford Wyoming Center website.