SwingShift SideShow, Andrew S. & Kelvikta the Blade

"ALIVE & DEADLY DUO!"
Las Vegas' Most Astounding
Variety Stunt Entertainers.

From the entertainment capital of the world, comes a couple guaranteed to shock and amaze. Andrew S. & Kelvikta the Blade bring classic carnival entertainment screaming into the 21st Century. Witness ancient and deadly feats of skill along with jaw dropping "never before seen" original stunts.

World Class sword swallowing, fire performance, belly dancing and Mind Over Body demonstrations are just the beginning. What other sideshow performers would consider a grand finale is only a warm up for these innovative and fearless performance artists.

SwingShift SideShow's 2014 short promo video



In the Guinness World Records 2014, book.

••• Longest metal coil passed through the nose and mouth •••
“Andrew Stanton (USA) of the Las Vegas SwingShift SideShow performs as Mr Screwface. He uses a power drill to insert greased coils of metal where, frankly, they aren’t supposed to go. On 31 March 2012, he screwed a 3.63-m-long (11-ft 10.91-in) coil through his nose and mouth on the set of Lo Show dei Record”
Guinness World Records – Incredible People, 2014.

Andrew Stanton, Longest metal coil passed through nose & mouth

Andrew S. setting the Guinness World Record with 2 power-drill coils, just before he broke it with 1 long coil.

Andrew S. setting the Guinness World Record with 2 power-drill coils, just before he broke it with 1 long coil.


Preview of Andrew S. in the Guinness World Record book 2014:
http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/preview-2014/files/assets/basic-html/page8.html

Get a book or digital copy:
Guinness World Records 2014 book
iTunes (Guinness World Records – Incredible People, 2014)

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Sunday, October 6th, 2013

National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible

National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible: Superhuman Eye Sockets
•    Andrew S. is featured in this episode demonstrating the use of his abnormally strong Eye Sockets. He is known to lift 115 pounds (52.16 kilograms) or pull a vehicle weighing over 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms), 107 feet (32.6 meters) in 70 seconds, with large metal hooks on his eye sockets. His “weight lifted” or “pulled” are both world records. Andrew is able to do these feats and avoid permanent damage and/or death. Here he is studied by a Physicist and Medical professionals with the aid of modern scientific equipment, to better understand how he dose the seemingly impossible.



First air date: 15 October 2011, Episode: 6



National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible: Surviving One Million Volts
•    Kelvikta the Blade is featured in this episode doing “Deep Tissue Skewering”. She pushes a long, metal, skewer through the center of her bicep to demonstrate how she can stop her blood and turn “pain” into something more useful. Then she studied by Medical professionals with the aid of modern scientific equipment, to better understand how Kelvikta dose the seemingly impossible.


First air date: 24 June 2011 on NGC.



National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible: The Glass Eater
•    Andrew S. is featured in this episode doing “The Spear of Destiny”, His most painful act. He balances his entire body on the tip of a spear then spins around on it. Andrew is able to avoid permanent damage and/or death. Then he is studied by a Physicist & Medical professionals with the aid of modern scientific equipment, to better understand how Andrew S. does the seemingly impossible.



First air date: Monday, 09 May 2011, 8:00pm on NGC.

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Wednesday, December 7th, 2011