Niagara Falls is ready for Nik Wallenda.
120-thousand people are expected to watch daredevil Nik Wallenda's tightrope walk over Niagara Falls on June 15th.
And that's just on the Canadian side of the border.
Niagara Parks Police chief Douglas Kane says they are ready for the massive influx of spectators.
Kane says they are using New Year's Eve policing strategies as a blueprint for the event.
Kane says there is only one thing that will stop Wallenda from going through with the stunt, Mother Nature.
He says only lightning will prevent the walk from going ahead.
Police will also take measures to prevent other "stunts" from happening during the Wallenda walk, such as someone trying to jump into the water.
CHML will have a special three hour Nik Wallenda show on June 15th, from 7 to 10pm.