Wicked Hot Air Balloon Doesn’t Defy Gravity and Comes Close to Homes in Conshohocken

On Thursday morning Ryan Schofield walked out of his home off Colwell Lane at 7:45 a.m. and saw a hot air balloon promoting Wicked come within 10′ (his estimate) of his roof. The balloon then landed at Saint Benedict Cemetery. He said that the balloon was so low he could talk without shouting to the people in the balloon.

Why were Oz’s witches over Conshohocken? Wicked is playing at the Kimmel Center from July 26th to August 27th.



Photos: Ryan Schofield