Magic is at an all-time high in regards to popularity, and there are now more places than ever to see live magic in unique venues all throughout the United States! Here are a few of our favorites.
∙ Chicago Magic Lounge (Chicago, IL): Magic lovers in Chicago can head to the brand new Chicago Magic Lounge to get their fill of the impossible. Guests enter the Lounge through a discreet laundromat and make their way through a secret entrance to enter this one of a kind venue. There are 2 theaters- one large theater for stage shows, and another more intimate for close up magic. There are different shows each night of the week, so you can be assured that you’ll always be able to see something new!
∙ MAGIC at the DELAMAR (Greenwich, CT): This show takes place at the most exclusive hotel chain in Connecticut, just a short train ride (but a world away!) from bustling New York City. MAGIC at the DELAMAR takes place on a monthly basis and each show features a different magician from Las Vegas headliners to world champion entertainers. With an age limit of 15+ and a dress code along with a strictly limited audience size, this truly is a unique entertainment experience to see top talent from across the country.
∙ House of Cards (Nashville, TN): Although Nashville is known for country music, it is home to one of the hottest new magic venues in the country. House of Cards showcases a different international act each week, so guests can come back every weekend to see something totally new. The venue is located right in the center of the city’s action, so there’s plenty to do before and after having your mind blown! The best part is that in addition to great magic, House of Cards was voted one of the best restaurants in Nashville. Come for the magic, stay for the food!
∙ Steve Cohen: The Millionaire’s Magician (New York City, NY): For over 15 years, Steve Cohen has been entertaining celebrities, Forbes 500 executives, and the elite of New York City. In this intimate show, originally at the Waldorf Astoria but now at the Palace Hotel, guests are required to arrive in evening attire. The show is set up as the parlor shows from the 1800s- the type of performance that royalty would attend. Tickets sell out months in advance, but guests are treated to illusions they won’t see anywhere else, such as the tea kettle that pours any drink called for.
Let us know if you see any magicians at any of these venues that you’d like to have at your next corporate event! We’ll be happy to assist in bringing the most in-demand talent to your guests.