Choose from Three Options
- $99 for dinner and a magic show for two (up to a $208.98 value, including ticketing fees)
- $189 for dinner and a magic show for four (up to a $417.96 value, including ticketing fees)
- $359 for dinner and a magic show for eight (up to an $835.92, value including ticketing fees)<p>
The show starts at 6:30 p.m.; check the schedule for available dates and locations, which are always being added. As guests take their seats, they should be on the lookout for a sharply dressed man trying to pick their pockets. He’ll give back anything he takes, however, and throw in some card tricks and other up-close magic to boot—it’s just how Dan Chan welcomes guests to his feast of Asian-inspired magic. While onlookers sup on a multi-course Chinese banquet, Chan and his wife, Kat, take the stage proper for jaw-dropping juggling and escape tricks. The show peaks with a finale that may include: Kat climbing into a 6-foot balloon, Chan dressing in traditional robes for a demonstration of Bian Lian, the ancient art of changing masks in the blink of an eye, or guest variety acts such as Mike Toy and Alex Wu.