Magicians entertain audiences by performing seemingly impossible feats such as making the Statue of Liberty vanish or making the Statue of Liberty eat six saltine crackers in under a minute. Stand in awe of supernatural feats with today's Groupon for one ticket to the All-Star Magic Show on June 23 at the Meadow Brook Music Festival Pavilion, plus an event T-shirt (a $19.50 value). Choose from the following options:
• For $17, you get a reserved seat for the 2 p.m. show (a $15 ticket value, $34.50 total value with tee)
• For $21, you get a VIP seat for the 2 p.m. show (a $22.50 ticket value, $42 total value with tee)
• For $17, you get a reserved seat for the 7:30 p.m. show (a $15 ticket value, $34.50 total value with tee)
• For $21, you get a VIP seat for the 7:30 p.m. show (a $22.50 ticket value, $42 total value with tee)
Doors open an hour before each show begins. VIP seats comprise the first third of the pavilion, with reserved seats found throughout the rest of the pavilion.
The All-Star Magic Show unveils illusion after illusion to leave audience mouths agape and irises twinkling in wonder. Pulling from the ranks of The Society of American Magicians, the All-Star show stocks its lineup with talented illusionists and skilled assistants experienced in the art of sewing themselves back together. Entertaining guests of all ages, Jania Taylor astounds with her classically honed sleight of hand, and the clever Mike Miller combines magical effects with imaginative humor by transforming a bookish bunny into a wisecracking canary. Mark Weidhaas, known as “Inspector Magic,” pulls 20 years' worth of tricks out of his deceptively unremarkable sleeves. In addition to the magic show, guests can garb themselves in a commemorative event T-shirt, a nonmagic garment guaranteed not to vanish instantly or teleport onto the body of a coworker.
The facility fee has been waived with this Groupon.
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