BEST MAGIC SHOWS NYC 2019
Magic has never been more popular in the United States than NOW! With so many movies and television shows, live theater shows are bursting open all around the country, and multiple touring illusion shows are on years-long contracts. Of course, New York City is the pinnacle of sophisticated magic shows and without the Vegas glitz. Enjoy the best magic show NYC can offer.
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1170 Broadway, New York
New York, NY 10001
Don't jump Dan White! Why is this man on the roof? Perhaps he's looking for another idea for his next Jimmy Fallon appearance. (How many already? Lots!) Dan performs four to eight shows a week of his intimate blend of magic and mentalism and if that's not enough of a reason to see him, go see him rock a sharp suit and haircut.
455 Madison Ave, New York
455 Madison Ave
New York, NY 10022
Steve Cohen shares his classic-style magic with a top hat and a magic wand in Chamber Magic. Join 60 other guests as Steve presents a 20th century inspired salon, greeting you, and charming you with his magic. Be sure to dress up for this event as cocktail dresses and ties are required and get ready for an evening of mind reading, card tricks, and sleight of hand. Oh yeah, did you call the babysitter? There are no children at this event so leave the little darlings at home.
59 Canal Street, basement, New York
59 Canal Street, basement
New York, NY 10002
Jay's 75-minute show includes six impossible things and will have you moving between six rooms where he demonstrates one magical effect in each room. The shows are limited to just 20 persons and if you really love the show, sorry, you can't return. Guests are admitted only once.
115 Macdougal St, New York
115 Macdougal St
New York, NY 10012
Claiming to be "New York City's longest-running Off-Broadway magic show" Monday Night Magic has shows every... well, Monday. Inviting performers from around the country and sometimes even further away, MNM is a variety show of magicians and close-up magic. And if you're a magic geek, it's a bit of a magic Mecca. This is not a venue for wild animals, scantily-clad women, and high-amp wind machines, instead, they specialize in interacting with a live audience. Enjoy your evening at MNM.
45 W 34th St #608, New York
45 W 34th St #608
New York, NY 10001
Who hasn't dreamt of sneaking in late to an old-magic shop stuffed with props in cases and secrets behind dusty bookshelves? Well, this is your opportunity to experience even more with Noah Levine in Magic After Hours, inside the oldest magic shop in New York. Cool, huh? With your drink in hand, your attention is focused by just one lamp over a small table and an expert magician with a deck of cards...
115 S Wellwood Ave, Lindenhurst
115 S Wellwood Ave
Lindenhurst, NY 11757
A bit out-of-town exists a small storefront on a quiet street that houses The Parlor of Mystery. Inside the building is actually larger than the outside and it will delight you with a showcase of the regions best magicians and magical styles. It's modern. It's funny. And it's fun.
733 9th Ave, New York
733 9th Ave
New York, NY 10019
Booze and magic? Count me in! Wait, there's great food too? Brainchild Eli Bosnick sprouted the idea of combining his favorite loves and created A Taste of Magic. The New York City magic show performs in different renowned restaurants around NYC. Between courses, strolling magicians share a private performance right at your table.
80 St Marks Place
80 St Marks Pl
New York, NY 10003
Sam is a skilled mentalist and his show the "Quantum Eye" will have you mesmerized. This show is suitable for all ages and Sam makes full use of the audiences, asking them to join him on stage, while he works his magic on them, reading their thoughts and leaving them stunned and asking, "how did he do that?" The off-broadway theatre Theatre 80 started life as a speakeasy and has a colorful history. It is the perfect space for Sam's intimate and interactive show.