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millarhouse
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I am heading to Vegas in July next year. Travelling all the way from Invercargill, New Zealand.
I have limited time there, probably a day and a half as we heading to the Grand Canyon as well.

I know this is a personal question to ask, and the answers will be varied depending on people's personal tastes.
But if you had to pick only one magic show, who would go and see?

I am currently tossing up between Penn and Teller or Copperfield. (Assuming their shows are still running when we get there.
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They're both excellent. If you've seen them on TV, then you know what to expect.
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I saw both, and they were both great. I even got both of their autographs. Just be aware though, Copperfeild is not as good as he was in the 80s-90s. He is still great though.
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You have to see two. One is in the afternoon and very reasonable. You can even get half price tickets, or if you ask around a sort of a pass. Just drinks if I remember.

MAC KING. Do not go to Vegas and miss him.

DC and P and T are great also. Depends on your own likes and dislikes. If Amazing Johnathon is around he does a great show as well.
If you like mentalism Gerry McCambridge is worth seeing.


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Jonathan has retired.
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Highly recommend Penn and teller. They hang around after the show for meet and greet too.
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On Oct 21, 2014, magicusb wrote:
You have to see two. One is in the afternoon and very reasonable. You can even get half price tickets, or if you ask around a sort of a pass. Just drinks if I remember.

MAC KING. Do not go to Vegas and miss him.

DC and P and T are great also. Depends on your own likes and dislikes. If Amazing Johnathon is around he does a great show as well.
If you like mentalism Gerry McCambridge is worth seeing.


Dick Brookz and Dorothy Dietrich


The mac king show is excellent. He does a show in the afternoon so you could perhaps squeeze him in too.
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Penn & Teller, Paul Vigil
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