Being a magician in Minnesota sure is interesting at the end of December. The temperature and snow/ice makes loading the magic show equipment more challenging but in the end, it’s all worth it. I was so thankful to be back performing at in-person events all around the Twin Cities and greater MN in 2021. I wrapped up the year with many in-person in the Minneapolis St. Paul area and virtual events celebrating the holidays 🎄.
On New Year’s Eve Eve, Variant Insurance Group invited me to entertain their team at their end of the year party. It took place at Giannis Steakhouse in Wayzata, MN. Fellow Minneapolis magician, Suzanne (who fooled Penn & Teller) performed at this venue for many years. I can see why! The staff there is top notch and so is the overall experience. This place was hopping! Our group was in their private party room and we had an absolute blast. After my magic show, they enjoyed some live music for their intimate event of 19 people.
On New Year’s Eve, I traveled to Rockford, MN to amaze folks at a private house party. The home owner, Paul, wanted to surprise his guests with fun, interactive and amazing magic tricks. To my surprise, they previously experienced Suzanne’s magic a few years back so I knew I had my work cut out for me to impress them. When I entered the house I wasn’t sure what to expect. There ended up being people of all ages which is why being a magician is great because it is so universally appealing across demographics and backgrounds.
Luckily I know some good jokes to help keep things fun and engaging. Below is a video on my Minneapolis Magicians YouTube Channel of my final performance (and my final magic trick of the show) of 2021. These events are my favorite because I can get everyone really roped into the magic by directing their attention at what I need them to focus on. I’m currently booking performances for 2022 and beyond. Thanks for all of your support. Here’s to an amazing 2022! 🎉