ABOUT JEFF MCBRIDE:
"Possibly the most influential magician of our time." -- The Magic Circle, London Jeff McBride combined masks, mime and world-class sleight of hand to revolutionize the art of performing magic. As early as the 1980’s, his dynamic, martial arts and Kabuki-inspired performances made him the only magician of his time able to open for such super-star concert artists as Diana Ross, Cheap Trick, and Tom Jones.
He has been featured on every major television network, headlined shows at Caesars Palace and other top casinos worldwide. In 1993, The Academy of Magical Arts named him “Magician of the Year,” and both The Magic Circle and the Fédération Internationale des Sociétés Magiques (FISM) have awarded him with their top honors. He is the founder of the McBride Magic & Mystery School in Las Vegas, named by the BBC as “the world’s most prestigious magic school.”
THE UNIQUE INTERACTIVE VIP AFTER-PARTY EXPERIENCE WILL EXPAND YOUR MIND!
VIP ticket holders will attend the After-party where guests share quality time with Jeff McBride to experience inspiring behind-the-scenes stories, ask questions and learn a bit of magic they can perform for themselves!
"One of the greatest teachers in the history of magic. He'll share an important story - his own."
- David Copperfield
"Fantastic Virtual Experience!! Superb!"
- Mat Franco, USA America's Got Talent winner
"The most beautiful magic show that I've seen in a long time."
- Adrian Lacroix, Argentina Master Magician
"What an experience and a privilege to dive into the life of the Grand-Master!"
- Andrew Lee, Malaysia Asia’s Got Talent and Britain’s Got Talent semi finalist
Here's what the New York press said about Jeff McBride:
"He wields the primordial weapons of the magician -- the wand, chalice and sword. He wrestles with titanic unseen forces. He does not do rabbits."
- The New York Times
"McBride, with sleeves pushed up, extrudes card after card from the air. Cards sprout from every fingertip like cabalistic tentacles, then pour from his mouth, as if a full deck had been sequestered inside his cheeks."
- The New Yorker