My annual trip to Kokomo Indiana took on special value this time. I always enjoy seeing the people and doing the show. But, about a week before the show, a tornado hit the town. What was once just a magic show became a fund raiser for the Kokomo relief fund. We had a great crown and raised money for a good cause. Shawn Scott from Vegas was nice enough to add his set to the show. I am sure that helped to draw a crowd. In the end it all works out. Ain’t life grand.
I don’t post information about all my gigs. But I must say I always look forward to working at the Castle in Versailles. The venue is grand and perfect for weddings and parties. Everywhere you look it feels like you need to take a picture. I will be performing strolling magic and my full evening show. What a great gift for a newly wed couple to present to their guests. Can’t wait.
As a performer there is no sweeter words than “sold out”. But then, it is a mixed blessing. I always get calls from people who wanted to come, but could not. Still, there is always next month.
I know it’s only August. But Christmas is coming.
I am so pleased that past clients are contacting me to reserve space in my December performance calendar.
But, the down side is, it is often tough to make room for new clients as they learn of my services.
All I can say is. Call early and I will do evryting I can to provide magic for as many people as possible.
But, I will never over book a date and cut a paying client short.
Too many of you know know that feels like. Not a good thing to do to someone at Christmas time.
Full evening of magic at new location for Magic on the Mezzanine.
Its always to spend time with my magical friend Obtuse.
Looking forward to seeing his new digs. Buy tickets early.
Headed over to Coffeetimes this morning in Lexington for some strolling magic entertainment.
They are celebrating 33 years of coffee. How could I resist. I love coffee.
The event starts at 10 AM
I will be performing from Noon to 2.
Events like these are lots of fun for me. But also good business for them. The longer people stay the more people will buy.
Yup. Its all business. Lucky thewy have great food, coffee, and lots of really interesting stuff.