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Magic show on Nov. 26 benefits The Singletons

Posted 11/23/22

Take part in an afternoon of astonishment, awe and mystery at a magic show for kids and adults on Nov. 26, benefiting The Singletons, a nonprofit supporting single-parent families battling cancer.

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Magic show on Nov. 26 benefits The Singletons

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Take part in an afternoon of astonishment, awe and mystery at a magic show for kids and adults on Nov. 26, benefiting The Singletons, a nonprofit supporting single-parent families battling cancer.

“The Comedy Trickster” John Fitzsimmons and experience-based magician Tank Hanna will create human connections to magic and one another during this festive holiday weekend event, a press release stated.

Fitzsimmons, a three-time Guinness World Record holder, has appeared on “America’s Got Talent,” “The Gong Show,” “I Can See Your Voice” as well as Penn & Teller’s “Fool US.”

Also enjoy a special performance by Kenton Knepper, known around the world as the “Godfather of Mentalism.” Knepper has written 50 books on mentalism and teaches silent influence to select corporations and individuals, according to the release.

The magic show begins at 12 p.m. and will take place at Scottsdale Civic Center Auditorium.

General admission is $20 and VIP, which includes a meet and greet with a mini close-up magic show after the main event, is $100. Tickets can be purchased here.

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