The Top 3 Vegas Magicians


Vegas Magicians

What’s Vegas without the Vegas Magicians and their incredible shows bedazzling the city visitors at every corner! These are some of the best performances in the entertainment business, and you can find the complete list on the Las Vegas Travel Guide.

Magic Murray

Murray Sawchuck, the celebrity magician performing at Sin City Theater, Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, 3667 S Las Vegas Blvd. This magician also made it through season5 of the popular show “America’s got talent” with the one-of-a-kind trick where he vanished a whole 1918 steam train in a blink of an eye.

Frederic Da Silva

Famous since his stint on the TV show “France Has Talent”, this magician and hypnotist have earned many awards: twice winner of the Golden Nostradamus, best mentalist in Europe, and more.

Although he explains that illusion is a mix of neuro-linguistic programming, memorization, psychology, suggestion, hypnosis, and magic, he is convinced that no one can ever unveil his tricks and of course, he will not reveal them to you.

Da Silva describes what the audience has in their pockets, guess a word that you have chosen randomly in a novel, reveal the name of the person you are thinking about, it will leave you speechless.

Criss Angel

On stage, LED lights and laser blasts, immersive 3D and pyrotechnic effects, and virtual world projections will be wrapped up with acrobatics performance from Cirque du Soleil, DJs and musicians all on the stage to perfect this awe-inspiring act. 

Best known Vegas Magicians across the Atlantic, Criss Angel is yet a world star, who has managed to combine illusionism, Gothic style, and metal-rock music. It is enough to see that he was awarded the titles of “Magician of the Year” 5 times (2001, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008) by the IMS (International Magicians Society), “Magician of the Decade” In 2009 and “Magician of the Century” in 2010.

His best-known acts include walking on the water, levitating, cutting people in half, removing an elephant, or just escaping from incredible places. Like Houdini. He also holds the Guinness-approved record for the largest number of simultaneous disappearances of people: in 2010, he vanished 10 rows of 10 handcuffed spectators from the theater at the Luxor Hotel.

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