Jeff McBride’s “Magic at the Edge” will be ending its special three-month engagement at Palace Station on November 22. The show combines elements of magic, martial arts, mime and Kabuki theatre, bringing an edgy, interactive mix to the intimate Sound Trax Showroom. It was recently named “Las Vegas’ Best Magic Show” by the International Magic Society.
From now until Nov. 22, locals will receive $10 off the original ticket price of $49 just by showing a Nevada ID. The show is at 7:30 p.m. nightly except Tuesdays. Tickets are available for purchase by calling (702) 574-5300, online at www.palacestation.com or at the Palace Station Box Office.
The final show is on Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 7:30 p.m.
Sound Trax Showroom
2411 W. Sahara Ave.
About Jeff McBride
Jeff McBride first came to Las Vegas as an opening act for Diana Ross at Caesars Palace more than 20 years ago. Since then he has performed opening or headline acts at the Golden Nugget, Las Vegas Hilton and was one of the leading magicians in Caesars Palace’s “Magical Empire” show. His unique style of performance art is a fusion of magic, mime, Kubaki theatre and martial arts that has amazed audiences all over the world. His television appearances include “Celebracadabra,” A&E’s “Mindfreak,” and “Star Trek – Deep Space Nine.” For more information, please visit www.mcbridemagic.com.