Happy Labor Day! We hope that you have a wonderful day with family friends, and all the people in your life that matter.
We’ll be spending labor day at our local festival in downtown Mansfield. You can catch our performance at 11:45AM. Be sure to hang out afterward to say hi! Heck, we might even hook you up with a balloon animal!
Thinking about Labor Day reminds me of how blessed we are to have awesome customers like you! I don’t do this nearly enough, but…
All of our fair and festival packages include strolling magic services.
If you’re not familiar with what this is, it’s where we engage small groups of attendees and perform close-up miracles David Blaine style.
We do this for a few reasons.
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As a festival organizer you’re probably used to working with bands.
You know what questions to ask and what to look for. You know what red flags to keep an eye on and what pitfalls to avoid.
Magicians are different. How do you know you’re getting someone who’s actually prepared to perform at a festival?
Anyone who’s watched American Idol knows that countless people think they can sing but can’t. Likewise not everyone who wields a deck of cards is a magician.
One of our specialties is festival entertainment. We’ve built an entire act just to accomodate this market.
Here are the common pitfalls magicians fall into when performing at festivals. Ask about these up front and you’ll avoid disaster later.
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“Wow… I love you guys!” said the sound guy…
“You gave me a detailed outline of what you bring and how you’ll need it set! The group after you just scribbled down that they’d need assorted instrument mic’s!”
Yeah… That’s because we understand the business side of show business.