David Copperfield

David Copperfield

David Copperfield
David Copperfield
They say that what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but is there anything that doesn’t happen in Vegas? This city seems to have it all, with a little bit of something to entertain everyone; comedy shows for those who like to laugh, strippers for those who like to watch, and musical acts for those who like to sing and dance. There are even shows designed for those with a magical mind, full of illusion to dazzle the senses.

One of these shows is headlined by the popular David Copperfield. Born David Seth Kotkin, Copperfield is known as an illusionist, but has also been called the best magician in the country. In fact, he was named the most commercially successful magician in history by Forbes magazine in 2006. Having sold over 40 million tickets, that fact comes as no surprise.

David Copperfield has made a number of popular appearances, including on television. He has been filmed making the Statue of Liberty disappear, flying over the Grand Canyon, and more with his incredible illusions.

Unlike any other magician, Copperfield even has experience in a popular Broadway musical. The musical was titled “Dreams and Nightmares” and set box office records due to its success. He has made quite a name for himself as an illusionist, and it is now possible for anyone to come see him in the great city of Las Vegas.

This David Copperfield show will be unlike any of his previous acts, but will combine popular elements from his career. One feature of the show will be him passing through a metal sheet, which appears to be solid in every way shape or form. This is just the tip of the iceberg, however, as the entire show holds much excitement to enjoy.

Illusionists aren’t for everyone, but you have a mind for fantasy, an active imagination, and you enjoy having a good laugh, this may be the show for you. Copperfield is a seasoned performer with years of success entertaining audiences all over the globe.

David Copperfield’s current show is performing at the reputable MGM Grand hotel and casino on the famous Las Vegas strip. The show lasts 90 minutes, and there will be two shows per day throughout the week; one at 7:30 pm and one at 10:00 pm. There is also a special matinee show on Saturdays at 4:30 pm. Children under five years old are not allowed to attend.

Reservations are suggested to secure a seat at this show, and tickets are available online, by phone, or at the venue box office. Prices start at $95.49, and drink services are available within the theater.