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Illusionicity: A Vegas Style Performance of Magic & Illusion in Utah!

Illusionicity is a 90 minute show that will be presented at the Sandy Amphitheater in Sandy, Utah!
DATE: Friday, June 25, 2010
TIME:  8 pm
COST:  Tickets are $10 for reserved seats, $8 for the grass.  Children 3 and younger are FREE.

-Click on this link for Illusionicity and use code ILLUSIONZONE

UPDATE!  You can avoid high service fees by getting tickets directly from Sandy Arts.  
In person go to: Sandy City Hall 10000 S Centennial Pkwy Room 310
By Phone: Call 801.568.2787
-----Use Code ILLUSIONZONE to get 20% off!!-------

There are service fees with Smith Tix.  With the discount you end up paying $27.00 for 2 tickets.  Tickets can be picked up at Will Call or mailed to you at no charge.

More info on the event:

A Vegas Style Performance of Magic and Illusion with Salt Lake Values.

Michelangelo and the Illusionicity Dancers will present more than 90 minutes of astonishing entertainment with illusions, music, magic and comedy including the world premiere of "Body+Blades," Michelangelo's newest—and most dangerous—creation yet. 

With nearly 1,000 fixed seats and room on the grassy hill "picnic-style" for 1,800 more, it will truly be a grand affair.

Witness illusions with your very eyes that you won't believe, even as you see them take place. The beautiful Sandy amphitheatre has never been home to a show of this kind before.

Illusionicity will be appropriate for all ages young and old alike. The show will be a perfect evening with a date, family, friends and anyone else you can think of.

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Jackie Durrant said…
I would love to go!!
Sounds like an awesome date night!
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What an awesome giveaway! I would love to see it and I will go anyway!
Leah said…
I would love to go :) very fun giveaway
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Brittany Atkinson said…
I would love to go.
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We love Sandy Amphitheater. This sounds like a really fun show.
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