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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Franco Pascali cardistry prodigy and magician to play iPic Houston

iPic Houston June 6th and 7th 2018: Franco Pascali 20-Year Old Cardistry Prodigy Performs


I don't know about you, but I am sweating a little (not just because of the heat and humidity) about how to keep my kids entertained once school gets out. Cue Mr. Alice Cooper.

Well, here is something that just came up and it totally ties into me waxing nostalgic about Magic Island on social media last week.

iPic Houston in the River Oaks District offered my family tickets to the upcoming Franco Pascali show. Uh...count me in! If you haven't heard of this up and coming magic phenom, keep reading.

Pascali has already sold out the rest of his US iPic theater tour with his last stop in Houston June 6th and 7th (two shows each night).

The 20-year old is considered a cardistry prodigy.

I didn't know there was an actual term for a person who performs card tricks! Get this...I just came up with a new term for myself...I write mediablogistry for you.

Seriously, the Houston Museum of Natural Science had a magic exhibit a number of years ago and on the media preview night, we saw some awesome card tricks. You couldn't believe what was happening, even right up close.

Here is more about Pascali's act.

Attendees watch in wonder as celebrated magician and cardist Franco Pascali performed mind-bending, impossible feats right before your eyes. One of the country’s fastest-rising magicians, Franco brings over a decade of experience to the iPic stage to bring an unprecedented entertainment experience to select audiences.

Tickets are $65 for iPic Gold Members (sign up to become a member today at www.iPic.com) and $75 for non-members. In addition, guests can purchase the limited-seating VIP After-Show Experience following the show of each night for an additional $25.

Visit here to purchase tickets and check out the video teaser.



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