David Blaine

Not Just Rabbits in Top Hats

OK, when I first saw David Blaine levitate, I was freaking out! The man is mesmerizing. He brings an energy and sophistication to his magic that Criss Angel never could. (Looking into those eyes even as channeled through a television screen is a spiritual experience.) I imagine that intensity is going to be amplified by a bazillion when David Blaine performs at 8pm on Sunday, July 23, at Kiva Auditorium. Tickets start at $48 for this magical night. (Maggie Grimason)

Sunday Jul 23, 2017

401 Second Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 768-4575
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Cost:

$48-$59

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An unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amuses.

Having revolutionized modern magic and mesmerized audiences unlike any performer in history, magician, illusionist, and stunt artist David Blaine will embark on his first-ever North American tour, announced today. Produced by Live Nation, the 40-city tour launches on May 30 in San Diego, CA and will conclude in Albuquerque, New Mexico at Kiva Auditorium on Sunday, July 23rd.

Blaine’s one-man show brings his unique brand of entertainment, promising to be an unforgettable interactive experience that both shocks and amuses. An experiment in and of itself, the tour will evolve as it moves across the country as Blaine continues to push the limits and attempt new feats for the first time live in front of his audiences. No two shows will be exactly the same, and tickets go on sale Friday, March 31st at LiveNation.com and on the Live Nation app.

Described by Howard Stern as the greatest magician that ever lived, David Blaine single-handedly redefined magic after producing and directing his original television special Street Magic when he was just twenty-three, which Penn Jillette of Penn & Teller called “the best TV magic special ever done.” The New York Times noted that Blaine has “taken a craft that’s been around for hundreds of years and done something unique and fresh with it,” whilst The New Yorker claimed “he saved magic.”