It’s been three long years since the International Brotherhood of Magicians dazzled audiences from the CEPA stage. Now in 2022, they’re back and better than ever.
- A Magical Evening 2022
- August 5
- at CEPA in Pell City
- 25 Williamson Drive, 35125
- 5:30 p.m. – Close Up Magic in Lobby
- 6 p.m. – Stage Show
- $15 Adults / $5 Children Under 12
On Friday, August 5, A Magical Evening returns to the Center for Education and Performing Arts in Pell City. The show will start at 5:15 p.m. with the return of close-up magic in the lobby. The stage show begins at 6 p.m.
This fantastical, family-friendly showcase features some of the state’s most electrifying illusionists, all returning in top form from a long hiatus.
“We’ve been using our time wisely – we used it to expand and grow,” said magician Brian Reaves. “We have lots of new members and new acts, and everything is top quality. I believe this will be the best show we’ve ever done.”
Reaves, who is currently touring the Southeast with his new show “An Evening of Deception (eveningofdeception.com), has won numerous awards for his illusions, including Birmingham’s “Magician of the Year” five times, WCM People’s Choice Award, Close-Up Champion, and many others.
He will be joined again at CEPA in 2022 by David Merlin – The Paranormalist. Merlin’s show has taken him all around the world to perform for thousands of people from every continent.
Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children under 12. Get yours now at pellcitycepa.com/tickets.