'America's Got Talent' Finalist and 'America's Favorite Mystifier' Mike Super Live on Stage
Saturday, January 6 - 7 pm
On Sale Friday, November 17 at 10 am
For the first time in the Quad Cities, America's Got Talent Finalist Mike Super is coming to the TaxSlayer Center for one night only, Saturday, January 6 at 7pm. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 17 at 10 am
As the winner of NBC's hit TV show 'Phenomenon', Mike is the only magician in history to win a LIVE magic competition on primetime US network television and voted America's Favorite Mystifier! Through spectacular illusions and his own inimitable down-to-earth style and personality, Mike Super has pioneered a new form of magic that transcends the "trick". Mike has emerged as magic's newest celebrity, with a legion of fans numbering in the millions.
The secret to Mike's success is his natural ability to entertain & captivate people.
Mike has brought the art of magic back to the people and connects personally with his audience on a level they can relate to. Whether it's through television, stage or simply one-on-one, Mike Super's personality and humor reaches out and enchants the public. His appeal to both young and old has made him one of the most sought after mystifiers in the world! Join the journey of emotions from laughter, intrigue, danger, fear, wonder, anticipation, tears and sentimentality that only Mike Super delivers.
Ticket prices are $19.50, $29.50, $39.50, and $59.50 and go on sale Friday, November 17 at 10 am. Tickets are available at the TaxSlayer Center box office, by phone at 800-745-3000, and online at www.ticketmaster.com.

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