Las Vegas close-up in october 2009

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Postby Juha-Matti » 08/13/09 12:47 PM

Hi fellows

I am going to Las Vegas for two weeks from 6.10.2009-20.10.2009 and I was wondering if anyone has any knowledge where I might be able to see some close-up magic in town? I have been into magic for over 15 years so I know thing or two myself as well.

I at least read from the forums about magic catherings at Boomers Bar&Grill on wensday evenings? It would be nice to meet some fellow magicians from otherside of the world :) Also Denny&Lee has shop in Vegas and there is Houdini magic shop but any other places worth checking? Of course I will attend most of the big shows as well.

Feel free to contact me here or straight to my email at korttihai_82@hotmail.com

Sincerely

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Postby Jason England » 09/15/09 09:48 PM

MIchael Weber lecture on the 7th of October. There is another post about that here on Genii.

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Postby Gordon Meyer » 09/18/09 04:13 PM

There's a magic shop in the Riveria that's for the public, but fun for a quick browse. They have things you won't see in Denny's or a Houdini shop.
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Postby Brandon Hall » 09/18/09 05:34 PM

Details, please, Gordon? It would have to a pretty cool shop to get me in the Riviera...
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Postby Juha-Matti » 09/21/09 10:19 AM

Jason England wrote:MIchael Weber lecture on the 7th of October. There is another post about that here on Genii.

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I did a quick search but didnt find any more info about this? I met Weber at Finland last easter. Extremely nice guy and he helped me with my University study as well

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Postby Juha-Matti » 09/25/09 06:09 PM

Ah, found the info from Buzz forums. The search engine just came up with nothing...
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