FAMILY MAGIC SHOW
TO BENEFIT THE SINGLETONS OF ARIZONA
John Fitzsimmons is a valley based magician who will be headlining in a charity magic show. He is partnering up with 2 of his magic cohorts, J. Tank, and Kenton Knepper, to put on a charity magic show at the Scottsdale Civic Center Auditorium on November 26th at 12:00 PM.
100% of ALL Ticket Proceeds Benefit The Singletons of Arizona
In this segment, John will share with your hosts and audience some exciting, visual, comedy magic. He will talk about his recent appearances on I Can See Your Voice and Penn & Teller's: FOOL US! John will also talk about how magic is booming in the valley right now with all kinds of corporate and private events and that is why this local group of magicians has partnered up to give back to our community by producing a family friendly magic show to benefit The Singletons.
Possible Segment Performance Tricks
- Rubik’s cube solved while blindfolded and riding a unicycle
- The world’s scariest card trick
- Escape from a straitjacket while riding a unicycle
- The S.T.U.P.I.D. Hat™
- The world’s most dangerous card trick
- Balloon swallowing
- And much more…
Who: John Fitzsimmons - The Comedy Trickster
J. Tank - Scottsdale's Favorite Magician
Kenton Knepper - The Godfather of Mentalism
When: Saturday, Nov. 26, 2022 at 12 p.m.
Where: Scottsdale Civic Center Auditorium | 3839 N. Drinkwater Blvd. Scottsdale, AZ 85251
Why: Tank Hanna, devoted dad and single parent, created this opportunity for families to experience magic in real life, and to raise awareness and support for The Singletons.
Price: $20 General Admission | $100 VIP (includes a meet and greet with a mini close up magic show after the main event).
John Fitzsimmons is a 3-time GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® holder who has performed his magic on every major TV network in the nation. Some of his appearances include (NBC) America's Got Talent, (ABC) The Gong Show, (FOX) I Can See Your Voice, and (CW) Penn & Teller's: FOOL US.
For over 2 decades, John Fitzsimmons has performed his unique magic
on the local news here in the Valley. Here are some of those appearances.