Tickets now available for 4 p.m. Magic Show
Last updated 10/8/2009 at Noon
FALLBROOK — Now that more sponsors have contributed toward production costs and tickets are nearly sold out for the 7 p.m. November 1 Magic Show fundraiser, the Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary has announced that tickets are now available for a second show the same day at 4 p.m. The tickets can be bought at Major Market.
The Bob Burton Center for the Performing Arts at Fallbrook High School will be the stage for one of the world’s largest, award-winning magic/illusion/comedy shows. If purchased ahead of time, tickets are only $15, with proceeds going to the animal sanctuary.
If any seats remain on show day, they will be $30 at the door. In other locations, this same show has sold out with tickets priced at $100. These general admission seats are on a first-come-first-serve basis.
The “Art of Imagination” features magic, comedy, grand illusions, audience participation and exotic animals. Las Vegas-based Carson Entertainment, with professional magician Garry Carson, has performed worldwide and been featured on numerous TV specials in the US, Europe and Australia, most recently appearing on Fox TV’s “Masters of Illusion.”
“So many people have been asking us for another show,” Animal Sanctuary founder Janet LuCore said, “and we’re happy we can do it. They can thank the local business owners who have sponsored ads that help us pay production costs.
“For only a few dollars more than a movie ticket, families can experience the excitement of a live Las Vegas family-oriented show in their own town and know that every penny of their ticket goes directly to saving the lives of abandoned pets.”
Tickets are also available through the mail, but people should call first to see if the show is sold out. Checks should be made out to Fallbrook Animal Sanctuary and mailed, along with a self-addressed, stamped envelope, to the sanctuary at PO Box 159, Fallbrook, CA 92088.
For more information or to see a promo video of the show, visit http://www.fallbrookanimalsanctuary.org or call (760) 685-0012.