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No visit to Las Vegas is complete without a magic show. Book your ticket in advance and guarantee a seat at a magic show delivered by the legendary performer David Copperfield. The MGM Grand Hotel and Casino hosts the critically acclaimed star, who has impressed audiences for years with convincing illusions and fascinating stories. Choose from multiple showtimes per day.
Ticket to David Copperfield at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino
Watch the world's premier magician perform live on stage
Choose from multiple performances each day
See the world-famous magician who has more than ten Guinness World Records
Make your way to MGM Grand Hotel and Casino depending on the showtime chosen at checkout. Collect your tickets from the box office and take a seat for the spectacular show.
Copperfield performs his own take on classic magic acts, and also recreates famous illusions such as him walking through the Great Wall of China. Audience interaction is an integral part of the show, with a random person picked to come up on stage every performance. He might even perform magic tricks in front of your seat when he comes into the audience.
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Master illusionist, David Copperfield, is a household name when it comes to the Las Vegas magic scene. Don’t miss your chance to see him perform inside the David Copperfield Theater at the MGM Grand Hotel and Casino.
While no performance is exactly the same, watch as Copperfield re-creates some of his famous illusions such as him walking through the Great Wall of China. He’ll also feature his own spin on some classic magic acts.
Audience interaction is a big part of the show as he incorporates a person picked at random for almost every illusion. You might even see him doing magic right in front of your seat when he performs illusions while standing in the audience!
The illusions are top notch - he pulled off some very impressive things.
We sat in the very front (could literally touch the stage). The seating was really cramped and the bright lights were blinding and the smoke effects were overwhelming in those seats.
At times, it seemed like David was giving a rushed speech - no inflection in his voice and he sounded annoyed even with his stage instructions for volunteers and the crew. I think it might be time for him to hang it up. He is a master illusionist to be sure - as I said the tricks were incredible, but I almost got the impression he didn’t want to be there.
To be fair, my husband was also there and he adored the whole show. He was like a little kid with how excited it all made him - so that’s two perspectives for you.