Xavier Mortimer Announces Headlining
Performances with the Iconic Magic Castle
World-renowned magician Xavier Mortimer, star of Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino, will perform at the exclusive Magic Castle in Hollywood, California, from Monday, Sept. 9 through Sunday, Sept. 16.
“This is an incredible honor and a dream come true for me to bring my show to the same stage where so many legendary entertainers have performed throughout the years,” said Mortimer. In addition to being awarded “Best Magic Show” by the Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” awards, Mortimer was a top five finalist on France’s Got Talent. He is the first performer in the history of Cirque du Soleil to headline a show on the Las Vegas Strip.
The Magic Castle, also known as the clubhouse of the Academy of Magical Arts, is a prestigious private institution, allowing entrance only to members and guests, or through courtesy invitations from performing magicians. Many celebrities and legendary magicians have performed at the Magic Castle, including Johnny Carson, David Blaine, Neil Patrick Harris, Siegfried & Roy, Steve Martin and more.
Mortimer’s Magic Castle performances will include highlights from his Las Vegas show as well as exciting new illusions and visionary marvels, including his shadows act and mind-bending broom levitation. The 45-minute shows will get a glimpse into Xavier Mortimer’s own dream world; combining comedy, illusions, acrobatics, and original music composed by the French illusionist himself, along with Maxime Rodriguez. Mortimer will take audiences through a romantic journey with captivating visuals, clever characters and unexpected twists.
Show times for the special engagement are 8, 10 and 11:30 p.m. on the club’s main stage. More information, including ticket purchases, are available at http://www.magiccastle.com/.
About Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream
Enchanting French performer Xavier Mortimer takes center-stage in Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream, combining elements of magic, comedy, drama and illusion. After performing in more than 30 countries, earning a spot as a finalist on “France’s Got Talent” and most recently starring in Cirque du Soleil’s acclaimed production, Michael Jackson One, Mortimer became the first Cirque troupe performer to launch a headlining residency on the Las Vegas Strip with the premiere of the show in 2016. The spellbinding production was written and directed by fellow French superstar, Alex Goude, and long-time legendary Vegas headliner, Michael Goudeau, and won Best Magic Show in the 2018 Best of Las Vegas awards. Allie Sparks performs alongside Mortimer as Belle, his dream girl and love interest. Show times for Xavier Mortimer’s Magical Dream are at 6 p.m. from Saturday through Thursday in the Windows Showroom at Bally’s Las Vegas Hotel and Casino. Tickets start at $52 for general admission and $72 for VIP, excluding tax and box office fees. Guests of all ages are welcome. Tickets may be purchased at the Bally’s box office, online at caesars.com/xaviermortimer or by calling 702.777.2782. Fans may follow Xavier Mortimer on Twitter and Instagram or like Xavier Mortimer on Facebook.