The Naked Magicians Begins First Las Vegas Residency February 13

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Tickets are now on sale for The Naked Magicians’ Las Vegas residency at the MGM Grand, scheduled to start February 13. The Australian duo will perform their R-rated magic shows six nights a week in Brad Garrett’s Comedy Club.

The Naked Magicians is an adult magic show that features Australian magicians Mike Tyler and Christopher Wayne performing full-frontal illusions. The two have taken their show to over 200 cities in seven countries. The group’s upcoming residency marks The Naked Magician’s first in Las Vegas. At the MGM Grand, they will perform six times a week, Wednesday through Monday. All audience members must be at least 21 years old.

The Naked Magicians have been featured on major news outlets including USA Today, Cosmopolitan, HuffPost, KTLA and more. The Australian Arts Review called The Naked Magicians “the hottest ticket in town” while the Sunday Herald dubbed them “one of the most stimulating magic shows in the world.”

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Before he became one of The Naked Magicians, Tyler was a competitive swimmer in the National Championships and Pan Pacific Games. Wayne performed as a magician on Channel 10’s longest running program “Toasted TV,” before becoming the first Australian magician in broadcast history to have his own series. His show, “More Than Magic,” aired in Australia, New Zealand, England and the United States.

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