Headlining comic magician Mac King moves his show to Excalibur this month

Mac King is ready to take the castle.

Iconic magician and comedian Mac King, who marked 20 years straight of performing on the Las Vegas Strip at Harrah’s just a few months before the coronavirus shut down live entertainment across the country last year, is set to reopen The Mac King Comedy Magic Show on June 22 at its new home, the Thunderland Showroom at Excalibur.

King confirmed last month that his show, one of the most popular family-friendly offerings on the Strip, was looking for a new theater after Caesars Entertainment, operators of Harrah’s Las Vegas, decided to close several live entertainment venues across its different local casino properties. Now at Excalibur under the MGM Resorts banner, he’ll share the space with Thunder From Down Under and The Australian Bee Gees Show and collaborate with the room’s operator and those shows’ production company, SPI Entertainment.

King will perform at the Thunderland Showroom at 1 and 3 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and tickets start at $45 at ticketmaster.com or excalibur.com.

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