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A year ago, comic magician Piff the Magic Dragon solidified his presence in Las Vegas by moving to five shows a week at the Flamingo and cutting back on his busy touring schedule to spend more time on the Strip. The results include breaking all box office records at ...

Piff the Magic Dragon continues his Vegas takeover

October 29th, 2018

A year ago, comic magician Piff the Magic Dragon solidified his presence in Las Vegas by moving to five shows a week at the Flamingo and cutting back on his busy touring schedule to spend more time on the Strip. The results include breaking all box office records at ...

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