Amazing Kreskin

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Show Type:
Magic Shows

Mardi Gras Showroom
Riviera Hotel and Casino
2901 Las Vegas Blvd South
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Show Description:

Amazing Kreskin has become a name synonymous with mastering the human mind. This thought reader or ‘mentalist,’ as he is sometimes known, has been working for six decades at his astounding craft. The latest Amazing Kreskin show at the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Vegas is the product of a lifetime of honing his act, although, of course, the Amazing Kreskin would claim that his show is not an act at all, but simply a demonstration of his mind-bending powers.

Audiences can expect their senses of reality to be challenged by the Amazing Kreskin show, as the mentalist makes jaw-dropping predictions, and accomplishes mental feats that seem impossible even to the careful eye. Amazing Kreskin at the Riviera Vegas will see the thought-reader walking among the audience, interacting freely with all the audience members. Audience members will be wowed by his astounding skills in reading thoughts, inducing hypnosis, finding hidden objects and making predictions. In addition to his skills, Amazing Kreskin is also an experienced showman, known for his flair and comedian’s wit. While his humor is less controversial and raucous than that of younger hypnotists such as Michael Johns and Terry Stokes of the Hypnosis Unleashed show, he is sure to get audiences chuckling along.

As with all his shows, Amazing Kreskin at the Riviera Vegas will end with Kreskin having to find his check that an audience committee will hide somewhere in the venue. If Kreskin does not find where it is hidden, he’ll have to forfeit his pay. The thought-reader has only failed once, but the Amazing Kreskin at the Riviera Vegas show may prove to be the exception to the rule.

The Riviera is a great venue for an Amazing Kreskin show. The hotel is known for its great entertainment and dining facilities, and is host to the Sydney Hackett Rat Pack Show and one of the great Las Vegas impersonators, Greg London. The Amazing Kreskin show is on from Tuesday through Saturday, in the Mardi Gras Showroom. The hotel is also close to other Las Vegas hotspots, especially Circus Circus, and is not too far from Treasure Island and Encore.

Artist Biography:

Amazing Kreskin was born in Montclair, New Jersey. He says that it was during the childhood game of “hot and cold” that he discovered his incredible ability to find hidden objects. By the time he was in his teens, he was already recognized nationally, and was given the nickname The World’s Youngest Hypnotist. After taking part in various psychological studies investigating the power of suggestion, his reputation grew. In his late teens, he came up with his one of his most famous pieces, in which he requests for a check to be hidden in the venue in which he is appearing. If he fails to find it, he doesn’t get his pay.

Over the decades, Kreskin has become a global icon, with avid fans all over the world. He has become famous for his incredible predictions, especially those dealing with world affairs, such as his prediction of the 2008 US Presidential Election results, and the Super Bowl results that same year. Today, he has gained such iconic status that he is often known as the Nostradamus of the twenty-first century. Meanwhile, his Amazing Kreskin Show at the Riviera is the best place to find this interesting performer. His show goes on each night at 7 p.m. and is dark on Sundays and Mondays.

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