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FINAL CONCERT CHANGED – May 5, 2017

FINAL CONCERT CHANGED – May 5, 2017

Adam Trent is not available as originally planned. Instead the performer will be the acclaimed illusionist, Jason Michaels. He will be performing magic and illusion at Faith Assembly Auditorium (1800 Road 72, Pasco, WA), on May 5, 2017, at 7:30pm.


Jason Michaels is a professional speaker and entertainer with astounding expertise in the arts of deception. A storyteller by heart, Jason loves to blend impossible mysteries with unforgettable tales. He has been performing sleight of hand, the art of illusion, and theatre for over twenty-five years.

Diagnosed with Tourette’s Syndrome at age six, Jason has overcome “the impossible” and became an internationally award-winning sleight-of-hand artist and professional speaker. He motivates audiences to see beyond their challenges and self-imposed limitations and inspires them to take action by living bigger, bolder lives.

Jason has shared his style of magic and illusion all over the world, from Las Vegas to London to Baghdad, Iraq. He has performed for VIP audiences and entertained celebrities like Martina McBride, Kix Brooks, Wynonna Judd, LeAnn Rimes, Rodney Atkins, Derrick Mason, Tony Orlando, and more! In his hit show ‘Jason Michaels Live!’, Jason involves your audience directly in the show and blows their minds with extremely visual magic, engaging true stories, and interactive comedy. Jason’s experience entertaining audiences around the world means that you can rest easy knowing your group is in an expert entertainer’s hand!

Read more about Jason Michaels on his website: www.jasonmichaelsmagic.com


What the Press is saying about Jason Michaels:

“Jason Michaels’ commanding stage presence captures an audience in magical ways. He not only astounds with his slight-of-hand card tricks, but he also takes spectators on a compelling journey as a storyteller. Both jaw-dropping and inspiring – a Jason Michaels’ performance is definitely worth the experience.” – Jessica Bliss, Columnist – The Tennessean

“The incorporation of audience participation and humor while performing illusions made for a lively and interactive event for the students, faculty, and staff of the LSU community.” – David Dessauer, Louisiana State University

“I wanted to take a moment to say ‘thank you’ for your spectacular performance at our annual corporate retreat. It was both refreshing and relaxing to just sit back and be entertained by a truly ‘Vegas’ quality show.” – Jim Owens – Prudential

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