2018 isn't even half over yet and here's Magi-Fest coming up with even more reasons why you should register ASAP for the upcoming convention set to take place in Columbus, Ohio on January 17-19, 2019. Today, Magi-Fest announced the first three names slated to appear at the convention with performances and lectures.
First up, we have Yann Frisch, the 2012 FISM winner for close-up magic and creator of perhaps the greatest cup and ball routine ever devised. He'll a part of the closing gala show, and will also present a brand new lecture.
Next, Nick Diffatte is the self-described "tannest magician" of Minnesota, and his comedy magic going to be part of the Friday Night Stage slot.
The last confirmation so far is a very special talk from Werner Reich, a 90 year old magician and Holocaust survivor, who discovered magic during his internment at Auschwitz.
Registration for the event is still available at the $150 early bird rate, but that price goes up to $200 after May 15, so if you're interested in attending, head over to magifest.org to secure your spot. Magi-Fest has teased that the headliner and Guest of Honor are both going to be "big, big, big news", and if these early reveals are any indication, Magi-Fest 2019 is going to be an event to remember.