Monday, June 22, 2015

Magic Burlesk & Sideshow July 2015

For tickets visit : Prekindle.com 

Magicians evolved from pulling rabbits out of hats to crafting modern day media spectaculars, but many of these mind-twisting tricks build upon illusions of the past. Head to magician Confetti Eddie’s private studio as you get an insider’s peek into the history of magic and a workshop where the tricks themselves are built. Then you’ll sit down for a dazzling magic performance and get the chance to speak with the performers after the show.
MagiciansTrigg Watson and Confetti Eddie will perform magic and Illusions in a parlor setting.
Also on the show  Sideshow performer Jai Le Bai ,Burlesque and Circus performer Bethany Summersizzle and Blaze the Red Rose of Texas.
This is going to be a fun Night Bethany and I are doing a couple of new acts together and she will be doing some aerial hoop .

Trigg Watson is competing in the World Championships of Magic in Italy this July ,  you'll get a chance to see some of his traveling stage show here !

Blaze the Red Rose of Texas , Bethany Summersizzle and Confetti Eddie have all performed at the prestigeous New Orleans Burlesque Festival. Not to mention both Confetti Eddie and Bethany Summersizzle performed at the London Burlesque Festival this past may.
Do I need to say we have world class talent here for you?
Please Join Us July 31st .
Limited seating get your tickets asap.

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Confetti Eddie London Burlesque Festival 2015

Confetti Eddie will be performing three LBF show nights in May 2015. 
Sexy Circus Sideshow May 21 
Burlesque Gin & Jazz May 22
Boylesk Revue May 24

Check out my performer page : HERE

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Magic Burlesk and Sideshow April 24

This event made the Dallas Observer's top things to do : Go Here 

Confetti Eddie & Trigg Watson
MAGIC. Not Johnson. Just magic. See modern day spectacles from Dallas' own Confetti Eddie and Trigg Watson. At 10 p.m. Friday Confetti Eddie invites you into his personal studio, 823 Exposition Ave., where illusions will be performed, Lyric Laveau will sing and special guest star Sweet T will burlesque her tatas off. Also featured in the show? Jai Le Bait, the one and only sideshow performer. Duh. And before the show even begins, you'll receive a tour through the studio where you'll learn the history of magic, including that one ill-fated day when Criss Angel became famous and almost ruined it for everyone. At Confetti's request, space will be limited to 50 people to create a cozy, parlor atmosphere. Even though this sounds like the setup of the movie Clue, we assure you it's not. Light snacks and poison-free drinks will be provided as well as a brief intermission. The show is 90 minutes long and tickets are available for $20-$30 at prekindle.com. -Nikki Lott

Monday, November 24, 2014

A Magical Experience CW33

Recently our show was mentioned on CW33 North Texas TV.
Special Thanks to Macario Hernanez CW33.
See the Video Here .

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Magic November 22 and 29, 2014

For tickets go to:  Prekindle.com 

Magicians evolved from pulling rabbits out of hats to crafting modern day media spectaculars, but many of these mind-twisting tricks build upon illusions of the past. 

Head to magician Confetti Eddie’s private studio as you get an insider’s peek into the history of magic and a workshop where the tricks themselves are built. Following the tour, you’ll sit down for a dazzling magic performance and get the chance to speak with the performers after the show.

MagiciansTrigg Watson and Confetti Eddie will perform magic and Illusions in a parlor setting.

Also on the show The Lovely Karleena , Singer Lyric Laveau , Sideshow performer Jai Le Bai and Burlesque performer Sweet T.

One hour thirty minute show with intermission. Light snacks and drinks will be provided at no extra cost.

Limited seating only 50 tickets available.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Best Magic Parlor 2014

Confetti Eddie wins Best Magic Parlor in Dallas Observer's Best of Dallas 2014 .

                                                      Image courtesy of Dallas Observer.
Read More HERE