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

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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

Thursday, September 18, 2014

100 Dallas Creatives:No 58 Edward Ruiz

Photo by Karleen Ruth 
Man of Mystery
Recently I was named by Dallas Observer's Mixmaster Blog as one of Dallas 100 Creatives.
Read the story and the interview by Danielle Georgio HERE.

Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Confetti Eddie September 12th 2014

Dallas Observer 19 Awesome Things to Do in Dallas This Weekend , September 11-14
Confetti Eddie's Magic and Burlesque Show
Confetti Eddie is back with more magic this weekend. This time with guest host Justin Locklear and performances by Magician Trigg Watson, Singer Lyric Laveau, Sideshow Performer and Sword Swallower Jai Le Bait, and of course Confetti Eddie and The Lovely Karleena. Show starts at 8 p.m. Friday, with tickets for $20, available at