The Boulder Magic Show at Dairy Arts Center

Whether you're a fan of illusion or enjoy a good card trick, the Boulder Magic Show is a wonderful way to spend a fall evening believing in the impossible. It is suitable for children 8 and up, and takes place on 10/14 at 5:30pm at the Grace Gamm Theater inside the Dairy Arts Center (located at 2590 Walnut Street). Get your tickets here!

The Boulder Magic Show is hosted by Braden Carlisle, a magician from Sacramento who performs all over the country. His act is mixed with a lot of humor, making it a magic show and a standup routine all in one.

Braden works with the largest magic company in the US to curate shows that thrill the audience and keep them guessing. He’s also the author of Agree to Disagree, a magic theory book, and the host of a weekly magic-centric podcast, “Awesome People Talking.”

About the Dairy Arts Center

The Dairy Arts Center was originally owned by Watts-Hardy Dairy and used as a milk-processing facility. In 1992, it was reimagined as a diverse, inclusive, and central meeting place and performance venue for artists, performers, dancers, and musicians of all genres. Made up of 42,000 square feet of rehearsal spaces, dance studios, art galleries, classrooms, offices, and a 60-seat art house, it presently serves as the largest multi-disciplinary arts center in Boulder. 

Not far from the Dairy is Habitat Apartments, located in Gunbarrel with convenient access to shopping in Boulder and beyond. We offer apartments and townhomes with private patios, a heated pool, outdoor kitchens, pet-friendly perks, and multiple floor plans to choose from. Contact us today to learn why we’re a magical place to live. 

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