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Renowned Master Magician to perform at benefit for Earl Farm Foundation

The Earl Farm Foundation, a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to assisting families in need of food assistance, is presenting what they are calling “an enchanting evening of magic and wonder” on Sunday, August 6, 2023.

Headlining the evening will be Lance Burton, a Las Vegas headliner for 31 years before retiring in 2010.

“Burton’s mesmerizing performances have captivated audiences worldwide, and his appearance at this event promises to be an extraordinary experience,” stated a press release.

Joining Burton on stage will be a lineup of other talented magicians, each specializing in a unique style of magic including close-up magic and illusions,

Attendees will also have the chance to participate in a “$50,000 Keep it or Trade it” game show with a chance to win $50,000.

Also performing throughout the evening will be The Detroit Circus Performers, who specialize in high flying aerial antics on fabric, fire eating, stilt walking and stilt acrobatics, juggling, feats of mind-bending strength and acrobalance.

The event will also feature a Curiosity Barn filled with intriguing and unusual exhibits, a whimsical Balloon Launch, and a selection of Food Trucks. Beer and wine enthusiasts will also have the opportunity to indulge in a variety of fine beverages.

For those eager to take home a piece of this magical evening, limited-edition prints of magic artwork will be available. Only 20 prints will be hand-signed and numbered by local artist Susan Pominville.

All-inclusive tickets for the event can be purchased at EarlFarm.com.

A ore-event show will be held on Saturday afternoon, August 5, when a special kids’ show will feature the “Moogician” from 1-3 pm. For just $20, children will enjoy a captivating magic show, along with popcorn and popsicles. Tickets for that event are also available at EarlFarm.com

The Earl Farm Foundation, a family-run organization, has donated over 36,000 pounds of ground beef to local food pantries and organizations such as Bountiful Harvest, LACASA, SonRise Food Pantry, Family Impact Center, Active Faith, Torch 180, The Connection Youth Services, and The Salvation Army.

Donations can be made online at EarlFarm.com.

For those preferring traditional methods, checks can be made payable to The Earl Farm Foundation and mailed to 3025 Oak Grove Road, Howell, Michigan 48855.

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