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Quebec City is hosting the largest magic festival in North America

The event runs from July 25 to 31.

If you’re looking for a fun and intriguing activity to do in Quebec City this week, you should know that Quebec City is hosting the largest magic festival in North America until July 31st!


Quebec City MAGIC! is definitely a festival not to be missed if you love all things related to the art of magic and illusion.

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The spokesperson for this 11th edition is the famous Quebec creator of illusions Luc Langevin.

Dusting off magic, democratizing it, presenting it in all its forms. When I study in detail the vision and efforts invested for more than 10 years by Renée-Claude Auclair, Pierre Hamon and their team, I tell myself that it will not be an illusion to see Quebec City, MAGIC City! unfold in a grandiose way. Quebec City, MAGIC City! of course I believe in it… with my eyes closed and I’ll be there with pleasure!

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From July 25 to 31, more than 500 hours of free entertainment will be offered to families, tourists and residents.

A magic car driven by magicians will travel through the streets and commercial arteries of the neighborhoods to offer spontaneous magic performances.


About twenty installations will be on site to offer shows, performances and various workshops. An impressive “magic stunt” will also be given by Dean Gunnarson, an internationally renowned escape artist.

This is definitely an event not to be missed this week!

For more information on Quebec City MAGIC, click here.


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