13 'Magic' Years Celebration of 'The Mac King Comedy Magic Show'

Comedy-Magician Mac King celebrated 13 years of performing “The Mac King Comedy Magic Show” at Harrah’s Las Vegas at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. After a special show, Christian Stuart, Harrah’s regional vice president and assistant general manager presented King with a cake and a proclamation from Mayor Carolyn G. Goodman naming May 11, 2013 “Mac King 13th Anniversary Day” in Las Vegas.

Mac King 13th Anniv Proclamation
Christian Stewart - Harrah’s Regional VP With Mac King
‘Mac King 13th Anniversary Day’ Proclamation

King also received certificates of commendation from Governor Brian Sandoval and United States Senator Dean Heller.

“I am very honored and grateful to be celebrating my 13th anniversary and I feel lucky to have landed here at Harrah’s Las Vegas. I have made several mighty great pals in this city and it’s because of you I am able to continue doing what I love to do – perform magic,” said King. “A big thank you to all my pals and fans who have come out to support comedy and magic in the afternoon. I look forward to making more memories here at Harrah’s Las Vegas and I really am the luckiest boy on earth.”

The Mac King Comedy Magic Show 13th Anniversary Cake
Mac King’s Fishy Cake

Several of King’s celebrity pals helped him celebrate the momentous occasion on the red carpet including: the cast of Million Dollar Quartet, Defending the Caveman’s Kevin Burke, the cast of Chippendales, Maren Wade from iCandy Burlesque, Mark Shunock from Rock of Ages and his wife Cheryl Daro, Eric and Jayne Post from Marriage Can Be Murder, and more. King then performed a special show for his pals and guests of the hotel where he presented the newest member of the cast – Colonel Sanders.

Mac King and The Million Dollar Quartet
Mac King and The Million Dollar Quartet

King began his full-time one-man show “The Mac King Comedy Magic Show” at Harrah’s Las Vegas in 2000. Since then, King has performed an unprecedented 6,760 Las Vegas shows to more than one million audience members at the main showroom at Harrah’s.

This translates to:

  • 3,380 days of plaid suits worn
  • 20,280 feet of rope used for King’s famous rope trick
  • 351,520 playing cards
  • 20,280 magically appearing fig newton pastries
  • And 33,800 audience volunteers!

“Harrah’s Las Vegas is proud to have served as home to Mac King for the past 13 years. He is not only an exceptional entertainer who has entertained more than a million audience members since opening here at Harrah’s, but he is also an accomplished writer and an outstanding citizen who is an avid supporter of literacy programs. Harrah’s Las Vegas hopes to serve as his home several more years,” said Christian Stuart, Harrah’s regional vice president and assistant general manager. Photo credit: Gabe Ginsberg

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