Get Tickets to See the World-Class Mentalist who Already Knows What You’re Thinking

09/12/2018 in
Get Tickets to See the World-Class Mentalist who Already Knows What You’re Thinking

By: Jessica Ainlay

From Pier 17’s opening that kicked off the summer to the Milan-based ‘living magazine’ 10 Corso Como, Sarah Jessica Parker’s own SJP both opening in September, it seems that something new is opening every day in the Seaport District.

All the way back in 2016, iPic Entertainment and the Tuck Room moved in to the Seaport, and they have shown no signs of stopping in terms of bringing exciting programming to Lower Manhattan. Take the return of world-renowned mentalist – and former local Wall Street employee – Oz Pearlman’s Truth Be Told: Evening of Mentalism and Magic. Tickets are now on sale for this 90-minute ‘magic show’, which showcases Pearlman’s astonishing mind reading ability that Tony Robbins, the New York Times and Forbes all confirm will blow your mind and win over even the harshest skeptics out there (which, for New York, is saying a lot!).

From the start of the 7:30p show, Oz’s “magic of the mind” skills leave audiences wondering how he did that and how he knew that!

The VIP Pre-Show Experience extends to a meet and greet, and tableside magic in the Tuck Room at 6:30pm.

For an evening of world-class mentalist magic right in Lower Manhattan, get your tickets here.

 

Tags: Lower Manhattan, South Street Seaport

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