Magic Men Live Returns to Tampa Theatre

Back by popular demand, Magic Men Live – the nationally touring ladies night experience – returns to Tampa Theatre on Saturday, November 4. Tickets go on sale at noon Friday, Sept. 8, for the all-new interactive concert experience.

Featured in the New York Times for its unique and refreshing approach to male entertainment, Magic Men Live traveled to more than 100 cities in the US in 2016, performing in front of more than 150,000 people, breaking records and selling out venues from coast to coast. This fall, they return to Tampa Theatre for the third year running for the high-energy and intensely exciting experience designed with the desires of contemporary women in mind.

The talented and lovable cast of stunning guys are sure to appeal to a variety of tastes, and their dynamic productions of the hottest music, thrilling choreography and themed acts, bringing their fans’ favorite fantasies to life in an exciting and innovative way! Whether you’re a fan of the movies, a little country charm, or something a few shades darker (wink, wink), the Magic Men invite you to let loose, dance, sing, scream and get HANDS ON!

“Our goal is to make sure everyone walks out with two thing: memories and a smile,” says Myles Hass, the host and emcee of Magic Men Live.

TICKETS go on sale at noon Friday, Sept. 8, for $23.50-$78.50 (plus applicable fees) at the historic Franklin Street Box Office, and online at www.TampaTheatre.org. Special discounts apply for purchases of four or more tickets at the $23.50 and $33.50 levels. Tampa Theatre Members have the opportunity to reserve their seats early, starting at noon Wednesday, Sept. 6.

Built in 1926, Tampa Theatre hosts more than 600 events each year, including first-run films, classic movies, concerts, corporate events, educational programs, weddings and tours. It is a passionately protected landmark and one of America’s best-preserved movie palaces. The majestic building is owned by the City of Tampa and operated as a dynamic film and cultural center by the not-for-profit Tampa Theatre Foundation. Programming is sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, Florida Council on Arts and Culture, and the Hillsborough County Board of County Commissioners. Tampa Theatre is a proud member of the League of Historic American Theatres and the Art House Convergence.