Penn & Teller take the stage on Tahoe’s South Shore |

Penn & Teller take the stage on Tahoe’s South Shore

Penn & Teller perform at Harrah's Lake Tahoe on Friday, Feb. 23.
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What: Penn & Teller

When: Friday, Feb. 23, 7:30 p.m.

Where: Harrah’s Lake Tahoe

Tickets: Start at $82.11


Fans of both magic and comedy should look no further than Harrah’s Lake Tahoe this weekend. On Friday, Feb. 23, the iconic duo Penn & Teller take the stage in the venue’s South Shore Room for a performance you won’t soon forget.

“For over 40 years Penn & Teller have defied labels — and at times physics and good taste — by redefining the genre of magic and inventing their own very distinct niche in comedy,” states the duo’s online biography.

Together the two have performed sold-out runs on Broadway, taken stages around the world on tours, earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and appeared on shows including “Friends,” “Modern Family,” “Top Chef” and more.

Penn & Teller have also won the title of Las Vegas Magicians of the Year eight times, and held a 15-year stint at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, which, according to the bio, “makes them the longest-running and one of the most beloved headline acts in Las Vegas history, outselling every other resident magician on The Strip.”

The pair currently hosts “Penn & Teller: Fool Us!” on The CW. The show features magicians attempting to surprise Penn & Teller — the winner receives the opportunity to star in the award-winning performers’ Vegas-based stage show.

Grab your tickets for Penn & Teller’s South Shore production now — it shouldn’t come as a surprise that they’re going quickly. Prices begin at $82.11, and tickets for the 7:30 p.m. show are sold online via Ticketmaster.

Additional information about the comedic duo is available at, or on Facebook (@PennAndTeller).

— Lake Tahoe Action

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