MAGICIAN JASON VERNERS performs this Thursday at the Avalanche Bar and Grill.

Magic coming to Avalanche Thursday

After numerous awards and television appearances, Jason's Magical Moments is excited to bring his show onto the road

From time-ticking escapes to creating memories of a child, Jason Verners has done it all.

After years of quietly mastering sleight-of-hand moves inside his room in a suburban Victoria home, the creative artist was ready to step onto a stage and show the world what he’s got.

So he did.

With an outgoing personality, Jason Verners gradually established two sides to himself — a performer and an experimenter. This new identity began to permeate his life and magic, allowing him to challenge the traditional notion of what magic is known for, into a modern, upbeat art form.

The fresh and clean-cut image Verners has led him to create original routines that caught the eye of many people, including performing stars such as Acres Of Lions and Current Swell.

After performing in locations such as Las Vegas, Orlando and headlining a show at the Magic Festival. After performing alongside music stars. After a bronze medal standing in the youth world championships.

After numerous awards and television appearances, Jason’s Magical Moments is excited to bring his show onto the road with The Simple Arts and Love Tour!

“Jason Verners is the future of magic and an inspiration for his generation.” — Royal Wood.

“I believe great things happen every day. Some big, some small, you just gotta pay attention.” — Matt Webb (Marianas Trench).

For a demonstration, visit www.youtube.com/watch?v=IfT7yXa7rHE or

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0SfaID_hjQ.

— Avalanche Bar and Grill

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