Comedy-Magician Mac King Goes Pink for a Cause with Fundraiser to Make Breast Cancer ‘Disappear’

Comedy-Magician Mac King joins the fight to make breast cancer disappear during Breast Cancer Awareness Month with a special fundraiser benefitting Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada. Throughout the month of October, guests who make a $5 donation after the show will receive two limited edition pink “Mac King & Susan G. Komen – Magic For a Cure” wristbands. For those that purchase two merchandise products after the show King will donate the $5 on their behalf. All proceeds will benefit Susan G. Komen of Southern Nevada. The wristbands won’t be the only pink in Mac King’s show. For the entire month of October, King will “go pink” for a cause by ditching his traditional yellow “Cloak of Invisibility” for a pink one.

“Breast Cancer is a terrible and unfortunate disease that no one should have to endure,” said King. “That’s why I’m calling upon my guests to join me in the fight to make breast cancer disappear. Wearing a nifty “Magic For A Cure” wristband is a great way to show support and raise awareness for this important cause.”

About Mac King
Now in his 12th year of headlining afternoons at Harrah’s Las Vegas, Mac King has been consistently lauded throughout his impressive run, including recently being named “Best Strip headliner” in the Las Vegas Weekly’s 2011 annual Vegas’ best awards. Las Vegas Review-Journal’s “Best of Las Vegas” readers’ poll named his show the “Best Bargain Show” for eight straight years (2003-2011) and deemed him “Favorite Male Las Vegan” in 2008. King has also been honored as Magic Magazine’s “Funniest Act in Magic,” the World Magic Awards’ “Best Comedy Magician” and the Magic Castle’s “Magician of the Year.”

Sought after worldwide, King has made television appearances on “The Late Show with David Letterman,” and all five of NBC’s “The World’s Greatest Magic” TV specials. King has also made several appearances at the “Just For Laughs” comedy festival in Montreal, and was a featured performer in the “Masters of Magic” series at the Luminato Festival in Toronto, Canada.

King, one of today’s brightest and most talented magicians, takes the stage twice daily, Tuesday through Saturday, at Harrah’s Las Vegas at 1 and 3 p.m. in the Showroom Theatre. Tickets are $29.95 plus tax. Additional information on The Mac King Comedy Magic Show can be found by visiting