Festival Of Illusions

Lincoln City is magic during Spring Break! Visit the Lincoln City Cultural Center for a week full of amazing performances during the Festival of Illusions.


This year's Festival of Illusions is bigger and better than ever with headline entertainment and family fun during Spring Break. Each performance will be held at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.

All seating is reserved, so make sure to get your tickets early and claim your desired seats. Their online ticketing system is a fast, easy, and secure way to purchase tickets.

The 2021 Festival of Illusions will feature COVID-safe activities.


March 21 - Matt Baker: Comedy & Stunt Show (In Person)
March 22 - Brett Belleque: The Magical Mr. B (In Person)
March 22 - Louis Pearl: The Amazing Bubble Man (Virtual)
March 23 - Louie Foxx:The One Man Side Show (In Person)
March 25 - Jeff Evans: Outrageously Impossible (In Person)


The visual arts component of the Festival of Illusions — the Abra Cadabra Open Art Space — has changed as well. This year volunteers will be creating special magic trick art kits for families to take home and enjoy. Three different tricks will be included: “Walk Through a Piece of Paper,” “Magically Appearing Color Drawing,” and a surprise that has yet to be revealed.

They will be available for pickup along with several other imaginative choices from the Creative Quarantine shop. Kits will be offered by donation while supplies last. The shop will be open for regular hours (10 am -4 pm, Thursday through Sunday), one half hour before all in-person magic shows, and by appointment.

2021 Event Information

For the most up-to-date information about the festival, visit the Festival of Illusions website, or call 541-994-9994.

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