Criss Angel: Mindfreak Live in Las Vegas

We hit the red carpet to get an inside look at Criss Angel’s new Las Vegas show alongside the Mindfreak's celebrity friends and fans.

Debuting at the newly named Criss Angel TheaterCriss Angel: Mindfreak Live is the newest production from the illusionist.

Actor and former UFC champ Randy Couture told us why he keeps coming back for more.

“I’ve been to every version of the show so far, and I just feel like he just keeps refining it and getting it better, and really kind of capturing what he became known for in Mindfreak … I think he found a way to bring that to the stage and he’s going to continue to find ways to blow our minds.”

Angel has won, not just the attention of entertainment's top performers, but, their respect, as stated by Academy Award winning actor Gary Oldman.

“He really is a complete entertainer, he’s an illusionist, he’s an actor, a showman.”

Whether he’s on stage or performing on the street, Criss Angel has consistently wowed audiences for years, and promises that his newest installment will continue the trend.

When asked what to expect from this new project, Angel had this to say;

Mindfreak boasts a visual feast unlike any other production in the world. It’s just beyond a theater experience.”

When visiting Las Vegas, be sure to have your mind blown at Criss Angel: MindFreak Live in the Luxor Hotel & Casino!

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