Looking for a laugh? Few shows are as unique, mind-boggling, and hilarious as ones that incorporate hypnosis.
I think we can all agree that few things are more enjoyable than random people making a fool of themselves on stage (I’m looking at you too, karaoke bars).
While other articles detailing hypnosis shows in Vegas are longer, they tend to include shows that have gone dark or don’t incorporate hypnosis at all – I thought it would be helpful to create something more concise.
For each hypnosis show, I’ll be sure to link out to a couple of trusted ticketing options so that you can easily shop around and find the best deal.
Hypnosis on the Strip
Paranormal Mind Reading at Horseshoe
While I don’t personally know what the FISM European Championship of Magic is, I do know that Frederic Da Silva of Paranormal Mind Reading won it in 2011.
In addition to that, he was a participant in “France’s Got Talent”. He now calls Horseshoe home and combines mentalism, magic, and hypnosis into a thrilling show that has left audiences stunned.
While not a pure “hypnosis show” per se, this is as close as you’re going to get on the Strip as other popular options have gone currently dark.
Tickets start at around $30 and can be priced out at:
HYPROV at Harrah’s
Described as “Improv under Hypnosis”, Hyprov is led by hypnotist Asad Mecci who’s aided by other performers and comics. Uniquely, audience members are hypnotized and join the show while in a trance.
Tickets start in the mid $30s and can be priced out with:
Hypnosis on Fremont Street
Hypnosis Unleashed at 4 Queens
Kevin Lepine hosts this gut-busting hypnosis/comedic mashup in the heart of the Fremont Street Experience. Inviting audience participation, no 2 shows are the same. Whether you’re brave enough to be hypnotized yourself, or just prefer to watch others make a mockery of themselves, put this one atop your list.
If you’re looking for a pure hypnosis show in Las Vegas that incorporates members of the audience, this is your only option currently.
An affordable option, tickets start at around $30 and can be priced out here:
While options are currently pretty sparse, you can still get hypnotized if you’re willing to look. Hopefully, my brief rundown has helped you identify an option that works for you and your group!
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I’m a former software salesman turned Vegas aficionado. While the craps table is my preferred habitat, I pull myself away to explore new attractions, shows, restaurants, and outdoor activities around Las Vegas with the intent of sharing my experiences.
Ultimately, I just want to help folks plan a better trip and save a few bucks in the process.