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Liberty Magic Group Tickets

Liberty Magic is a space dedicated to elevating the art of magic.

Located at 811 Liberty, on the same block where Harry Houdini mesmerized Pittsburgh crowds in 1916, Liberty Magic is an intimate, speakeasy performance space dedicated to the art of sleight of hand and prestidigitation. The magicians and performers who appear at Liberty Magic offer you a one-of-a-kind experience that is easy to access and hard to forget.



Where else can you come together to be entertained, enchanted, and amazed? We offer our unique experience for private parties, corporate off-sites, staff member rewards, client entertaining, and many special occasions including anniversaries, birthdays, bachelor/bachelorette parties, and family gatherings. We also offer buyout pricing and add-on possibilities!. Place your buyout order today by calling 412-471-6930 or emailing groupsales@trustarts.org.





To order Groups 10+ tickets:

  • Call 412-471-6930 or email groupsales@trustarts.org
  • Submit a Group Ticket Reservation Form to order tickets in advance of the public on sale.
  • Buy online NOW. Group Sales rate will already be applied if purchasing from the group sales page. Online option is only available after tickets have gone on sale to the public and may not be available for all shows. If available, choosing Select Your Own Seat offers the best flexibility when purchasing 10+ tickets online.

Show Series Notes: Regardless of age, all patrons must have a ticket. Performance recommended for ages 18 and up (exception Sunday matinee performances of Mr. Messdo’s School of Magic). No one under 12 will be admitted. All Liberty Magic shows are general admission. Depending on the size of the group a buyout fee may be imposed.

Mr. Messado’s Magic School for the Young and Young at Heart is recommended for ages 8+. Little brothers and sisters 6 years and older can tag along. No tattletales, snitches, or cheats. Age Requirements. We have found that kids 5 years of age and under won't understand most of what is happening in this sophisticated magical play, and will probably start to wiggle in their seats because they don't have the attention span to sit and watch.