Experience the magic of the show ‘Impossibilities: An Evening of Magic, Mindreading, and Mayhem’ at the Iris Theater in Gatlinburg. Located in the lobby of the historic Gatlinburg Space Needle, the Iris Theater welcomes kids and adults alike to watch the magic unfold as master magicians Chris Collins and Erik Dobell present their popular show.
Guarantee admission with pre-booked entrance tickets
Family-friendly activity in Gatlinburg
Watch as expert magicians perform seemingly impossible tricks
1.5-hour evening show leaves time for other plans
Admission ticket to the Magic Show at the Iris Theater
Parking (parking available throughout downtown Gatlinburg)
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 89 travelers
Operated by Impossibilities LLC
This experience is non-refundable and cannot be changed for any reason. If you cancel or ask for an amendment, the amount you paid will not be refunded.
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A nice way to spend an evening in Gatlinburg
James_G, Jul 2021
My son really enjoyed being chosen as part of the show. I have seen it before and was happy that a few new things have been added since.
Fun, interactive, surprising!
Carter, Feb 2020
Fun, interactive show! Some things for kids, some things for adults. Wish we could have seen a little more "tricks" like the hoops. "Mind-reading" was pretty amazing. :)
Response from Host, Feb 2020
Thank you for the feedback! I love doing the hoop trick and I'm looking to add more tricks like that to the show.
So worth it!
Lawton_W, Aug 2019
This is a family friendly show of magic and mind reading. It is really engaging with lots of audience participation!
Lawton_W, Aug 2019
This show is a must see for anyone visiting Gatlinburg, it is very family friendly and it involves lots of audience participation.
Consider it a donation to the local talent
Lisa_B, Jun 2019
First of all, the Iris Theater is hard to find (tucked away inside a busy arcade under the Space Needle), so we got there late. No big loss, however, as the show was mediocre at best. Nice guy playing the magician/mentalist, and everyone has to make a living after all, but not quite as amazing as we had hoped. The Sweet Fannie Adams show was definitely better.