Magic Show at American Legion Circle 119 | Events

This is an event not to be missed. Master magician Loren Poppe will captivate audiences with mystifying illusions when his exciting new production premieres Saturday, July 25 at Circle 119—Home of the American Legion. Family shows will take place at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are $25 for ages four and up, while children three and under will be admitted free. Doors open one hour before the show. Performances last approximately sixty minutes and there will be opportunities to meet the performers and purchase magic tricks after the show.

Seating is limited to fifty, so it is recommended that you purchase tickets in advance online before the show. Each ticket requires a name and will be received by email. Tickets may be available at the door, but availability cannot be guaranteed due to limited seating. Seating will be table-style and socially distanced. Families can sit together, with other couples joining them at the same table. Masks will be required until you are seated or eating and drinking.

Food and beverages will be available at Cercle 119 during the performances.

Poppe has been fascinated by magic ever since a man pulled a quarter from behind his ear when he was just a child. He lives in Fort Collins with his wife and two children who all play a vital role in the performances. Poppe captivated audiences at flea markets, birthday parties, senior centers and nursing homes for seven years. Always fascinated by illusions, at the start of this winter he began designing a new show incorporating exciting techniques guaranteed to baffle everyone. Audiences will experience impossible escapes, appearing and disappearing objects (including a real motorcycle), witness snow being created, a person cut in three, and many more possibilities that will leave audiences scratching their heads as they leave the spectacle.

After a long day of hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park, there’s no better way to end the day than with a fun-filled evening the whole family will enjoy.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at

Brian L. Hartfield