BOK Center, embracing innovation in a time when entertainment venues are closed, will “virtually reopen” for a livestreamed interactive event, “Piff the Magic Dragon: Live from Las Vegas.”

The show will be streamed direct to living rooms (or wherever you prefer to watch) via Zoom on Saturday, Aug. 8, and Thursday, Aug. 13.

A news release said “Piff the Magic Dragon: Live from Las Vegas” brings the signature wit and wizardry of the star of “America’s Got Talent” and “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” to a virtual stage in an all-new, made-for-the-moment, comedic magic show for the whole family.

Hot off a record-breaking Vegas residency and assisted by his trusty sidekick Mr. Piffles (the world’s only magic-performing chihuahua) and Las Vegas showgirl Jade Simone, Piff and his team will treat at-home audiences to never-before-seen magic during a one-hour show.

Passes to access the event are $35.75 per device and are on sale now at

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