Maybe you saw Justin Flom perform some magic online, or watched David Blaine do something weird and amazing on a late-night TV talk show, or you went to Las Vegas and caught David Copperfield’s show…

…or maybe someone close to home just wowed you with a card trick that blew your mind.

And you’re not looking to just “figure it out,” you want to be able to do that kind of thing yourself!

Yep, you may have caught the magic bug!

If you’re in Arizona, specifically the Phoenix Metro Area, we are here for you. The Phoenix Magic Club (PMC) is made up of hobbyist and professional magicians, mentalists, and assorted mystery performers. And we know how cool it is to find a group of like-minded people who can help you grow.

Choose an option below to learn more about magic in the Phoenix area and how you can get involved!

All the Magic Stuff in the Phoenix Metro Area

In addition to PMC, which is the fastest growing magic club in the Phoenix metro area, there are some other clubs that would be happy to have you try out their meetings. To get a list of local magic clubs, shops, and events, join the PMC email list and we’ll send that info to you right away. You’ll receive:

  • Info on learning magic if you’re a beginner (including some actual tricks you can do).
  • The best place to buy magic in the Phoenix Metro Area.
  • Notification of public magic shows and meetings/lectures for magicians – don’t miss the good stuff!
  • More special surprises from time to time.

Since nobody needs more emails they don’t want, an “unsubscribe” link is at the bottom of every email we send you, so you are in control.

SAM Assembly 248

The Society of American Magicians (S.A.M.) club in the Phoenix area, Assembly 248, meets every month and invites you to try a meeting or two before deciding whether to join the club.

IBM Ring 55

Ring 55 of the International Brotherhood of Magicians (I.B.M.) recently celebrated its 75th anniversary and continues to welcome guests to their monthly meetings.

Magic Saturday Group

Super casual group meets at noon on the 2nd Saturday of the month at Pueblo Norte Senior Living (in the activity room)
7090 E Mescal St, Scottsdale, AZ 85254.


The Southwest Association of Mystery Performers is an independent organization that welcomes members from IBM, SAM, and even “un-clubbed” mystery performers.

In magic, today as always, the effect is what counts.
The method or methods used are always purely secondary.

Dai Vernon