The Winter Carnival of Magic is hosted by IBM Ring 58. It is held early in March at the Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Each year the three day convention features several lectures, a dealer's room, a close up competition, a stage competition and two evening shows.

March 12 - 14, 2020


Thanks once again to all of the performers, dealers, magicians, and guests that make the Winter Carnival of Magic a huge success year after year. We will be posting photos to the Facebook page as we get them processed and details for 2020 will be added as they are finalized. We look forward to seeing you in Pigeon Forge next year!

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To register for the convention, or to purchase tickets for either of the public shows, contact the Country Tonite Theatre at 1-865-453-2003.

Magicians and Families
ConventionOne Day
Age 13-17
Age 4-12

*A Companion registration may only be purchased with a magician, youth, or child registration. The companion must be the magician's spouse, parent, or child over the age of 12. A companion registration entitles the person to attend all convention activities. Optionally you may purchase a public show ticket (rates below) which allows access only to the public show for the night it is purchased.

**A child MUST be accompanied by a paying adult (either magician or companion) at all times!

Public Show Tickets

Valid for Friday OR Saturday night show ONLY
Adults and Children 13+: $20
Children 4-12: $7
Under 4: Free

Dealer Room Passes

We do not issue passes for guests wishing only to enter the dealer room. To gain access to the dealer room, you must register for the entire convention or for a one day pass.


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Since 2005, the Winter Carnival of Magic has been held at the Country Tonite Theatre in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. This is a large and modern theater with a raked [sloping] plush seating arrangement and broadway style lighting.

The Theatre is located on the east side of the main parkway, just south of the Hatfield and McCoy and WonderWorks Theatres and North of Teaster Lane.