The World’s Longest Magic Show

AT LUNA PARK IN MELBOURNE AT 10am, Monday, April 5, 2004:

A group of Melbourne Magicians set out to break the world record for the longest non-stop magic show in history.

The “unofficial” record stands at 25 hours set in Las Vegas in 2000.

 1pm, Thursday, April 8, 2004:

Those same Melbourne Magicians finish the show after performing non-stop for 75 hours.

483 separate spots were performed filled with 1177 tricks.

No tricks were allowed to be repeated within 8 hours.

LUNA PARK, MELBOURNE

THE TEAM OF 21 ACTS – 

  • Gary Johnson             (1 hour 9 minutes) AKA Max the Magician
  • Ashley Barnett           (1 hour 5 minutes)
  • Cath Jamison             (1 hour 39 minutes)
  • Chris McMillan           (1 hour 59 minutes)
  • Anthony DeMasi        (3 hours 57.5 minutes)
  • Glenn Hamilton           (2 hours 14 minutes
  • Jade                          (4 hours 20 minutes)
  • Joe Medancic             (1 hour 29 minutes)
  • Dean Atkinson            (1 hour)
  • Kamal Bhushan          (3 hours 35 minutes)
  • Les & Lee Cohen        (1 hour 25 minutes)
  • Mat Unwin                  (1 hour 54 minutes)
  • Max                           (3 hours 2 minutes)
  • Michael Sullivan          (4 hours 6 minutes)
  • Nelson                       (4 hours 1 minute)
  • Paul Fletcher              (3 hours)
  • Simon Coronel            (1 hour 12 minutes)
  • Sue-Anne Webster      (2 hours 39 minutes)
  • Tammii Twister            (6 hours 4 minutes)
  • Tim Ellis                     (14 hours 7.5 minutes
  • YC                             (1 hour 23 minutes)

     

THE 22 SPECIAL GUESTS – (Who performed for less than 60 minutes)

  • Al Cappucino               (13 minutes)
  • Barry Govan                 (58 minutes)
  • Brian Pleasants            (20 minutes)
  • Carl Knox                     (16 minutes)
  • Cosentino                     (5 minutes)
  • Dave                            (23 minutes)
  • David Wright                 (19 minutes)
  • Don Jones                    (25 minutes)
  • Eleni Loui                     (16 minutes)
  • Grant Wicks                 (45 minutes)
  • Jeff Fletcher                  (1 minute)
  • Jerry                             (9 minutes)
  • Magical Bill                   (10 minutes)
  • Michael Court                (24 minutes)
  • Nick Alexander              (14 minutes)
  • Nigel Anderson              (55 minutes)
  • Patrick McCullagh          (10 minutes)
  • Steve Fioretti                  (13 minutes)
  • Steven Seeley                 (26 minutes)
  • Tim You                          (17 minutes)
  • Warren Jackman             (54 minutes)
  • William                           (8 minutes)

 

READ THE AGE NEWSPAPER ARTICLE HERE

 

 

In 2016, after nobody had even attempted to break our world record, we decided to break it ourselves and performed 85 HOURS OF MAGIC!

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