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Dennis Watkins’ The Magic Parlour at Chicago’s Palmer House, a Hilton Hotel, will host a special Halloween themed magic show with the addition of a costume contest in support of the non-profit organization, Camp Kids Are Kids Chicago, an organization for children living with cancer. As part of “The Magic Parlour at Home” series, the show at 8:00pm CT on October 31, 2020, will incorporate magician Dennis Watkins’ world-class magic with a costume contest from children within the Camp Kids organization.

During the show’s intermission, Watkins will introduce the participants for the costume contest to show off their Halloween looks. The contest will be judged by representatives from Palmer House and the winner will be awarded a voucher for an overnight stay, dinner at Lockwood Restaurant & Bar, and tickets to the in-person magic show (redeemable at a later date).

“We are excited to be able to bring together two of our favorite partners – The Magic Parlour and Camp Kids Are Kids Chicago – to create Halloween magic and fun virtually, all for a good cause,” said Gene Hare, Area Director of Sales & Marketing, Hiltons of Chicago. “While holidays might look different this year, the Palmer House is dedicated to continuing to bring people together and maintaining our connection with the Chicago community.”

Camp Kids Are Kids Chicago was founded in 2013 by a team of Chicago community leaders and pediatric oncology camping professionals who envisioned the creation of an urban camp for children living with cancer.  For many years, Palmer House has hosted Camp Kids’ urban summer camp on property, turning guest rooms into cabins and meeting space into activity centers. This year, the hotel helped facilitate its first virtual version of camp which welcomed more children than ever before.

“The Magic Parlour at Home series has been an amazing opportunity to gather virtually during these difficult times,” said Dennis Watkins, Third-Generation Magician,Mentalist and host of the Magic Parlour. “The exciting acts I’ve developed in conjunction with the support of the Palmer House team and amazing kids from the Camp Kids Are Kids organization will make for a one-of-a-kind interactive night of magic.”

http://www.themagicparlourchicago.com/reservations with a portion of ticket sales for the 8:00pm show on October 31, 2020 supporting Camp Kids are Kids Chicago. The Halloween performance will take place via Zoom and require a computer with a functioning camera and microphone to participate as well as a high-speed internet connection. After tickets are purchased, patrons will receive an email containing instructions and a link to access the performance. “The Magic Parlour at Home” is recommended for adult audiences. Guests ages 10 and up are welcome to join, while guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. For a fully immersive experience, guests are recommended to sport cocktail attire and bring their own deck of cards.

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