‘The Clairvoyants’ will magically appear on Niagara Falls casino stage


Published January 23, 2023 at 11:10 am

Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass, better known as The Clairevoyants, will be bringing their award-winning act combining magic and mentalism to the Fallsview Casino Resort in March.

The Austrian couple better known as “The Clairvoyants” first became known to North American audiences following a mind-blowing stint on season 11 of “America’s Got Talent.”

So they will be using their mental trickery, magician skills and ultimate showmanship on the Avalon Theatre stage at Fallsview Casino Resort for five shows over a four-day span in March.

The pair, Thommy Ten and Amélie van Tass, who have been performing together since 2011, refer to themselves as “Mental Magicians,” meaning simply they performed the usual sleight of hand deflection techniques of most magicians with what they often claim are psychic abilities.

Whether it’s guessing what item was plucked from a purse sight unseen to the amount of money in someone’ wallets, the claim is always there that clairvoyance came into play.

To the disbelievers, the fact that their psychic demonstrations are often unveiling such random items that it’s tough not to believe there’s “beyond the human realm” skills at play.

In fact, they were so convincing and their act was so slick on “America’s Got Talent” that they were first runner-up on that season, stunning even the ultra-cynical Simon Cowell.

The pair often performed worldwide in a variety of shows, galas, cruise ships and corporate events before announcing that they would begin a residency at the Luxor in Las Vegas as part of the resort’s “America’s Got Talent Live” show that began in November 2021.

Their show will run March 23 through 26. Tickets can be found HERE.

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