northern va magician performing magic trick for children at a magic show for kids
northern va magician performing magic trick for children at a magic show for kids

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Northern VA Magician Zain

"Jack of all charades,

master of fun"

magician in tuxedo holding black and white cane Zain age 16 Northern VA magician performing magic trick for children Zain on stage performing - age 16

Born to be a magician 

There is no greater joy that I know of than making kids laugh and wonder at all the magic in our world. For over a decade, I have been at the very top of the game when it comes to  kid's magic shows, not so much because of a lifetime of skill and experience, but because I truly love the art of magic. 


NORTHERN VA MAGICIAN                                            

Zain the popular Northern VA magician has dedicated his life to the advancement and study of the magical arts. Starting his journey at the age of six, and putting on shows for his school, he has since studied under some of the most prestigious performers in all of magic. Many years as a busker (street performer) in New Orleans & New York City, to impressive clients among five star hotels and corporate giants, he has performed at the highest level within his art. He also has performed for charity organizations, trade shows, expos, and fundraising events from coast to coast. Zain's high impact magic is simply astonishing and is suited for all ages. With his authentic artistry, he leaves the audience breathless. A world class champion illusionist and mentalist, incorporating custom messaging and interaction, he has the right magic show for you. Zain is our exclusive Northern VA magician who will take you on a journey through other dimensions with his unique blend of close-up magic, and large venue show production. With custom tailoring for any theme, they will be talking about your event for years to come!







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Here at Magic Of Zain, we understand that party planning  can occasionally sit squarely on one overwhelmed Mom or Dad.  We are here to help! Here is a quick checklist from our friends at Children's Mutual: Parent's Guide To Children's Birthday Celebrations! If money is no object and you can afford a Party Planner, they will organize everything on your wish list, but at a cost. Alternatively, you could rise to the challenge, engage family and friends and save money along the way. Whatever you decide keep it simple! Planning Tips Budget – set one immediately because it will determine what type of event you hold. Home or Away– now that you know how much is in the ‘kitty’, decide whether to have the party at home or another venue – why not involve the birthday person, after all they sometimes know best! Book early – if you’re booking a venue or entertainer, do it early because the best ones will get booked well in advance. Guests – when you’re considering ‘how many’, think about your budget and the chosen location – don’t forget that when holding a party for younger children it may be handy to have the parents there too. Invitations – send out invites three to four weeks before the event. Shopping – shop online – they deliver and will save you valuable time. Helpers – ask friends and family to help, give older siblings some responsibility they’ll thrive on it! Order of play – it may be difficult to stick to it rigidly on the day but use it as a guide. ‘Plan B’ – always have a contingency plan, especially if you intend having an outside event – as we all know, you can’t rely on our weather! Presents – when opening, make a note of who gave what for the Thank You letter Choosing a venue When choosing take into account the cost, age, location, size, catering, theme and safety. Once you have a favourite arrange to visit the venue when it’s in full swing – you can then gauge whether it would suit your requirements. Have a list of questions ready to ask including: Availability - will the venue be available for the required dates and times? Cost – what it includes – numbers (off peak times maybe cheaper), party leader, food/drink/cake, entertainment, music, activities, supervisors, party bags, decorations? Private or shared use? DIY – can you hire the venue but provide your own catering (check facilities), entertainment, music, decorations, bouncy castle etc? Timings – party times and possibility of going in early to prepare? Parking – allocated to your group, is it free, is there a drop-off zone for guests’ parents? Staff – how many/which staff will be available on the day? Safety/First Aid – Lifeguards (pool party), First Aid kit, equipment checks? Emergency procedures – evacuation, exits etc? Insurance – what does it cover? Contingencies – do they have a ‘Plan B’ in case of weather (outdoor venues), staff sickness etc? Book early – the best ones go quickly. Get a contact name, number and written confirmation Check off the guests on arrival. If there isn’t a cloakroom take a large container for coats and shoes. Don’t forget the cake knife and candles. Blu-Tack, tape and scissors may come in handy. Take refuse sacks for presents and rubbish. Have a table for presents and cards. Check out where the toilets are before the guests arrive. Make sure you have an adult at all the ‘escape routes’. Run through emergency procedures with your helpers. Invitations When planning a date you will need to consider what else is going on around that time. Your child will be very disappointed that their friends can’t attend if the party clashes with other events. School holidays – check with your child’s ‘best friends’ parents of their plans. Other parties on that day – obviously avoid these (unless you have a joint party which could save valuable cash!). Top Tips Entertainers If you’re holding the party at a venue, check that it is ok to have an entertainer. Ask what the package includes – prizes, party bags, activities etc. Is there a Video/website? Book early – the best ones will go. Is there a contingency plan in case of sickness, travel problems etc. Ask the entertainer if you need to provide anything for their act. The booking should be confirmed in writing. Games and activities When choosing games, think about how much space you have. Make them easy to understand so they are fun. If an activity is ‘messy’, make sure the guests have aprons, but have some spares. Plan extra games and activities in case they finish sooner than you expected. Research party games online – there are loads of ideas! We hope this helps! Best, Nicole Lets chat, and plan an unforgettable memory! Magic Of Zain Zain: Master Magician (703) 200-0486 Nicole: Booking/Admin. (571) 830-8502 Check out our videos!
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