“This act is so good! Just breathtaking! Never seen better.”

PENN & TELLER

THE EVASONS – PSYCHIC MENTALIST DUO

During the early 19th century, a small number of married couples gained significant notoriety with performances called Second Sight. The Evasons are one of very few couples in history who have mastered this unusual talent. For over 30 years, they continue to travel around the globe and carry on this rare and mysterious tradition.

The Evasons have appeared on NBC, CBS, FOX, Discovery Channel, and on the international primetime TV show Penn & Teller: Fool Us. They’ve traveled to over 35 countries to appear at private parties, corporate meetings, gala banquets, entertain troops overseas and headline cruise ships and casino showrooms.

They’ve also appeared at the world-famous Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, the Great American Comedy Festival at the Johnny Carson Theatre in Nebraska, and at the prestigious Magic Castle in Hollywood. And, they’re the only mentalists ever to perform at an NBA halftime show before a crowd of 18,000 people!

The Evasons have been honored with some of the top awards in their field. They are the first mentalists in history to receive the esteemed Milbourne Christopher Award from the Society of American Magicians (past recipients include David Copperfield, Doug Henning and Siegfried & Roy). They were awarded the highest honor for distinguished professionalism by the Psychic Entertainers Association. They are the only mentalists ever to receive the “SARMOTI Award” which legendary magicians Siegfried  Roy present to their favorite act in Las Vegas. They’ve also been nominated for Stage Entertainers of the Year by the Academy of Magical Arts in Los Angeles.

The Evasons strive to inspire audience members to open up their minds to new possibilities. “We’re not trying to change beliefs,” Jeff explains, “only to tickle the sixth sense and create a sense of wonder”.

“The finest act of its kind in the world.”

NBC TV

“The most amazing mind-reading act you’ve ever seen.”

FOX TV

“They left audiences aghast with their abilities”

Carte Blanche, South Africa