The magic show sensation from Germany in the UK OVO Arena, Wembley, 13 August 2022

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With their fresh and unexpected shows the Ehrlich Brothers celebrate massive success like never seen before with any illusion show. The two brothers drew more than two million people of all ages across the biggest arenas in Germany. They are the only magicians worldwide who sold out a football stadium with 40,000 people, gaining them two world records. The Ehrlich Brothers’ show features mind-blowing spectacular illusions, close-up magic right in the middle of the audience, enchanting and surprising for the whole family. Now they set out for their first UK dates with their brand-new show DREAM & FLY. An irresistible breathtaking experience taking magic to new dimensions.

What was formerly a rabbit jumping out of a hat, today, is a heavy-weighted Harley blasting out of an oversized iPad. With their sensational shows Andreas and Chris Ehrlich, are taking magic into a new era and creating a fervor across the generations. Their overwhelming success story in Germany is rapidly spreading to many foreign countries. For their accomplishments in the art of magic, Andreas und Chris Ehrlich were appointed members of honor in the “Magic Circle“ of Great Britain– a recognition shared with distinguished magicians like David Copperfield and Siegfried and Roy.

From appearing in a helicopter flying in mid-air, sculpting a golden Lamborghini from flames to producing the world‘s largest candy jar, bulging with thousands of sweets – this show is something that has to be seen to be believed.
DREAM & FLY is being performed at Wembley for the first time ever in English. It is perfect for the entire family and will enchant imaginations bringing to life the kid inside every one of us.

With the Ehrlich Brothers, illusions become reality. Using a perfect mixture of elaborate illusions, sleight of hand, energy and charm, the Brothers’ performances dissolve easily onto an audience of 6 to 99.

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