Uncle Majic didn’t even need a green screen for this one

As everyone knows, the only thing more magical than pie and laughter is actual magic. Tonight the three are coming together for Night Train with Wyatt Cenac’s 2nd anniversary show at littlefield, and the people and pie lined up are pretty sweet. Oh, and as befitting a second birthday party, there’s going to be a magician too, so there’s your actual magic.

In addition to The Daily Show’s Wyatt Cenac, tonight you can see Drunk History’s Jen Kirkman, Michelle Buteau of Last Comic Standing and Key and Peele, and Jordan Carlos of The Colbert Report. This is also your chance to see Uncle Majic “The Hip Hop Magician” from the childhood birthday parties of our dreams.

Uncle Majic will soon be getting his own kid’s show, but considering he’s opened for Dave Chapelle, Chris Rock, and Mike Epps, we’re confident he knows how to handle a room of grown-ups. Tickets are $5 in advance, $8 at the door and the show starts at 7pm, but get there early before they run out of pie from Daly Pie. We have a feeling it’ll magically disappear before long.

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