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awesome124
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As a magician, how do you book trade shows and book an appropriate rate for a few hours of work? I'm speaking of mainly close-up, what one would perform in a restaurant setting.

What is appropriate to charge for rest./birthdays and the like if you happen to be really good at what you do?
Dannydoyle
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This question is far too vague to be answered. If you are more specific, it is easier.

But it comes to what you are worth to the client.
Danny Doyle
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<BR>In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act....George Orwell
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Danny is right, and it also varies if your job is to just be entertaining or to draw and develop leads. The latter pays more, but you have to be good at it.
"Now here's the man with the 25 cent hands, that two bit magician..."
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