Nationally-acclaimed magician Justin Flom to appear in SWVA

Emory, VA (March 22, 2018) – Nationally-acclaimed magician and online video sensation Justin Flom has appeared on Ellen, network late-night shows, The Today Show, and will soon appear in Southwest Virginia.

On April 28, if you’re anywhere close to Washington County, Virginia, you might hear phrases similar to, “Did he seriously just do that?” or “How in the world did that even happen?”

Magician Justin Flom is scheduled to perform to benefit United Way of Southwest Virginia at “Abracadabra: The Magic of Reading Revealed” on April 28, 2018 at Emory & Henry McGlothlin Center for the Arts. During the opening of the event, audiences will hear music by locally-known musicians Lodi Band and will witness United Way’s reveal of a reading initiative to impact children in 15% of the state of Virginia. The main event will feature nearly an hour-long performance by nationally-acclaimed magician Justin Flom with on-screen projection for the entirety of the act.

Presto tickets are $50 for adults and $25 for children 12 and under, and include the show only. The show is free for children 5 and under with the purchase of a $50 ticket. Group rates are available for Presto ticket sales.

Prestige tickets are $100 and include a cocktail hour, cash bar, silent auction, dinner, and deluxe seating during the show.

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About Justin Flom
Minnesota-born resident of Las Vegas, Justin Flom, was raised in a family of magicians and started performing magic at an early age. Today, Flom is building a magical career. From hosting the show “Wizard Wars” to touring with country superstars Florida Georgia Line, Flom finds himself in front of as diverse an audience as any entertainer. He has appeared on Ellen, network late-night shows, and The Today Show, and truly has the ability to entertain anyone, anywhere. For more information about Justin Flom, visit

About United Way of Southwest Virginia
United Way of Southwest Virginia fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in Southwest Virginia because they are the building blocks for a good quality of life. Through an initiative-based cradle-to-career approach, United Way of Southwest Virginia is creating sustainable solutions to address the challenges facing tomorrow’s workforce. United Way convenes cross-sector partners to make an impact on the most complex problems in our region. Through collaboration with government, business, nonprofit and individuals, United Way innovates for positive, lasting social change. With a footprint that covers almost 15% of the state of Virginia, United Way of Southwest Virginia serves Bland, Buchanan, Carroll, Dickenson, Giles, Grayson, Lee, Russell, Scott, Smyth, Tazewell, Washington and Wise, and the cities of Galax and Norton. For more information about United Way of Southwest Virginia, visit