2017 Smoke and Mirrors Day

Annual Fall

29th March

List of Smoke and Mirrors Day dates by year

201829th MarchThursday
201929th MarchFriday
202029th MarchSunday
202129th MarchMonday
202229th MarchTuesday
202329th MarchWednesday
202429th MarchFriday
202529th MarchSaturday
202629th MarchSunday
202729th MarchMonday

Smoke and Mirrors Day is a day of illusions. The term "smoke and mirrors" means something is not really as it appears to be. People often put up smoke and mirrors to hide something.

This day is also referred to as the Festival of Smoke and Mirrors. We did not discover an actual festival of this nature. But, who needs historical facts to have fun an a special day? Let's get out and enjoy Smoke and Mirrors Day to the fullest.  

Smoke and Mirrors Day

Smoke and Mirrors Day is celebrated on March 29, 2016. The day is sometimes called Festival of Smoke and Mirrors Day - it is a day of illusions. Smoke and mirrors is a metaphor for a deceptive, fraudulent or insubstantial explanation or description. The source of the name is based on magicians' illusions, where magicians make objects appear or disappear by extending or retracting mirrors amid a distracting burst of smoke. The expression may have a connotation of virtuosity or cleverness in carrying out such a deception.




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