Last updated on November 12th, 2019 at 06:03 am
One of the most important elements for any New York Event is making sure that you book corporate entertainment ahead of time. Sometimes, this needs to be done months in advance. After all, you want to get your hands on the best performer.
When it comes to choosing the right type of entertainment for a New York event, you might feel overwhelmed. There are simply too many options for you to choose from and you do not know which one would match your event.
Luckily for you, we have decided to present to you some of the best entertainers in New York.
A New York Event Requires High-Quality Entertainment
For your New York event, we have prepared a list of eight entertainers who are ready to wow your guests.
Let’s see what these entertainers have to offer.
1. Michael Chaut
Michael has been a professional magician for more than 25 years. He started performing magic when he was eight years old.
His entertainment shows have been seen by people all over the world. The fact that English was not the spoken language in some countries did not affect his performance. His magic skills are independent of the language someone speaks.
Michael has experience with all sorts of events, such as cruise ships and conventions, trade shows and corporate events.
2. Oz Pearlman
Oz has been a finalist on America’s Got Talent and is a world-class mentalist. He is one of the most sought after in the country.
Magic was at first more of a hobby for him, which he started getting into at a very young age. Then, it became more of a passion which he turned into a full-time job.
His unique mind-reading skill has been dazzling audiences for more than ten years now. Oz has a charm and charisma which make him desirable for both corporate and private New York events.
3. Jeff Caldwell
Jeff has had quite a few performances on The Late Show with David Letterman, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Comedy Central.
His comedy is witty, smart and funny, which makes him a favorite nationwide.
Jeff’s material will be tailored to the crowd that’s in front of him, whether he is performing at a comedy club or a corporate event. If you want to see what he is up to, you can read his entertaining blogs on the Huffington Post.
4. Dan Nainan
Dan was a senior engineer at Intel. Due to the nature of his job, he had to make highly technical demonstrations on stage.
To overcome his fear of public speaking, he started taking comedy classes. His exam for the comedy class was a huge success. Then, Intel continued asking him to perform at corporate events.
Audiences thought that he was a professional comedian, even though he had performed only for a few times before.
Since then, Dan has performed all over the United States, as well as Europe, Asia, and Africa, and he is ready for your New York event as well.
5. Tom Cotter
Tom was the first comedian who reached the finals of NBC’s America’s Got Talent.
Before being on the show, he had already won some of the world’s largest talent competition, such as:
- The Seattle International Comedy Competition;
- The grand prize at The Boston Comedy Festival;
- Voted “Best Stand-Up” at The Las Vegas Comedy Festival.
From New York to Beijing, this New York Comedian has been medicating audiences worldwide with laughter.
6. Keith Alberstadt
If his name sounds familiar, then perhaps it is because you have seen him on:
- NBC’s “Last Comic Standing.”
- The Late Show with David Letterman
- Fox News’ “Red Eye.”
If you have not heard about Keith before, then let us tell you more about him.
He is a talented comedian, with a keen perception and has a unique creative sarcasm. Keith loves sharing witty insights on everything from current events, modern trends to personal details.
He likes to do this with a mischievous smile which can quickly make any audience fall in love with him and his act.
Laughing at himself for being a dork is also one of the things he takes pride in. Thanks to his infectious personality, he managed to perform all the way in Iraq and Afghanistan for the US troops.
7. Bob Nelson
Bob is a veteran in the entertainment industry. His first performance took place in 1978. Since then, he had hundreds of shows, in many different locations.
He can impersonate plenty of characters, such as the lovable nerd Eppy Epperman, punchy boxer Jiffy Jeff and chicken rancher Wilby Stuckinson.
It is like he is blending several comedians into one performance.
A New York event needs an entertainer just like Bob Nelson, who is a spontaneous, and gifted comedian.
His clean comedy stand-up show is perfect for colleges, corporate events, casinos, theaters, and fundraisers.
Bob also had multiple appearances on Merv Griffin Show, the Tonight Show, and David Letterman. Moreover, he had the honor to perform for President Ronald Reagan at the Ford Theater in Washington D.C.
8. Ross Bennett
Ross Bennett has been making audiences laugh for more than 30 years now. He likes to make people think before he makes them laugh and audiences seem to enjoy this.
The observations he makes about the world we live in are crisp, witty and lively.
Even though he spent two years as a cadet at the West Point Military Academy, he knew his heart belonged to comedy.
Moreover, the crowds agreed to this.
At the same time, Ross Bennett is a talented entertainer when it comes to topical humor. He grew up in rural New York, so he has plenty of tales about growing up.
Living with his military father, his school days and even disastrous attempts at sports. In every performance, he delivers high-octane comedy, unbelievably smart observations and admirable energy.
Your New York Event Needs the Best Entertainer
What would set your New York Event apart? An entertainer who will leave an everlasting impression of your organization.
The best entertainers for New York events are most of the time booked months in advance.
So don’t waste any more time and decide as soon as possible.
If you would like our help in finding the perfect match for your event or if you want to hire one of the entertainers we talked about in this article, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (615) 283-0039. We would be happy to help!