Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 06:34 pm
Everybody in the event planning business knows that entertainers can make or break events. Acknowledging this is the easy part.
The hard part is figuring out how always to find and choose appropriate and effective entertainers for your events.
To help you out, we have put together a list of four top entertainment ideas guaranteed to turn any event in Los Angeles into a smashing success.
1. Juggling Performance
If you want to add a bit of fun to your upcoming event, why not try something different and book a juggler?
Professional jugglers can leave a lasting impression on your guests and provide quality entertainment which audiences of all ages can enjoy.
If this is an idea you are willing to consider, you should check out Ivan Pecel.
Based in Los Angeles, CA, he is an award-winning juggler who combines the art of juggling with comedy to provide an interactive, laughter infused performance every single time.
2. Theatrical Magic and Mentalism Act
Magic is one of those rare entertainment ideas which never seem to get old. It is still as popular as ever.
However, if you want to go beyond the traditional and surprise your guests with something unexpected, go with someone like Derek Hughes.
Derek has a knack for the unexpected. That combined with his ironic sense of humor, incredible magic skills and mind-blowing mentalism has made him one of the most sought after entertainers working today.
But is he the right entertainer for your event in Los Angeles? Well, seeing him in action might help you find the answer to this question.
This is Derek performing in the finals of America’s Got Talent:
3. Entertainment which Inspires and Educates
Sometimes, booking entertainment which engages attendees through the power of words and ideas is the best option for an event in Los Angeles, especially if we are talking about a business event.
A qualified speaker can capture an audience’s attention from the first moment they step on stage and keep them invested until the end.
If your idea of the perfect entertainer involves someone who can not only entertain guests but also motivate and educate them, we have two excellent suggestions for you:
- Joel Cohen. Cohen’s experience as the writer and producer for The Simpsons combined with his involvement in the corporate environment has helped him shape a unique perspective on topics such as innovation in business.
- Deborah Perry Piscione. New York Times best-selling innovation author and entrepreneur, Deborah can deliver an insightful business speech which revolves around innovation.
4. Nail-Biting Acrobatic Dance
Nothing can impress your guests faster than an exceptional group of acrobats who can leap, jump and balance one another on their heads.
If your venue and type of event allow it, consider booking an acrobatic dance troupe like AcroArmy. The group is formed of elite acrobats, gymnasts, dancers and former members of Cirque Du Soleil.
So, their skills are unquestionable.
With their incredible, high-energy moves which seem to defy gravity, AcroArmy will keep guests at the edge of their seats throughout their performance.
Here’s a sample of what they can do on stage.
Want to See More Entertainment Options for Your Event in Los Angeles?
In this article, we have tried to provide you with a few different options which are proven to impress guests. If you want to book any of the artists and entertainers we have included in this list, all you have to do is get in touch with us as soon as possible.
However, we know that every event is different, which means you may want to keep browsing until you find the perfect entertainment solution for your event.
Ultimately, it all comes down to personal choice. However, we want to make things easier for you by providing a list of great options for you to choose from.
If you have any questions, we are happy to answer them.
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