Creativity for events entertainment is now an essential necessity to the end result of any event. Clients are seeking that talking point of the night and are requesting for something "different ".Event Managers are increasingly being stretched as it pertains to creating imaginative entertainment ideas to locate something brand new due to their client.

Here are a list of some suggestions and ideas concerning tips on how to bring something new to the table as it pertains to live events entertainment and performances:

1. Know your clients and guests requirements. What are they looking to gain or achieve from the function? The better understanding you have of the brief the easier for the performer to recommend and provide the best performance for the event.

2. Use specialists within the entertainment industry like an entertainment company or a choreographer. If your event is heavily live event entertainment based you may want an entertainment specialist to assist you pitch. They will know the act inside and out, so will have a way to answer any questions from your own client, which will allow you to win the pitch.

3. Build a relationship with the entertainment company. The events industry constantly utilize the word "supplier", which I do believe is extremely cold. I see it as a partnership. The entertainment company must be the first people you visit for entertainment advice once you receive an enquiry. Question them to brainstorm with you or to assist you with entertainment solutions and ideas. It saves you time and will offer you a great outcome. Keep them on speed dial!

4. If you can't find the right events entertainment, produce it! You can find so many creative's within the events industry who will have a way to make a brand new act or performance. If your client wants something new or different, this is your answer. You can make your client very happy by saying you are able to 100% guarantee that none of one's clients would have seen the entertainment you will have a way to provide.

5. Always confer with your production team and make sure they're in contact with the live events entertainment you're providing. So often you turn through to the afternoon of the function and the lighting is of poor quality or the PA system are at one other end of the area which means you can't hear the music throughout the performance. Communication is key between the entertainment company and the production company. A 10-minute phone call can dissolve many potential problems you would find on the day. Lighting, sound and production must compliment the entertainment to make sure a superior quality performance and to truly get your moneys worth.

6. Ensure you are thorough when reading the entertainment's requirements. If you're hiring a performer with detailed technical specifications such as for example aerial artists make sure the production team has it at the earliest convenience. You don't desire to book an excellent aerial performer, but realise you can't put rigging up as a result of health and safety.

7. Don't let the act perform for longer than is needed. I do believe the most important rule when providing entertainment is leave the guests wanting more. Make an impact! This sounds just like a simple rule, but this happens more often then not. This dates back to knowing what the intention and brief of the event.

8. Listen to the performer and entertainment company they'll know what will work best for your event as it pertains to performances and timings. They want to provide the very best entertainment and performance to make sure your event is perfect. Listen with their advice!


Published by Whitney Morgan