19 Feb Interactive Entertainment Ideas
Interactive Entertainment Ideas
Entertaining a large crowd at your event isn’t exactly easy, but it’s not impossible either. There are many ways you can engage a large number of attendees, without breaking your back. Offering interactive entertainment to your guests is a great way to keep them from getting bored and it will create a memorable experience – it can also help attendance for future events. With this in mind, we have some thrilling interactive entertainment ideas for your next event …
La Hora Loca
If you really want your guests to step out and have some fun, how about offering the Crazy Hour? During this time, your guests will have the opportunity to get as crazy as they want (in a good way). La Hora Loca is all about having fun, and when we are in the Crazy Hour, we like to make sure each and every guest is enjoy themselves. During this time, glitter will be flying, music will be blaring, and laughter will fill the atmosphere. For those of you who have never heard of La Hora Loca before, it’s something that you need to take part in at least once in your life, especially if you’re all about having fun.
Belly Dancing with Fire
Oh yes, belly dancing with fire, now that’s something you’ve got to see …and surely it’s something your guests will want to see. Watching someone belly dance with fire on stage is a great way to keep your guests at the edge of their seats – it’s also a great way to make sure your event is a memorable one. Have you ever attended an event with a live belly dancer? There’s a first time for everything. Belly dancing is an attention-grabbing spectacle and it can fit in with all events.
You may want to consider band performances. Having a band open up is a great way to get your guests moving around. Seriously, who doesn’t enjoy music? In fact, when we attend an event, in some way,
shape or form, music is something we naturally expect to hear in the background. Go ahead, hire a band to perform at your next event – this will warm up your audience before the big show takes place.
Are you looking or an interactive engagement for your next event? IF so, then you may want to consider visual arts. We are all about sharing out exclusive perspective of Brazilian art and culture through painting, photography, design and so on. Visual arts can be upscaled to fit a larger crowd, but they are also fine for a smaller crowd. Regardless, visual arts is a great form of interactive entertainment, which is why so many event planners choose it.
By performers, we’re talking about tango dancers, salsa dancers, bands, and belly dancers. Having performers at your event will keep your guests entertained and will make the event more interactive. Performers add excitement and thrill in the atmosphere, so you won’t have to worry about your attendees getting swept away by boredom. In fact, performers do a great job at making your guests feel as if they’re a part of something big (and they are).
A Public Speaker
Listening to a professional public speaker like Suzanne Thorson can be motivational and entertaining at the same time. Many people love attending events that have public speakers, because it’s always interesting to hear what someone else has to say. Regardless of the niche you’re in or the type of event you’re having, a public speaker will fit in. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Suzanne Thorson, she is an ambassador for Brazilian culture and is a charm to hear speak.
Some Good Old Circus Magic – a Festival
Everyone loves a good old circus, right? Many add circus elements to a show during a welcoming night, but this is something that you can twist into the actual event. Adding some
circus magic is a great way to turn your next event into something that will keep your guests at the edge of their seats. We have some amazing festival activities that would add some excitement
to any room.
We just gave you 7 interactive event ideas, and we hope these ideas have given you the inspiration and motivation you need to make your next event a big hit. When choosing what to do at your event, don’t forget to take your audience into consideration – what do you feel your audience would want? At the end, the entertainment you choose should tie back to your event brand in some way.