You want to host an amazing event for your company, right? So you’ve decided to book quality entertainment. The only problem is, you don’t know which act to book. You want something fresh and exciting… Sounds like you need new corporate entertainment ideas!
In this article, we’ll discuss five performers you can book right now. Each is the best at what they do and knows how to entertain corporate crowds.
1. Speed Painting
Speed painting is exactly what it sounds like: a talented artist paints a masterpiece in 20 minutes or less, while the audience watches in complete wonder.
When it comes to speed painting, nobody does it better than Dan Dunn and his PaintJam team. Dan has over a decade of experience and a few high profile endorsements—you’ve heard of Jimmy Fallon and Sir Richard Branson, right? Both are huge fans of PaintJam.
What makes Dan’s performances so entertaining is his constant energy and flexibility. The man never stops moving when he’s on stage and is often seen spinning canvases 360 degrees while he paints on them. Dan also excels at creating custom portraits.
And don’t worry about the mess. Dan is insured for $3 million to protect the venues he performs at, but has never had to use the policy. PaintJam really is one of the best new corporate entertainment ideas available. Book them today!
According to Wikipedia, mentalism is:
“A performing art in which its practitioners, known as mentalists, appear to demonstrate highly developed mental or intuitive abilities. Performances may appear to include hypnosis, telepathy, clairvoyance, divination, precognition, psychokinesis, mediumship, mind control, memory feats, deduction, and rapid mathematics.”
Sounds pretty great, right? Then what could be better than booking one talented mentalist? How about hiring two of them to work together to completely blow the minds of your audience? That’s exactly what The Evasons offer to corporations all over America.
The duo has appeared on major networks like NBC, CBS, FOX, and Netflix. They’ve also performed for high-profile clients like American Express and the NBA.
If you’re looking for new corporate entertainment ideas that don’t make your guests yawn with boredom, you should book the Evasons immediately.
3. Improv Comedy
Improv comedy has been around for quite some time, so adding it to a list of new corporate entertainment ideas might seem strange. But here’s the thing, Colin and Brad’s version of improv is so fresh, it will feel like watching something completely original!
Oh, and if the names “Colin and Brad” sound familiar, it’s because they are. Both were regulars on the hit show “Whose Line is it Anyway?” in the early 2000s.
These days, the two comedians perform for a variety of business get-togethers including conferences, award banquets, fundraisers, virtual improv shows, and sales meetings. Book the duo today and enjoy what the Springfield Sun News called a “two hour laugh riot!”
4. Magic Performances
Magic shows have always gone over well at corporate shindigs. That’s why we’ve included America’s Got Magic on our list of new corporate entertainment ideas.
Here’s the rundown: America’s Got Magic brings together the most skilled magicians from the America’s Got Talent and Penn and Teller’s Fool Us TV shows to create a dynamic act that has to be seen to be believed. Yes, it’s really that good!
Every America’s Got Magic performance can be customized. Have a strict budget? No problem. Want your employees and/or management team to be incorporated into the show. AGM can definitely do that. Looking to host your event in an obscure location. They’ve got you!
Book America’s Got Magic for your next company get-together—you won’t regret it.
5. Mind Reading
Wouldn’t it be cool if Sherlock Holmes was real and decided to come entertain guests at your next company event with his crazy awesome mind powers? Well, we have the next best thing…
Colin Cloud is the ultimate mind reader and has performed in some of the most prestigious places in the world, including London’s West End, Broadway, and the Las Vegas Strip. Currently, Colin performs virtually for mega companies like Google, LinkedIn, and Honda.
When constructing a list of new corporate entertainment ideas, we had to include a virtual performer. After all, what’s newer than that? Nobody can captivate an audience through a computer screen better than Colin. Book him for your next corporate get-together today.