The Art of Entertaining

By:  Jeff Brown – Event Planner

Contributor’s Website:  Brown Hot Events

It’s hard for us to imagine an event without entertainment.  
It’s even harder to impress a somewhat-jaded Angeleno crowd.

So we suggest taking one of the following two routes:

Route 1: The one less traveled – featuring jaw-dropping spectacles and spectaculars, like Cirque du Soleil’s KA troupe featured at one of our Chinese-inspired soirees – complete with human Chinese dragon.

Or a talented Burlesque dancer to slither down the Speakeasy bar to the saxophonist’s sultry notes.

Route 2: The old-school way  – an awesome girl-power DJ,  a quiet but graceful pianist, or a soulful, sexy jazz fusion ensemble.

For that summertime pool party, rent a giant movie screen and show the Classics under the Stars – complete with Chef Cordelia’s truffled bacon popcorn and Reese’s Smores over the fire pit!

Be advised against breaking up the evening’s flow with too many planned performances or attention-viers.  It’s best to let the guests mingle and combust at their leisure, creating the evening’s dynamics more organically.  Too many timed performances can kill the energy.  So choose ONE act, make it unforgettable, and leave your guests wanting more!

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Contributor’s Website:  Brown Hot Events
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