So maybe you’re not particularly gifted with a rabbit and a hat. Not to worry. There are folks who make a living out of helping kids have fun so that you don’t have to. When it comes to keeping a room full of children busy for a couple of hours, let’s just say we’re glad there are professionals who know what they’re doing. Here are our Top Kids’ Party Entertainment Ideas in New York.
The Bubble Dad
A guy who’s made a living from a hobby he picked up to entertain his 4 year old son. He was one of the lucky few to be ‘discovered’ and booked for a career he didn’t know he wanted. And for the past 8 years, The Bubble Dad has been blowing thousands of bubbles, bubbles inside bubbles, a cube inside a bubble, and a bubble stretch – he once pulled this off with 9 kids inside! For more on his 45 minute shows, click here.
Crazy Legs Conti
If you ever could give your kids license to play with their food, then this is the opportunity. According to PressReader.com, Crazy Legs Conti, a competitive eater/writer/film maker has linked up with his business partner to offer ‘Cereal’ party experiences. Make sure you’re ready to clean up, or have a cleaning crew on stand-by, that’s all we’re saying. But don’t worry, there are good points about healthy eating woven into story-telling too.
Early learning, contemporary and culturally relevant puppet shows for kids from 4 months to 4 years old. The shows include dancing, instruments, dress-up photo-ops and one-on-one time with handmade puppets that explore counting, simple vocabulary, hygiene, and contemporary culture, as well as topics relevant to native New Yorkers. And they have celebrity puppets too! Read more here.
Ritzy Glitz Party Bus
Start with a spa day and end with loads of fun on a party bus. Ritzy Glitz Kids Birthday Party Bus offers glamorous spa birthdays across NYC, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Long Island, Staten Island AND Westchester for kids aged 3-12. And it includes all the wonderful spa favorites you’d expect, such as manicures, pedicures, hair, facials and full-on makeovers, sprinkled with dancing, fashion shows and goody bags. The bus hosts disco lights, awesome kids music and a flat screen for kids shows. And it’s adorably pink EVERYWHERE.
Science parties that come to you! Crazy Science is great for kids as young as 3, all the way up to 16. Kids are involved in the experiments and you can add on delicious ice cream and cotton candy, as well as slime making and face painting. Check out their Instagram here.
I mean, why not right? If you don’t already know, Yombu was started by entertainers for entertainers. It’s a party entertainment marketplace that connects party planners and parents seeking professional children’s entertainers in a fraction of the time it would usually take – no back and forth emailing! Find magicians, face-painters, balloon twisters and princess and superhero party characters in a city near you – and we’re always working on expanding. You can trust us with:
Curation: We vet all suppliers on our platform to guarantee quality for users. We find the best entertainers in the area so clients know that hiring on our platform guarantees quality.
Matching: We cut down the search cost and complexity in a crowded market. We match clients with the right entertainers for their party (and we do this quickly, where other marketplaces take days to confirm bookings we take less then an hour) and we quickly match clients with entertainers that are experienced in working with the exact age group of kids the client has at their party.
Support: With easy payment processing, communication tools, contacts, insurance, service quality guarantees, we make it easy to book, schedule and communicate with the entertainer and we also guarantee that if a client isn’t happy with our service we will refund them.
If you were searching for Top Kids’ Party Entertainment Ideas in New York, we hope you found it here! Let us know which one was your favorite, which you want to try and which you maybe have already tried!
Get inspired with various themes for different age groups by checking out this article from Today’s Parent and info from professional party planners themselves.