The Tattoo Printer is a modern, high-tech substitute for your standard tattoo station. It's a huge time-saver and also a great branding opportunity. Find out why The Tattoo Printer is #mcapproved.
Meeting planners can save entertainment budget money by combining acts for their event performances. Whether for VIPs, high-end galas, incentive travel programs, awards dinners or corporate groups, pairing up solo acts such as Michael Bublé tribute artist Scott Keo with a professional house band will lessen the impact on your budget.
URequest Live is a band that plays only the songs your attendees request via brandable touchscreen “jukeboxes” or with their smartphones. The band plays the audience’s requests in order of popularity, ensuring the most requested songs are always being played next.
Rubik’s Cube artist Giovanni Contardi has racked up 350,000+ followers on his Instagram page by creating pixel portraits of celebrities using hundreds of cubes. He can be hired to produce custom artwork for meetings and events, such as a 1980s-themed reception or something more modern.
Raised on the great popular music of the last century, the Jordan Kahn Orchestra delivers a dance-floor-filling musical performance that transports attendees on a journey across all genres. The band can seemingly transition from dinner music to high-energy dance tunes.
HI-LITES are visual effects glasses that enable brands and artists to offer augmented reality without the wires or costs. They transform any point of light viewed through the lenses into custom shapes.
Meet Swedish Jam Factory, a multi-genre and multi-instrumentalist tap dancing duo comprised of Thomas Bergstig and Isaac Middleton. These guys will get your attendees up and grooving with their unconventional, excitement-filled performance.
AFISHAL is a true pioneer in the world of electronic music. A relentless drive to innovate, a natural talent for drumming and AFISHAL’s passion for music culminated in the birth of his style of “Visual DJing.”
In an age when most of the attendees at your event have high-quality cameras in their pockets, you either have to create photo-worthy backdrops that entice social sharing … or you can try something compelling and new. I’ve only had one even photo opportunity featured on the Michael Cerbelli’s: The Hot List™ 2019, and I think this is absolutely one of my favorites in years. Meet the Hypno Eye!
When I look deep into it, I wonder how artists are inspired with every stroke, line, sketch or color. With that in mind, let me introduce you to an amazing events artist, Jeremy Sutton, iPad Painter—a Smithsonian-featured iPad artist.