Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

That depends on the act you choose. For complete details, including pricing, simply fill out this quick and easy form here.

When you receive your pricing, you’ll notice the prices  say “from,” rather than “only.” The price you see is for the basic package-you can add performers and customization options (like additional acts, flame effects, fire breathing, or your logo in lights) for an additional fee. We’ve structured the pricing this way so you can build your perfect entertainment package. 

How much space do you need?

That depends on the act: 

Mermaids require a comfortable seat in a shaded area when not swimming.

All dancers require a 15X15 space to perform in. The performance surface should be solid and smooth, and free from anything that may present a slip or trip hazard. For belly dancers (if they’re using Isis Wings) and LED dancers, a 12′ clearance is required to accommodate the props.

Fire dancers need at lease 15′ clearance when performing indoors, or on a covered patio. The entire area should be clear of any flammable materials, including linens and decorations.

**Please ask us for specific safety requirements if you are inquiring about an indoor fire performance.**

Can you perform the show indoors/outdoors?

Belly dance, LED dance, and mermaid entertainment are suitable for indoor and outdoor events. 

Fire dancing is usually performed outdoors, but some venues are set up to handle indoor performance safely. Please consult with us before booking an indoor fire show. Fire breathing is an outdoors-only offering. 

Do you require a deposit?

A 50% deposit secures your booking. The balance is due in cash on the day of the event, before or directly after the performance. Some clients don’t like to use cash, and elect to pay upfront at booking. 

Is the show clean?

Yes! All our acts are clean, and corporate/wedding friendly, so you don’t have to worry about offending the more conservative folks in your group.

When's a good time to have you begin your show?

For daytime events, or indoor events that will be well lit, we recommend, belly dance, mermaids, and day prop acts. Belly dancers and mermaids can also perform at night time events, of course, but the day props aren’t easy for the audience to see in low light conditions.

Fire shows are best performed at least 15 minutes after sunset. Dusk is a beautiful time of day for a fire show-the fire really pops against a dusky sky. Of course, after dark is a popular choice as well. We don’t recommend the time frame just before sunset, as the fire is very difficult for the audience to see with the sun low in the sky.

LED shows are best in very dark lighting situations. The beauty of this act lies in the ability of the audience to see the trails of the lights being manipulated into patterns. For this reason, we recommend that this act be performed after dark, or indoors with the lights out.