- Honolulu, HI
- Aerialist / Burlesque Entertainment
Danielle is a professional aerialist and performer, available for hire locally and internationally. Her work ranges from dynamic five minute acts, to longer, more…
In the past year, Burlesque Entertainers have sent 2,153 quotes to event planners
Burlesque Entertainers rank #75 in popularity out of 545 categories on GigSalad
742 Burlesque Entertainer reviews on GigSalad with an average rating of 4.9 stars
From request to booking, it takes 1.5 days (on average) to hire a Burlesque Entertainer
Burlesque entertainment emerged in Europe during the early 18th century as a musical and theatrical parody. It originated in America during the 19th century and re-emerged in the early 20th century as a mix of performance art and adult entertainment. Burlesque entertainment is a great way to add life to your bachelor party, corporate event, or special occasion. Whether you prefer a traditional witty parody performed or a modern performance with colorful costumes and novelty acts, GigSalad will connect you with Burlesque entertainment to help make your next event a success.
Some things to consider before hiring Burlesque entertainment are to find a troupe that specializes in the style of entertainment that you want for your event. Be sure to find entertainment appropriate for your audience. Next, ask to view video of past performances and ask if they have any references you could contact. Finally, inquire about specifics. Will the Burlesque entertainment need a special type of floor or stage? How much area is needed? Now start shimmyin' and shakin' to an awesome event! Search for Burlesque Entertainment in Honolulu, Hawaii above.
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