- Houston, TX
- Juggler / Medieval Entertainment
- 12 Verified Bookings
Shae G. said “We'll definitely have him again!”
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In the past year, Medieval Entertainers have sent 81 quotes to event planners
Medieval Entertainers rank #342 in popularity out of 544 categories on GigSalad
35 Medieval Entertainer reviews on GigSalad with an average rating of 4.7 stars
From request to booking, it takes 3.1 days (on average) to hire a Medieval Entertainer
Find and compare Medieval Entertainment on GigSalad by selecting your event location above. A Medieval Entertainment can be the perfect choice for events and parties of all types, and on GigSalad it's free to browse, compare and get quotes from Medieval Entertainment near you.
Find Medieval Entertainment and Medieval Performers on GigSalad, the event planner's source for jesters, mummers, minstrels, troubadours and more. Fighters using Rapier and Dagger, Quarterstaff, Broadsword also available!
Hiring medieval entertainment is a great way to entertain the guests at your next party, conference, wedding, banquet, or special event. Whether you want to create a medieval wedding with a medieval kingdom of knights, princesses, royal minstrels, jesters, and jugglers or you want a medieval performance of sword fighting, archery, and jousting at your next community event, GigSalad will connect you with medieval entertainment to take your next event back to a magical time.
GigSalad's Top 3 Tips for Hiring Medieval Entertainment
1.) Find medieval entertainment that specializes in the style of entertainment that you want for your event. Do you want an interactive archery tournament for your community event or would you like to feast like a king at your banquet? Would you prefer a strolling act or a stage performance?
2.) Ask to view video of their past performances. Call references.
3.) Pay attention to detail in the contract. Inquire about specifics. Will the medieval entertainment need a special type of floor or stage? How much area is needed?