- Typical Gig: 10 - 120 minutes
- Fee: Contact for quote
- Insurance: $5,000,000 - Covered by Performers of the US, copies of insurance available upon request
- Languages: English
We offer two basic packages, and can tailor a performance to fit your needs.
For an event where the audience will stay in one place and watch the entire performance from beginning to end: (i.e. small birthday or house parties) 18 minute NON-STOP fire performance, featuring eating, breathing, and dancing with fire.
For an event where the audience will only stop to watch in passing: (i.e. festival or street fair) Performers will display their skills for 1 hour with a 3-5 minute rest period every 15 minutes. This is not a "show", but a relaxed demonstration of talent.
In the case of a larger event, we will call on our fellow performers accordingly.
We perform to musical accompaniment played through our own battery powered sound system.
We pride ourself on our flexibility, and will work with you to plan a performance that suits your event and your budget.
We are highly trained professionals, with over 250 combined hours of training in safety, technique, and performance.
We adhere to the highest safety standards for "Open Flame Effects"; Safety procedures are available on our website, www.sunshinefireentertainment.com/shows.
The troupe has performed at:
Wabeek Cty Club, Bloomfield Hills, MI
Star Cty Club, Shelby Twp, MI
Lifetime Fitness, Shelby Twp, MI
Tangent Gallery, MI
Fire & Ice Festival, Bay Harbor, MI
Sturgis Fest, Sturgis MI
Midnight in the Tropics, Sunrise Rotary Club, MI
Private Parties in MI, MA, CT, NY
Camp Mah-Kee-Nac, MA
Eisner Camp, MA
Sunday River Resort, ME
New Bedford AHA, MA
Winterfest, Lowell, MA
Moonlingh Magic, Shelburne Falls, MA
Salmon Fest, Shelburne Falls, MA
Hampshire College 40th Anniversary, MA
Umass Amherst, MA
Wachusett Ski, MA
Amherst Haiti Relief, MA
First Night, New Bedford, MA
Private Halloween parties in MA, CT
Shaoulin Kung Fu of Amherst. MA
Long Lake Camp for the Arts, NY
Keegan: “I started performing with fire just over three years ago. After graduating College with a BA in art, specifically Kinetic Sculpture, I found myself in need of something new. My friend Tiger (team F.A.D.E.) had been involved in the fire community for several years, and had been forever talking of the beautiful and loving community she had found in the fire family, and at WildFire. The stories she told, the people she spoke of, opened my eyes to a new way of life: positive energy, forward thinking, and just a general appreciation for the life I have been given. I was working as a custodian at the time, the summer after graduation. It was at this job that I earned the name “Sunshine” born from my new, perky and positive attitude. The fact that my new beautiful and loving friends also spun fire was kind of a happy side-note. It is this positive energy and love that I hope to bring to others through my fire."
Jadey Bug: "In 2006 I saw my first fire performance and like most, was amazed at the way someone can make something so intense look so effortless. From that point on there was no turning back, I wanted to absorb everything I could. In the beginning my skill of choice was Fire Poi. By 2007 I was ready for a change of pace, I wanted to take all that I learned and apply it to something a little more majestic; The hula hoop. The way it danced and twirled around my body was not only relaxing, but energizing. I am also blessed to have some amazing teachers that have taught me how to not only dace with fire, but to manipulate and eat it as well. Today my passion has taken my love of fire and combined it with my love for acrobatic yoga. I also specialize in Fire Eating, Fire Fans and Fire Staff. What made me hooked is the experience, now I share that experience with others.
Kady Bug: "I was first drawn to hoop dance in the summer of 2007, one festival after the next I would continue to see this beautiful new way of dancing! Finally I met some local hula hoopers at the Detroit Jazz festival who told me how to make my own. I have continued to evolve ever since, and in 2009 was introduced to a variety of fire performers via the Detroit Fire Guild. I became very passionate about hoop dance & continued to look for ways to expand my experience. I've found that yoga goes hand in hand with hooping and I am pursuing becoming a yoga teacher. A year and a half ago I began learning acrobatic yoga and aerial. When I took my first lesson, I had no idea I would come this far so fast."