We want to throw one of our most successful and sort after acts ever created into the spotlight this week;
The “Aerial Perch” is… An aerial hostess perched high in the air, on an elegant custom made aerial chair, who then swings down to pour Champagne for her adoring guests below her.
A new way to engage your audience and strengthen brand experience through an interactive Champagne service, the Aerial Perch is a must at your next event.
The perfect ingredient to create a celebratory atmosphere and for the seasoned event goer who thinks they have “seen it all”.
Our Aerial Perch is our alternative option to our Aerial Parlour which is our original and much larger Aerial Champagne Service Option.
This service can run for up to 1 hour with up to four perches running at the same time, perfect for pre-dinner drinks or cocktail functions. Longer durations can also be achieved, please contact our office for a customised package.
Our hostess’ perform 3 x 15 minute sets within the hour on the Aerial Perches, they are aided by a gorgeous promotional model dressed in formal attire or themed costuming who assists by handing champagne bottles and encouraging guests to partake. We have up to 4 Perches available for hire.
The aerialists will climb down her silk every 15 minutes to break for 5 minutes whilst still ensuring continuous drinks service.
There are two ways to host the Aerial Perch in your venue ensuring it can be utilised at all events:
Option 1: Rigged from a point
This is the quickest & easiest option. We require a rated point which can hold a minimum of 500kg’s. Ceiling height must be at least 6m. We also require the use of a an elevated work platform if access to the ceiling is otherwise not possible.
Option 2: Free Standing rig
If your venue does not have the points to host the apparatus, we can provide a free-standing rig. The truss provided can be dressed in satin sheaths to suit your event or company colours for an added fee.
Please contact the office if you would like to hear more about the fabulously unique, “Aerial Perch”.