7 Top Kids Christmas Party Entertainment Ideas For Family Day Events

7 Top Kids Christmas Party Entertainment Ideas For Family Day Events

Something to consider when organising a Christmas Family Day for the children of your staff and or clients is the entertainment for the children. It’s a busy time of year, so perhaps you should consider booking a corporate children’s Christmas party entertainment package like the one show in the video below. Also see kids Christmas party ideas.

Christmas Party Entertainment Package

7 Top Children’s Christmas Party Entertainment Ideas

Here’s 7 great entertainment options for your next Childrens Family Day Christmas Party.

1. Face Painters

Well face painters are essential for any children’s party. Loads of children love sitting and getting their faces painted. This is a winning idea! Top tip: Find out how long it takes the face painter to paint a face and then have a look at how many kids will be at the event. This will give you an idea of how many faces can be painted in the allotted time. You may decide to hire more than one face painter to prevent long cues.

2. Stilt Walkers

They are just so cool. Some great costume stilt characters like Christmas angels and elves are perfect for Christmas theme. Top tip: Stilt walkers can only perform on relatively hard surfaces. If your event is on grass and it has been raining and it is soggy, you need to check with the performer if they are happy to continue to perform.

3. Kids Stage Show

There are many types of children’s shows to choose form. Magic, singing and dancing. Top tip: You may need to provide a stage and the audio for them to perform if it is a large scale event. Best to have a professional audio company managing this unless the act can provide their own P.A

4. Roving Characters

Christmas roving characters area great way to keep the crowds entertained and interested. Why not have some of Santa’s elves roving among the crowd? Most of these artists are highly skilled circus performers that can perform all sorts of wonderful tricks to entertain and “Wow” the onlookers. Top tip: All roving performer needs breaks so when scheduling their performance time, keep this in mind and make sure you know how long the performer can rove before needing a short break.

5. Roving Musical Band

There’s something exciting about hearing the sounds of a roving band before actually seeing them. It becomes a street party atmosphere. Hire a Christmas theme  roving band that interacts with the crowd is a winning idea

The Mistle Tones are an interactive music comedy group that will make you laugh, get your feet tapping and add plenty of excitement to your event.

6. Inflatables Bouncing Castles/Slides.

If space allows, inflatables are so much fun for kids (young and old)  Top Tip: Some suppliers require a hard surface for safety so be sure to let them know what type of ground the inflatable will be placed on.

And last but not least…

7. Santa’s Arrival!

Yes, this is kind of the really important one. Santa loves to hand out presents. If budget allows, you can  purchase presents for the kids (Just wrap the presents in 2 separate colors to differentiate between the 2 genders) or if budget is tight, ask the parents to drop off a present for each of their own children that will be attending with their name clearly marked. Top tip: if you don’t want to hire a professional Santa, just hire a Santa suit and get one of the staff to be the main man for the appearance.

Getting Organised

If you want to get your kids Christmas Party sorted without any fuss, feel free to contact Vogue Entertainment or call 1300 296 133.

Candice Taylor
Candice Taylor