AwardsAwards Years: 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000
BRAVO! Entertainment and Canadian event design powerhouse, eXperiential eVents, take Canadian Special Event Industry Awards for Best Entertainment Production with "Feel The Beat" in Calgary.
Feel The Beat was an event designed around entertainment with rhythm as the connecting thread to entertain over 1500 guests at the Telus Convention Center in Calgary, Alberta.
Not only were performances custom choreographed, invented instruments were built specifically for this event. Guests were treated to nine different shows in one event.
Three stages flowed entertainment through the event with featured performances by America’s Got Talent finalists Sideswipe, custom aerial performances by Cirque Du Soliel alumni and architectural instruments which transformed the venue itself in to an instrument.
BRAVO! Entertainment and Bashara Concepts SWEEP Industry Entertainment Production Awards with "Art In Motion"
Art in Motion was designed for Klimpton Hotels Grand Opening of Hotel Palomar Dallas. Entertainment was produced to enhance the design and function of the hotel’s exterior and interior with the objective of drawing media and public attention to the hotel.
The entertainment featured spectacular choreographed acrobatic performances on the exterior walls of the hotel, as well as dance, art, music and fashion in a dynamic event that exceeded all expectations.
Our entertainment was the driving force in an event that was hailed by the press as "better entertainment than any hotel opening thus far in Dallas".
"Blanc Et Noir" captured Classic and Modern Hollywood in the renowned Kodak Theatre ballroom- home of the Academy Awards® Governor’s Ball
BRAVO! Entertainment was invited by the International Special event Society to produce entertainment for their 2005 Esprit Award Gala. Entertainment Producer Debbie Meyers (BRAVO! Entertainment) and Event Designer Timot McGonagle (TimotART) produced a world of "Blanc Et Noir, The New Hollywood Black & White".
The event was designed to offer a black and white palette with entertainment designed to color the imagination, salute Hollywood, honor the award nominees and celebrate the recipients.
This entertainment production offered new concept performances as well as new twists on old concepts. Classical treatment of Rock Anthems from Phat Strad, Classic Opera ne’ techno styling from Broadway sensation Sean McDermott, choreography blended physical movement with graphic animation stimulated the eyes and ears!
Custom costuming, hand selected music with lyrical tributes to the people, place and reason for this event were produced with cutting edge choreographed dance, world class musicians, amazing vocal talent and the latest in video technology.
"A Night of Spanish Splendor" involved transforming Arizona Dessert into a Spanish Oasis of entertainment. Working once again with the vision of Gary Jones (Gary Jones Presents) BRAVO! Created a luxurious buffet of Spanish flavored entertainment!
Expecting a 4-wheel romp through the Arizona desert, executives were surprised when they arrived at an elegant dinner setting five miles off road. Greeted by conquistadors on horseback and senoritas strewing red rose petals in their path guests were transported to a time when Spanish culture dominated the American southwest.
The entertainment featured a sword fight between Zorro and his nemesis Captain Ramon, Flamenco music and traditional dance as well as selections from Carmen, performed by Broadway stars Sean McDermott and Katherine Myrick with members of the Tucson Opera in costumes from Warner Brothers Movie Studios in an elegant setting completed the exciting and unexpected Spanish Desert Splendor experience!
"Fire and Ice" transformed the look and feel of the Dallas Homebuilder’s McSam® Awards every step of the way!
For the annual Dallas Homebuilders Awards the planning committee wanted an event that was anything but typical. Exciting, out of the box and entertainment was the key. Coordinating the style, tempo and temperature of entertainment with the colors in the ballroom produced a night to remember.
Fire and Ice took guests on a journey from CHILLY Winter to HOT Salsa. Combining music, dance, custom costumes and specialty performances with lighting that changed from Ice Blue to Green, Yellow, Orange and finally Red-Hot. This entertainment concept transformed the ballroom along the way creating an event unlike they had never seen before!
"Spettacollo Della Luna" was an experience conceived by Gary Jones (Added Attractions) and brought to life by BRAVO! Entertainment in the most unlikely of places!
An Arizona palm court is a far cry from Venice, Italy- but Venice it became.
Entertainment flowed seamlessly with décor and cuisine to create an elegant Venetian atmosphere, its own full moon transforming into a spectacular surprise finale’.
The event’s centerpiece, a grand buffet, was adorned with living statues of Greek goddesses beneath a full moon suspended in mid-air. Guests enjoyed gondola rides and a string ensemble dressed in 18th century fashion. When a mysterious creature disappeared into the buffet statuary; the full moon rose, gently lifting an aerialist towards the night sky in a brilliant climax to the evening.
BRAVO! Entertainment with Sherri Pizitz, CSEP (Events Unlimited) design and produced "Rhythm Of the Night" a spectacular event to showcase the Fairmont Dallas Regency Ballroom.
This entertainment concept was produced to work in concert with the event’s décor and cuisine to deliver an extravaganza showcasing the Fairmont Dallas with style and impact. The common thread was rhythm, a single rhythm connecting music across continents and through the ages, The Rhythm Of The Night!
With 5 stages and a 6 course meal everything transformed in the room with each new course, food, costumed wait staff, lighting and entertainment all coordinated around different genres of music and culinary culture.
Elaborate timing and flawless execution created the desired impact, a perfect "WOW" experience!
300,000 people can’t be wrong- the 2002 Trinity Fest 4th of July Celebration was a HUGE success. Entertainment and fireworks conceived by BRAVO! Entertainment proved a magnet for the Woodstock sized crowd that jammed Dallas city streets to attend!
The July 4th Trinity Fest was the first celebration of its kind in Dallas. Technical challenges in producing an event of this kind in an area with no water, no shade and no electricity in a region known for rough weather and scorching mid-summer temperatures were many.
Regional entertainment for the whole family was featured on stages throughout the event, The Main stage headline acts were Randy Travis, The Commodores and La Mafia. The second largest fireworks display in the US was created by the world famous Grucci family.
Trinity Fest is now touted as one of the most successful special events in Dallas history.
"Highway One Road To Fun" captured the feel of the great American road trip and entertained 8000 attendees at Excel Telecommunications annual sales conference.
The entertainment at the Grand Finale event to a 4-day sales conference had to deliver a message, excite and motivate the 8000 attendees and work in concert with the décor to create a total theme experience.
Over 70 entertainers, performers and musicians brought the destinations along the way to life. Hobo’s hung around and Excel Patrolmen issued citations for not having enough fun! Stops included the Pegasus Lounge, Studio One Disco, XL-1 Ranch, The Excel Diner, Handsome Hank’s Filling Station, The Voodoo Garden and Excel’s House Of Blues.
Entertainment was around every bend in the road. The attendees wandered everywhere in amazement at what they found.
The 2001 Make A Wish fund raising gala took guests on an international tour of dance. "It’s A Small World" featured a cast of young performers and incorporated Wish Kids in to the show!
Guests embarked on a sensory journey around the world tasting fare from different parts of the globe. Each course was accompanied by entertainment vignettes which celebrated the cultural music and dance of the region. Destinations included Ireland, Africa, Arabia, The Orient, Polynesia, Mexico and America.
Over 30 young performers were cast ranging in age from 8 to 18 years old in order to emphasize the youth of the charity’s beneficiaries. Performances were staged on a huge dance floor surrounded by the audience, featuring dramatic lighting and over 150 custom costumes.
The concept, size and scope of the production was unlike anything done at this event before. With record setting fund raising it raised the bar for years to come.
BRAVO! Entertainment created a fantasy world of "Books and Bears" for GTE’s employee family holiday party. Traditional holiday entertainment was combined with an ensemble of Bear characters from favorite literary classics to tie in with GTE’s book drive to benefit area children’s libraries
Over 60 entertainers and artists were brought in to create a non-stop entertainment experience throughout this event which sprawled over 200,000 square feet of GTE’s massive headquarters facility. Entertainment was designed to amuse "kids" of all ages. Thousands of employees and their families explored Santa’s village, visiting Santa, Mrs. Claus and Santa’s reindeer, a children’s choir serenaded, jugglers, elves, balloon artists and stilt walkers roamed everywhere.
Everyone knows bears live in the forest. An underground concourse wound beneath a waterfall cascading outside of a wall of glass. This was converted into a magical forest frequented by friendly bears and where Boy Scouts greeted passersby. Pooh Bear, Brier Bear, Smokey The Bear, Yogi along with Goldie Locks and her 3 Bears interacted with kids and parents alike.
Craft Areas offered activities for kids ages 4 to 12, while toddlers could romp in a play area "just their size". Older kids headed to the Teen Room Disco where the DJ’s boogie beat kept folks on their feet and costumed dancers interacted to get everyone on the dance floor.
In the auditorium regular shows featured Scrooge’s Holiday Spirits magic show, a Puppet Theatre and national children’s entertainer, Joanie Bartels led kids in rollicking sing-a-long’s throughout the event.