Social Distancing Party Available
This package includes stilts, juggling, magic, plate spinning, balloon animals, fire juggling, and, give aways.
15 kids or less
This package includes: stilts, juggling, magic, plate spinning, balloon animals, fire juggling, and give aways. Plus face painting.
Up to 20 kids
This package includes: stilts, juggling, magic, plate spinning, balloon animals, unicycle, fire juggling, and give aways. Plus face painting.
Up to 30 kids
Frequently Asked Questions
What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?+
I always arrive at least 30 minutes to an hour after the party starts, as people with young children almost always come late. I like to arrive on stilts. I always request the parent to keep kids away from the front of the house so I can make my surprise entrance!
My shows are highly interactive and it's far better to let kids sit on a blanketed ground level. I don't need much room, but it is a good idea to not have any major noise or TV on during my show.
Never push a young child forward, some are scared if they have never seen a clown. Let them stay in the room, even if they do cry at first. I guarantee when they see the other kids interacting, they will warm up. By the end of the party, they will be just fine!!!!!!
Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.+
Birthday parties, school shows, company picnics, holiday parties. I focus on childrens, but have done shows for adults too.
What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?+
In my business (Birthday Party Clown) people sometimes don't realize the difference between a good clown and a great clown. I take pride working for Disneyland, Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Clown College as a teacher and Circus Circus here in Vegas.
Some clowns don't even wear a real wig or take pride in their makeup. I always believe in keeping the magic alive and showing up in full character. I know that there are people who are scared of clowns, but I still know that the benefits of being a "real clown" far outweigh the "clown-a-phobia".
Describe three recent jobs you've completed.+
I did one on top of the World Market Center for a 1 year old's birthday. What a great view from the top!
I was recently part of the Wine and Dine at the Luxor pool. I was hired by Back Bar and worked directly for Tito's Vodka. What a great event and I was a strollin Tito's Vodka bilboard sign!
I worked the Thomas The Train event out at the Boulder City Railway. They had me do 7 shows a day for two weekends in a row. Every time a train came back, I did a show for the families waiting to go aboard!
Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?+
I have made my full time living as a professional clown and entertainer in Las Vegas since 1985. This is NOT a hobby, it is my FULL TIME CAREER! . I LOVE what I do and focus my attention on the birthday child. It is always amazing when that kid has a GREAT time, and all the adults have a GREAT time too!
I have worked in Vegas as a clown since the 80's and over the years have worked with so many kids. Some have grown up and hired me for their kids. I did a party the other day where they had a picture up on the wall from 17 years ago with me and their kid. They wanted me to pose in the same pose with their grandkid!
What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?+
How much do you charge?
See rates on prices page!
If you don't want a clown, there are other options:
How much notice do you need before a party?-
I take bookings up to a year ahead and have on the rare occasion been booked on the day of the party.(i.e. when another clown cancels, I have stepped in at the last minute). I don't need any advance booking time, but there is only one of me and most people want to reserve time on Saturday or Sunday. When I am booked, I am booked. I do require a 50% deposit and that can be paid through Venmo, Zelle, Paypal, ect.