Small car, BIG performance – Playing for Mini Electric

Hello gang!

Well here’s a bit of information that will drive you all CRAZY! *wink* I had the privilege of playing sax for the launch of the new electric Mini that will be available to buy in March 2020 – Mini Electric!

I’ve played for parties, weddings, bars, clubs but never for one of the biggest car companies in the world! It seems electric is the way to go, as many cars and other vehicles are taking the green approach for being more environmentally friendly and I for one am all for it!

Everything about the event was built on bringing Mini (and the car industry) to a whole new level, with an exciting electric vibe and real party atmosphere which reminded me of all the times I spent in Ibiza for its out of this world wow factor!

That’s not all! They even had light displays, smoke machines, lasers and bright pops of colour – all housed within a dark room as the unveiling of the new electric car would soon be revealed!

Needless to say, the suspense was killing everyone (including me) as everyone gathered round the stage waiting for the big reveal! Luckily, I was in prime position ready with my light-up saxophone to help build up the music!

Cue drum roll and the cloth was pulled off to show the sleek, modern and ultra-cool Electric Mini! There was a buzz and cheer from the crowd as soon as I played a massive house anthem song to match the theme of the car.

I loved being able to take the wheel on music and create an explosion of energy that is just as powerful and charged as the Mini itself!

If you’re looking for a unique saxophone player to make your event’s entertainment shine, then hire the one and only Girl on Sax by emailing may@girlonsax.co.uk or calling 07740 192973. Check out my website for more information.

Planning party entertainment

I love a good party! It’s one of the best things to do in life, where you can dance all day and night, eat lots of scrummy food and feel on top of the world!

When it comes to entertaining guests, creating that all important WOW factor is the key to success. As a female saxophone player, I get invited to play at so many parties, weddings and clubs – bringing laughter, joy and music to any event! So, it’s safe to say that partying is in my DNA.

If you’re hosting an event, but are unsure what to do for party entertainment, here are just a few ideas and things to bear in mind!

First off, what is it for?

A wedding, birthday or anniversary is very family and friends orientated. So, being able to let loose and have fun is what it’s all about!

Corporate events and exhibitions usually involve team building exercises, networking or meeting with clients and you want to create a great first impression!

Next, is there a theme?

Are you thinking of retro? Western? Casino? Fancy dress? Gatsby? There’s so many to crazy party themes out there to choose from!

 

So, now that you’ve have thought these through, its time to think about what kind of party entertainment you’ll have!

Performers

The number 1 spot has got to be performers! From dancers, circus acts, acrobats, comedian, magicians and of course musicians, no one can dazzle and energize the crowd with spectacular feats of entertainment!

I love hearing the crowd roar in excitement when the music begins to play, especially when I join other amazing artists, live bands and DJs in an effort to make the place pop and shine with my light-up sax too!

Artistic entertainment

Feeling artsy? Hire a caricaturist to make silly portraits of your guests as a souvenir for them to take home and place on the wall. Or, why not paint yourself by hiring a face painter!

Interactive

Instead of watching, be part of the entertainment! With advances in technology, VR is a huge hit with gaming and would make any corporate training or exercise WAY more interesting!

Photobooths will look great on Instagram, and a complementary chocolate fountain or cocktail bar will go down a treat. If you’re one for puzzles, organising a mystery solving case (think Cluedo) or a scavenger hunt is a sure-fire way to get everyone’s detective caps on!

 

If looking for out of the box party entertainment for your next event, then why not hire Girl on Sax or the power girl band Girls That Mix by calling 07740 192973 or email me at may@girlonsax.co.uk  Check out my website for more information.