Aerial Bartenders Champagne Rain. If you’ve never been to an event where they serve champagne from a bucket suspended in mid air then you’ve missed a treat.
Option A – 2 pourers at the same time for a total of one hour. 3 performers on rotation.
Option B – 1 pourer for a total of 1 hr. 2 performers on rotation. Option C – 1 pourer for a total of 30 min. 1 performer.
Tech Spec Aerial Bartenders: Option A requires 2 rigging points each with a safe working load of 350 kg.
Option B requires 1 rigging point with a safe working load of 350 kg.
Option C requires 1 rigging point with a safe working load of 350 kg.
Aerial Bartenders Champagne Pourers
A rigger may be required to rig venues that are difficult to rig (for example some marquees or if there is no access to the rigging point.) Height required is a minimum of 5 metres from rigging point to floor.
Bartenders are also usually responsible for confirming that customers meet the legal drinking age requirements before serving them alcoholic beverages. In certain countries, such as the United Kingdom and Sweden, bartenders are legally required to refuse more alcohol to drunk customers.
A bartender can generally mix classic cocktails such as a Cosmopolitan, Manhattan, Old Fashioned, and Mojito. Cocktail competitions such as World Class and Bacardi Legacy have recognised talented bartenders in the past decade and these bartenders, and others, spread the love of cocktails and hospitality throughout the world. (Wikipedia)
Aerial Bartenders performance fees quoted per performer + VAT. Quotes will not necessarily include travel and accommodation or resting/travel days. Riggers provided at extra cost. Each enquiry is treated on it’s own merits.
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