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Best Kids Party Entertainers in Southeast Michigan

Here are some of the best kids party entertainers in the Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor areas. Clowns, magicians, princesses, ponies and more that come to your home.

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Fairytale Entertainment

Whether your child wants to meet a princess or hang out with spider hero, this entertainment company will bring his or her favorite character right to your house. Say "hi" to Peter Pan or take a picture with Happy Birthday Barbie.

Fantasy Tea Party

  • Phone: 810-227-2789
  • Serves: Based in Brighton; call for availability

Princesses and tea parties and magic – oh my! More than a dozen party themes are available, including "Princess and Me Tea," "Hawaiian Luau" and "Tea with Teddy." Guys not feeling the tea party? For Boy Scouts, there's a magic adventure and pirate fun, both sure to be hits.

Glittery Spa Parties

  • Phone: 866-925-9694
  • Serves: metro Detroit area and some western Michigan counties; operates year-round

Sit back, relax and have a girls day out with this traveling spa party. Young gals get pampered with facials and nail treatments while gossiping about the latest celeb news and listening to rockin' party music. Guests can also get beauty tips and create their own spa favors to take home.

Goofy Faces Caricatures

  • Phone: 248-652-8910
  • Serves: southeast and western Michigan; perates year-round

These kooky and creative sketch artists visit your party and doodle your guests' caricatures. With an average of 10-15 face sketches in black and white per hour, these speedy artistes will be sure to wow crowds of all ages.

Inflatable Playspaces

Bring the party home by renting out a wide variety of inflatables, slides, obstacle courses, Velco walls, inflatable movie screens, dunk tanks, concessions equipment, carnival games and lots more. (They've got "Open Bounce" at their building location too; check it out.)

Inflate A Bounce

With the inflatable party products for rent from this venue, your child can have a bouncy birthday! Check out the various themed moonwalks, slides and slew of fun games – like a soft-tipped gladiator joust and cushy sumo suits for wrestling.

Jason Abbott, magician

Little ones will be ooh-ing and ahh-ing at the tricks this magician pulls out of his hat. Written for children ages 5-7 but appropriate for 4- to-10-year-olds, the show features tricks that'll make even adults wonder, "How'd he do that?!"

Jokers Entertainment

It's all fun and games at this local venue that rents party equipment. A water-tag maze, cotton candy machines and pony rides are just a few of the attractions you can get delivered right to your door.

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Oct 24, 2012 11:18 am
 Posted by  marybsalts

I've interacted with many of these companies and I've found that the very best is Miraculous Entertainment out of Royal Oak. They're extremely professional and bring a ton of extras to the party. Our kids loved it and we will definitely be calling them again!

Feb 5, 2014 08:13 am
 Posted by  Mike

I am always cautious about recommendations by "magazines" that recommend their advertisers. I've heard Baffling Bill is great, But my search was for clowns. Carousel acres is animals, not clowns. I finally found 2clowns.com. My kids love them- see for yourself.

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