There is no experience quite like a carnival. Hosting an event like this can provide great publicity for a company, or simply bring together a community in a new and unexpected way. Whether you're charging for it, providing it for free, or some combination of the two, you'll want to make sure all of these elements are included. Without them, it just wouldn't be a party.

Dunk Tanks

These are fun, especially if it's a community or work event. The mechanics of the game are simple: people can step up and take a turn trying to hit a lever, which if hit will plunge someone sitting within the tank into the water below. You can either hire someone to sit there, or potentially pick someone from the event (for example, a boss at a corporate event or a mayor/community leader at a community event) to sit in the tank instead. Dunk tank rental options are numerous and inexpensive.


CarnivalA classic moonbounce is a staple of fairs and carnivals throughout time. These are designed with children in mind, although they can handle any kind of traffic that might come at them up to the weight limit. The purpose is simple: to provide a fun way to bounce and play. Over time, moonwalks have evolved substantially, and now include elements like slides and even advanced play equipment packed inside. Moonwalks are usually available to buy or rent. If you run events infrequently, a rental might be the best choice. If you're a professional company, you might want to buy instead.

Good Food

It is fairly common to neglect to provide actual food at the event. But think about it: if you don't feed the people something filling, they'll need to leave in order to eventually quench their hunger and thirst. Instead of encouraging them to leave, you can simply set up some kind of concessions. These can also be a big moneymaker in some situations.

Traditional Carnival Food

In addition to actually filling food, you'll want to offer the fare that everyone expects at fairs. This includes things like funnel cakes, popcorn, cotton candy – all the basics. If you neglect it, people just won't feel that the atmosphere is right. Even if they don't expect to partake themselves, they'll still expect to see others partaking, and they'll find it weird if there isn't anything available.

Good Logistics

No one likes to wander around with trash or other items they'd like to discard. No one likes to feel as though there is nowhere to sit and eat, or to rest their feet. These are all logistical issues which should be addressed and remedied prior to the event. Make sure that there are benches. Make sure that there are ample trash cans. Make sure that restrooms are clearly marked. If your guests are comfortable, they're going to have a lot more fun and be a lot happier.

All of these tips will help your event be successful. Whether you're looking to make money off your venture or simply to provide a good time for clients, co-workers, students, or community members, these tips are sure to have everyone leave smiling.

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