The Roaring Twenties

Some call it the Great Gatsby or the Prohibition Era or 1920s Dixieland. Going back to a time when the gin was cold and the piano was hot. With the music and look of the age of Swing in New York when Jazz was born. Bounce can make your next 1920’s theme event one your […]

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Top 5 Rooftop Venues

  5.   230 Fifth Address: 230 5th Ave, New York, NY 10001   Quickly becoming one of the most popular rooftop venues in New York City with heated igloos in the winter and large umbrellas in the summer allowing this unique venue to open all year round.         4.   Skylark Address: 200 […]

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Top 5 Trending Wedding Venues in New York

  5. Brooklyn Winery 213 North 8th St., Brooklyn, NY 11211 Average Cost: $47,000 Brooklyn Winery is the ideal venue for any bride looking for a countryside wedding in New York City. They provide a romantic, sophisticated setting with a fully functioning winery. Averaging at about $300 a person during peak season and no facility fee […]

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Bounces’ Salute to Broadway

No matter the show, whether it’s running now or just your favorite, Bounce will bring Broadway to you! Classic vignettes featuring the most iconic songs performed by some of NY’s top talent. Bounce will reproduce any Broadway show in authentic costuming and can perform multiple shows in a single evening. Contact a bounce representative to ask about our […]

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Bounce’s Top 5 Earth Day Songs

In honor of Earth Day on April 22nd, 2017 we have compiled a list of our top 5 Eco-friendly anthems. Earth Day is all about celebrating the planet that gives you the air you breathe, water you drink, and the food you eat. For years musicians have been writing songs to ask their listener to […]

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Chocolatt

Chocolatt is Bounce’s very own master of percussion. He is recognized as one of the world-renowned bucket drummers of the New York City streets and subway stations. But not only can Chocolatt rock the beat with his buckets he’s also a spectacular break dancer as well. “I just love to make them dance…” that’s how […]

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GaGa Slays The Super Bowl

The true winner of the biggest game in the NFL was not the New England Patriots but Lady Gaga. Her halftime performance had 117.5 million viewers, making it the second most viewed halftime show in Super Bowl history. After literally jumping into the stadium she performed eight of her most famous songs and finished with […]

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Jersey Boys Farewell

One of the biggest shows on Broadway says goodbye after a record-breaking 11 year run. On January 15, 2017 Jersey Boys will have it’s last show at the August Wilson Theater. Get your last minute tickets here Jersey Boys tells the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons rise to fame. They wrote their own […]

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Bounce’s New Latin Artist

Marcella Camargo has been present in the musical scene since she was 14 years old. Born an American but a Brazilian by heart, she deeply cherishes both countries and feels that both the USA and Brazil have influenced her as a musician. Her recent work consists of participating as a featured artist and lead vocal […]

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NYC Sledding

Whether its checking out the window displays at the department stores, building a snow man in the park, or ice skating at the rock, winter in New York City is a magical place. Let your inner child free, sledding in the best hills of NYC.   our top five:  1. Pilgrim Hill at Central Park […]

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