Swing, summersault, and soar through the air on a trapeze with today's Groupon, $25 for a 90-minute trapeze class at Trapeze High (a $50 value). It's worth the 30-minute drive to Escondido to learn how to throw yourself off a platform 23 feet in the air and gracefully bounce butterflicticly through the heavens, performing spectacular acrobatic maneuvers. Learning trapeze tricks is an once-in-a-lifetime experience, and it's plenty of fun. Frequent trapeze binges are the reason Cirque du Soleil performers look so happy.
Anar Party Rental supplies everything necessary for indoor and outdoor events, from elegant chiavari ballroom chairs to PA systems. Candelabras, dinnerware, and fine linens adorn tabletops, while canopies and portable red carpets extend decor to floors, ceilings, and walls. Supplies can be shipped to and from events, thanks to company owner Anar and his crew of reliable drivers.
There are many important questions to ask before hosting a party: where will the guests sit? Do I need a tent? Is karaoke an appropriate choice for a wake? Platinum Party Rents quells such questions with its expansive catalog of rental equipment. Intimate get-togethers benefit from fine linens, tableware, and strands of lights, and larger soirees convene under expansive tents, complete with dance floors and event stages. The suppliers also stock less obvious items, such as fans, pyramid heaters, and fire pits for forging wedding rings just before the ceremony.
Founded by a triumvirate of rockers, Delirious Records bolsters budding stars' musical aspirations in a modern recording studio outfitted with top industry equipment helmed by professional engineers. Artists of any stripe lay down tracks like John Henry recording his first monster ballad, and Logic Pro 9 and Pro Tools 9 software suites filter out pops and hisses, clear up muffled voices, and itch scratchy riffs during the session. The studio's soundproof room, built by the same tech crew that fashioned Slash's Malibu studio, entraps melodies and repels outside distractions for a pristine soundscape. While bands thrash their strings, unleash thunderous drumrolls, and plead with accordions to sit quietly in the corner, a Delirious Records sound engineer captures every note and beat, developing each into a crystal-clear track.