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Logistics

Once our trampolines are pre-setup, it takes as little as 35 seconds to roll our trampolines into the performance area, unfold it, and begin our extreme trampoline show.

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COMMON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON SPACE, SOUND, ARRIVAL AND SET-UP, INTERMISSION SHOWS, AND STAFF

 

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ABOUT SPACE NEEDS
Footprint:
Single-Trampoline Shows:
20x30 feet.
Double-Trampoline Shows:
30x35 feet
Double-Trampoline Wall Shows:
30x35 feet
Double-Wall Triple-Trampoline Shows:
30x50 feet

Overhead: Our preferred minimum height is 25 feet. We have performed with as little as 20 feet, though skills may be limited. Please contact us if your overhead is less than 25 feet.

ABOUT SOUND
We can provide an 800-watt sound system but need a 20-amp electric outlet within 100' of performance area.

If you have on-site sound system available we’ll bring a CD or IPOD to be played. We’ll need a microphone to emcee. For sporting events (intermission shows) we usually provide a script for the announcer to read during our show, though in many cases we can emcee those shows if provided with a microphone.

Do you require special music? No but the music should have a moderate to fast beat. We provide our own music for most venues. Also, for some clients, we have provided music with no lyrics.

Can we work with live bands/DJs? Yes but we need to speak to you and them to ensure our entertainment will be properly integrated.

ABOUT ARRIVAL AND SET UP
When do we arrive?
For conventional trampoline shows we like to arrive at least 1 to 2 hours before performance time and for sporting events 1 to 2 hours before game time. For trampoline wall shows we like to arrive 2 to 4 hours before performance time or game time. For corporate events we often arrive the night before the event.

Do we bring lighting? No but reasonably lit indoor areas and outdoor daylight conditions are fine. Spotlights may need adjusting to avoid glare if interfering with athlete’s vision.

How do we get the trampolines into a facility? We easily enter through conventional loading ramps or doorways at least 36" wide. Our trampolines and walls fold and roll on wheels (dimensions 32-36’ wide, 11-12.3' long, and 78” - 90" high). We avoid using stairs. Please contact us if stairs are unavoidable for load-in.

What do we need to do to set up? The type of show determines how we set-up. Some shows, including intermission shows require quick on/off and setup/breakdown, whereas other shows do not require fast setup.

Intermission show pre-set up: We pre-set up the trampoline(s) and if applicable our wall. We then place our props (snowboards, skis, etc.) inside the trampoline(s) before folding it up. Pre-set up takes 15 to 30 minutes for trampolines and if the wall is involved, we allow 60 minutes for pre-setup. We pre-set up away from the performance area in a 15’ X 20’ space, though more space if preferred for trampoline wall shows. We allow extra time for load in and the pre-setup process.

Intermission show performance set-up: We roll the folded trampoline(s) and if applicable, our wall out to the performance area, quickly unfold the trampolines and power up the wall before starting the show. The wall powers up in 23 seconds. The wall sets up simultaneously with the trampolines.


Other shows not involving fast setup:
We generally set up in 15 to 60 minutes. We generally set up in the performance area, although this is not necessary. We allow extra time for load in and setup. It is possible to move our trampolines and wall out of the way in between performances but we need to know about this in advance to plan for this.

Do you require food and water? We have limited ability to supply ourselves with ample water, so please provide us with plenty of water. We generally will provide our own food, but if you require us to be on site for more than 4 hours and we will not have easy access to food, we ask you to provide us with food.

What are your parking and load in requirements? We generally arrive with a pickup truck and an enclosed utility trailer (20 feet long, 8.5 feet wide, 10.6 feet tall). Occasionally, a set of athletes may also arrive in a second car. We need to load in within a reasonable distance from our performance area. We need you to provide parking for our truck and trailer. We need to park reasonably close to our performance area and have easy access to our truck and trailer to load out when our performance is finished. Normally, we will begin break down and load out after our performance. For intermission shows, we are usually loaded out well before the end of the game. Breakdown load out is usually faster than setup and load in. With fairs and festivals, campus and community events, we can usually load out with out disrupting the event after our last performance. We are occasionally asked to wait to break down—please discuss this with us in advance so we can plan on a proper exit strategy that may affect our lodging arrangements and flights (if applicable). For corporate events we are frequently asked to avoid breakdown until the event is over.

ABOUT INTERMISSION SHOWS
How much time is needed to roll trampolines/wall on and off the floor and do setup and breakdown?
Trampoline Shows: Our trampoline(s) are pre-set up so it takes 35 to 60 seconds to roll our trampoline(s) onto the performance area, set up, and begin our extreme trampoline show. Breakdown and exit takes about the same amount of time. We prefer to allow a total of 2 minutes for ingress/egress, but can plan for shorter ingress/egress times. 6 to 7 minutes allows for a 4 to 5 minute show. We have done a great 2-minute show for NHL teams in 3.5 minutes. NHL games require additional planning due to tight time constraints so contact us if this is the case.

Trampoline/wall shows: Our wall and two trampolines set up in 75 seconds, though we allow 90 seconds. (The wall is powered up in 23 seconds by a battery and is set up simultaneously with the trampolines). After performing, we fold up the trampoline, power the wall down and roll the equipment out of the way (breakdown/exit takes about 75 seconds). We allow a total of 3 minutes for ingress/egress for our wall and trampolines. 6 to 7 minutes of intermission time allows for an explosive 3 to 4 minute wall show. The minimum intermission interval we recommend for trampoline/wall shows 5 minutes, which allows for an amazing 2.5-minute show.

Can we adjust our show time to accommodate last minute changes? Yes we customize our shows to fill your available intermission time and we can also adjust the show length “on the fly” to accommodate last second timing changes. Please let us know in advance if this is likely.

Do the trampolines leave marks on the floor? No the legs of the trampoline/wall are wrapped with non-marking rubber/cloth material that rest on the floor.

NHL: The only logistical difference for a hockey game is the ice surface and shorter intermission time requirements. Both ends of our trampoline should rest on a rug/carpet (most hockey arenas use some type of carpet that limits slipping on the ice surface). We strongly prefer one rug that is a minimum size of 15' x 15' (it can be larger). We can work with three smaller rugs -10' x 2' (two for the ends of the trampoline and the third for the athletes to get on and off the trampoline during the performance)

NFL: The main logistical difference for football games is that we do not usually roll anything onto the field. The trampolines and wall are easily carried out onto the field. We ask your staff to carry out the trampolines. We recommend 6 men for each trampoline. We will carry out the wall. The setup for NFL games is quicker since the trampolines are carried out unfolded. Trampolines take about 15 seconds. Because we have significantly streamlined our power wall setup in 2011, the entire process of powering up the wall and setting up the trampolines takes about 35-40 seconds. Breakdown is slightly faster.

Do you need to warm up for intermission shows? For trampoline shows we usually prefer not to warm up. On occasion we will ask for a warm up in advance, but this is rare. For trampoline/wall shows we generally prefer a warm up, though this is not necessary. The choreography in a wall show is tighter, so a warm up helps to make your show better. Since many arenas have limited height back stage, we try to warm up on the court or field.

Are the trampolines heavy and walls heavy? No they weigh approximately 350-450 lbs and the weight is evenly distributed on the legs.

ABOUT STAFF
How many people are on your staff? Intermission Shows:
Usually there are three people for a single-trampoline shows (2 athletes, 1 staff/emcee). We have staffed single trampoline shows with just 2 athletes when a script is read by your announcer. Usually we have a staff an assistant who may help with the setup and transport our equipment. A double-trampoline show includes 3-4 athletes and possibly a staff person/emcee. Trampoline wall shows are staffed with 4 athletes and 1-2 staff people for intermission shows.

Non-intermission Shows: For non-intermission shows the staffing requirements are similar, though it is possible to do trampoline wall shows with 3 athletes rather than 4.

ABOUT OUR TYPES OF SHOWS
What are the differences in your types of shows? All of our shows are great and have been performed at professional sports events and other major venues. All of our shows are extreme with big air, snowboards, skis and twisting triple flips. Below are the main elements in each type of show:

Single-Trampoline Shows: Performed by 2 athletes. Features snowboards, skis, ball, twisting triple flips, complex acrobatic routines, and heights of approximately 25 feet.

Double-Trampoline Shows: Performed by 3-4 athletes. Features snowboards, skis, ball, twisting triple flips, complex acrobatic routines, and heights of approximately 25 feet. Some synchronized performance.

Double-Trampoline Wall Shows: Performed by 3-4 athletes. Features snowboards, skis, ball, twisting triple flips, complex acrobatic routines, and heights of approximately 25 feet. Some synchronized performance. Amazing cirque-like wall running, flipping and twisting off the sides and tops of the wall.

Triple-Trampoline Double-Wall Shows: Performed by 6-8 athletes. Features snowboards, skis, ball, twisting triple flips, complex acrobatic routines, and heights of approximately 25 feet. Some synchronized two and three-way performance. Amazing cirque-like wall running, with flipping and twisting off the sides and tops of the wall. Crazy action between two walls.

 

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