“Princesses in the Park,” produced by Vaudeville Entertainment LLC, is gathering favorite princesses together for a family-friendly day of games, storytelling, and more.
A magical afternoon is coming to Mayor Carl T. Langford Park, a natural refuge in Downtown Orlando, on May 14, 2022, from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Families can play games, listen to stories told by the princesses, enjoy fairy hair makeovers, and take part in sing-alongs and dance parties during an afternoon hosted by children’s favorite princesses.
There are also paved trails to explore, an observation deck, and a kids’ playground shaded by oak trees.
Visitors are welcome to take as many photos and videos with the princesses as they like, to remember the first-ever “Princesses in the Park” event.
Mayor Carl T. Langford Park is dog friendly, and sweet treats will be available from Repicci’s Italian Ice.
The professional “royalty” in attendance is provided by Vaudeville Entertainment LLC, which specializes in supplying live entertainment for private events. Their current troupe includes hundreds of professional entertainers.
“I want to create an opportunity for kids to have an engaging and immersive experience playing games and telling stories with their favorite princesses, without having to stand in hot, hour-long lines for just 30 seconds of general, cookie cutter interactions,” said Roxanne LeBlanc, founding performer at Vaudeville Entertainment LLC.
“Plus, on a personal note,” she added, “nothing feels better than when you are all dressed up and a kid sees you for the first time. They light up like it’s Christmas morning, and you’re instantly best friends.”
Tickets for “Princesses in the Park” are $25 per child, and can be purchased via evenbright. Adult admission is free.
Mayor Carl T. Langford Park is located at 1808 East Central Boulevard in Orlando.