FAQ

- What is included in the lion dance performance?
The most requested type of performance is for wedding receptions.  A wedding performance typically lasts approximately 15 minutes, includes two to three lions, and the music ensemble (drum, gong, and cymbals).  Performances can be customized for each event as we have several types of options to choose from.

- Why consider the Immortals for your next engagement?
The Immortals have been exclusively hired in countless numbers of festivals, special events, celebrations, grand openings, television shows, movies, commercials, concerts, etc.  Please refer to our Portfolio page for an extensive list of past, current, and on-going performances.  Read what people had to say about our performances on our Testimonials page.

- When requesting a quote, please provide the following:
Date / Time
Location / Venue
Event ( wedding / grand opening / other)
Expected number of guests
Special requests

Even though we accept last minute bookings, we encourage advance notice (at least 2 months).  This will give us the ability to customize a special performance for your special occasion.  Please check our online Calendar for available dates.


We are interested in performing for those who expect the best, respect the lion dance tradition and culture, and enjoy being entertained.

Our lion dance team performs using the highest quality equipment.   We take great pride and care in keeping our lions and instruments in mint condition.

Our practices are held twice every week throughout the year.   Detailed and precise rehearsals are held before scheduled performances.

When planning your reception, the choice of entertainment will make or break your special event.  Here are some post-wedding statistics you may find interesting:



* After The Vows:
72% of all brides say they would have spent more time choosing their reception entertainment.
99% of brides say they would have spent more of their budget on entertainment.


During wedding planning, brides say their highest priority is their attire, followed by the reception site and caterer.  Reception entertainment is among the least of their priorities.  Within one week after their reception, 78% of brides say they would have made the entertainment their highest priority!

When asked, 81% of guests say the thing they remember most about a wedding is the entertainment.

Entertainment is 5% of your wedding budget, but more than TWICE as many guests will remember the entertainment more than anything else.

* These statistics were published in the St. Louis Bride & Groom Magazine (2003).
Sources include:  Simmons (2001);  USA Today (2002);  National Bridal Service (2001);  The Knot (2002);  Brides Magazine (2001).


- Is entertainment really that important?
"That's the one thing I hear from my friends after a wedding.  They wished they had more entertainment.  Everything else is not as important.  The cake, the dress, the decorations, the party favors, no one will remember.  But they will remember the entertainment and they will remember whether or not the food was good.  No one wants people to remember your wedding as being boring.  That's the worst."
             ...Elisa -married Jan 3, 2009