Wall Running or Aerial Harness

Posted by: on April 11, 2014

Jumping HarnessWhat is Wall Running or Aerial Harness?

Aerial harness involves a performer in an acrobatic harness performing gravity-defying flips, cartwheels, and acrobatics against a wall or sturdy screen. Often used for product launches or interactive video performance, this act brings a dramatic wow-factor that leaves audiences excited and engaged.

What Does Wall Running or Aerial Harness Look Like?

What Does This Act Need to Perform?

This act requires a wall or very sturdy vertical performance surface (a heavy duty cyclorama, for example). There must also be a rigging point within three feet of the performance surface.

If a performance surface is not available, performers may also be hung in harnesses and dramatic costumes throughout the space as “living chandeliers”. Chain motors and/or the requisite rigging points are required for this.

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  • This act is flexible in length, depending on the needs of the client.
  • This act is easily customized to suit the needs of the event – music, video, costumes, length, and choreography may all be custom-created.
  • This act is suitable for ambient performance, with or without a performance surface.
  • You may select one performer, or use multiple artists!
  • This act is dynamic. It swings, spins, and can move up and down.
  • This act requires at least 10 feet to be safely performed in its entirety.
  • This act is appropriate for all audiences.
  • There are multiple costume choices for this act.

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