Kidbucks Game Show is a thrilling game show where randomly selected members of the audience, participate in wild and crazy games. The final winner enters the Kidbucks chamber and grabs as many “Kidbucks “ as possible, as they swirl about the chamber. Catch the fun, excitement and prizes
How the game is played
Nine contestants between the ages of three and fifteen are chosen from the audience
by a raffle system. The contestants are divided into three groups based on their size and physical ability. Each group of three contestants play wild and crazy games to determine a winner. The winner of each heat moves into the winners circle to await the final round and the runners up all receive a prize. In our total audience participation
round everyone in the audience can get in on the action! All the music, motion and mayhem make this show a blast!
When all three semi finalists have been determined , the final round is played.
In this round the semifinalists “spin to win” on the winners wheel. Age and size give no one an advantage. Only lady luck knows who will win this round! The one who spins the highest number is the grand champion and enters the money chamber where they have 30 seconds to grab as many Kidbucks as they can as they swirl about the chamber. The Kidbucks are redeemed for prizes based on the number of bucks collected. Additionally at the end of the show, one more ball from the raffle machine is drawn and the person that holding that ticket number wins a prize as well.
We bring all the props, games, prizes and sound system. You provide the audience, and we provide the fun.
If you have a LARGE EVENT or a multiple day event , We can come self contained with our own stage. We currently have 2 stages that are available for these types of events. Other acts and attractions may be presented on the stage as well, saving you big dollars on hiring a staging company! Ask for details!
For colleges and corporate events with teen and adult audiences, ask about our “Grab The Bucks Game show” . The games in this show are structured toward those with a more mature skill level and contestants have a chance at $500 cold hard CASH instead of Kidbucks that traded for a prize.