You will be amazed with never before seen basketball ballhandling tricks with three, four, five, and six basketballs. The Luneaus basketball family dribble, juggle and spin basketballs on a balance board, and using other props to music and dance. Volunteers get to spin 1, 2 and 5 basketballs at once, eat a pudding while a ball spins on a spoon, etc.
You can enjoy the show and at the same time hear a valuable message on setting goals, working hard, never giving up and leading a balanced life while achieving your dreams and enjoying every day.
Contact us today to schedule a show for your basketball half-time show, upward basketball awards night, school assembly, basketball camp, fundraiser, family fun night, mother daughter banquet, college event, corporate function, Christian outreach event, charity event, birthday party or any other occasion for great entertainment and an inspirational message!
"It All Starts With A Vision!"
Please visit the links on the left for more information about our shows and us. Contact us if you would like to receive a DVD with show highlights or a full show. We also perform just Basketball Entertainment Shows without the motivational message. And we can always adjust the motivational message to your specific needs. We will accommodate your institution's policies in regards to religious restrictions. We have performed at many public institutions with general character education messages.
Ilze is the only female basketball entertainer in the world dribbling 5 and 6 basketballs at the same time.
"Ilze is a true performer. Her positive family oriented messaging combined with her remarkable ball handling skills is a must see! Her unique skills, along with her daughters talents consistently leave the audience mesmerized and wanting more. The Luneaus have been a remarkable addition to the Hall of Fame's programming lineup!"
Director of Museum Sales and Operations Administration
Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
"Ilze succeeded in inspiring children and adults in a personal and practical way when she came to our Awards Night. Not only were her ball handling skills the best I've ever seen, but her message was one that has stayed fresh in my mind months afterward. Immediately from the beginning of her program she explained how her relationship with Jesus is the most important thing, and how she has discovered the necessity in depending on Him for everything, every day. Her actions and words encouraged us all to not give up even when things get difficult. Her presentation of the gospel was simple, yet not watered down. She was a pleasure to work with, and you too would benefit from bringing her to your group."
Seth Carter, Upward League Director and Youth Pastor at Wake Chapel Church in Fuquay-Varina, NC