Jessica Barr and her husband Adam created Adventures Untold Entertainment – formerly Fairy Dust Entertainment – in 2015. The company provides entertainers for youth parties such as princesses and superheroes and has recently secured a new facility to host events.
Barr said she rebranded in 2020, shifting to a more gender-neutral and exciting name. They also added interactive performance options for older kids such as magicians, TikTok influencers, mad scientists, and more.
“When I created this company, I honestly had nothing more than a dreamer’s heart and impulse-driven decision,” Barr said. “I just saw an opportunity to turn a dream into reality while celebrating my girls, so I did it.”
The new venue is located on East 18th Street near Packages Plus and allows the company to offer monthly themed events for children and parents. Barr said it also affords them the opportunity to create full-service packages for clients when booking parties.
“Our new facility allows them to offer more magical experiences to the community and make them more attainable,” she said. “Children meeting their role models doesn’t have to feel so out of reach, nor does it need require a significant amount of money.”
When a client reserves a date and designates the characters, Adventures Untold handles the rest, including everything from invitations and cakes to decor, games, and photography. They also intend on adding retail at the new location, carrying high-quality princess attire for little ones and “magical makeover experiences.”
They are also hunting for new and talented customers to add to their cast.
“If you have a love for all things magical and want to feel the joy that comes from creating lifelong wholesome memories with our sweet clients, then please reach out to us,” Barr said.
For more information about Adventures Untold, visit their website here or search @adventuresuntoldent on Facebook and Instagram.
“The last 6 years have been so magical. As a company, we have been fortunate to have word of mouth work in our favor for the last six years,” Barr said. “It is definitely time for us to make our existence known to Owensboro on a more permanent path. It’s been a trying journey, but we are living in this make-believe world I have created, and it’s been more than I could’ve ever dreamed.”