At our signature events and festivals, students can meet peers from across the country, participate in clinics and competitions, and perform on national stages.
Bring the marching band to sunny Tampa Bay and take the field at the Outback Bowl Halftime Show on New Year's Day.
Live out your dreams of performing in New York City when you bring your school choir or musical theatre ensemble to our signature vocal event.
Be a part of history at the 2021 Presidential Inaguration! Our unique student performance trip includes Inaugural events and the Inauguration Music Festival for band, orchestra, and choir students.
Make the world your stage at the National Performing Arts Festival at Walt Disney World® Resort, a signature Brightspark Event designed for drama and theatre students.
For over 50 years, Brightspark has been helping educators and directors take their students on customized tours across the globe. From exploring the history of Washington, DC, to performing in Europe's culture capitals, our student tours are all about getting an interactive, hands-on experience — all while having tons of fun!
Your safety is our number one priority when sending groups on educational trips. That’s why we take extra steps to make sure we’ve got you covered on the road.
Your group deserves an ideal travel experience, so our team crafts custom itineraries tailored to your needs. If you can dream it, we can build it!
Tours should be hassle-free. From planning a unique trip to leading your group on the road, our team of travel experts will guide your every step.
Our Tour Consultants are not only travel experts, but also former educators who can relate directly to your specific needs and challenges.
The Brightspark team has planned inspiring tours for tens of thousands of student groups over the last five decades, developing strong relationships in each of our destinations.
Surprises can disrupt even the best-laid travel plans. Our RGP plan for domestic tours lets parents cancel a tour for any reason, and every penny spent on trip payments will be returned to them.