Just in time for the upcoming celebrations and festivities, Fat Bottom Trivia 3.2 - "St Patty's Day Special" has now been released.
With categories such as "It's Not Easy Being Green", "Name That Whiskey", and "Hot Potato!", this game is family friendly, but certainly more fun with a green pint in hand, and a mature audience. The difficulty is 3 out of 5 for a group of 10-100 people.
It Will Be Tempting To Turn The Extra Side-Games Into Drinking Challenges...
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It was a pleasure to be able to watch and film a full episode of Fat Bottom Trivia hosted by Brian and Chris Jones of "The Jones Zone". The brothers are realtors in Fort Mill, South Carolina, but they certainly have a knack as entertainers, as well.
To follow "The Jones Zone" on Facebook or for contact information, click here.
Watch a full episode of a new interactive "game show" right here!
The episode was perfect for Valentine's Day week, but with a mixed crowd of ages 6-60, the hosts did a spectacular job of playing to all audiences. One of the best features about utilizing the downloadable formatted games of Fat Bottom Trivia, if that all the hilarious cues are there. It then takes the subtle humour of a talented host to motivate the crowd to break out of their shell, and make a night to remember.
What a great venue for a trivia night event!
As members of the Loom Coworking studio in Fort Mill, the brothers have an excellent venue at their disposal. The reasonable rates of Loom, combined with the immaculate decor and productivity areas, makes for a fun venue for games nights. I highly recommend checking out this location if you are in the market for a new work area for your small business.
For more information of Loom Coworking, click here.
In anticipation of our podcast launch, we want to offer you a quick introduction to what we will be discussing on air. In addition to speaking with Fat Bottom Trivia Game Show hosts, we want to invite all trivia and game hosts to speak about tips & tricks, as well as to motivate each other. Let's promote better entertainment across the board!
New Podcast A Friendly Place For Experienced Hosts To Discuss New Techniques & Technologies
Dusty Ramsbottom interviews Dennis Curran from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His recent casino event charged $20/ head, and sets a new precedent for the scope of downloadable trivia "game shows"
Watch as they discuss the game format, working with the venue, and tips for new performers. Please comment below, or on the youtube video with further tips, and to strengthen the trivia host community.
The Valentine's Day Fat Bottom Trivia Episode Is Now Available To Download In Time For Your February 14th Parties
In maintaining with our promise to you, we are launching many new and exciting new themed trivia games in 2017. One of the first additions to the new season is here and perfect for Valentine's Day. As always, the games are perfect for 3 to 10 teams, and up to 100 people!
Fat Bottom Trivia - "Lust & Love" Is On Sale Now
This new game is great for groups, and especially if you know there will be a nice mix of men, women and couples.
With categories like :"Famous Hook-ups" or "Show Me You Love Me", the episode was written to ensure maximum interactions at your next party.
Of course, this game is great for Valentine's, but there is no reason it wouldn't be a good idea to use for your trivia night any time of the year.
Pre-made Games Ready To Download And Present Instantly To Use At Your Next Trivia Night
All our games come with satisfaction guarantees, and if you are interested in hosting a weekly trivia night for your local pub quiz night, our host forums and resources are great ways to connect with other hosts from around the world to ensure you are using the most up-to-date strategies, and technologies. Make your Trivia Night one to remember.
For more information on Fat Bottom Trivia, click here.
To find music perfect for each games, follow the Spotify playlists located in the "Notes" section of you games episodes once downloaded.
Why I Started Watching Football Again After A 5 Year Hiatus - A Special "Thank You" To The NFL League And Its Players.
In my early 20s, I fell in love with the kooky characters of the Tampa Buccaneers...
…Not long after that, I was blessed to actually witness my team defeat the Oakland Raiders to claim Super Bowl XXXVII. With Brad Johnson as his QB, and too-many-other-great-characters-to-mentions-in-this-short-blog, Jon Gruden took down his former team, and made me proud to be a fan. Those were the good ol’ days, full of interesting characters, and attainable statistic records.
In the years following, despite a cornucopia of games, spectacular plays, and new players to join the league, something was lost for me. There seemed to be more hype than ever, and I continued to join my friends for fantasy football drafts. However, my season ending rank gradually dropped as my interest did. For an unknown reason, and for me at least, the game had lost its luster...
Fast-forward to 2016
This season had began relatively similar for me as it had in the several years past. There were minor excitements when I got to see my old friends that I really only meet with once a year at the Saturday draft, the week before the season officially kicks off.
I couldn’t help but notice the gathering has humbled quite a bit, and there were noticeably more wedding rings and mentions of new babies at home. I think these new concepts actually drove our typical humour in a new direction, and for the better. I must admit.
When it comes to the actual “watching” of the games, it can be quite a commitment over the course of the season. I have always appreciated the NFL more than other leagues for having a more modest 16 game schedule. Compared to 82 hockey games a year, or the seemingly endless baseball season, this is much more manageable with my schedule. Having most of the games are on Sundays like clockwork, is a thing of genius.
At the beginning of the season of the past few years, I would typically watch several games. However by week 2 or 3, I would alway seem to find a more more productive way to spend my Sundays. Before long, football was on the back of my mind, and without keeping up with the players, my fantasy team would be lacking. Before I knew it, I would be out of playoff contention to those much more dedicated than I.
Something happened during this NFL season...
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but for whatever reason, I craved that excitement that I used to hold so dearly., and I definitely believe that the current state of national and international politics has at least partly to do with it.
The more turmoil and uncertainty in the world, the more we need our comfort zones, and to know that there is stability somewhere around us. This year, I found my solace with the fun and energetic youths of the NFL. (Not you, Kaepernick)
For this, I want to thank the NFL and to thank those players who have worked so hard this year to offer us some much-needed relief.
The newest episode of Fat Bottom Trivia is now available!
Download your copy of of FBT 5.1 - "Halloween Special" here. The game is quickly downloaded to your desktop, then using Powerpoint, you can present the game for friends, family, staff, or even at an entertainment venue.
Interactive media with images, videos, and fun trivia questions pre-made and ready to use
This game could be fun to use any time of year, however there is no doubt Halloween was in mind in its creation. "Spooky" trivia about your favorite holiday is a perfect addition to any celebration party, and takes about 1.5 hours if you are playing music along with it.
The Categories Are:
AWW - CAN YOU GUESS WHAT THESE CUTIES COSTUMES ARE SUPPOSED TO BE?
RIDDLE ME THIS - FUNNY RIDDLE AND JOKES ABOUT GHOSTS AND GOBLINS
GHOST STORIES - "REAL" TALES OF HAUNTINGS AROUND THE GLOBE
MOVIE MONSTERS - HOW WELL DO YOU KNOW SCARY MOVIES?
TREEHOUSE.... OF HORROR!! - TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE ON THE SIMPSONS "TREEHOUSE OF HORROR" TRIVIA
Fun For All Ages
This game is rated "FUN FOR ALL AGES" with a difficulty rating of 2/5
To download a copy click here
Here is complete instructions in how to create your own music trivia DJ night.
It's super easy to create and host for friends, family, co-workers, or even great for a bar event!
The great thing about a music bingo night is it can be casual or interactive, depending on how you want to host it.
And it is beyond easy to create. I'll tell you how!
Step 1: Print Off Bingo Sheets
Ok, maybe I got ahead of myself when I said it was free. But it's not far off. The first tiny expense is paper. I walked down to the UPS store and printed off 200 sheets (100 pages) for about ten bucks.
If you have your own printer, you are covered there.
Now, you can either use my sheets that I have made right here if you are beyond lazy..
200 Bingo Sheets For You Lovely Fans
Or.. you can be pro-active and create your own on this handy website here!!
Props to the creator, Chris!
Step 2: DJ Music Playlist On Spotify On Shuffle
Step 3: Pens are cheap, but 'dobbers' are better!
And actually, daubers are pretty cheap too!
Check it out... 12 Bingo Dobbers on Amazon for $15.95
When I ordered, they even gave me extra!
That's it. Easy. Fun. Interactive Entertainment.
Please comment below for bonus tips!
I want you all to know that we at Fat City are interested in creating awesome live events first and foremost.
If you are interested more in what we do, check out our awesome Trivia Game Shows for even for fun!
For many of us planning a Christmas party 4-5 months ahead is considered too early and a little hard to do, because of our busy work schedules. But people often ask how early should they start planning their Christmas parties? Is early Spring or the month of August too early to start thinking about having a perfect date to book the best Christmas party entertainment in town? Most employees and party organizers are busy planning Christmas parties throughout the year. If you are planning to book the best service and venue, it is high time to start your search from now.
It is important to book a perfect Christmas Party Entertainment on account of various reasons.
First of all, you have a variety of venue options to choose from. In order to make the party memorable, you would not want to compromise on anything and won’t like to leave out anything that will make your party the best of Christmas party of the year.
Planning to book a Christmas party entertainment service beforehand gives you the advantage of determining your budget. It will give you an insight on the scope of your party. Always remember that high-end venues are booked months before the actual event date. So if you are ahead of the main wave of Christmas bookings, not only will you get your hand on a perfect venue, you will be in a better negotiable place with your client, like catering, bands, DJ, etc.
Booking early will also give you the liberty of picking up the most suitable venue for you and your colleagues. While picking a date, always remember first two weeks with Fridays and Saturdays of December are most favorable time for everyone. The nearer the date of the event, the harder it is to book your desirable venue. This becomes even more difficult if you want to have your entertainment party on weekdays. Book up fast in December for Saturdays and save money on early bookings.
Most venues offer special packages in September and October. As the Christmas day gets closer prices skyrocket due to increased demand. This is the reason why they offer special discounts for early bookings them, and this includes entertainers and caterers as well.
It is essential to book your Christmas party entertainment way before so you can get time to focus on other essential things, like sending out invitations and planning everything systematically. Your entertainment event will turn out amazing when you send out invitations to your colleagues early. In the midst of the mad rush of planning, sending out invites in the last hour means plenty of people are not going to show up. This is because most people have their Christmas holidays booked in advance.
Live entertainment has the power to bring together a spectrum of people with a broad and varied range of cultures and ethnicities. It has the ability to enrich and promote community living.
Live entertainment has been growing around the world with festivals, cultural events, fairs that do not only bring people and communities together but gives a big boost to the economy.
"We are proud of those who support Live Entertainment"
Programs usually feature singers, music bands, stand up comedians, entertainers, educationists, public speakers, street performers, pub bands, buskers, and Trivia Game Shows. These live entertainment events are also packed with activities for people from fun games to music trivia, rides, art stalls to food stalls. Another main attraction of these events is its vibrant themes that attract people towards them. Because of their low cost, people belonging to all strata of society come and enjoy at these live entertainment events.
Presence of huge crowds of people under one roof not only helps the sponsors of the event, but also the community as a whole, by bringing them together.
For instance, a concert or an orchestral recital brings a wide range of audience together, united with their mutual appreciation for the recital or music. As they sing along and sway to the music. Whether it’s music, art, theatre or game shows, they all have the ability and power to bring people of all races, colors and regions together in their hearts, stimulate their senses by transcending the boundaries of their hearts and minds.
A recent example is of the World Orchestra for Peace in Abu Dhabi. Every year, the event brings together talent from 30 countries from the world of orchestra. They are selected regardless of their culture, region, religion and color, the only thing in common is their passion, talent and skill. This event connects people from around the world having a mutual love and appreciation for orchestra. Thus, live entertainment strengthens the community through its promotion and encourage of music and culture.
Countries around the world promote live entertainment events as they help people come together and have fun by participating in game shows, performances, competitions and much more.
Festival of Cultures is another live entertainment event that aims to bring people of different ethnicities together. Every year, more than eleven cultures from eleven different countries participate in this festival, including First Nations, India, Canada, Jamaica, Mexico, Ukraine, Thailand, Philippines, Serbia and United Kingdom. The event seeks to build a mutual understanding among people and their neighbors.
Raquel Salalia is the coordinator of the Festival of Cultures, who describes the event as a place to gather talented people from Yorkton and mingle with people from different cultures who have made Yorkton their home. “It is now very diverse. Yorkton, with its multiculturalism has become an adventure for people, who come across to enjoy the versatile food, delicacies, crafts and theatre.’’
The trend of live entertainment is here to stay because it helps in bringing together people of mutual interests, strengthens community and bring peace and harmony among communities.