"A Night At The Movies" - Play Songs From Movie Soundtracks At A Party or Event, While Guests "Dob" Off Squares On Their Bingo Cards For Lines And Prizes
Hey, Dusty here with the latest and greatest entertainment to hit the block since J-Lo discovered leggings.
"Movie Soundtracks 1" is an awesome addition to any night of entertainment. A good mix of movies new and old come together and get your group interested in engaging in solid Rock and R&B tunes for about an hour; all depending on how much of the songs you choose to play!
I, personally, host all my shows in a fairly fast-paced format. I like to play 60-90 seconds of songs, or all the way though the "meat" of the song, as I like to call it.
There are a couple different ways to go about playing the music playlists:
Stay tuned for the next installment of this fun game. You will find the first version of this Music dobOFF game in the fatcityentertainment.com Trivia Store
Like I said, this game lasts about an hour or less, depending on how deep you go. (That's what she said) So it would be a good idea to incorporate it along with another game or two at your event. If it's a Christmas Event, you could easily warm the group up with some light Christmas Party tunes, from the holiday game we have made. Then a little later on, try bringing out the Movie Soundtracks game. You could pick up a few DVD's to give away as prizes for the first Line "Bingo", then maybe 4 Corners... if you go all the way until Blackout, you can last a long time. (That's what he said? Or too far...)
You can get inventive when you go for your bingo's. So you think you could make a Christmas Tree out of the squares on the cards? I bet someone will try to convince you they have with some Charlie Brown looking thing, then you might have to tell them "no" on the microphone, and everyone will laugh at them. Maybe a fun idea for the president of the company, but not such a great idea for a little girl coming out of her shell. But you get the idea. Have fun with it! There are no rules in music bingo!
Did you like these tips? Go on and leave a comment below. I like to chat about new ideas, or hear about something you might have tried at your events.