Are you tired of the same old boring events? Do you want to add some excitement and entertainment to your next party or gathering?
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Here are 10 creative ways to use Music Bingo and Trivia games at your next event:
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What is Music Bingo?
Music bingo is a fun and interactive game that combines the excitement of bingo with the enjoyment of music. Instead of using traditional bingo numbers on the bingo cards, each square on the card contains the name of a popular song, artist, or music genre. A bingo caller plays short clips of songs, and players mark off the corresponding squares on their cards.
The first player to complete a specific pattern on their bingo card, such as a straight line, diagonal, or full house, calls out "bingo" and wins a prize. The game can be played with any type of music, and can be adapted to fit any age group or occasion. It's a great way to get people engaged and entertained at parties, events, or even in the classroom.
Who is Music Bingo fun for?
Music bingo can be fun for a wide range of people, regardless of age or musical preferences. It's a great activity for parties, events, or gatherings, as it can help to break the ice and get people socializing and interacting with each other.
Younger players may enjoy playing music bingo with popular songs from the charts, while older players may prefer classics from their own era. It can be a fun way to introduce people to new music, or to reminisce about old favorites.
Music bingo can also be adapted to suit different occasions and themes, such as holiday music, movie soundtracks, or even specific genres like jazz or country. It can be played in small or large groups, making it a versatile game that can be enjoyed by just a few friends or a whole crowd.
Overall, music bingo is a fun and inclusive activity that can bring people together and create a lively and entertaining atmosphere.
List the best 15 types of events that Music Bingo would be a good addition to.
Here are 15 types of events that music bingo would be a great addition to:
What types of Music Bingo games does the Fat City Entertainment Trivia Store offer?
As an AI language model, I do not have access to the specific information on Fat City Entertainment's current offerings. However, I can give you an idea of the types of music bingo games that are commonly available:
What are some good ideas for Music Bingo games that probably have never been created before?
As an AI language model, I do not have access to information on all existing music bingo games, but here are some ideas for unique music bingo games that you could consider:
From One to 10,000 Hours Our Freshest And Best New Music Bingo Category Is "Numbers"
Trivia Hosts, Rejoice.
And what is best? Our Fat City Hosts have actually been hard at work creating a new music bingo sensation.
What's better than a music bingo category dedicated to Numbers.
P.S. You're still my #1
Want to download and print crisp music bingo cards where all the squares are Numbers?
Let's take a look at the Top 10 songs in the music bingo numbers playlist
We start at number One, but with a quick hit of the "shuffle" play button, you will be on your way to a truly randomized music bingo! winner.
Where do we go next, well Song 2, of course!
Now, we had to think about whether FourFiveSeconds is still worthy of recognition after Kanye ate the same insanity ghost pepper that Homer Simpson ate on that one episode where he followed the path of the Johnny Cash - Space Coyote.
Let's talk about "Like A G6" by Far East Movement by the Cataracs, and Dev. That was something, right? I feel like that song was in Tropic Thunder. I'm not going to check... it would ruin the movie for me if I was wrong.
Let's skip to 3005 by Childish Gambino, because technically it's "Explicit" and I want to remind y'all that you should omit playing this song around children or sensitive people. Also, it's a banger, and if you don't love that Donald guy from Community, you're insane. Go eat a ghost pepper.
I'm running long here, but here is a link to the playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6dgnvVvfe5R8jVPx0yoXhm
Take a gander for yourself. But I want to ask you a question before I go... What do you think is the right call to play at a music bingo event here in the West, as most of our Hosts (but not all!) are in The USA and Canada:
99 Red Balloons - by Nena
Neunundneunzig Luftballons - Also by Nena
Please help us out by sharing your opinion in the comment section below.
Some apps are great. I'm not knocking apps, when there is a good reason for it. However, when it comes down to the best DIY Musical Bingo templates, I really do think an application is unnecessary.
Why try to get everyone at your event to download an app before play? That doesn't sound easy, right there. When you can just hand out a regular piece of paper, if you wanted to. I can guarantee that's what your guests would prefer.
Of course, regular white paper works, but it isn't very festive. Try getting colored paper first, it's usually close to the same price. Then, when you print the cards off your downloaded PDF files, they are perfectly fit on a regular piece of letter paper.
Make sure to choose the "landscape" print format setting. That's just a fancy word for horizontal printing. But when you use the cards downloaded from the Fat City Entertainment Trivia Store, that's the way you want to do it. Two cards will fit pretty much perfectly on a single sheet of 8.5" by 11" letter paper.
There is some space on the edges that suits nicely as a border. Some hosts prefer to cut the cards in half, and give each guests just the one card, and that's a great choice! Of course, the easiest way is just to give everyone 2 cards each. And yes, it's ok to trim off our www.fatcityentertainment.com promotions at the bottom of the sheet... that's why we put it there, so you have that option.
Our musical bingo card downloads can print up to 250 randomized cards each time, and you can select while printing exactly how many sheets you want to print. There should be little to no waste. If you end up having less people than expected show up to your event, no problem. Next time you are using those cards, make sure to save them, and begin printing the NEXT cards in sequence for the following event. That's right, our cards are good to use again and again. When you are printing the "range" of pages on the PDF file, you can choose the exact pages that print by typing in a range, such as, "51 - 100". Make sure not to print the same page twice, otherwise you could have duplicate winners, because each sheet is randomized differently.
Also, if you are worried about pollution and waste, which I very much am too, then you should appreciate that paper is one of the fastest biodegradable materials there is. Just check out this study on it.
We even make sure that the ink on each sheet is minimal so that your costs at a host are as efficient and inexpensive as possible.
I think one of the coolest things about music bingo events is that every host's gig is unique. From the amount of time they DJ a track, to what a winning bingo! looks like to them. Here's a secret hint for those of you who like to read deep into things: You can do 12 unique Bingos! on a single game or card. That's right 12 easy Bingos! and it's one of my favorite ways to host my shows. So what you do is, explain that "Every single line wins once". That means there are 5 Horizontal line winner, and 5 Vertical line winners, as well as, 2 Diagonal line winners.
That means, using one card and one game, you can have 12 unique winners. Make sure to keep track on a separate card of your own so you know which directions have already won. And if 12 winners seems like a lot for a single game, check out the toy section of your local dollar store for key chains and small nick knacks. Or my personal favorite for gifts, depending on your budget, is Five Below for nicer trinkets for your guests than simply the dollar store or a discount on your bar tab.
Do you have tips for us that makes your gig unique?? Please share with us in the comments below.