Two volunteers are asked to hold a six-foot pole at each
end. We’ll then ask your guests to line up in front of the pole. When the music starts,
everyone must dance under the pole by arching their backs with their heads being the last thing to go
under. Contestants who bend forward or arch their necks will be “out.” There should be enough
space between the participants so that they do not bump into each other. After every participant
takes their turn, the bar will be lowered a little bit. We’ll see “how low they
can go.” You can have a single winner, a guy & girl winner, or a team winner (where both go
under the stick at the same time). Great for Luaus, 50’s,
60’s, or Beach Party themes.
Always an audience favorite, let your guest show off their magical (or not) voices. You can set
up the format for individuals, duets, or group (or mixed), and do it in the form ofevening
entertainment or a contest. If you choose a contest, keep everyone involved by
letting the audience judge the results. Be sure to award prizes for the
best in show, funniest, most ridiculous and the best act.
The most requested of all the contests, Name That Tune offers
everyone a chance to become one of the eight contestants who will vie to become tonight’s music trivia expert
in a 15-song elimination contest. We’ll play the first
few seconds of songs that most everyone knows. The first to raise
their hand and correctly identify the name of the song gets to join our group of
contestants. We play elimination songs until our two finalists square off to determine our musical
Music (songs & groups) trivia questions are asked to either the
audience or to selected players or teams. We’ll handle this
contest like we do in Name That Tune where we take eight players and go through an elimination
TV show and movie trivia questions make up this fun
contest. Do you remember who Little Ricky’s babysitter on “I Love Lucy” was, the name of the coffee
shop that the Seinfeld gang always met at, or the of the three judges on American Idol? This is a contest where
everyone can participate.
TV Theme Song
Let us see who remembers the old TV show theme songs as we relive our
childhood. Do you remember the difference between the Twilight Zone & Outer
Limits? How about the Six Million Dollar Man & the Bionic Woman? What about Taxi,
Streets of San Francisco, and Cheers? We have them
We’ll sit down and come up with brainteaser questions for your
company, group, or school. Company question
examples include: what year were you founded, how does your CEO like his coffee, how many employees do you
currently have, etc. For the school, birthday person, or your group, we work with you to make the questions
interesting and fun.
This contest is organized with trivia quizzes & pencils set up on
each of the guest tables. We use any theme you
want (sports, music, movies, television, current events, and more) to see who we will award our Cliff Clavin
This trivia contest is best played with four teams of five
players. Contestants will line up by teams. The first player on
each team will ring in as soon as they think they know the answer to a trivia question. If they are correct,
they go to the back of the team line. The other three
contestants sit down. This continues until there is only one team left with players standing. If the contestant
answers incorrectly, they take a seat and the player who rang in second place, gets the opportunity to answer
and so on. This is a quickly played contest that involves 20 players as well as the
audience. The topic of questions can be your choice, including the topics used in the contests listed
Pick your judges and let’s put everyone dressed in costume up for the
big vote. You can use many different categories depending on how many prizes you want to give
away. Be sure to use creative categories for more laughs.
Get into circular motion and bring plenty of laughs to your
event. We bring the funky neon hula hoops so your guests can indulge in centrifugal
force. Be sure to have a few categories (hooping the longest, most creative way of keeping it
“up,” best form, etc).
This can be for individuals or couples. You can feature
specific dances or can go with best dancers, most innovative, or anything else you can think
of. Our favorite theme is the “best dance scene look-a-like” (John Travolta in Stayin’ Alive,
Pulp Fiction’s John Travolta at Jack Rabbit Slims, or Michael Jackson in Thriller, Beat It or Billie
Jean). This is where you let your guests show off their creativity.
For the wannabe singers in the crowd, who will look like the real
deal? We’ll use the American Idol theme to judge this always-popular contest. See if you will be
known as the next Milli Vanilli or Ashlee Simpson.
For the rockers in the crowd, see who looks best playing “guitar
hero” without the guitar. Not for “wallflowers,”
this features some of the best rock music ever. Contestants will be
judged by the crowd and the two finalists will have an “Air Off.” Who will do Slash, Jimi
Hendrix, and the many other great guitarists proud?
Roll Star Show
We tune up the wacky inflatable electric guitars, saxes and
microphones as your guests jam to the greatest rock anthems ever! Your crowd will cheer
for the best licks with prizes for the team who gets the fans screaming the