Add some fun to your next event with Karaoke because everyone wants to be a star!
Over 17,000 individual karaoke tracks and growing and with that many tracks we don't offer books at karaoke events. Everyone has 24/7 access to our online karaoke database on our site. This makes it easy at every event. Our karaoke database is up to date and has hits from the 50s to current.
Don't worry, when your guests are not singing karaoke our professional DJs will play music in the gaps.
KARAOKE PACKAGE INCLUDES:
- Professional DJ
- Brand name sound system
- 3 wireless microphone
- 24/7 access to our online karaoke database
- 30" monitor for lyrics
KARAOKE PARTY IDEAS
Don't just rock your next party, be the rocker at your next party and invite your guests to do the same. Karaoke parties break the ice, create memorable moments, give you an excuse to wear costumes and release your inner rock star. Any of the following ideas offer you and your friends the chance to perform, to sing along and to enjoy the show.
Unless your guest list is full of 'life of the party' people, there might be some reluctance about participating in karaoke. Minimize the reluctance by giving the party a theme so guests have an idea about what to expect. Hype it up by encouraging attendees to dress according to the theme.
80s - From Olivia Newton John to Michael Jackson and Bon Jovi, eighties songs are popular again (or still). If you’d prefer another decade, plan accordingly. You could stay alive in the 70s, do the twist in the 50s or revive your favorite 90s boy band.
Beach mix - Combine your tiki and luau themed party with some Beach Boys tunes for your own surfin’ safari.
Show Tunes - For a more theatrical party, give your regards to Broadway by channeling your inner Idina or Neil Patrick.
Radio Disney - Involve the whole family by having a Disney themed party. Songs could include old movie favorites as well as Disney channel stars like Hannah Montana or the Jonas Brothers.
Jock Jams - For sports lovers in the group, transform karaoke into a pep rally by including Jock Jams favorites like Hit Me With Your Best Shot or Black and Yellow.
For a themed party, decorate according to the theme. For a more generic karaoke party, think about microphones, disco balls or even a stage with a spotlight. It’s karaoke, so nobody is a professional. The props can be toys and be effective decorations to create an environment of fun and silliness.
Using any of the above themes or an awards show theme like the Grammys or American Idol will motivate your guests to participate by making the event a competition and awarding prizes. To prevent stage fright and forfeitures in the form of no-shows present the categories in the invitation. Include some of the following:
Best theme-related costume
Best showmanship (choreography, etc.)
Performer who looks most like an actual rock star
Best group performance
Best individual performance
Most fun to watch
Least likely to be approved by Simon Cowell
The person nobody thought would actually karaoke who proved everybody wrong
Most likely to be in a musical
Prizes could be certificates, thrift store trophies or iTunes gift cards. If you want to make this an annual party and get serious about the prize, make the grand prize a golden microphone that has to be returned every year like the Stanley Cup. To make the golden microphone, use an old microphone and some spray paint.
Above all, remind guests that it’s not an audition; it’s a party. Cut loose and have some fun!
Go ahead and take a stab at Uptown Funk below. Enjoy and we'll see you soon.