karaoke games for your great party and event. You simply can not go wrong with having a great theme to your party.
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What fun you can have with the fun party game. You can hire a Karaoke machine yourself and set it up in a prominent position in your house or a chosen venue. Make sure you have a DJ or MC who will keep the action going, from enticing reluctant singers up to thwarting those who seem a little too happy and may be off key. But at least people are having fun.
You could hire a Karaoke expert who has their own equipment and they set up themselves and take the night over with little effort from yourself, apart of course if you are singing.
There are already designated Karaoke spots which you can hire and make yours for the night. Imagine hiring a room with a large screen, microphones and chairs, exclusive for your party guests. Listen to the magic unfold.
Scary-Oke karaoke game
This is a fun activity where guests choose a song which they know is difficult to sing and put these names into a hat. All other guests take out a song from the hat and that is what they will sing as their chosen scary oke song. This is a fun game/activity to play with performers who can already sing, have watch them be unsure of certain notes and phrases.
Time Period game
Exactly what is says basically your party will have a theme such as 70’s, 60’s or any other time period. There should be a line up of songs to choose from that particular time period.
Horror Night Karaoke game
Singers sing a range of songs which come from well known scary movies, or Television programs such as from the Munsters,
Musical Theatre Karaoke game
Guest dress up as a character from a Musical Production, show or television program and sing songs from them. Examples are The Rocky Horror Picture Show, The Sound of Music, Grease, Hairspray or even The Wizard of OZ. This is a fun night out for guest who love Musical theatre.
Famous Movie Star Karaoke game
As the title says, have your guests dress up as their favorite movie star and they must sing a song which they are famous for. Think Marilyn Monroe, The kids from Glee, Gwenith Paltrow, Christina Applegate, Hue Jackman from Les Mis
The Top Karaoke Songs of all Time
Waterloo, performed by Abba, written by Benny Andersson & Bjoern Ulvaeus
Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen, Freddie Mercury
My Way, Frank Sinatra, Claude Francois & Jacques Revaux / Paul Anka
Like a Virgin, Madonna, Billy Steinberg & Kelly Thomas
It’s Raining Men, Weather Girls, Paul Jabara & Paul Shaffer
Summer Nights, Olivia Newton John & John Travolta, Jim Jacobs & Casey Warren
I Should Be So Lucky, Kylie Minogue, Mike Stock, Matt Aitken & Peter Waterman
Don’t Go Breaking My Heart, Elton John & Kiki Dee, Elton John & Bernie Taupin
Sweet Caroline, Neil Diamond, Neil Diamond
American Pie, Don MacLean, Don MacLean
Livin’ La Vida Loca, Ricky Martin, Draco Rosa & Desmond Child
Livin’ on a Prayer, Bon Jovi, Jon Bon Jovi
Killing Me Softly, Roberta Flack, Charles Fox & Norman Grimble
Hey Jude, The Beatles, John Lennon & Paul McCartney
Don’t Stop Me Now, Queen, Freddie Mercury
(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction, Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger & Keith Richards
Delilah, Tom Jones, Barry Mason & Les Reed
New York, New York, Liza Minnelli/ Frank Sinatra, Fred Ebb & John Kander
Total Eclipse of the Heart, Bonnie Tyler, Jim Steinman
I’m a Believer, Monkees, Neil Diamond
I Will Survive, Gloria Gaynor, Frederick Perren & Dino Fekaris
Dancing Queen, Abba, Benny Andersson & Bjoern Ulvaeus
Angels, Robbie Williams, Robbie Williams & Guy Chambers
Love Shack, B-52s, Catherine Pierson, Fred Schneider, J Strickland, Cynthia Wilson
River Deep Mountain High, Ike and Tina Turner, Phil Spector, Jeff Barry, Ellie Greenwich