Colourful, plastic boomwhacker tubes are simple to use and create a fantastic visual and musical experience when played together in this energetic team icebreaker activity.
Co-operating in teams, each person receives their hollow boomwhacker, that makes a soft boom when whacked.
As the workshop progresses, delegates come to recognise the need for teamwork, energy and motivation as they work together to transform the rhythm of their boomwhacker tubes into lively, entertaining tunes.
Ideal for reinvigorating guests and encouraging engagement, the boomwhacker activity is facilitated by professional musicians to bring real energy and laughter to your event.
From smaller meetings to hundreds of delegates at conference events, the boomwhacker is ideal for creating a distinctive orchestra and memorable experience.
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