Get everyone together for a fantastic evening of singing, dancing and quizzing, as we join a professional live band for some fun and games.
Streamed directly to attendees through your preferred video conferencing software, everyone will get a chance to answer questions and decipher musical puzzles in this exciting virtual music quiz. With a variety of rounds to play, everyone will be getting involved, as they compete against each other for victory.
With rounds including 'Play that Sax', 'Guitar Hero', 'Mash It Up', 'Guess the Intro' and 'Sing It Girl', this twist on the classic music quiz takes things to the next level.
Designed to get everyone engaged in a little healthy competition, it’s the perfect addition to a virtual conference or team meeting, or as a standalone reward and recognition event.
Our virtual Christmas party music quiz is just one of many fun activities we offer for Christmas parties. Whether you’re looking for virtual party ideas to reconnect and reward remote teams, or some in-person entertainment to get everyone back together after months of isolation, we’ve got a solution for everyone.
With our full event management services, we can take care of all aspects of planning your Christmas party, from creating invites and tech support, to event theming and full AV solutions. Our friendly team are on-hand to help from the offset, offering advice and support along the way.
Call the team today on 01827 215 200 to discuss your event requirements.
We put together a bespoke quote based on your event needs, delegate numbers and more. For a free, no obligation quote, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with our sales team.
Absolutely! Our Live Virtual Music Quiz is a great option for most group sizes, from 25 people to 250 plus.
Our fantastic live band will mix the rounds up, ensuring plenty of energy and variety to keep the party going. Rounds include song mash-ups, guess the intro and general knowledge questions, and will include songs from across the past 50 years.
'The inter-regional team work we have seen following the event has been great, especially with communication between individuals that would not normally have exposure to each other..'