Each year brings with it an assortment of holidays, parties, and events – St. Patrick's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas, just to name a few – and now is a great time to start planning to make all those parties a real success. We offer easy-to-use and affordable weekend audio and lighting rental packages that will make any party a truly great party. Need party ideas – here you go:
1. HOST A KARAOKE PARTY
Did you know that you really don’t need a special or specific audio system to jam along to your favorite songs? Today’s technology gives us a few options for karaoke-themed parties. With a computer, you log onto a Karaoke Channel (you can get about 48 hours of karaoke for less than $5.00) to access your songs and lyrics. Another option is to download a Karaoke App on your phone (you will also need to hook-up to your TV) or even stream some Karaokes songs for free on YouTube. To make this party a total success, rent one of our small or medium sound systems (the size will depend on the size of your room and audience). You may pick up the system on Friday and return the following Monday.
2. PERSONAL/PRIVATE PARTY
Want to host a Halloween house party and costume contest? Thinking of having a few friends and family over and you want to play some music off of your smart phone or tablet? We offer a variety of sound system packages that can meet your needs. If you don’t know what sound system will work best, no worries – just call us and tell us what type of party, how many guests you expect, and whether this will be an indoor or outdoor event and one of our sound engineers can give you a recommendation. If you want to add a bit extra to your holiday party, we also have smoke machines and dance-floor-lights to add a bit more extra “oomph” to your party.
3. MOVIE PARTY
Every winter we sit down in front of our TV, invite a few guests over, pop some popcorn, and watch holiday movies in our basement. This year, why not set-up one of our short-throw rear projectors, screens, and sound systems to give it a real “movie theatre” experience.