Whether you pick the 70s, 80s, 90s, 21st Century, or a little bit of everything, strike a chord with your competitive group and put their knowledge of their favorite tunes and artists to the test, with Virtual Name that Tune!
With state-of-the-art gaming and our engaging and interactive professional hosts, your group will experience a full participant, full engagement, interactive game show. All participants play the game on their apple or android device. With a mix of multiple-choice, true/false, and fill-in-the-blank trivia questions, the faster participants respond correctly, the more points they earn!
Our interactive host will welcome the group, and introduce the game, categories, and scoring. Players will choose a name that will appear on the scoreboard and the main screen when they are the fastest to answer. Then the group competes in rounds of music-related categories to earn as many points as possible.
Designed around the classic "Name that Tune", participants will watch video clips and be asked to identify the song, the band or artist, or perhaps to answer a trivia question or two based on the lyrics, the band, or the video itself. Clips ranging from ten to thirty seconds will give participants enough time to sing along to new tracks as well as old favorites, while genres include Rock (new and classic), Pop, Rap, Soul, Country, Blues, and even a little Broadway! And, you can customize your program to your group's favorite musical decade from the '70s to now, or let our music aficionados design the game for you!
In a fun and energetic battle, participants' knowledge of their favorite tunes and musicians will be tested. As participants attempt to be the quickest, we encourage the "excuse exchanges" that are inevitable. This banter between participants builds upon the game show feel and adds to the team camaraderie. Your group will laugh - and maybe even sing - their way through this high-energy event!
Check out our Holiday Game Shows for a fun and festive edition of this program!
We enjoyed the Virtual Game Show format. It was very organized. We did Virtual Name That Tune and had a really fun time. The best part was when we used Kahoot to arrange albums in the order in which they were released. College students from Adelphi University use Kahoot very frequently. We rated our Game Show Host a 5 out of 5 and would love another virtual Game Show to get us excited and switch up the platform.
I think everyone had a great time! Our Virtual Name That Tune game show was fun and students were very engaged throughout. The best part of the program was listening to our host Russ's funny anecdotes and stories. He was great and so was the program, we wouldn’t change a thing.