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8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Test your memory and join us for a online night of socializing, music and fun as we break open our music library and play a little game of Guess That Song with your favorite hits from the 1980’s!
How it works:
- Register and we will send you the log in info for our Zoom meeting.
- Once you log in Dave will be there to welcome you, introduce you to others and get the party started.
- Once everyone has logged in we will have 3 rounds of 10 music clips each. You will have 15 seconds to write your guess into the chat. The person with the most correct answers wins!
What type of music will we be playing? Mostly 80’s pop hits, u2, Bon Jovi, Pat Benetar, Kool and the Gang, Flock of Seagulls, Elton John, Genesis, Madonna, etc. We want to make it easy so it is more fun for everyone.
What do I need?
A device with a camera and microphone.
How do I participate?
When you register we will send you a code to join or Zoom meeting and all the information you will need to participate.
Can I attend alone?
Right now 99.9% of those participating attend alone.
How Many are expected?
Most of our virtual events have 10 to 20 participants unless otherwise specified.
Who participates in these?
The demographics of our online events are varied unless we have a specific criteria listed. For the most part there are all ages and ethnicities. Realistically, this should not matter to you. If there is an event that you would like to do, then do it! It is totally different than physically being stuck at something you are not enjoying. You can “click out” at any time. If you are unhappy with the experience we will refund your fee.
If you have a questions as to how many, gender balance or ages of those registered for a particular event email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 212-873-2256. We are committed to making sure that the event your register for is going to be great!
Pajamas & t-shirts are acceptable (just, please be wearing clothes!). Also we all realize that our beards are growing and our hair looks like hell. (Besides most computer cameras are not that clear anyway)