As a fun Rhode Island DJ, I get hired for all kinds of non-DJ type situations. Theses days, I am Trivia Host at T.G.I. Fridays in North Dartmouth, MA. This specific Pub Trivia Game is called Tunes On Tap, musically based game of questions, “Name That Tune” and a final bonus round that is interactive! The location is 455 State Rd, North Dartmouth, MA 02747 at 9:00.
Fun Rhode Island DJ as Trivia Host
A pub quiz is a quiz held in a public house. These events are also called quiz nights or trivia nights and may be held in other settings. Pub quizzes may attract customers to a pub who are not found there on other days. The pub quiz is a modern example of a pub game. Though different pub quizzes can cover a range of formats and topics, they have many features in common.
Pub quizzes (also known as live trivia, or table quizzes) are often weekly events and will have an advertised start time, most often in the evening.
While specific formats vary, most pub quizzes depend on answers being written in response to questions which may themselves be written or announced by a Trivia Host.
Generally someone (either one of the bar staff or the Trivia Host will come around with pens and quiz papers, which may contain questions or may just be blank sheets for writing the answers on. A mixture of both is common, in which case often only the blank sheet is to be handed in. Traditionally a member of the team hands the answers in for adjudication to the quiz master or to the next team along for marking when the answers are called.
Trivia nights are held throughout the United States, but are particularly popular in the St. Louis, Missouri metropolitan area, where upwards of 30 trivia nights occur on any given weekend. Urban Dictionary
On Wednesday nights in Fayetteville, N.C., groups of people gather at The Kickin’ Chicken for Team Trivia — a chance to hang out with friends, showcase knowledge of random facts, win some Chicken Bucks and even vie for an opportunity to go to the regional tournament in Raleigh. Pretty good entertainment for Hump Day!
Whether in London or Lexington, Sydney or San Francisco, it’s easy to find trivia nights (also known as quiz nights) at local bars and restaurants. These events are fun, popular and great for business.
Why’s that? Trivia night is more than just spending money on food and drinks. There’s the game aspect, which can draw a crowd on an otherwise slow night. And trivia night is a great way to create groups of regulars who will make it a recurring event on their social calendars. No one wants to let down their fellow team members so they’re more likely to come back than they would for an individual competition.
If a trivia night is just what your place needs, use these four questions to start making it happen.
- Who: Who’ll be the Trivia Host and where will you find contestants?
- What: What format of trivia should you use?
- When: What night is the best? Choose one that you can make a standing date.
- How: Should you plan it yourself or use one of the many companies that can create the event for a price?
Come out and play Tunes on Tap Trivia with your fun Rhode Island DJ every Thursday Night at 9:00!
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