Whether it’s in the restaurants, bars or clubs you go to, music will play an integral role in your hen party. However, for the ardent music lovers of you that may just not be enough!
If you are passionate about music whether it’s hearing it or singing it, then you may want to fully incorporate it into your party plans by choosing a music based hen activity. There’s plenty to choose from but here are some of our favourites and most popular…
Whether you you need to take online singing lessons beforehand or not, a karaoke session is surprisingly rewarding. Hire your own private karaoke booth to really get the most fun out of the experience and save yourself from any potential stage fright! With your own booth and waiter to bring you drinks, you can sing your heart out to your favourite tunes with your good friends – guaranteed fun and giggles!
Record a Song
Fancy yourselves as the next Rihanna or Pussycat Dolls? OK this may be a tad ambitious, but if you enjoy singing and between you all can hit a note or two, then this is a great group activity. The recording studio experience will make you and your friends feel like true pop stars, plus you’ll get a copy of the recording on CD for a very special lasting memory – one which you can then share with all who will listen!
Make a Music Video
If the dancing aspect of music is more your bag then why not make a pop video with your friends? Whether it’s Beyonce or the Rolling Stones, you’ll get to shake your booty to your favourite tune, with a professional choreographer and make-up artist to make you feel like true stars. It’s another great way of creating a lasting memory, and if you’re brave enough you could even play it at the wedding!
One of the most influential bands of all time, The Beatles can often be found in the CD collections of music lovers around the world, so what better way to celebrate music than on a hen weekend in Liverpool – the city where it all began? The Beatles Experience situated down the Albert Dock includes an impressive 4D presentation showing the origins of the band and how they transformed into the biggest boy band of all time. This is ideal since you can also combine it with a bus tour of the city which goes past all the famous sights – Penny Lane, Strawberry Field and The Cavern!
You may be a music lover but that doesn’t necessarily mean you want to sing or perform yourself. If you’d prefer to leave it to the experts, then watching a musical is the way to go as you’ll be able to sit back, relax and enjoy the experience. From classics such as Mamma Mia to more contemporary shows such as Legally Blonde, there’s plenty to choose from so you can be sure to find something to please the whole group.