People from all walks of life much await Christmas. People cherish the opportunity to spend time alongside their loved ones. However, before everyone goes home to be with their families, they must celebrate with their colleagues.
If you’ve been flirting with this idea but have never gone through it, then now’s the best time to give it a go.
A successful holiday bash takes more planning than dangling a few string lights. It all rests on the shoulders of the entertainment program you have in store for your guests.
But rest assured. With the info we have for you in this article, we’re convinced you can kick off a one Christmas party that will bewilder your attendees. We got you covered.
1. A Main Stage Event
Everyone loves a party that goes on by itself, without predefined event programs or schedules. However, your event can become extraordinary if you fit into a central activity without making it seem forced.
Your guests might look forward to having their party headlined by a professional performer. To give you an idea of how such a show would pan out, we’d like to present you with Jonnie W.
Jonnie is a comedian who brings a musical twist into his stand-up shows. He’s a perfect addition to any party because of his infectious sense of humor and ability to get the audience pumped. The audience will enjoy every minute of his performance.
2. Festive Ballroom
There is a connection between the celebration of Christmas and lavish Gatsbyesque parties. These two concepts go together nicely, reminding people that no matter the situation, at least once a year, they can have a few indulgences.
To complement the whole ballroom aesthetic of your Christmas party, we recommend choosing the right music. We recommend going for something refined and sophisticated for these kinds of parties.
One band that fits this description is Nova Era – a classical music ensemble that plays a wide array of compositions from the 18th century but with a modern twist.
With them at your show, your guests will feel like they’re attending a party fit for royalty.
3. Dance Party
If you prefer something more animated, we recommend attending a dance party. For such an event, you’d give up on the regular Christmassy vibe and instead go for a more dance-hall aesthetic.
It’s imperative to have ample space in the middle of the event venue, where people can come together and engage in various dance routines.
To kick off their mood, we recommend hiring a dance band. We’re thinking of a band like To The 9s, a 12-piece from Jackson, MS. This group of veteran musicians has entertained audiences for decades, and they have the perfect formula to get people to hit the dance floor!
4. Holly Jolly Christmas
Singing is, without a doubt, an integral part of the holiday season. Christmas carols have been sung for centuries, and they’re still popular today is a clear sign that Christmas is tied to music.
Classic Christmas carols are only sometimes the best fit for an office party. Instead, genres like pop-rock and disco have the same feel-good attitude and have proven to be a perfect fit for such occasions.
If you want to bring this vibe to your Christmas party, the Nashvegas All-Stars band is your best candidate for such an experience.
They are a pop-rock band that is magical when performing live. Their stage presence and musicianship have an almost magnetic grip on the audience, inviting them to let go of their worries and vibe with the rest of the band.
5. Back in Time
Every decade has had its twist on Christmas.
Recently, there has been a wave of 80s nostalgia among audiences, and people have been aching to hear some tunes that defined the era. Even those not around to see it enjoy the aesthetics and atmosphere of the ’80s-themed Christmas.
In that case, a band to provide a great soundtrack needs to be added for you. We can recommend Lane Change; they are a party band from Phoenix, AZ, specializing in covers of popular songs from all decades of music.
Their versatility allows them to enact the atmosphere of your favorite musical decade. Specific to the 80s, they have a huge repertoire of glam, pop, and boogie, which your audience can jam to all night.
More Ideas for Your Christmas Party
We hope the suggestions we’ve given you in this article have ticked a few boxes on your planning checklist. If any of the featured performers have caught your attention, it’s the perfect chance for you to get in touch with them.
You can call us at (615) 283-0039, and we’ll be glad to get you into contact with the artist of your choosing!