On Saturday, Nov. 3 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. the Elsberry Page Branch Park Committee will be hosting Rock and Roll Bingo.
Rock and Roll Bingo is more interactive than karaoke, and certainly cheaper than live bands. It is also unique.
Rock and Roll Bingo offers the crowd involvement of a Trivia Contest, but challenges players in a completely different way. Instead of answering trivia questions, players must be able to identify the artists played to be able to mark off their bingo card. (Don’t worry, cell phones/tablets are allowed to help those that might need it)
Rock and Roll Bingo incorporates a wide variety of musical artists, song clips, and game show elements to create a memorable time.
Each Rock and Roll Bingo event consists of multiple games, and anyone can play.
Each game features various musical genres, including Oldies, Disco, Country, Hip Hop and Pop.
Artists included range from Frank Sinatra to Taylor Swift.
A series of song clips are played, ranging in length from 15 to 20 seconds.
The first person with a bingo (five in a row) wins a prize.
The addition of music adds an interesting twist to the game, as players must identify the artists played.
Each game is approximately 10-15 minutes, with up to 8 full games and a Cover-All played per night.
Cost to play is $20 per set of 12 cards. Additional cards available for purchase. Make it a party and get seven of your friends and reserve at table of eight.
For tickets contact a member of the Page Branch Park Committee: Amy Lowe, JoAnn Cordsiemon, Sarah Hunt, Kimber Cordsiemon, Curtissa Kerr-Hunter, Angie Toland or Michael Short. Or you can purchase tickets at Elsberry City Hall, The Elsberry Democrat, Peoples Bank and Trust and the Joseph R. Palmer Family Memorial Library or you can purchase at the door.
Rock and Roll Bingo will take place at the Elsberry Community Center at 105 South Third Street in Elsberry.
Members of the Elsberry Centennial United Methodist Church will be selling walking tacos, water and soda.
This Fundraiser Will Help With The Process of Getting a Splash Pad at Page Branch Park for the Community as well as upcoming projects.