Who’s ready for some CASINO KARAOKE and TRIVIA? Here is Karaoke and Trivia in New England Casinos.
Ok, you know who are! You’ll request the latest tune on the charts, or even something like “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey and wait for your turn so 20 minutes late you can dazzle (or not) an audience of friends and strangers. Well, there are places in New England Casinos that enable (oops) I mean encourage you to show your inner Katy Perry or Jason Mraz.
Origin of Karaoke
According to Let’s Karaoke, “The roots of the word “karaoke” are the Japanese words “kara” meaning “empty” and “okesutora” meaning “orchestra.” Therefore, the term refers to the absence of a live band or orchestra. Karaoke can be a sing-along for one or several amateurs, who try to mimic popular professional singers.
The first karaoke machine was invented in 1971 by a Japanese drummer, named Daisuke Inoue, who leased it out to amateur singers.Throughout the 1980s, musical technology and the advent of MTV allowed for the spread of karaoke across the globe.
Karaoke in New England Casinos
- Atrium Bar Lounge every Sunday & Tuesday nights.
- Wednesdays at The Scorpion Bar Karaoke at 10PM,
- Hard Rock Cafe – Acoustic Karaoke with Mark Beauchemin Wednesdays at 8 p.m.
Comix Roadhouse – #TBT Live Karaoke, Thursdays at 9:30
Karaoke with DJ Turk at The Lansdowne Pub, Thursdays, at 9:00pm
Trivia in New England Casinos
Ok, so you are not in the social singing thing – but trivia competition? Yes, you’re there!
Here are Trivia opportunities in New England’s Casinos to show how smart you are:
Hollywood Bangor, ME. – Hops House 99 Trivia Night every Thursday at 7:30, with drinks specials beginning at 7:00pm.
This update is a work in process. I suggest if you are interested in these activities, please go to casino websites themselves. Often new bars and restaurants add trivia and karaoke as the seasons change. But I hope this has pointed you in the right direction. Thanks for reading Casino Karaoke and Trivia in New England – Updated.
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