It is important to be clear on the rules before you start playing music bingo.
First, you need to decide whether you will announce which songs/artists will be played or whether the participants will have to find out for themselves. Some choose to play a part of the song, and then announce the song that was played, while others choose that the players must manage on their own.
Another fun way to do it is for the players to help each other, and that way you get an activity that involves the guests in a great way.
When it comes to how the players wins, there are differences from the various games:
Music Bingo 90:
Here you get your first bingo when you have 5 of the numbers in a row. Second bingo is when you have 2 rows of 5 numbers in the same ticket, and third bingo is when you have all the numbers in one ticket – i.e. 3 rows of numbers.
Music Bingo 60:
Here you get your first bingo when you have 5 of the songs in a row. Second bingo is when you have 2 rows of 5 songs in the same box, and third bingo is when you have all the songs in one box – i.e. 3 rows of songs.
Music Bingo 75:
This can be played in many ways, you can start with bingo when you have a row of songs (remember that the middle row is a wildcard). You can then build on with 2 lines and so on until you have a full board.
It is also possible to play with having a vertical column and so on.
Some also choose to make a pattern. For example, a cross.
Examples for playing Music Bingo 75:
Music Bingo 30:
In music bingo 30 the player who first manages to tick off all 9 songs in one of the four squares wins (digital bingo boards only have two squares).
Example of Music Bingo 30:
Music Bingo 30 Quiz:
In Music Bingo 30 Quiz there are two music bingo games in one. The boards are divided in two, and on one half you will find the song/artist and on the other half you will find answers to quiz questions.
So here you can run bingo on both parts, i.e. someone has 9 ticks on the music part and 9 ticks on the quiz part.