There are excellent ways to celebrate bachelor and bachelorette parties in Detroit. Whether you are in town for a pre-wedding party, or just want to spend some great time with your friends, hiring the best party bus is a great way to start.
Identify the number of guests you are having and what activities that you want to do along the way, or after spending time at the venues.
A limousine company will show a variety of coaches or buses with prices that may vary from the model, amenities, and hours of use so be aware of that. Make sure you ask for the quotes and contracts.
You may also want to check all the vehicles available. The more options you have, the better.
Hiring a party bus can be a bit expensive, so it’s important to plan it carefully. Map out all the locations where you want the bus to stop, such as sports clubs, restaurants, and comedy club. But the good thing about having a party bus when partying around Detroit is that nobody’s going to miss the fun. You won’t have to worry who’s driving, what to drink, or where to park.
Here are some great bachelor/bachelorette party ideas and why you should hire a party bus before your wedding or a friend’s wedding.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #1: Sporting Events
Arrange a bachelor party on the night of a big game: basketball, baseball, hockey or any sport that you guys have in common. You may want to experience cheering in a sporting event at the Comerica Park or Ford Field or even at the corner of a local sports bar like White Rhino to watch the Lions or Tigers game. And of course, it’s much better to include beers in your plans.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #2: Music Venues
For the women, concerts are way better than sports. You can check out the available shows at the Majestic Theater, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, The Fillmore, Magic Stick or Fox Theatre. You may also visit all of them in just one night by hiring a party bus to get you and your friends to those different locations.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #3: Comedy Bars
If it’s hard to separate the future groom and bride, there’s still a way to enjoy the night in a mixed group. You can visit the Go Comedy! Improv Theater to start heating up the night before the real party begins.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #4: Karaoke
You may stop by the Anchor Bar on a Friday night. They offer plenty of rooms. You can celebrate in their “hidden nook” where you can use the karaoke, pool tables, and dartboards so you and your friends can enjoy. Some party buses have LCD screens and sound systems that you can also use if you want to continue the fun on your way home or on your way to another venue.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #5: Games
If you like the idea of playing games on a bachelor/bachelorette party, there are certain places in Detroit that you and your friends will surely enjoy. You can include the Fowling Warehouse in the list.
If you haven’t heard about the “Fowling Game” or the football bowling pin game, this is something that you and your friends might want to try. You can win by knocking your opponent’s pins down. This is a great game for a large group people who wants to drink and play.
You may also want to drop by at Punch Bowl Social. They offer different games like bowling, ping-pong, video games, shuffle boards, foosball, darts, pool table and pinball machines. They even have a photo booth, if you won’t be bringing your smartphones. And they don’t run out of beers.
Bachelor/Bachelorette Party Idea #6: Disco
If you and your friends haven’t tried partying and dancing under the stars, there is a place for you on the rooftop of Detroit’s Music Hall. Visit 3Fifty Terrace.
You can watch the panoramic view of the city or dance around with the coolest jams while sightseeing. But if you want to disco exclusively, you may also do that inside the party bus while touring around the city.
In fact, it is possible to celebrate a bachelor/bachelorette party with a little of everything and proper planning. You can hit the local sporting event and then go to the comedy club. And if you have a couple of hours left, you’d still be able to play games and even do karaoke or disco inside the party bus on your way home.
You’d also be able to visit different destinations without worrying about safety, parking, and driving.
This post was written by John Guerrieri