At KC Party Ride, we know that May is a big month for concerts – this month alone we have the Steve Miller Band, Josh Turner, The Who, New Kids on the Block with Nelly and TLC, and Willie Nelson coming to town! Concerts are always a fun time, whether you’re 18 or 70 – but it’s not always safe, especially if you (or others) party a little too much and have a few too many drinks.
When the concert’s over, it doesn’t mean it’s time to go home. With our Kansas City party bus rental, you can take the party on the road and enjoy the evening a little later into the night. Depending on which of our fleet you and your party choose, you can enjoy laser lights, amazing sound systems, dancer floors, dance poles, a CD player, blacked out windows so you can party in private, and more. Why stop enjoying the music or dancing just because the concert has come to an end?
Younger folks going to the New Kids on the Block concert with Nelly and TLC may enjoy a party bus that allows smoking and partying, although we do not supply alcohol and are not responsible for those who drink on the buses. Perhaps the most important reason to rent a party bus on concert night is that you won’t have to worry about driving home after the concert if you’ve had a few too many beers, preventing you from possibly getting a DUI while putting others’ lives at risk.
Are you a baby boomer looking forward to Deck and Willie Nelson? No doubt those in their 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s (and perhaps a few of the younger generation) are highly anticipating this concert. Why fight traffic, when you can enjoy dancing, listening to music over a great sound system, or just relaxing on the way to and from the concert? No need to drive, or navigate your way home when you can relax and listen to the genre of music you and your friends like most on our CD players. If you smoke, go right ahead! If you’re wound up and inclined to practice on the dance poles, you’ll be in great company with your own private party.
At KC Party Ride, most of our buses have a capacity of 40 to 45 people, so you and your family, friends, or co-workers can party like it’s 1999 before or after the concert – and split the cost! Compared to everyone driving separately and the dangers of intoxicated drivers being out on the roads on concert night, it’s a safe and fun alternative. Concerts typically last for three or four hours, but now you can party well into the wee hours of the morning after the concert is over.
Want to have a great time and not worry about driving in heavy traffic or the possible implications of getting behind the wheel after imbibing in just a bit too much adult beverage? Give KC Party Ride a call today!