Prepare game cards with words that are common in songs, like, "rain," "stay" and "hand." (Or you can just buy the official board game version here.) Break the party into two team.
Create a song playlist and have one person control the music's starting and stopping (using a different song each time).If they guess right, they get a point; if they guess wrong, they lose a point.Whoever has the most points at the end of the game wins. Dress up to look good and when everyone arrives, break out one of these fun teenage party games. Your event will be way more fun if there's more to do than just stand around eating Cheetos and trying to think of things to say.They're a great way to make your party memorable and get everyone involved in the fun. Each group gets a roll of toilet paper and picks one person to be the "mummy." When the clock starts, all the teams have to wrap their mummy using the whole roll of toilet paper.