We all have them! Crazy karaoke stories and if you don't, no worries, there's still plenty of time.


I learned a lesson on my 21st birthday, don't announce that you can barely read the words due to such strong drinks, it's an easy way for you to get cut off from not only drinking but also the mic! Side note, if you plan on drinking that much, no shame, just get yourself a ride home or call an Uber. Totally worth it!

Karaoke Ideas

Karaoke is a fantastic ice breaker for work Christmas Parties or birthdays. While I lived in Hawaii, you could rent out karaoke rooms and bring your own drinks. The first experience making a Spodi, a bunch of hard liquors mixed with fruit juice and real fruit, turned the evening into a blur. It was delicious and so much fun!

If it's your first time going a great way to break the ice is nominating your friends so no one has any idea what song they are about to sing!

What About That Mic?

There are plenty of places in the Yakima Valley to test out your pipes but I was curious if anyone is using a mic sanitizer? We use one in the studio because we're sharing, or would you even go as far as bringing your own mic cover? To each their own but this is what you came for.

Yakima Valley Karaoke Spots

Drink 'N Games Arcade Bar - Wednesday - Saturday they featuring karaoke from 8 pm until doors close. They are located at 509 West Yakima Ave 98902

The Warehouse Sports Bar and Grill - Karaoke on Friday and Saturday nights starting at 9 pm. Located at 402 S 11th Ave, Yakima, WA 98902

Sports Center of Yakima - Thursday nights starting at 8 pm. They are located at 214 E Yakima Ave, Yakima, WA 98901

Old Town Pump Saloon - *SUSPENDED for the next three weeks Located at 3716 Main St, Union Gap, WA 98903

Game and Grog -  Unsure of the time, they open at 5 pm and stay open until 2 am Tuesday - Saturday located at 118 S 1st St, Yakima, WA 98901

The Lotus Room - Located behind The Golden Wheel at 9 S 1st St, Yakima, WA 98901. I'd call first, they are currently closed due to Covid-19

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