Music-Themed Board Games

Music GamesThis is a comprehensive collection of board games based on music. These titles include music trivia games, music-themed versions of popular games such as Monopoly and Trivial Pursuit, and even party games that let you (or is that make you) sing along.

Music Games

  • American Idol - All Star ChallengeAmerican Idol - All Star Challenge
    Experience all the excitement of American Idol as you journey from Auditions, to Hollywood and onward to the Finals round of competition! With real television clips from the first four seasons, plus show questions and performance challenges, American Idol - All Star Challenge will transform your living room into the ultimate TV talent showdown! Test your Idol knowledge as you relive all the trials and tribulations, the victories and the heartbreaks that have made American Idol one of the hottest shows on television today.
  • Elvis DVD GameElvis DVD Game
    Pay a tribute to the King of Rock n' Roll! Recapture and relive the life of Elvis Presley as you collect artifacts to create the greatest moments in Rock n' Roll history! Featuring authentic video footage, images and photos of Elvis that will take you from the Gates of Graceland to Heartbreak Hotel and will leave you All Shook Up!
  • EncoreEncore
    Quick, think of a song with the word "love" in it, and sing at least six words of the song. Hurry, though -- the timer's running. You don't have to be able to carry a tune to play this game, but you do have to know a lot of songs and have a good memory. Encore is a great party game for all ages. Includes 96 cards with six clues each, game board, timer, die, three pawns and instructions. For two or more players or teams.
  • Fender Custom Shop Playing CardsFender Custom Shop Playing Cards
    This is a single poker-sized deck of playing cards featuring Fender's beautiful custom guitars and amps.Enjoy hours of fun playing cards with this amazing 52 image deck featuring guitars and amps from one of the world's leading manufacturers, Fender. Teles, Strats, Deluxe Amps ... they're all here in this officially poker-sized deck with a linen type finish.
  • For The Record: 50's, 60's & 70's EditionFor The Record: 50's, 60's & 70's Edition
    For anyone who's ever sipped a cocktail ringside at a Sidney Leibowitz and Eydie Gorme dinner show, or saw Diane Earle and the Supremes on American Bandstand, have we got a board game for you. For The Record takes a standard '50s-through-'70s, multiple-choice trivia game and adds a touch of reverb here, a funky wah-wah pedal there, with categories including the above represented Real Names, deceased rockers in Rock n' Roll Eternity and One Hit Wonders. Players or teams complete a tour around the tongue-in-cheek board as they answer music trivia from decades past. But be careful to not get sent to Disco Purgatory!
  • For The Record: 80's & 90's EditionFor The Record: 80's & 90's Edition
    For The Record 80's & 90's Edition covers everything from rap to reggae, alternative to country, pop to punk and more! It is more than just a totally cool game, it's a way to get friends and family to hang out and have a totally awesome time! The multiple choice format and clever board design (watch out for the mosh pit) make For The Record challenging enough for trivia buffs, yet equally fun for people who simply love music. So, put on your favorite tunes, grab your buds, break out For The Record and go back to what was your future!
  • i-List Music Party Gamei-List Music Party Game
    It's the fast-find song frenzy that pits your playlist against your friends' in a simultaneous music challenge for up to four players! Connect up to four MP3 players (not included), and let your fingers do the flyin' as you show what you know about your music collection. When you're done playing, use the console to play your favorite music! Plus, the console stores everything, making it easy for you to take this tune-tappin' song-matching game anywhere you go! Game console comes with cables, 60 cards and instructions.
  • Long Live RockLong Live Rock
    In Long Live Rock, players have one minute to arrange the three Rock and Roll Happenings on the cards they just drew in chronological order. If you have put the three events in correct order, you (or your team) get to advance; further, both you AND your opponents have the opportunity to gain an additional space if you can identify the actual year that the event occurred!
  • Monopoly Elvis 75th Anniversary Collector's EditionMonopoly Elvis 75th Anniversary Collector's Edition
    Get ready to rock 'n' roll with the King in this special 75th anniversary collectors edition of the Monopoly game. Celebrate Elvis' music and live performances as you buy, sell and trade his most memorable albums and concerts such as Blue Hawaii, G.I. Blues and the '68 Special. Recall Elvis' movie career with music from King Creole and Jailhouse Rock and don't pass GO without visiting Memphis and Las Vegas in an attempt to build your very own Elvis Empire.
  • Riff Music Trivia DVD GameRiff Music Trivia DVD Game
    Riff is the music trivia game that will rock your memories. We'll challenge your recall on groups, music videos, songs, lyrics, album covers, and more. From Grunge to Rap, Pop to Heavy Metal, Classic Rock to Alternative, Riff's got it all! Two teams compete through a series of puzzles, videos, and challenges to see who really is ready to face the music. Grab the remote, put the DVD in the player, and get the party started! For players in two teams, ages 12 and up.
  • Rock The BeatRock The Beat
    Boom-Boom Clap. Boom-Boom Clap. We all know this famous beat, so get ready to start clapping! In this outrageously funny party game, each player is given a unique hand symbol that they must watch out for. Everyone starts the beat and if an opponent makes your symbol instead of the clap in the beat, you must respond with your own symbol and then one of another player. It may sound easy, but wait until you're rockin' out with multiple symbols and laughing too hard to catch your opponents making yours!

    For 4 to 12 players, ages 10 and up.

    Contents: 40 playing cards and instructions.

  • The Game Of Life: Rock Star EditionThe Game Of Life: Rock Star Edition
    For those about to rock, we salute you! Experience life as a rock star - rising to fame, getting millions of fans, making loads of cash and retiring at the Rocker's Hall of Fame. Get on the Rock 'n Roll Highway and start your garage band, perform at the Red Roxy Amphitheater, get your first single on the radio and build fame and fortune. Live a rock star life, build your career, reach superstardom, become a Rock Star legend and retire at the Rocker's Hall of Fame!
  • Trivial Pursuit: Rolling Stones Collector's EditionTrivial Pursuit: Rolling Stones Collector's Edition
    It's Only Rock 'n Roll...but you'll like it in this Rolling Stones Collector's Edition of Trivial Pursuit. For the first time ever, one of the most legendary rock 'n roll bands teams up with America's favorite trivia game so fans of all ages can get some satisfaction by showing off all they know about the Rolling Stones. With over 2,000 questions from six categories covering the band's history, music, accomplishments and more, there's enough trivia for fans of all levels. So get your friends and neighbors together for a game you'll want to play 'til the whip comes down! Game includes custom die and playing pieces featuring the iconic tongue and lip logo.
  • Yahtzee Elvis 'Shake, Rattle & Roll' EditionYahtzee Elvis 'Shake, Rattle & Roll' Edition
    Elvis has left the building-Elvis has entered your home! It's Elvis Collector's Edition Yahtzee -- shake, rattle, and roll your way into high-scoring Yahtzee entertainment. This collector's edition is a must-have for fans of the King! Replacing numbers with silhouettes and symbols reminiscent of Elvis, the same rules and game play of regular Yahtzee apply.


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See Also: Games Based on Gameshows, Games Based on Movies, Games Based on Television Shows

Last Update: May 28th, 2011