Foam party is becoming popular in some event where a foam machine disperses bubbles or soap foams on the dance floor. It’s very fun actually, immersing yourself in foam, throwing it like snow on a hot dance floor while enjoying your drinks. While foam party is just becoming popular these days, it was first introduced in a 1932 short film A Rhapsody in Black and Blue with Louis Armstrong, where he sings and plays his trumpet in a large hall filled with soap suds.
Get ready to be wet if you’re attending a foam party. Wool and leather are not advisable. Some women would get their bikinis on for a foam party since it’s going to be wet and wild. Gadgets and other electronics are not really good on this kind of party but if you want to bring them, I suggest you keep a zip lock bag ready. Some foam parties are also held on pools where the foam machine is directed to the pool. Swimming in a pool with bubbles is absolute heaven.
Although foam party is the next best thing since someone invented the night club, it is recommended to be extra cautious as the floors will be slippery, there would be cords around the place and god knows what could be under the foam. I once attended a foam party at a night club, it was all good until cocktails and drinks are all over the floor. The crowd is wild as the music drains you into another world full of soap suds and disco sounds. I would however advise that foam parties should be for legal age only as it does really get wild once the foam is taking over the place.