Three- or Five-Hour Party Bus Rental for Up to 14 People from Nola Party Bus (50% Off)

New Orleans

Value Discount You Save
$450 50% $225
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In a Nutshell

Up to 14 revelers cruise the city in a bus decked with leather seats. flat-screen TVs, fog machine, restroom, and DJ lights

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Expires 90 days after purchase. Tax and gratuity not included. Appointment required 1-week in advance; subject to availability. 72 hr cancellation notice required. Credit card required at booking. BYOB Must be 21 or older. Valid within 15 miles of New Orleans International Airport or extra fees apply. Options include pick up, drive time, wait time, adjustment for traffic, and drop off. Vehicle selection subject to availability. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 7hr minimum on prom nights in april and may. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $225 for a three-hour party bus rental for up to 14 people ($450 value)
  • $375 for a five-hour party bus rental for up to 14 people ($750 value)

Fog Machines: Artificial Atmosphere

Artificial fog can enhance the effect of everything from the lights at a dance party to the ominous vibes of haunted houses. Read on to find out more about the mechanism behind the mist.

In meteorological terms, fog is defined as a low-hovering stratus cloud, typically fueled by moisture that has evaporated from a nearby body of water or patch of wet ground. Though it can be a menace to drivers when encountered in the natural world, the hoary, visual impact of fog can also look pretty rad over a dance floor or add gritty atmosphere to a production of Mary Poppins. Some stagehands may still favor dry ice, but commercial fog machines provide a smaller, safer way to achieve the misty effect. Though their structure may vary in some cases, most fog machines use a type of fog solution comprised of glycols or clycerine and distilled water. This "fog juice" is held in a pressurized chamber and sent through a heated pump, which turns it into vapor and emits it into the air. The resultant fog should be at about room temperature, but many machines also have a space to place ice in order to cool the fog before it releases, thus making it heavier and creating a lower-hanging cloud.


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