Bill Murray Announces Party Crashing Tour Starting In August
Funny man Bill Murray is known to crash parties throughout the New York City area. Now, he might take his habit nationwide.
Murray’s agent Paul Horner made a statement about Murray’s party-crashing plans.
Mr. Murray is looking to take a vacation around the United States. He’s hoping that if he shows up to your party with a bottle of wine or vegetable tray, you will be able to make the proper accommodations for him. This includes allowing him to sleep on your couch or in a spare bedroom, both of those options being completely acceptable.
“Oh heck yeah Bill Murray can party with us,” said 30-year-old Dean Huls, a long-time fan of Bill Murray.
If he crashes our party he can sleep in our room that night and I’ll sleep with my wife on the couch that folds out in the living room. Or Bill Murray can sleep with my wife, it’s all good, just as long as he comes to my party.
Horner continued, urging fans to be respectful of the actor.
All we ask is that if Mr. Murray does decide to crash your party, please give him his space. He’s a human being, just like you and me. He’s just looking for a good time and a fun way to connect with fans.
At these parties, Mr. Murray does not want to be called ‘Bill Murray’ but instead wants to be referred to as ‘Kaiser Soze.’ Activities that Mr. Murray enjoys are drinking and karaoke. Having those two things at your party will definitely increase your chances of him making an appearance. Also it is extremely important that any house or location interested in participating have a sheet or banner of some kind attached to their establishment the night of the party. It must say in big bold letters, ‘BILL MURRAY CAN CRASH HERE.’ This will let Mr. Murray know at what locations he is welcome.
The Bill Murray Party Crashing Tour will begin on August 1 in Phoenix, Arizona and will end on September 10 in Austin, Texas.
For more information, call the 24 hour Bill Murray Party Crashing Tour Hotline: (785) 273-0325.
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