World Party Day (or P-Day) on April 3 is about enjoying yourself on your terms. Throw on some tunes, bring out the refreshments, hang out with friends, or just relax in your own element. We love a good time — celebrate however you choose, just as long as you do your party your way. This day is about bringing, spreading and embracing joy. On April 3, we encourage you to stay indoors and create a celebration that fits your personality and your unique style.
World Party Day is based on the idea that peace is not the opposite of war, merely its absence. The real opposite of war is party, and World Party Day aims to synchronise a massive, world-wide party to celebrate everything that’s good and optimistic.
Learn about World Party Day
World Party Day encourages efforts around the world for everyone to celebrate together! There are so many great reasons to gather and enjoy celebrations with one and other. Forming the perfect party will often include games, music, beverages, food, and other festivities as well. A lot of parties have a specific theme. Of course, we have birthday parties and wedding parties. However, a lot of people also attribute specific themes to their party as well, such as superheroes or a specific era! The fun is never-ending when it comes to planning a party and the possibilities are endless.
However, this day was not simply created because we all like to party. It was actually inspired by a novel. This is a novel by Vanna Borita called Flight: A Quantum Fiction. The book was published in 1995, and the ending involves a countdown that is set to the 3rd of April 2000 whereby a synchronized celebration happens all around the world. Once the book was released, the idea of World Party Day took hold very quickly, with the first taking place in 1996.
One of the best things about World Party Day is that it is not associated with any political connections or any religious links. Anyone can join in with the celebrations! After all, there should not be any restrictions on having fun, right? All you need to do is join in and have a great time! You can party with your loved ones or you can meet new people and party together. You can even get your pets in on the action. It does not matter, so long as you are partying and having a good time. No RSVPs are needed!
Not only does World Party Day bring together people from different backgrounds and parts of the world, but it also brings together extroverts and introverts. Whether you are an outgoing person who likes to be the center of attention or you’re more of a quiet person who likes to keep themselves to themselves, this day is for you! After all, we all like you enjoy some good food and listen to some great tunes, right? You get the opportunity to do that, and you will mix with people that you may not usually mix with!
History of World Party Day
Vanna Bonta almost certainly had no idea when she wrote Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel that the idea in the book of a global human celebration would really take off. It has though, and people celebrate in all sorts of ways. Since 1996, this day has been celebrated every year, and we don’t see any signs of the fun slowing down!
How to celebrate World Party Day
“Pass the food and turn up the music” is a common slogan on World Party Day, but it doesn’t really matter how you celebrate, or even whether you celebrate alone or in company. The premise is that everyone in the world is joined in party, so you can really do anything you like as long as it involves celebrating the joy of existence.
Hosting a party is one of the most exciting things to do, and we are sure this is how most people will decide to spend World Party Day. Nevertheless, it obviously involves a lot of planning. The hard thing about planning is knowing where to start. It is advisable that the first thing you decipher when organizing your party is where to host it.
There are lots of different venues and locations available, however, the one you choose all depends on the type of party you are going to have. For instance, if you want something low key where conversation and fine food is high up on the list of priorities then a restaurant venue would suit you.
On the other hand, if you want to get drunk and dance the night away then how about a nightclub venue. There are a whole host of party venues, so you won’t find it difficult to find somewhere which suits you. There are even unique party venues, like theme parks and museums, if you really feel like throwing the best event on World Party Day.
When throwing a party on this day, it is good to try and embrace people from all over the world. Research indicates that we can cultivate intercultural harmony and understanding by meeting people from different cultures. So, why not try to throw a community party, where everyone is invited? Alternatively, you could host your own party for family and friends, but ask for them to bring some of their co-workers and friends along?
There are lots of different party themes that you can embrace as well. You could have a fancy dress party, with everyone dressing as something that begins with the same letter as their own name. Or, why not have a trivia party night? If you and your friends are fans of quizzes, you will love this option. If you want something a bit more low-key, you could have a movie night party. Grab your drinks and get the popcorn in and enjoy a great film together. Or, what about a pizza-making party? Of course, the classic buffet party and cocktails will always go down a treat.
In today’s modern world, you can even have virtual parties. This means you do not have to be in the same location in order to celebrate and have fun together! Technology has advanced to the point whereby we can have video calls with a number of different people, giving us the ability to celebrate in all of our favorite ways and to connect over long-distances. You may have thought it would be impossible to have a party with your family that lives on the other side of the world, but now you can!
If you’re not in the partying mood, don’t worry; no one is going to force you to get your dancing shoes on! If you would prefer to chill at home instead, why not read the Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel? This is the novel that started it all off, of course! It is about a writer, called Mendle J. Orion, who notices that elements from the science fiction novel he is penning are starting to manifest in real life.
The author, Vanna Bonta, claims to have invited the literary genre and term quantum fiction. This is a genre that reflects the contemporary experience of the material world and reality as being influenced by quantum theory and new quantum physics principles. A bit of a mouthful, we know! But if you enjoy this novel, you may want to explore the genre more!
History of World Party Day
The inspiration for World Party Day stems from a novel entitled, “Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel” written by American author, Vanna Bonta. Published in 1995, the novel ends with — spoiler alert — a big party. Actually, it ends with a synchronized worldwide celebration that takes place on April 3. In real life, groups of people found each other sharing the same goals of peace and the want to utilize human intelligence and resources toward global humanitarian progress. Bringing together people in the name of social change, it became a worldwide phenomenon involving millions of people, corporations, and organizations working together to contribute positively to the future of the earth and humanity.
The day itself isn’t associated with any religious or political connections, meaning anyone is able to join in on the celebrations. After all, partying itself is a “universal human right to fun, peace, and life.” All you really need to do to join in is to party. It’s a tough job, but someones gotta do it, in the name of tradition. You can party with a group of strangers, some of your best friends, your pets, your significant other, or your reflection — as long as you do you, you’re doing it right.
No need to RSVP here. The entire world has been formally invited to love, create, dance, and party for nearly 25 years. This holiday is literally meant to showcase joy all around the world, a sentiment that is depicted in Bonta’s novel. In the words of “Flight: A Quantum Fiction Novel” itself, “The people knew what had made them human. It was not their shortcomings, but their hearts.”