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go with a bang
To be enjoyable and exciting, as of an event. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I think a celebrity appearance will really help your party go with a bang.
go with a bang happen with obvious success.
go (off) with a ˈbang (informal) (of an event, etc.) be very successful: Last night’s party really went off with a bang.