Where's the Party? is Eddie Money's fifth album, released in 1983.
Money described the album as more upbeat and positive than his previous album No Control, saying, "We're ready to rock.... We're all in a party mood, and the album reflects that."
The album peaked at #67 on the Billboard 200 album chart, making it Money's lowest-charting album up to that time. Critic Lennox Samuels of Independent Press Service wrote in his review, "The party's not on this record, anyway. Side 1 is an undistinguished assortment of mid- to uptempo rock tunes." Samuels did praise the track "The Big Crash", which he described as "a bouncy dance tune with an effective interplay between John Nelson's lead guitar and Duane Hitchings' synthesizer," and noted that "Leave It to Me" appeared to show Money "venturing into new music", with a sound close to that of many popular synth-bands of the time.
In a 1986 interview promoting his following album, Can't Hold Back, Money stated that Where's the Party? "sold about 280,000 units. For the money I spent on it, it wasn't enough."