Main Event's colorful fun-filled interior is show, with bowling, arcade games, and more.

Main Event

Guests can have unlimited fun for the mad price of only $10.95.

Main Event’s Ringing in the New Year with NYE Celebration

Main Event Entertainment is offering the most fun under one roof to ring in 2019! 

On Monday, December 31, the ultimate entertainment destination is inviting guests to celebrate New Year’s Eve with its New Year’s Eve Monday Madness special. Starting at 4 p.m., guests can have unlimited fun for the mad price of only $10.95 per person when they choose one of these celebratory offers: 

  • All-You-Can-Play Activities: All-you-can-play access to bowling, billiards and multi-level laser tag.
  • All-You-Can-Play Games: Unlimited arcade game play in the games gallery featuring more than 100 of the latest interactive arcade games. 

“There’s no other place that offers so much Fun under one roof,” says Brendan Mauri, senior director of marketing at Main Event Entertainment. “Our New Year’s Eve Monday Night Madness special gives guests a place to kick off the new year with all-you-can-play fun! And just like every Monday Night at Main Event, you can play all night for just $10.95 per person.”

This fun New Year’s Eve celebration is open to the public and no reservations are required. 

Each Main Event center features state-of-the-art bowling, multi-level laser tag, billiards and a games gallery featuring more than 100 of the latest interactive arcade games. And whether you’re looking for a chef-inspired casual dining experience—with delicious shareables like wings, loaded nachos, oven-baked artisan pizza and more in a full-service American-fare grill—or handcrafted cocktails in a high energy sports bar surrounded by big screen TVs, Main Event is a FUN place to hang out, watch the big game and challenge your friends to a game or two.

Founded in 1998, Dallas-based Main Event Entertainment is rapidly growing, with 42 centers across the United States.

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