Chris Pronger helps construct the brand new Primary Occasion household leisure heart in Chesterfield

Main Event, a restaurant and entertainment company, will officially open its 45th Family Entertainment Center in The District, Chesterfield, on Wednesday September 1st at 12 noon. They had their VIP pre-opening party on Sunday and STLSportsPage.com was there to check out the place.

Former blues player Chris Pronger was also on hand to check out the games and the food.

He also signed bowling pins (pictured left) and other items for an auction the facility is holding for charity.

The party was a great opportunity to get a taste of a venue that will be great fun for families. There is a lot to do for families.

They also brought a lot of food with a special emphasis on desserts, as well as a wide range of alcoholic beverages. The dishes included a huge sundae and a special s’mores dessert. The portions of these ice cream desserts were quite large.

The choice of alcohol and music will also be attractive to adults. If Sunday night was a real clue, there was a lot of staff and everyone was friendly and ready to help newcomers and explain things to them.

The nearly 50,000-square-foot venue features 22 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, each with unique technology and luxurious seating. Bowling fans simply choose to use it as a bowling alley, or families split up and some play the games and others bowl while they meet in the restaurant area.

There are games and virtual reality experiences throughout the facility.

The main event is an exciting venue with loud music and bright lights. There are flashing lights and neon everywhere.

There were at least 500 people at the VIP party and it really didn’t seem very crowded. They handed out 400 “VIP” lanyards and those were all gone and a few more people arrived. It’s very spacious inside.

One thing that looked fun was the soaring gravity ropes (pictured on the right).

There is also multi-level laser tag. You play laser tag, but on multiple stories. There is billiards as well as a full-service kitchen and bar with iconic food and drinks like a Big Fun Super Sundae and special Shirley Temples.

In cities across America, Main Event is one of the premier family entertainment centers known for bringing families together to celebrate milestones big and small. Main Event is also regularly ranked as “the best place for birthday parties”. Parents can have their own dedicated party host and choose from several packages with a variety of activities for all ages, open to closed seven days a week. Main Event’s hassle-free birthday parties are simple and efficient for mom and dad, and epic for kids.

In addition to hosting birthday parties, the Chesterfield Main Event also has fully equipped private meeting rooms with the latest in audiovisual technology, full service catering, free WiFi, and everything else that is important for hosting corporate meetings, team building exercises, and holidays, parties and others Meetings, large and small.

Pronger tried all the different games and enjoyed air hockey as well as basketball.

To celebrate its opening to the public, Main Event will host a ribbon cutting ceremony from 10am to midnight and will open its doors to the public on September 1st at 12pm. The first 200 to line up on opening day will get free laser tags and free games for a year, while the first 200 to enter the new center the next day will get free games for a year.

In addition, ahead of the opening, the Main Event invites the St. Louis community to help them locate a lost shipment of bowling pins that were last seen in the Chesterfield area and offers rewards for their safe return. Entrants have a chance to win free games for a year, and one lucky winner will take home a $ 5,000 Main Event gift card to find the last gold bowling pin.

To receive any of these prizes, entrants should use clues shared on the Main Event’s social media accounts (@mymainevent) on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to find one of the 10 Pins that local businesses in hidden from the entire Chesterfield community. Each pin will be placed in a new location every day from August 10th to August 16th. See here for official rules.

“As a company focused on connecting people in meaningful ways and creating memories that will last a lifetime, we are excited to call the 45th Main Event location in Chesterfield,” said Chris Morris, President and Chief Executive Officer of Main Event Entertainment. “In addition to being a fun venue, we pride ourselves on bringing nearly 200 new jobs to the St. Louis community.”

“We can’t wait to bring our unique experience to Chesterfield,” said Kyle Maxam, general manager of Main Event Chesterfield. “There isn’t a family entertainment center that brings people together for a fun day or night like the Main Event, and we look so much forward to making memories with our new Chesterfield neighbors.”

The new center will be open Monday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., Tuesday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to midnight, Friday 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Sunday from 11 a.m. to midnight. Visit mainevent.com for more information.

About Main Event Entertainment
Founded in 1998 and based in Dallas, the Main Event has one big goal: to connect families and friends while creating lasting memories. With 45 centers in 16 states across the country serving more than 20 million guests annually, the brand offers the most fun under one roof, so guests can truly enjoy their experience and deepen relationships with loved ones. Main Event is also a proud sponsor of Special Olympics International, which is fundraising and hosting Special Olympics events across the country while providing opportunities to develop as their athletes aim to achieve Olympic goals. Visit mainevent.com for more information.

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