The dodgem cars have been impounded, the bowling pins on strike (see what I did there) and trampolines no longer bounce, but it doesn’t mean kids with quarantine birthdays can’t still celebrate.
“Sadly we know so many kids won’t get to have their party at our venues right now so we want to make sure they at least get to have some fun with their friends online. At a time like this we all need to stick together and use our talents & resources for good so that is why we are trying our hand in the online party world & doing it all for free”. says Funlab CEO Michael Schreiber
The party hosts of Strike, Sky Zone and Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq are generously volunteering their time starting from Wednesday 15th April as all venues beginning offering hosted online parties at no charge!
Staying connected with friends and family is just as important to the young ones as it is their parents and a 30 minute virtual party with Strike, Sky Zone or Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq brings together the birthday child and seven friends to enjoy some classic games, show off their dance moves, test their artistic skills and of course sing happy birthday – all while they get to see each other (even if on screen).
But it doesn’t end there, at the end of the event, party hosts will also arrange a free visit for the birthday child doors reopen so they get to celebrate again in real life!
What makes this quite interesting is the birthday experience they are creating during this time of limbo is not bound to the physical locations of these venues. While celebrants potentially do receive access to a visit once lockdown is over, there’s nothing stopping anyone from Adelaide, Perth, Hobart or Darwin from jumping on board.
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Archie Brothers opened up at Toombul Shopping Centre’s new entertainment and dining precinct. Upstairs arcade games galore, theme park adventures, trippy virtual reality experiences, bowling and dodgems, not to mention the insane cocktails and rip-snorter of a menu. There’s literally enough bells and whistles to keep you occupied for days (and nights). . . Thanks for a great night @ archiebrothersce . . #archiebrothersce #archiebrotherselectriccircus #dindinsvideo #brisbaneanyday
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