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Is there a better way to relive the 1980s than with some baby kangaroos? We think not.
Lucky for us, Cobb’s Adventure Park is hosting an adults-only night this June in honour of the decade. The event will feature the fun activities Cobb’s is known for, along with ’80s trivia and music, and other “totally tubular” additions.
Cobb’s has been closed over the winter months, but it looks like they’ve been working hard behind the scenes to come up with some creative new ideas for their 2021 season.
Whether you were born in the 1980s, or just love the vibes from that decade, you’re not going to want to miss this. The park’s ’80s adults-only night boasts a food truck with mini donuts, burgers, poutine, and more, boozy beverages, and – you guessed it – kangaroos.
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The evening will also allow guests to enjoy all of the park’s “COVID-friendly” activities. That means you can try mini golf, archery, and puzzles without having to wait in line behind tiny humans.
’80s Night attendees can sip on adult beverages while enjoying free appetizers, and everyone is encouraged to come dressed in the spirit of the decade with fun ’80s garb.
And as if that isn’t all exciting enough, the adventure park’s famous baby kangaroos will be circulating throughout the venue for the entire evening, which only happens when the park is closed to children.
Cobb’s has announced that it’ll be reopening to the public on May 22, so if you can’t make it to ’80s Night (or if you want to bring the kids), you can pop by the park during their regular hours, starting a few weeks before this 18+ event.
Cobb’s Adventure Park’s adults-only nights are known to sell out quickly, so make sure you grab your tickets for this one as soon as possible.
When: June 5
Time: 6 to 10 pm
Where: Cobb’s Adventure Park (1500 84th Street NE)