Las Vegas Indoor Soccer hosts all-inclusive, sports-themed birthday parties that energize young athletes. Up to 15 partygoers ($15/additional child) kick, pass, and shoot their way to victory during 75 minutes of play during a two-hour party, with kickball, dodgeball, and soccer games spanning half of a soccer field, the same distance most children are able to kick a cake. A personal party coach supervises the indoor, climate-controlled arena with watchful eyes and a high-fidelity whistle. Once players have worked up an appetite, an already-set party table welcomes appetites for two hours of playful noshing on pizza (two slices/child) and a choice of one soda or one juice. Las Vegas Indoor Soccer also supplies party invitations and a gift for the birth-versary celebrant.
Shots ring out across the Wild Wild West paintball field as players belly-flop behind hay bales and crouch-walk through the saloon. On a second field, players storm a castle and sprint past water towers, racing to the center to capture the flag planted there. Those two battlegrounds at Las Vegas Premier Paintball are ripe with chances for team strategy, and a third, smaller field dotted with inflated obstacles creates a fast-paced game that requires you to be fleet-footed and quick on the draw.
Five days a week, teams suited up with full facemasks engage each other in just such battle across the facility's outdoor fields. With the addition of overhead lights, the center now stays open later on Wednesday nights, allowing players to battle away from the sun?s heat. Paintballing groups of 10 or more can also reserve the field of their choice for birthdays, bachelor parties, or corporate team-building events.
Designed by a former marine, an army training officer, and an ex-baseball pro, The Scorpion Warrior extreme obstacle course tests the physical and mental toughness of every contestant. The Scorpion Warrior is a 2.5-mile endurance course that snakes through 25 extreme obstacles such as a 40-foot tire run, an 8-foot wall, a 16-foot-long elevated balance beam, and removal of the blindfold and cement block ankle weights once the race is over. Singles and teams race to the finish line as they compete for more than $1,800 in cash, with every division guaranteed a prize. As they compete, a digital chip tracks times, and the staff snap three photos that upload automatically to contestants' Facebook pages. After charging to victory, racers relax with food, games, raffles, a family-friendly concert, and an appearance by Miss Nevada 2011 Alana Lee.
Motley Brews shares their passion for beer by curating beverage-focused festivals and events. Whether they’re lauding neighborhood breweries during the Downtown Brew Festival or uncapping rare beers at the Great Vegas Festival of Beer, their crew encourage attendees to try new tastes and rekindle the fire with old favorites. Motley Brews toasts the community as well, giving a portion of their celebrations’ proceeds to local non-profit organizations.