After gearing up for a full opening on 4th July, All Star Lanes has been bowled a split by the government with the news that it may not open for bowling; oh balls! Unwilling to let this get in the way of a good time, All Star Lanes will open its White City, Brick Lane and Manchester venues for drinking, dining and singing on the 4th July for what the brand is calling the ‘Summer Of Song’.
Decked out with top of the range Karaoke equipment from Singa, All Star Lanes’ luxury singing booths can be booked for as little as £10 per person for one hour with a drink, and are the perfect place to belt out all the tunes guests could have been hearing in muddy fields up and down the country this summer. The luxury booths and equipment will be fully cleaned after each group leaves to ensure singers are kept safe.
There will also be a weekly competition for best performance, with a new genre announced every Monday. Would be pop-stars will be asked to submit clips or a whole performance via social media, with the winners earning free bowling and drinks once the brand re-opens the lanes.
From 4th July, the terrace at All Star Lanes Manchester will be decked out with a Corona branded bar and additional seating, so guests can enjoy an ice-cold Corona on tap or refreshing cocktail in the sun, as well as the all day dining menu with American classics including stacked burgers, crispy buttermilk chicken and vegan Rainbow salad.
Graham Cook, Managing Director at All Star Lanes said, ‘We are delighted to be able to open up welcome customers back to All Star Lanes for the Summer of Song. We’ve taken careful steps to ensure customer safety and our team can’t wait to get the good times rolling once more. While we can’t open for bowling just yet, you can be certain that when we do we’ll have the cleanest balls in town’.