GALLERY: Main Event Tomball opens April 29

Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games.  (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)

Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)

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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, with the first 200 customers receiving free laser tag for a year. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, with the first 200 customers receiving free laser tag for a year. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
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Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened April 29 in Tomball. (Photos by Kayli Thompson)
Main Event, a family entertainment center, opened on April 29 at its new location, 24620 Hwy. 249, Tomball. The entertainment center includes bowling, laser tag, virtual reality, snacks, a bar, prizes and more than 100 interactive video games. The grand opening celebration included a ribbon cutting, refreshments, games, free swag and a free year of laser tag to the first 200 customers. Grand opening festivities continue April 29-May 1, Community Impact Newspaper reported. www.mainevent.com/tomball
By Kayli Thompson

Reporter, Houston

Kayli joined Community Impact Newspaper in February 2022 covering the cities of Tomball and Magnolia. She graduated from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Journalism in December 2015 with a dual Bachelor's degree in journalism and Political Science. She moved to Texas from New York where she reported for The Ithaca Voice, The Cortland Standard, Syracuse.com, The Stand, The Lansing Ledger, Dryden Courier and Groton Independent. She enjoys spending time with her daughter, reading, and finding any excuse to be near water.