The Summit Will Soon Be No More. What’s Next For This Colorado Favorite?
The Summit in Windsor is undergoing significant changes in the coming weeks, including a new owner and name. What's next for this Northern Colorado entertainment staple?
Huge Changes For The Summit Entertainment Centers In Colorado
The Summit Entertainment Centers, with three funfilled locations, span from Northern Colorado in Windsor, all the way down to Southern Colorado in Colorado Springs. The Windsor, Colorado version was the first custom-built location that opened in August of 2014, to the delight of many in Northern Colorado who wanted a new form of entertainment in the area. They have a location in Colorado Springs that they retrofitted from a previous bowling fun center, and the newest summit is in Thornton, Colorado, and is almost identical to the Windsor location. All three Colorado Summit locations have been sold and the new owners are ready to implement some big changes in the coming months, with the Windsor location set to change first.
While the bowling, laser tag, and video game fun that the Summit Windsor is known for will remain the same, other major changes are coming to Northern Colorado's most popular family fun center. To start, the name "The Summit" is being retired, and the new "Main Event" brand will take its place. Back in Early 2022, Main Event Entertainment acquired the three entertainment centers for (reportedly) just north of $25 million dollars. Main Event already has a location in the Denver area, and with the Summit acquisition, they'll now have four locations across the state. The Summit locations have remained the same for the most part since the sale, but that's all changing in the coming months, beginning now, at the Windsor location.
The Summit Will Soon Be No More. What's Next For This Colorado Favorite?
The Thornton and Colorado Springs locations will begin the transition to the Main Event in the coming months, Windsor was the first to change. All Summit passes, game cards, etc. can be transferred over to new Main Event cards as the transition continues at all three locations. Main Event in Windsor is set to be fully operational under its new branding by the end of this month.