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The Fifth Annual NYE Chuckle Bowl Spectacular!

Lincoln Square Lanes

December 31st, 2010 9:00 pm - 1:30 am
Tickets: $ 30 - $ 35
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What: Tight Five Productions is teaming up with Blewt Productions, the team that bought you the smash hit live game show Impress These Apes, to present the city’s most off- beat and affordable alternative to this year’s New Year’s Eve events.

The fifth annual “Chuckle Bowl Spectacular” takes place at Chicago’s retro Lincoln Square Lanes on the North Side and features the following:

*A one night only revival of Blewt’s popular live audience-interactive game show Don’t Spit The Water.

*Open bowling in all 12 lanes throughout the event – enhanced by theatrical lighting and music from renowned DJ “Bubbles Sanchez.”

* Multiple video screens showing some of the funniest off beat film footage ever committed to celluloid.

*A midnight toast with Miller High Life – The champagne of beers!

*Free pizza and full, value-priced bar featuring $3.50 domestics and $5 shots.

When: Friday, Dec. 31, 9pm-1:30am.

Where: Lincoln Square Lanes, 4874 N. Lincoln Ave. (773.561. 8191)

How Much: $30 advance, $35 at the door. 18 and over. Advanced tickets available at Uncle Fun (1338 W. Belmont Ave., 773.477.8223) and on-line at chucklebowl.com

Ages

18 and Over

Food/Drink

Drinks are cheap and pizza is free!

People

Only the hippest and most fun need apply!

Dress Code

Retro casual! - not enforced.

Address

4874 N Lincoln Ave
(between Kildare Ave and Lowell Ave)
Chicago, Illinois
Phone: 773-251-1539

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