Twin Falls Skateland has been throwing it back to the nostalgic times with their Throwback Thursday. It returns for the first event of 2022 in February and it is something you do not want to miss.

What Is Throwback Thursday At Skateland?

On Thursday, February 24th starting at 7 pm adults over 21 are encouraged to come and skate to the tunes of their past. If you want to return to your teenage years spending it at the skating rink with your friends, playing games, eating concession stand food, this is the event for you.

The Event Is For Adults Only

The Throwback Thursday event is for 21 and over crowd only. There will be cocktails served at the bar. I mean, I already can't skate as it is but I bet it would hurt less when I fall after a few drinks!

Pricing And All Other Information

Again, the event is February 24th. It runs from 7 pm to 10:30 pm. There will be cocktails, games, and of course, lots of skating. The event is $9 dollars and that includes skates. If you would like rollerblades that is an additional $2 dollars. You must present your ID at the door because it is strictly 21 and over. There will be old school music for you to enjoy while you go back to your teenage years.

Have a wonderful time! This event is great for so many reason, hey, it could be a fun date night! I was the go to place when you were a teen, why not now.

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