Outdoor Entertainment

Bring your friends and family to our outdoor entertainment area including Cornhole, Connect Four, Spikeball, Giant Jenga, and a massive LED video wall. Movies, video games, and music all within our outdoor area. Note: Masks are required for entry.

We are your family friendly outdoor entertainment destination.

Your Favorite Entertainment Center

Yard Games | LED Video Wall | Outdoor | Masks Required

Due to COVID-19:  Masks are currently required for entry into our outdoor entertainment environment.

Entertainment
  • Spikeball
  • Connect 4
  • Cornhole
  • Giant Jenga
  • 25′ x 12′ LED Video Wall
Safety
  • Family friendly
  • Beer and wine available (21+)
  • Rotating disinfection on all games and surfaces
  • Masks required for entry and occupancy

Spikeball is a new sport that’s sweeping the nation. It’s commonly referred to as the love child between volleyball and four-square. It is played 2 vs 2, with a taut hula hoop sized Spikeball net placed between the teams.  A player starts a point by serving the ball down on the net so it ricochets up at his opponents.  They have up to three hits between them (just like Volleyball) to control the ball and bounce it back off the net.

Connect Four is a vertical game of tic-tac-toe, but with a twist – you have to get four in a row. The first player to get four checkers lined up in a row in any direction–horizontal, vertical, or diagonal–wins the game.

Cornhole

Cornhole (also known regionally as bags, sack toss, or bean bag) is a lawn game in which players take turns throwing 16 ounce bags of corn kernels at a raised platform (board) with a hole in the far end. A bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the board scores 1 point. Play continues until a team or player reaches or exceeds the score of 21 by means of cancellation scoring.

When you play Jenga the objective is to remove a block from the bottom of a tower of wooden blocks and place it at the top. This gets increasingly difficult as the game goes on until a player causes the tower to crash, meaning the last player to have successfully placed a block at the top wins.

Frequently Asked Questions

We understand that many people are new to VR and we are happy to address any questions or concerns you may have.  We’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions below but if you have any additional questions you can email us at Tukwila@virtualsports.net or call at (425) 970-1330.

Are masks required?

Yes! Anyone within our outdoor entertainment area will be required to wear a mask.

Is the outdoor area family friendly?

Yes! We encourage you to bring your family! We offer alcoholic beverages to adults 21+

Is there an attendance limit?

Yes, capacity will vary based on event type.

Will there be tournaments?

Yes! Coming soon.