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Get ready to glow—Blacklight Slide is coming to New York!

Get ready to glow—Blacklight Slide is coming to New York!
Photograph: Courtesy Justin Muir

Who says slides weren't made for adults? Prepare to feel like a kid again, because there's a massive black light water slide coming to New York! The unique, UV neon-powered event, which looks like a cross between Slime Time Live and Ghostbusters, is coming to Aviator Sports & Events Center in Brooklyn for two weekends in August (Sat 13, Sun 14 and Sat 20, Sun 21), which only proves that summer in NYC is going to rule! 

Judging by the photos, you'll be covered in glow-in-the-dark water as you take unlimited joy rides down the massive slide, while listening to jams from one of the top DJs in the country. The event concludes with a raging dance party—as most awesome parties do—so a ticket ($20) is totally worth it. But you better purchase one now—pre-sale ends today, and prices go up to $50 tomorrow. Check out the company that's hosting the event (U Run) and nab your tickets here. 

 

Photograph: Courtesy Justin Muir

 

 

 


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Trisha W

This is the worst company I have EVER come across in my 37 years on this Earth! They took my money in Feb for an event in July. Then I NEVER GOT ANYTHING ELSE. I tried to dispute with my card company, whose policy, I later found out, is that they will not go back any further than 60 days. This resulted in my closing my account with them permanently. I filed a complaint with the BBB and they refused to acknowledge the complaint for well over a month. Once they did they only refunded a portion of what I paid to a closed account. They refused to refund the "processing fee" (I would like to know what they processed since I never got ANYTHING) and then advised that a refund charge would apply as well. $1 per transaction. I confirmed that it was rejected by my bank, and sent back to them. They advised it wasn't their problem. They said did what they should have. So Here we are 7 months later and I am out 62.50 with ABSOLUTELY NOTHING TO SHOW FOR IT. Play it safe and keep your money. This is a SCAM set up to LOOK like a fundraising event. On a side note, don't put your negative experience on their FB page, they will block you from being able to post or like anything.