Jonah Sandler (foreground) is the CEO and Stevie Baia (rear) is general manager of Scene 75 Entertainment Center in Vandalia. LISA POWELL / STAFF
Photo: Lisa Powell
Photo: Lisa Powell

Scene 75 is bringing back popular glow-in-the-dark weekend for grown-ups

A dark “neon paint” storm is brewing at Scene75 Entertainment Center, and it’s only the adults who will get rained on.

On Aug. 10-11, Scene75 is bringing back one of its most popular adult events of the year. Color Scene, a weekend of glow-in-the-dark paint partying and drinking festivities, is returning for the center’s 21+ crowd.

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“Each year, Scene75 turns Glow in the Dark for the adults one weekend in August. For the weekend, Scene75 recommends their adult guests wear white shirts to be ready for all of the glow paint that Scene75 supplies,” according  to a press release. Anyone under 21 can still enter Scene75 and partake in the center’s regular attractions.

In addition to getting colored and covered in whatever neon patterns they choose, guests can compete in the official Color Scene Beer Pong Tournament on Friday at 8 p.m. Then on Saturday, the party moves to the sand at 9 p.m. for the Neon Volleyball Tournament.

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Admission to the weekend is free, however each tournament has an entrance fee. It is $10 to play as a team of two in beer pong and $90 for a team of six in volleyball. Registration is limited to just 14 teams for volleyball and 25 teams for beer pong. Tickets can be purchased on Scene75’s website at https://www.scene75.com/dayton/event/dayton-color-scene/.

WANT TO GO?
WHAT: Scene 75 Color Scene weekend

WHEN: Friday- Saturday, August 10- 11

WHERE: Scene75 Entertainment Center, 6196 Poe Ave., Dayton

INFO: scene75.com

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