- Hall U Need is a huge indoor entertainment complex with multiple activities.
- There is a 400 seat restaurant, 100 seat bar, 70 arcade games, 11 karaoke rooms and 10 bowling lanes all in one place.
- The opening has been postponed for a year due to Covid, and will take place on Wednesday 9 June in Saint-André-lez-Lille, a town in Lille.
7.000 m² of space is entirely dedicated to indoor entertainment. Don’t look, there is no equivalent place in the region or even in France. This Wednesday, June 9, Complex Hall yo need It will open its doors to
San Andre Les Lille Visitors are likely to be surprised. It must be said that there is a lot to do with so many things collected in one place.
A restaurant with 400 seats, a bar with 100 seats, 70 arcade games, 11 karaoke rooms, 10 bowling lanes, 1 new generation VR space, a seminar room, a co-working space or even children’s games of 600 square meters. What do you spend the whole day or evening there because the place is open from Tuesday to Sunday, from morning to evening.
Idea from the United States
We want to gather all generations in the same place. It’s a concept that comes from the United States and we’ve decided to adapt to it in Europe. Lawrence Szirard, director of communications for Hall U Need, confirms that people who have seen it have really liked this place.
Previous exhibition venues, Halls de la Filature has been completely changed by the arrival of this new concept launched by Cyril Barina. In 2015, this northern businessman decided to embark on an adventure by wondering how his daughter occupied the weekends. After several months of searching, he found the right place and invested at least 4.2 million euros to create this new structure that can accommodate up to 1,650 people, excluding health restrictions.
“Make it an emblematic place in Hauts-de-France”
“The goal is really to make it an emblematic place in Hauts-de-France. Between the versatility of activities and the original decoration, this place is not found anywhere else”, continues Lawrence Zirard. Initially scheduled for 2020, the opening was postponed by a year due to Covid.
From June 9, the 40 Hall U Need employees hope to make up for lost time and quickly draw the audience into this massive venue waiting to be filled.
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