Monsterland in Mesa Planning Nightclub
You might be dancing with these devils sometime in April at Monsterland.
"Right now we're hoping to keep some as much of the castles and monsters as possible and give it a horror theme," Wynn says.
Turning a portion of Monsterland into a nightclub is an idea its proprietors have been considering for awhile. Co-owner (and resident creature-maker) Kyle Thompson told me last fall during the attraction's preview night that they were considering such a thing.
Wynn says many details about the project are still up in the air he says, including getting paperwork approved by the City of Mesa. The goal, he explains, is to give people a reason to visit Monsterland, which shut down after October, outside of the Halloween season.
Therein lies another challenge for the proposed project, Wynn says, which is scaring up enough patrons.
"Mesa is not known for its nightlife and getting people down here will be a challenge," he adds.
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