Remember when Laser Quest in Rockford was the coolest place to have your birthday party in middle school?  Well, Sector 815 is bringing live action laser tag back!

After Laser Quest in Rockford closed their doors in 2020 after 27 years of business, the space has been vacant for nearly three years.

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Soon, Sector 815 will reopen the space!  They hope to open the doors in early March, but don't have a confirmed grand opening date just yet.

I'm sensing a ton of adults can't wait for Sector 815 to open, Laser Tag was a huge part of our childhood growing up - I always chose the craziest name for the Leaderboard lol.

Sector 815 Laser Tag Reopening In Former Laser Quest Space In Rockford

The best part about this reopening are all the updated, modern features!

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Call Sign App - You'll be able to track your stats LIVE using the App, build experience points (XP), level up and get rewards.

No Vests - Say GOODBYE to the bulky vests!  All you'll need to play is a headband and your weapon.

Endless Game Modes - Sector 815 will offer game modes like Infection, Domination, Capture the Flag and so many other options.

Realistic, Military Style Laser Guns - Remember the old 90's plastic style weapons?  Those are the past, say HELLO to more realistic looking rifles with sound effects.

Plus, guests can add grenades and shock bands to their party to spice up their Laser Tag experience.  Sounds pretty awesome!

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Keep an eye out for an opening date, you don't want to miss out on this thrilling attraction coming to town.  Sector 815 is hoping to open in early March at 293 Executive Pkwy, Rockford.

As for another attraction opening in Rockford, Urban Air Adventure Park was supposed to open in December of 2022 into the Gordman's space.  The Adventure Park now says it's "Coming Soon" on their website.

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