The Bangor Mall is turning into an entertainment destination
A growing number of people will pass through the doors of the Bangor Mall in the coming weeks and months to enjoy theater, music, gaming and other entertainment — attractions that are starting to rival retail centers at the mall.
Today at the mall, Some Theatre Company and Ten Bucks Theatre Company both operate spaces. Sunshine’s Fitness Studio and Wellness Center offers classes and personal training. Bangor Comic & Toy Con, after hosting its convention at the mall earlier this month, will now offer year-round programming in two storefront locations. Maineiac Manor, open during October and sporadically throughout the year, runs a haunted house in the former Hollister store, and local photographer Shane Grant opened a photography and video studio.
And by the end of the year, G-Force Adventure Center will open an entertainment and gaming center with laser tag, an arcade, axe throwing, bounce houses, live music and comedy, and a bar and restaurant, in four leased storefronts in the wing of the mall where Sears once was.
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