Hudson Valley’s 1st ‘Rage Room’ is Finally Opening ‘Soon’
Hudson Valley residents will finally have a "Rage Room" to unleash all their pent-up frustrations.
Early this week, officials from QB Ball on Cottage Street in Middletown hinted about a new activity that was coming to the business.
"Along with already having Football Bowling, Cornhole, Axe Throwing, and arcade games we will be adding a NEW ACTIVITY to our facility," QB ball wrote on Facebook.
On Thursday, we learned the new activity will be a Rage Room.
"To those that guessed RAGE ROOM you were CORRECT!! We are SUPER EXCITED to announce that we are currently in the works of building out a Rage Room- first in the area!!! Unleash your RAGE with us SOON- opening date and details to follow!" QB Ball stated Thursday.
This will be the first Rage Room in the Hudson Valley, according to QB Ball. A search of Google shows Rage Rooms in the Captial District, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey, but none in the Hudson Valley.
If you are unfamiliar with a Rage Room, the best way to describe it is it's a room, or controlled environment, where you can go break things without worrying about any consequences. We are still in the midst of a pandemic, so what better way to release some pent-up frustration!
QB Ball in Middletown currently offers football bowling, which is just like it sounds like, you throw a football at bowling pins. Trust me, it's harder than it sounds! QB Ball also offers axe throwing, arcade games and hosts a competitive cornhole league on Wednesdays, with charity tournaments about once a month on weekends.
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