Kids can meet the Justice League at City Centre Bahrain this week

Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman and the Flash will be making an appearance at the mall this week

Kids can meet the Justice League at City Centre Bahrain this week

If your kids love superheroes, head down to City Centre Bahrain this week where they’ll get the chance to meet Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and the Flash.

From today (Tuesday October 22) until Saturday October 26, the mall will play host to the Justice League members who will be putting on shows, holding meet and greets, and helping out with fun activities between 3pm and 10pm.

The activities, which include arts and crafts, face painting and virtual reality gaming, will be held at the mall’s Central Galleria.

Kids will also be able to challenge each other to tournament rounds on the PS4, playing against one another as heroes or villains from the DC universe.

Parents won’t want to miss out on the special event either, one lucky shopper will win one of four vehicles: a new Range Rover Sport SE, Porsche Cayenne, Lexus LS 500 or Maserati Quattroporte.

All you need to do is spend BHD30 or more and submit your receipt for a chance to win.

Duaij Al Rumaihi, Senior Mall Manager at City Centre Bahrain said, “At City Centre Bahrain, we’re committed to creating unique and memorable experiences for families.

“Bringing the Justice League to life through these immersive experiences allows us to do that in exciting and original ways.

“We value these campaigns, because we see City Centre Bahrain as so much more than a shopping mall, and know our customers do, too. We look forward to welcoming them to the DC Universe.”
Oct 22-26. City Centre Bahrain, www.citycentrebahrain.com.

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