Pop-up roller rink extends stay in Brampton for limited time


Published April 3, 2024 at 11:32 am

SUSO Skate co extending stay in brampton

There’s still time to check out one of Brampton’s most unique indoor experiences now that the SUSO Skate Co. roller rink will be sticking around, but only for a limited time.

The pop-up roller rink opened back in October by turning the old Sears department store at Bramalea City Centre into a one-of-a-kind skating experience.

SUSO Skate was originally going to close the rink in February but decided to extend its stay in Brampton until April. But as the company’s most popular and most successful pop-up to date, the rink’s run is now being extended again through to the start of summer.

“To thank the community for our busiest location yet, we are extending from April to June,” owner Henry O’Brien tells Insauga.com of the decision to stick around Brampton.

O’Brien says the 30,000-square-foot roller rink decorated with disco balls, neon lights and plenty of Instagram-worthy decor has seen “insanely high demand” since opening last year.

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SUSO has opened previous pop-ups in old big box stores in Cambridge, North York and Toronto, and caters to skaters of all ages with adult-only times and family-friendly time slots available.

The Brampton pop-up is just the latest for SUSO Skate, which is known for partnering with malls to bring their roller skating experience to empty big-box stores, which in the past have included old Bed Bath and Beyond, Sears and Target.

Guests are required to make an online booking to reserve their time slot at SUSO Skate and roller skate rentals start at $18 per hour, and include complimentary wrist guards and a coat check with the option to add protective gear.

The SUSO Skate Co. pop-up at Bramalea City Centre is open Wednesdays through Sundays until June 2. You can click here to visit the website and book your slot.

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