Prom Alternative

Teenagers, youth groups and homeschoolers from all over Kansas choose the alternative. Hundreds of students choose the Prom Alternative for two reasons: Prom Alternative promotes the standards Christians are called to live by. Thousands of students testify that Prom Alternative far exceeds their school prom or dance.

Prom Alternative is open to 7-12th grade students

Prom Alternative is April 23, 2021. Doors open at 6:30pm. Doors Close at 4:00am with breakfast at Oneighty. Guests will be given a wristband that must be worn at all times during the event. Guests will be provided with transportation from event to event, but may provide their own transportation methods if desired.

Dinner

Location: Le Venue - 109 W Main St, Valley Center, KS
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm

This unforgettable night kicks off at Le Venue with everyone decked out in formal wear. As guests arrive they can enjoy refreshments as well as a chocolate fountain. Enjoy an elegant dinner and take the opportunity to capture the moment with professional photography.

After dinner, it's off to Oneighty. Buses will be provided for transportation to Oneighty and all activities, or guests may caravan.

Oneighty will transport your baggage from Le Venue to Oneighty so you don't have to worry about anything but lookin' good! After you change into something you can rock out in via Oneighty's dressing rooms (we will secure your formal wear so you can go have a good time).

Concert

Location: Oneighty - 5501 N. Maize Rd, Maize, KS
Time: 9:45 pm - 11:00 pm

After dinner, it's time for a live concert with WHATUPRG.

WHATUPRG’s artistry exists on the bleeding edge of hip hop, effortlessly integrating trap soundscapes and Latin rhythms to animate his memorable lyricism. Innovation is to be expected — fans of WHATUPRG’s debut album, Pleasant Hill, can attest to his creative excellence. However, WHATUPRG is entering a new frontier in his career, one where his unbridled boldness about his life experiences is fused to his distinctive sound. His latest EP, RAUL, projects his personal freedom with a clarion call to his fans to fight for the freedom he’s found. For themselves and for each other.

Besides being the title of his latest EP, as well as the 22-year-old’s first name, RAUL is a dare to WHATUPRG’s audience to reckon with the young man on the other side of their headphones making their favorite music From the opening track to the final beat, RG performs a heart-wrenching examination of his Mexican heritage and his Christian faith, illustrating two identities that are inextricably intertwined and yet, at war in the United States. Similarly, art and artist can never be wholly separated but in RAUL, they are one.

In Freeze, RAUL’s opening song, RG journeys back to his boyhood and revisits how his father’s deportation forever altered his home and outlook. For those that intimately know the pain of a separated family, it’s a breath of fresh air. To fans that don’t, it’s an invitation to wake up.

WHATUPRG’s love for his fans grounds his raw, pointed challenge to shift their perspective from apathy to empathy; be it through renewed politics, empathy for neighbors living on the margins, and most especially, their conception of God. In “4AM,” his most personal track, he offers a somber reminder that “Jesus was an immigrant” while observing that “most people don’t give –,” well, you’ll have to listen to the rest.

The project progresses through testimony about the poverty he endured as a child foreshadowed by his father’s forced exit from his life (“Swish”) and a celebratory break up told entirely in Spanish (“Ni Aqui”). RAUL culminates with “Free,” a declaration of his newfound liberty and an acknowledgment of the One who grants it.

“When we admit our brokenness, that’s when we’re closest to freedom,” said WHATUPRG. For him, that’s a reflection of the journey that brought him to RAUL. But for you, the listener, it’s something even better than a personal epiphany. It’s an invitation.


Wichita Sports Forum + Aviate Extreme Air Sports

Location: Wichita Sports Forum - 2668 N Greenwich Ct. Wichita, KS 67226
Time: 10:00pm - 1:00am

After the concert, we'll head over to Wichita Sports Forum & Aviate Extreme Air Sports.

Enjoy a game of sand volleyball, hitting a homerun in the batting cages, shooting hoops on one of six full size basketball courts, flag football, ultimate frisbee, or a game of soccer on both sand and turf fields.

Aviate Extreme Air Sports offers 20,000 square feet of extreme entertainment with the largest foam pits in town, obstacle courses, flying trapeze, extreme dodgeball, air dunk, log roll, and more..

All attendees must sign a waiver in order to participate at Aviate Extreme Air Sports. The waiver can be signed electronically by clicking here and following the instructions.

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The Alley

Location: The Alley - 11413 E 13th St, Wichita, KS
Time: 1:15am - 3:15am

Up next, The Alley. 24 bowling lanes, plus 8 cosmic lanes with giant screens playing music videos, massive arcade and billiards, 16,000 sq. foot indoor sprint cars. (release form required for sprint cars - you can complete them at The Alley).

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Breakfast

Location: Oneighty - 5501 N. Maize Rd, Maize, KS
Time: 3:30am

By now you'll have worked up an appetite and we've got you covered as we head back to Oneighty with breakfast from McDonald's to end the night.

Register

Again, Prom Alternative kicks off at 7pm on April 23, 2021 at Le Venue and ends back at Oneighty at 3:30am. Be sure to plan any ride arrangements needed to get home.

$45 per attendee (Online orders include a small service fee)

Registration must be received by 11:59 PM, April 21, 2021
Payment Due at Time of Registration
Signed Waiver required to participate at Aviate Extreme Air Sports
Registered attendees receive an admittance wristband good for all events
Reminder: Only students grades 7-12 are permitted