Big Air Trampoline Park will soon open its first Arizona location in Chandler at Alma School and Queen Creek. This will be the Orange County-based company’s ninth U.S. location. Big Air Chandler will celebrate its grand opening on Saturday, June 13 beginning at 10 a.m., with specials and giveaways.

Arrive at Big Air Chandler early on grand opening day for a chance to score some really great prizes. The first five guests through the door will receive an annual membership. The next 20 jumpers will get a day pass, as well as a surprise gift. The next 75 guests will receive a complimentary hour of jump time, as well as a surprise gift. The first 200 people through the door will also score a goody bag of Big Air prizes.

The Big Air Chandler location is a family affair. Ivan Esparza will serve as the park’s general manager. According to Ivan, “We are thrilled to bring the Big Air concept to the Valley. Unlike any other trampoline park experience, Big Air provides an endless amount of family fun and entertainment.”

While Big Air Chandler is all about fun, the Esparza family takes the health and wellness of its team members and guests very seriously. Luis Esparza and his wife, Suhaireirene R. Suady Barake, are both physicians in Sports Medicine and Infectious Disease. Utilizing their expertise, along with guidelines from the CDC and Arizona DHS the pair have created extensive safety measures that will be in effect at Big Air Chandler. These include enhanced cleaning of the equipment and frequently touched surfaces through the day, a nightly deep cleaning, and hand sanitizing stations available throughout. Employees will be temperature checked prior to each shift, and they will be required to wear masks. Additionally, guests are encouraged to book a time slot online, as capacity will be limited to fifty-percent. There is an app where everyone can fill their waiver and buy tickets as well prior to arrival.

Big Air Chandler will feature a 30,000 square feet of wall-to-wall activities. The park has over a dozen attractions for guests of all ages, including an interactive game that is new to Arizona.

Activities and attractions include:

Extreme Dodgeball: The playground classic is reimagined in high-flying 3D on specially designed, side-by-side trampoline dodgeball courts.

Launch Pads: Do the ultimate flips and tricks off of a launch pad onto a giant air bag or into an oversized foam pit.

Big Slam: Never miss the rim on this highflying basketball court. The rim heights can be adjusted to accommodate jumpers of all ages.

The Vortex: Spin into an epic, challenging session dodging rotating beams while jumping on a trampoline.

Wall-to-Wall Big Court: The classic Big Air attraction, flip and fly in a matrix of trampolines in every direction. Guests are literally encouraged to jump off the walls.

Battlebeam: A gladiator-style jousting challenge, test balance and coordination in an attempt to knock an opponent off of a padded balance beam.

The Gauntlet: A unique ninja-style obstacle course featuring numerous challenging obstacles and three difficulty levels.

Zip-line: Fly high on the 40-foot long zip-line and land on an airbag at the end.

Zip-rail: Created exclusively for Big Air Chandler, this unique seated-style zip-line takes guests on a wild wave-pattern ride.

Climbing Center: This area is dedicated to climbing some serious big air. Scale one of the many climbing walls or race a friend to the top of the Rubik’s Cube Tower or face-to-face on a see through climbing wall.

Bull Riding: A test of strength and ability to beat the record time on the bucking bull, Big Bruiser.

Warped Wall: Defy gravity and go past vertical while running up a convex wall.

ValoJump: The first one in Arizona, this interactive, digital trampoline game platform features seven different games and varying levels. Game selection includes single and two-player options, plus the world’s first two-player competition game for trampolines, Super Stomp.

Lil’ Air: A designated space for smaller guests to jump worry-free, featuring trampolines, balls, a foam pit, and much more. To give the little ones even more access to the park, every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Big Air Chandler is open exclusively for kids ages six and under. They have access to the whole park, where they can jump at their own speed and comfort level. Toddler Time is $9.99 per child.

Every Friday and Saturday evenings from 8 to 11 p.m., the lights get turned down, the music gets turned up and the lasers and strobes are fired up for an epic experience, Cosmic Nights. For Cosmic Nights, the cost is $24.99 per person.

With five private rooms, Big Air Chandler is the ultimate place to party! Packages are available for birthday celebrations, team functions and group gatherings. A day at Big Air Chandler works up an appetite, and luckily jumpers can enjoy snacks and drinks from the Big Eats snack bar, which serves such items as pizza, corn dogs, mozzarella sticks, salads, beverages, and more. In addition to plenty of snack bar seating, Big Air Chandler has an abundance of comfortable relaxing spaces for the adults. There is free Wi-Fi, lounge areas with TVs, massage chairs and plenty of charging ports for electronic devices.

Big Air Chandler offers various day pass options for kids ages three to six or guests ages seven and above. One-hour passes are $11.99/$17.99, two-hour passes are $15.99/$23.99 and three-hour passes are $17.99/$26.99. Unlimited day passes are not available while COVID restrictions are in place. Additional hours may be purchased while at Big Air. Air Socks are required for all park guests and are available for $3 a pair. Big Air Chandler will soon launch monthly memberships.

Big Air Chandler is located at 2840 S Alma School Rd, Chandler, Ariz., 85286. For more information, visit or follow Big Air Chandler on Facebook and Instagram @BigAirChandler.