In case you’re searching for something to do that will make you smile over the Winter Break, stop in at HAPPY PLACE, the Pop-Up wonder as of now in plain view at Harbourfront Center, on Queen’s Quay.
Making its brief stop in Toronto, HAPPY PLACE is 20,000 square feet of whimsical spaces and happy minutes. The interactive, immersive show with larger-than-life installations and multi-tactile themed rooms offers a whole lot of selfie minutes that you won’t have any desire to pass up!
The show presents intelligent and memorable installations curated to ‘Catch Your Happy.’ Space includes the world’s biggest indoor confetti arch with a large portion of a million bits of confetti, and a 20-foot-tall double rainbow that enables visitors to hop into a pot of bliss. Climb into 7-foot stilettos made of a million candies, snap a pic in a super bloom stay with more than 40,000 vivid blossoms, make a gesture of blowing kisses in the X&O’s room, pause dramatically with a mammoth chocolate chip treat, sit in the mark yellow bath set against a mass of many elastic duckies, and substantially more. This joy-filled pop-up experience is sure to put a smile on your face.
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Having taken Los Angeles and Chicago by storm, HAPPY PLACE has just invited in more than 200,000 guests from any semblance of Adele, Kourtney Kardashian, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Kerry Washington, Sabrina Carpenter, Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis, Travis Barker, Hilary Duff, JoJo Siwa, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and many more. International artists DJ Marshmello and Anne-Marie shot a video for their smash hit “Friends” at HAPPY PLACE, now seen by over 100 million viewers.
With more than 10 fun-filled, lavish and over-decorated rooms, HAPPY PLACE offers a stunning setting for a family photograph or your new Instagram profile pic.
Upbeat PLACE runs day by day through to January 6, 2019, at Toronto’s Harbourfront Center (shut on January 1). General affirmation tickets are accessible on the web yet you’ll have to rush. The famous attraction has been to a great degree generally welcomed, and tickets are moving out rapidly. Your ticket includes admission to the exhibit, boundless photograph opportunities, samples en route, access to the HAPPY PLACE lemonade stand (set to give net continues to a neighborhood Toronto charity), great grass diversions and an uncommonly curated retail store. A snack bar features yummy treats like HAPPY PLACE staple Rainbow Grilled Cheese, “Funnel Cake and Happy Hot Chocolate.
Find out more at happyplace.me
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