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Netflix Announces Immersive 'Stranger Things' Experience

Coming to New York and San Francisco in Spring 2022.

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Netflix Announces Immersive 'Stranger Things' Experience

Coming to New York and San Francisco in Spring 2022.

Netflix and event discovery platform Fever have teamed up to deliver a new immersive experience based on Stranger Things

Following last year’s Stranger Things drive-in theme park in Los Angeles, the upcoming experience will allow guests to embark on an adventure through the darker side of Hawkins. The new storyline will take participants into a “parallel universe where they will have to run the gauntlet of the terrors lurking in the dark and unlock their secret powers to help save the town,” as per a press release. After a successful escape from the Upside Down, fans will have the opportunity to explore and interact with the show‘s most iconic locations.

“We know our Stranger Things fans will embrace the chance to be the heroes of the story, working alongside Eleven, Mike and the rest of the gang to escape the evil threatening to consume Hawkins,” Greg Lombardo, Head of Experiences at Netflix, said. “As Dustin would say, it’s time for a curiosity voyage – so bring your paddles to travel!” he added.

Stranger Things: The Experience will arrive in New York and San Francisco in Spring 2022. Prices for tickets start at $54 USD and can be purchased online on July 8. Sign up here for the waitlist to receive early information on ticket availability.

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