Get your IG ready! After sold-out runs in Los Angeles, Chicago and Toronto, the larger-than-life, interactive art exhibit HAPPY PLACE is coming to Boston for its East Coast debut at 500 Boylston Street on Friday, April 5.
The 13,000-square-foot limited engagement, dubbed ‘the most Instagrammable pop-up in America” (Urban Daddy), will feature 12 lively-colored, multi-sensory-themed rooms. Exhibits include:
- The ‘Super Bloom’ room, filled with 40,000 handmade gold flowers for the perfect, photogenic floral backdrop.
- An upside-down room that defies gravity and bends reality.
- Six-foot-tall X’s and O’s covered in thousands of mirrored squares and surrounded by red lips.
- The world’s largest indoor confetti dome.
- A giant rainbow, complete with a ‘Pot of Happiness’ to jump into.
- The signature ‘Rubber Ducky Bathtub of Fun.’
- The new and wildly-popular ‘Cookie Room,’ which is like stepping inside of your favorite chocolate chip cookie, complete with the aroma of fresh-baked cookies.
- Special features and art unique to Boston.
HAPPY PLACE was founded by Jared Paul, manager for hometown heroes New Kids on the Block. The popup has been a destination for a long list of celebrities, including Diplo, Hilary Duff, Joey McIntyre, JoJo Siwa, Kerry Washington, Kourtney Kardashian, Marshmello, Olivia Wilde, Rashida Jones and many more.
General admission tickets start at $30, plus ticketing fees, and will be on sale to the public at 10 a.m. on Friday, March 22 at HappyPlace.me/tickets.
Visit HappyPlace.me for more information. Based on sold-out runs in previous cities, HAPPY PLACE advises guests to book in advance. The exhibit will run until June 2. HAPPY PLACE is produced by Faculty Productions.
Follow HAPPY PLACE on social media:
- @wearehappyplace Instagram
- @wearehappyplace Snapchat
- @wearehappyplace Twitter
- @wearehappyplace Facebook
Check out these celebrity pics from previous cities: