The secret is out! Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience will officially open at Skylight ROW DTLA on Wednesday, October 28.
L.A., do you copy? The beaming neon lights at Starcourt Mall have been switched on and the doors will officially open at Skylight ROW DTLA on Wednesday, October 28! So grab your flashlights, buckle up and prepare for an electrifying adventure into the mysterious world of 1985 Hawkins.
Start your journey by tuning into Hawkins Radio and travel back in time with 80s classics—besides, you never know who’ll be on the line, someone could be trying to send a message. Once you roll through the portal at the Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience, expect nothing to be the same as it ever was before. What was once the sprawling urban complex of ROW DTLA will be transformed into an explosive multisensory universe loaded with all the spine-chilling 80s nostalgia you’ve come to love.
As you traverse through more than 400,000 square feet, the intricate layers of this one-of-a-kind dimension will begin to reveal themselves. Pull into the food court drive-thru and enjoy a bite before things really turn uʍop ǝpᴉsdn. Characters will suck you into a riveting narrative inspired by the Stranger Things series, written in partnership with The Duffer Brothers exclusively for this event. But for your own safety, keep your doors locked and windows tightly wound up.
In this hour-long journey through flickering neon scapes, the unmistakable sounds from the series’ composers, Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein, will envelop you in a mind-bending sonic atmosphere that’s been created specifically for the experience. If you haven’t got your tickets already, don’t panic! Sales have been extended into next Spring, so you still have a chance to venture into this supernatural labyrinth.
This first-of-its-kind “Drive-Into” experience is co-produced by Netflix and Fever, the premier event discovery platform that enables experience seekers across to discover the best in local entertainment. Creative direction has been provided by Secret Cinema, best known for constructing epically scaled, intricately detailed fan experiences based on popular film and TV titles, including the recent sell-out Stranger Things show in London.
Listen up, nerds! Get tickets before the portal closes forever.