Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier, and Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement park at Coney Island, and it will be a “very Strange Things” theme, in honor of the season for the first time on Netflix.
If the appearance of an Upside-Down Stars, upside-down ice-cream sundaes, throwback Cola products, and the ’80’s, the era of the Eggo boxes haven’t tipped you off by now, “Weird Things” will soon return for a new season on Netflix.
For its latest campaign, the “Weird Stuff” is the junk food aside and focusing instead on the creation of a kind of freaky, “Weird Things” vibe in the amusement parks on both the East and west coasts.
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On June 29 and 30, and the Pacific Park on the Santa Monica Pier will temporarily rebrand the iconic Pacific Wheel Ferris Wheel He Wheel, which is named in honor of the fictional Indiana town where much of the action in the “Strange Things” take place”, while other stages will have to be translated by “in the show, this is it.”
A Fun Fair is to be held in one of the parking garages, contains a Curiosity in the House is decorated with the “Strange Things”which is inspired by the eccentricities, together with Details of Bike Shops, so guests can take pictures in a vintage bike such as this for all to see on the show.
The pier is the Playland Arcade, it will also rebrand itself as the People of Arcade, for the duration of the fair,” according to Time Out Los Angeles, california.
Additional activities, such as a slime-filled dunk tank, is an act of the People’s High School cheerleading squad, and cover bands, belting out 80’s tunes all night long.
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A smaller, “Stranger Things”, the acquisition will be carried out at Deno’s Wonder Wheel Amusement park at Coney Island, in Brooklyn, between July 4 and July 7. Attractions, and sights to take in a “Strange Things” theme, and the fireworks show is scheduled for the 6th of July, will be branded as the People’s Fourth of July Spectacular Firework Show, which, according to Travel and Leisure.
And since it wouldn’t be the Fourth of July be without a frozen treat, ice cream from Scoops ‘Ahoy’, a fictional ice cream shop featured in the upcoming season, which has already been partially invaded Baskin-Robbins locations across the country.
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As of this post, however, Netflix did not confirm whether the company has plans to open a “Weird Things”, a pop-up shop in your own garage.