Hear hear lovers of creatures of the night and retro vibes, Netflix has the perfect event for you. The platform is organizing a festival in Paris dedicated to Stranger Things.
The return of Stranger Things will be celebrated with great pomp from May 26 to 29. As the fourth season lands on May 27 on our screens, Netflix France decides to mark the occasion with an event that should delight all fans. Their patience will obviously be rewarded, since the platform offers them a golden opportunity to immerse themselves in the 80’s universe of the series.
The Upside Down arrives at the Cirque d’Hiver for a weekend under the sign of monsters and the 80s. Visitors will be able to enjoy more than 1000 square meters of unprecedented immersive activities. Between roller-disco, cheerleaders, make-up sessions, challenges at the arcade terminals, there should be something for everyone.
The 10,000 guests will be able to navigate between the stands for one hour. But beware, from Hawkins to Paris via California, danger is never far away… and the bravest will have to face the Upside Down and its bloodthirsty creatures.
Two chances to take advantage
After sharing a cryptic message on Twitter and Instagram, inviting budding investigators to go to a Parisian bar, Netflix still has a few places in stock. 10,000 precisely which will be made available over two days. The first meeting will take place this Thursday, May 12 at 5 p.m. at this address for the first 5,000 places.
The next 5,000 will be available at the same time the next day. First come, first served, so don’t waste a minute. Especially since this dive into the heart of the universe of Stranger Things shouldn’t happen again anytime soon.
Spring Break and Chills
3 years after the conclusion of season 3, Stranger Things returns for a new round of episodes. With the Mind Flayer defeated, Eleven and her friends are scattered across the United States. The whole gang will nevertheless meet for spring break.
But a new threat hangs over the small town of Hawkins, and our heroes will have their work cut out for them. The narration should also navigate with Hopper’s journey in the USSR, while he is in the hands of the Soviet army. Because yes, the character played by David Harbor will return. He obviously survived his jump into the portal below Star Court, and found himself a prisoner far from the land of Uncle Sam.