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A Rick And Morty Pop-Up Is Coming To Austin Next Month

Rick and Morty has been an iconic show ever since it first aired. Many wonder what led to the show's crazy success, but the answer is simple, it's a comedy unlike anything that has graced our television screens before. That, and the fact that an actual Rickmobile is touring across the U.S., with one of the pop-up's next stops being in Austin

On Friday, November 1 from 6 to 9 p.m. the Rickmobile will be stopping in Austin to bring the city exclusive merch and endless laughs. To make things GPS-friendly, 5701 W Slaughter Ln., Austin, TX, 78703 is exactly where the pop-up will be located. Just look for the giant Rick and once you see him, you'll know you're in the right place.

The Rickmobile will be carrying exclusive, custom-designed Rick and Morty collectibles in limited quantities so you'll want to be one of the first ones there to ensure you're getting what you came for. There's no shame in camping out for something as cool as this!

No cash or checks will be accepted, only cards. Parking is also limited and chances are you'll have to use a meter, so that's even more of a reason to keep your cards on you. 

If you're not from the Austin area, be sure to check out their official website and see if the Rickmobile is coming to you anytime soon! San Antonio, Dallas, and Katy are a few of the Texas cities that are on that list. 

Rickmobile: Austin, TX

Price: Varies 

When: November 1

Address: 5701 W Slaughter Ln, Austin, Texas 78749

Why You Need To Go: It's your one and only chance to get exclusive Rick and Morty merch!

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