This Famous Traveling Art Exhibit Is Coming To Dallas This Summer
29Rooms is filled with fun.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite celebrities get their super cool pictures with all the insane art and cool set designs? The truth is, they were probably taken at one of the new cool instagrammable pop-ups that are taking over and Dallas is getting a new one that an incredible amount of celebs have visited across America. 29 Rooms is an interactive art exhibit that will be opening its doors in Dallas from August 9th to the 18th.
The experience brings audiences 29 different rooms all with different themes. The rooms are not only amazingly beautiful but they are also meant to send a message and get audiences thinking. Some of the positive messages include topics like equality. The pop-up stays deep and meaningful while never losing its fun, colorful, and ultimately breathtaking side. The exhibit has been traveling around the world since 2015 and expectations are high for when it finally arrives in the metroplex.
People are so excited, in fact, that Early Bird tickets have already sold out! Don't worry, General Admission tickets are still up for grabs. Tickets start at just $34 and work their way up to $50 depending on the day. The rooms are filled with mirrors, lights, and graffiti amongst other sights and sounds, really transporting audiences to a crazy wonderland.
Some notable celebs that have visited the exhibit include Kali Uchis, Demi Lovato, and Chance The Rapper. There are 11 Dallas collaborators who have rooms in the exhibit which means you'll also be supporting local artists when you visit.
29 Rooms will be located at 1135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215. For more information and to purchase tickets, you can visit their website here.
For the coolest time recreating your favorite celeb's photos with all your friends, you need to check this place out when it opens this summer!
Address: 135 S. Lamar St. Dallas, TX 75215
Why you need to go: This exhibit has 29 rooms filled with one of a kind interactive experiences for its audiences.