Pop-up Phenomenon HAPPY PLACE Announces Final 3 Week Extension

Having taken the city by storm, HAPPY PLACE will continue to share the HAPPY with Toronto until it leaves for good January 27.




The results are in – Toronto loves HAPPY. HAPPY PLACE, the interactive, immersive exhibit with larger-than-life installations and multi-sensory themed rooms, is thrilled to announce a three-week extension of its stay in Toronto.

Following massive sold-out runs in LA and Chicago, it's no surprise that Toronto can't get enough of HAPPY PLACE.

Consistently hosting capacity crowds since opening in Toronto, HAPPY PLACE has made special arrangements to extend its stay and fulfill Toronto's demand for more HAPPY. Continuing its HAPPY mission until Sunday, January 27, 2019, the extension includes updated operating hours and the introduction of NEW HAPPY Hours pricing to give Toronto one last chance to experience this pop-up phenomenon before it departs for its next location  – announcing soon!

Updated operating hours and pricing can be found at HappyPlace.me.

HAPPY PLACE is also pleased to continue its charitable partnership with Jessie's Centre. Net proceeds from the HAPPY PLACE Lemonade Stand go towards helping the organization offer comprehensive services to pregnant teens, young mothers and their children facing obstacles such as poverty and social isolation.

With more than 10 fun-filled, extravagantly styled rooms HAPPY PLACE has made its mark on Toronto. Don't miss your last chance to experience this HAPPY phenomenon.

Highlights include:  

• The world's largest indoor confetti dome with half a million pieces of confetti 
• A 20-foot-tall double rainbow that encourages visitors to jump into a pot of happiness 
• Seven-foot stilettos made of a million candies  
• A Superbloom Room with over 40,000 hand-placed flowers  
• An all-new fully immersive Cookie Room, wrapped from floor to ceiling with a chocolate chip cookie print, and a six-foot-tall cookie ideal for snapping photos that are bound to make your tummy and delight all your senses  
• Canoe Mural by local Toronto artist Jasmin Pannu 
• A Candy Room featuring 63 gumball machines filled with 22,500 white and yellow gumballs and an all-new pink and yellow Candy Café, sets the tone for the perfect sugary wonderland  
• The X&O's Room with thousands of lit up mirrors, featuring a lip-shaped couch and a heart-shaped frame 
• The HAPPY PLACE signature Yellow Bathtub Cubby filled with rubber ducks 
• Dancing on the Ceiling, an upside-down room where you can rock out like Lionel Ritchie 
• Confetti Angels, where you can shake off the winter blues by making warm and happy confetti angels inside 

HAPPY PLACE welcomes all ages and backgrounds and is the ultimate playground for the senses featuring installations curated to bring people together and celebrate moments of happiness in their everyday lives.  

Information and general admission tickets are available at HappyPlace.me. As these remaining Toronto sessions are expected to sell out, HAPPY PLACE advises people to book in advance.

Photo courtesy of Happy Place
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