An illustrated promotional poster featuring 1980s cars driving toward a movie theater entrance at night. Above is the logo, "Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience."
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A ‘Stranger Things’ Drive-Thru Is Turning Downtown Upside Down in Time for Halloween

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Note: This article first appeared on UncoverLA and is shared with their permission in partnership with Los Angeleno. You can subscribe to UncoverLA for local retail, fashion and lifestyle news here. Tickets for the “Stranger Things Drive-Into Experience” go on sale this Wednesday, Aug. 26.

Ready to meet the Mind Flayer?

Attention, “Stranger Things” superfans: Unless you’ve been living under an internet-less rock (must be nice), the 24/7 news cycle certainly feels like we’re already in the Upside Down. Come this October (just in time for Halloween), Angelenos can escape reality for an hour when Netflix’s sci-fi horror series takes over “a central Downtown location” in the form of a social distancing-safe drive-thru — and tickets go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 26.

Following last summer’s Santa Monica Pier takeover, the “Stranger Things Drive Into” is transporting Angelenos through time and space to 1985-era Hawkins, Indiana. There, attendees will drive their cars through a multi-level landscape that will include the Starcourt Mall, the Russians’ secret sub-shopping-center labs and (of course) the Upside Down.

Read more at UncoverLA.

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