Christmas is coming to the Queen Mary to start a new holiday tradition in the 2018 winter season. A Queen Mary Christmas is setting sail from November 23, 2018 to January 6th, 2019 and bringing holiday cheer to the harbor. Aboard the Queen Mary you can experience a wide array of festive activities that are fun for the whole family including ice skating, building gingerbread houses, decorating stockings, listening to live carolers sing your favorite holiday classics, witnessing a tree lighting ceremony, drinking hot cocoa while listening to Mrs. Klaus’ stories, meeting Santa, and a 4D Polar Express experience.
If you are looking for a unique dining experience with immersive elements, exceptional set design and fabulous costumes look no further than Disco Dining Club and Grim Wreather’s The Flowering of the Strange Orchid. Inspired by the classic HG Wells’ short story, this experience brings to life the beauty of exotic bloodsucking plants with an incredible 5 course meal by the talented Laurent Quenioux of LQ Foodings. This private event at a beautiful Los Angeles residence will have you feeling like a Hollywood A-lister and provide you a out of the ordinary experience.
From the makers of the infamous Pageant of the Masters, a staple of the Laguna Beach artist community since 1932, brings you Pageant of the Monsters a Halloween festival and celebration. This family friendly event provides Halloween activities for all ages and a hauntingly good time. With a maze, arts and crafts, airbrush tattoos, an alien autopsy experience, a reptile zoo, fortune tellers, scaractors roaming the grounds, and art boutiques, there is something for everyone at Pageant of the Monsters.
Approaching sun down, we anxiously drive an hour off I-5 down a long deserted dirt road towards The Groveland Hotel. As we continue winding up a steep incline, we notice our cellphone reception starts to get spotty. Isn't this how every horror movie starts? Our minds start to race assessing possible outcomes of our stay at The Groveland. Our experience started long before we even reached Room 15 believed to be occupied by a departed gold miner, Lyle.
Deep within the halls of the Queen Mary, there is a room filled with seemingly ordinary items from the past. However, these items hold spiritual significance that allow them to be used as a conduit for communication with the spirits. These items open up the world between the living and the departed. They invite ghosts to pass over the threshold and interact with the living.
Major studios are investing a large portion of their marketing budget to fund activations that are popping up all around the nation. Midsummer Scream invited major players in immersive activations to discuss their experiences. Christie Decker, of the IT Neibolt House walkthrough, David Wally, of the Westworld activation at SXSW, and Josh Randall, who developed The Strangers and Hulu's Castle Rock activation, discussed their experience producing major marketing events.