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Sweet Tooth Hotel’s Latest Installation is a Must-See

Suit up in space gear and step back in time.

Sweet Tooth Hotel invites you to suit up in holographic space gear and buckle into a rainbow-powered rocket ship to journey into their latest immersive art installation titled “1955.” If you missed out on visiting the first sold out run of Sweet Tooth Hotel in Victory Park, you can look forward to visiting chapter two of the series which explores the theme of retrofuturism through a swirl of color and a step back in time…to the future.

“1955” features five interactive spaces, brought to life from a burst of colorful oil spilled by a Rainbow Rocket Ship. Viewers will be able to interact with new creations by previous collaborators, Built by Bender, Jeremy Biggers, Rob Wilson, Jojo Chuang and Shamsy Roomiani, along with new Sweet Tooth Hotel artists Hatziel Flores and Drigo.

The interactive spaces feature delightful new work including giant robots, alien snowmen, an outer space diner, an anti-gravity wall and an actual rainbow colored rocket ship which guests can walk inside! You can also shop their expanded Gift Shoppe featuring limited edition products and artist works without a ticket.

Hurry to get your tickets! Weekends are selling out and “1955” install closes December 31. But don’t fret, Sweet Tooth Hotel has announced that they’ll expand their space to more than double the size for 2019.

Make sure to grab tickets before they sell out!


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