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Netflix's 'Money Heist' immersive experience is coming to Miami

Adriana Jimenez

(MIAMI) Time to put on your red jumpsuit and Dali mask. The first international heist inspired by Netflix's Money Heist (La Casa de Papel) is coming to Miami. The immersive Money Heist experience will open in October in a pop-up event offering you the chance to step into the action-packed show and put your heist skills to the test.
Money Heist: The Experience official website

The escape game, created by the entertainment platform Fever in collaboration with Netflix - will immerse players in a fake life-size robbery where they will become part of the iconic "Resistance." The mission is to carry out a robbery, one that will remind you of the series, but with a completely new storyline. The game will last around an hour and will feature scenes performed by professional actors. According to its official page, the immersive experience will have a production full of special effects and is restricted to those 16 years or older.

"Money Heist came out of Spain but captured the imagination of the world. Now Money Heist: The Experience will bring the show even closer to home," Head of Experiences at Netflix Greg Lombardo said in a press release. "From the moment you book a ticket, you will be at the heart of the gang.”

After the robbery, attendees can hang out in a themed bar with appetizers, cocktails, and merchandise available.
Money Heist: The Experience official website

The immersive Money Heist experience is also coming to other cities, including London, Los Angeles, Mexico City, and New York. Each city will experience a slightly different version of the event, adapted to each venue. The venue will only be announced a short time before the event begins.

Meanwhile, with "Money Heist: The Experience" taking over cities around the world, the streaming platform is promoting the end of the Spanish show, which is their most popular non-English language original series. The international phenomenon will premier its final season this year divided into two parts, the first streaming from September 3rd and the second from December 3rd.

Tickets for the event in Miami start at $45 and the waitlist is now officially open. If you are looking to take on the role of ‘El Profesor’, you’ll need to act fast and reserve your spot in advance by signing up here for early access.

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