After two super successful exhibitions in LA and NYC, Sunnyhues Entertainment Company is bringing back their Happy-Go-Lucky exhibit to SoHo at the end of this month.
The Happy-Go-Lucky exhibit is wildly popular and immersive which means you’ll feel totally surrounded by the interactive LED technology used. There are 8 different themed rooms in total and it takes about 45 to 60 minutes to complete from start to finish.
Their latest installation, known simply as “the kaleidoscope” will be included in the exhibit this year. It's taken a team of engineers over one year to complete this space and it involves LED technology and screens to create an ever-shifting field of color and various lighting effects around you.
Their other rooms include the Diamond Palace, a room covered entirely in mirrors, and The Infinite room which is an infinity mirror like you’ve never experienced before. A giant chandelier stands front and center in The Infinite room to create a dazzling light effect of endless reflections on all sides, to create a truly immersive experience.
The Happy-Go-Lucky exhibit also focuses heavily on nature. Their Petrichor room is described as an oasis for the senses as it carries a beautiful scent of lush flowers and giant flower installations that move slowly and even change colors. This, along with their Conch Flowers room which contains a giant conch shell and the soothing sound of ocean waves will have you feeling relaxed, as if you're actually outside on a tranquil vacation.
The new site for the exhibit will be located at 32 Mercer Street in SoHo, Manhattan. Happy-Go-Lucky will open Wednesday, June 23rd and will run until August 18th of this year. They are open Monday through Thursday from 11am-8pm, Friday and Saturday they'll be open from 10:30am-9pm and on Sundays, 10:30am-8pm.
Tickets for adults (ages 16+) start at just $31 and children will get in for just $17.