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If you live in Los Angeles, you are in for a real treat this Halloween. Stranger Things fans can now visit the town of Hawkins from the safety of their cars.

The Netflix series is recreating some of its most iconic sets and is inviting superfans to take part in an interactive experience this October.

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Due to coronavirus, the typical Halloween celebrations we are used to taking part in are kind of canceled this year. However, Secret Cinema is determined to make Halloween 2020 one to remember for Stranger Things fans.

A Stranger Things-themed immersive experience is set to run in Los Angeles this October. Called the Stranger Things: The Drive-Into Experience, the event brings the Netflix series to life with an hour-long experience that transports visitors back to Hawkins in 1985.

The entire adventure takes place from the safety of your own car. During the excursion, you’ll visit the Starcourt Mall, the Russian labs and, yes, even the Upside Down. Visitors will stop at each location for an extended period of time to take in the scenery and perhaps watch a few different scenes play out.

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The experience will take groups of 24 cars at a time through “a world of bitchin’ tunes, mullets and monster hunts.” The sets are complete with actors in costumes and special effects as seen in the series.

At this time, no specific location or opening date has been shared. So far, we know that the Stranger Things experience is taking place in a “central location” in Downtown Los Angeles and is expected to open in October.

Those wanting to attend the event can add their names to a waitlist via Fever. Proper tickets for the Stranger Things Drive-Into Experience go on sale Wednesday, Aug. 26 at 12 P.M. PT. Tickets start at $59 per car.

More information on the interactive event is available here.

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