Hold on to your hats, Denver Meow Wolf Lovers.
The Santa Fe, N.M.-based artwork collective is boosting its presence in the Mile High City by collaborating with Elitch Gardens to a ride set to take off next spring.
Dubbed “Kaleidoscape,” the appeal is slated for an April 2019 launch ahead of the coming of Meow Wolf’therefore installment, which will launch in Denver in 2020.
In accordance with Elitch’therefore, Kaleidoscape is a “ densely immersive and fully interactive encounter ” which unites crazy color sound, motion and challenges. ”
They may just save the day if riders meet those challenges, Elitch’therefore said in a declaration.
“All people at Elitch Gardens are thrilled to be partnering with Meow Wolf to create this artistic, mysterious and special brand new trip,” Elitch Gardens spokesman Layne Pitcher stated.
If you ’ve been to Santa Fe to watch Meow Wolf in action, you’ll be in for a trip. CEO Vince Kadlubek states you’re in for a lot of the identical brain-bending outcomes.
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“Over a million people have undergone House of Eternal Return in Santa Fe and we plan to pack as many visuals into Meow Wolf’s Kaleidoscape,” he said in a statement.
At four tales and foot, Meow Wolf’s Denver complex is going to be three times the size of its “House of Eternal Return” in Santa Fe, and will nestle in between Interstate 25, Colfax Avenue and Auraria Parkway viaducts.
The for-profit artwork collective is currently making its name into Colorado, offering grants and marketing boosts for local artists and publications in Denver.