Ever wanted to travel to space with Britney? Board the Toxic plane? Join the circus with her? Well now you can. A gigantic Britney Spears immersive experience has descended on Los Angeles from January 31st to April 26th.
The 30,000-square-foot pop-up will open on the corner of Fairfax and West Third Street in Los Angeles from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. PT, six days a week, beginning Friday. Tickets are available at BritneyTheZone.com. There’s a reason why Britney has remained a living legend for two decades, so to say thank you for the loyal support and continued love, she’s teaming up with Black Sky Creative and SRExperiences to provide fans an immersive experience to relive the greatness.
The 10-room journey includes the hallway and gym inspired from the “Baby One More Time” music video, the alien world of Mars from the “Oops!… I Did It Again” music video and the airplane in “Toxic,” complete with interactive content on the windows and user-controlled activations.
We don’t want to give away too much, but the rooms for “Slave 4 U” and the Blackout album (today’s the 12th anniversary by the way) might become a few of the fan-favorites. 🐍 🙏🎪
“As devoted Britney fans, we created The Zone as a thank you for the years of joy she has brought to all of our lives,” Jeff Delson, lead producer for The Zone, said in a statement. “Britney loves her fans more than anything. Nothing, absolutely nothing, compares to The Zone. The scale of the venue, the breakthrough technologies, the fashion, the surprises, the special access we were given, and the sheer fun of it all will truly blow people away. As it should be for the Princess of Pop.”