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Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Halloween 2019 Update: HAUS OF CREEP

It's August, so it's already time to talk about Halloween, because in LA it starts next month. Creep LA is back with HAUS OF CREEP, another new concept to scare and disgust you. It looks to be heavily influenced by selfie experiences and Instagram museums... in that it hates them. This new setting has you freely walk around discovering over a dozen installations, while some new creeps interact with you. Oh, and a deranged puppet show always sounds fun. Sort of like an art museum at night with the lights off is close to what we think it might be like.

Tickets drop tomorrow here, 8/15/19

From press the release:
The roughly 75-minute multi-sensory exhibit brings guests into the world of Creep L.A., a darkly satirical and terrifying send-up of social media-driven culture. With the growing popularity of “grammable museums”, businesses and consumers are devouring art as a commodity. HAUS OF CREEP sets out to remind us that art is alive, and it can’t be restricted to a little square photo without dangerous consequences. HAUS guests will spend the hour roaming the avant-garde and nightmarish playground of over a dozen installations, witnessing grand and shocking scenes as well as intimate scares. Elaborate lighting and diverse and detailed environments create a surreal world in which guests may find themselves lost— unsure of where reality ends and the show begins. HAUS OF CREEP tells its story with a cast of 20 provocative characters and features a sultry lounge, small dark spaces, shadow plays, deranged puppet shows and innovative analog installations by MEDIA POLLUTION.

HAUS OF CREEP is housed at the ROW DTLA, encompassing a 5,000 square foot gallery space in the historic downtown Arts District. The twisted 21+ experience will feature four shows a night with up to 50 guests per performance. Upon arrival, guests will enter a CREEP lounge where they can enjoy a selection of beer and wine throughout their stay at the HAUS OF CREEP. 

September 13th through November 3rd on all weekends with some weeknights available. 
Doors open at 6:15 p.m. with shows beginning every 90 minutes.

We'll save all the new mazes coming to Universal's Hollywood Horror Nights for next time,