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Los Angeles Gets Its Own FRIENDS Pop-Up

December 13, 2019 by  

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The FRIENDS 25th anniversary celebration continues with a new Los Angeles pop-up.

The activation—from AT&T and Warner Bros. Television Group—includes a number of memorable things from prior pop-ups, including…

  • Central Perk LEGO®: Created by artist Nathan Sawaya, this life-size replica of Central Perk made with more than 1 million LEGO bricks is a marvel you won’t believe until you see. Fans will be able to interact with the set, snap photos on the iconic LEGO edition orange sofa, and get lost in the details of this spectacular art installation.
  • Monica’s Purple Door: Fans are invited to look through the peephole of Monica’s purple apartment door to discover clips and experience scenes in a brand-new way.
  • “Pat the Dog”: Fans can also have a picture paw-fect moment with Pat the Dog, as the re-created multi-season staple from Joey and Chandler’s apartment will be on hand for a fun photo opp.
  • “Give it Your Best” Recording Booth: The karaoke-style recording booth allows fans to sing their “Smelly Cat” hearts out. Fans will step inside to a clip of Phoebe performing the song, then given the chance to record their own performance.

The LEGO Central Perk—which we toured at the Las Vegas pop-up—in particular, is stunning.

Want to visit the new pop-up? Tickets to the “The One in Santa Monica”—appropriately enough—are free and available via reservations at FRIENDSxATT.com. The exhibit runs until December 23.


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