Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit: A Dazzling Art Immersion

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Visit Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit and Immerse Yourself in the Enchanting Art in Miami

By Samantha Butts

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Telly Garden, photo courtesy of Happy-Go-Lucky.

Sunnyhues Entertainment is moving the “Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit 2022” to Miami this spring. The wildly popular immersive art exhibit takes you on an incredible journey where you become immersed in the art.

The Happy-Go-Lucky (HGL) Exhibit provides a magical and fantastical journey through ten art rooms that occupy 18,000 square feet in Miami Aventura Mall.

The pop-up exhibit will be in Miami from April 16 through the summer. In the past, the exhibit took place in New York City and Los Angeles.

What to expect

The Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit combines lighting, fabrication, sculpture, sound design, and optical illusions to create unique sensory experiences. The exhibit has added new immersive artwork and installations to travel through a never before seen multisensory environment.

The HGL Exhibit has ten art rooms, including the all-time favorite, The Diamond Palace, Pure Pearl Pool, The Illusion, Telly Garden, and their latest installment The Kaleidoscope.

Within the multi-sensory exhibit, you can immerse yourself in their environments designed to enchant and accentuate those who go through it. The Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit works to dazzle you.

Most visits last 45-60 minutes. Your visit will conclude 60 minutes from the start of your session time.

The alluring exhibits

With ten art rooms, there is a lot to see and experience at Happy-Go-Lucky.

The newest installment to HGL is The Kaleidoscope. It uses 360° digital screens to create a shifting field of color and lighting effects around the visitor. Inside the tunnel, colors change, shapes morph, lights shift, and patterns spin.

The installment was inspired but the kaleidoscope toys. Made with tempered glass with reinforced LED screens that can be directly stepped on, the room is sturdy and shatterproof.

It took over a year for Sunnyhues Entertainment to design and developed the durable touch LED technology, which is one the first of its kind in the world.

An all-time favorite at the exhibit is the Diamond Palace. The palace uses mirrors to reflect lights and colors, turning the room into a mesmerizing, seamless geometric pattern. The room is full of optical illusions and dazzling lighting effects with diamond shapes that expand and reflect creating a dreamy and unforgettable experience.

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Illusion, photo courtesy of Happy-Go-Lucky.

The runway in the palace offers a perfect space for individuals and groups to take stylish and one-of-a-kind photos that will make all of your followers jealous.

The Pure Pearl Pool is an immersive pool space that is all white and filled with pear-shaped balls. The room welcomes guests to relax and play.

Patterns blend and collide in yellow and black lines in The Illusion. The colors create an optical illusion of space, which allows visitors to explore the distorted field of depth.

The Telly Garden is a technical nursery where tropical bulbs flourish. Nature grows and weaves around CRT TVs and is illuminated by the screen’s nostalgic glow. The exhibit creates a static bouquet.

Taking photographs or videos is permitted and encouraged for private purposes. You can get the perfect picture for your social media in one of the many art rooms. However, no flashlight, tripods, selfie sticks, drones are permitted.

If you do take pictures and plan to share your experience on social media, make sure to use the Happy-Go-Lucky hashtags, #HGL or #happygoluckyexhibit, and tag the exhibit at @happygolucky_exhibit.

Sunnyhues Entertainment

Sunnyhues Entertainment, established in 2013, delivers on being the best interactive and immersive entertainment experience company. They strive to bring top-quality entertainment and digital media content to people all over the world.

They have projects from art exhibits, organizing live concerts, creating strategic marketing plans and events, producing and promoting music, and managing artists and celebrities.

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Photo courtesy of Happy-Go-Lucky.

Come prepared to Happy-Go-Lucky

When you visit the Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit, you want to be prepared.

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The Rainbow Maze, photo courtesy of Happy-Go-Lucky.

To enter the exhibit, you must bring a valid government-issued photo ID and an electronic or printed copy of your confirmation email. You also need to have the credit card used for the purchase, and a valid photo ID that matches the credit card used.

A face covering or mask must be worn inside the art space at all times by both visitors and staff, so bring one that fits snugly over both your nose and mouth.

If you plan on purchasing admission or merchandise at the exhibit, be sure to bring a credit or debit card as the location does not accept cash.

Getting tickets

The exhibit is open Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays.

On weekdays (Monday through Thursday) admission tickets are $29. On the weekends (Friday through Sunday) the tickets cost $32. Toddlers three and under can receive free admission.

The exhibit is for all ages. Visitors under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

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Picture Reef, photo courtesy of Happy-Go-Lucky.

Visitors can easily purchase tickets on the Happy-Go-Lucky website, by selecting “Reserve Tickets” at the top of the page. Here customers can select their desired date and time, and insert their payment information. Ticket sales are final, so HGL does not allow cancellations.

Happy-Go-Lucky recommends arriving 15 minutes early, as admission to the exhibit is not guaranteed if you arrive late.

What else do you need to know?

The Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit does not allow food, drinks, chewing gum, or illegal substances inside the art space. You will need to dispose of any before arriving for your visit.

Thankfully, HGL will provide a complimentary treat when you exit the exhibit.

Some of the installations may use strong lighting, projection effects, and loud surround sound. Sunnyhues Entertainment does not recommend HGL for individuals who may become easily unbalanced, with a family or personal history of epilepsy, anxiety, heart conditions, a history of seizures, and/or sensitivity to flashing lights.

With dazzling, one-of-a-kind art rooms, the Happy-Go-Lucky Exhibit is the perfect place to visit this spring.