American Dream has confirmed its opening date of October 25, 2019, when it will open its doors to retail, dining and attractions, including the Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park and DreamWorks Water Park.
Also opening at the mega mall are Big SNOW Ski and Snowboard Park, an indoor snow sports centre, the Ice Rink, a skating and hockey destination, and an Angry Birds 18-hole Miniature Golf.
“We know that the community has been eagerly awaiting the launch of this incredible global destination,” said Don Ghermezian, President of American Dream.
“We have a one-of-a-kind property that will reshape the way people think about entertainment, theme parks and shopping and we are so excited to reveal our incredible Nickelodeon Theme Park, DreamWorks Water Park and Big SNOW Ski and Snowboard Park.”
Retailtainment at Triple Five’s mega mall
More attractions coming to American Dream include the Coca-Cola experience, featuring the Coca-Cola Social Lounge, Merlin Entertainments’ Legoland Discovery Center & SEA LIFE Aquarium, CMX Luxury Movie Theatre, Munchies Food Hall, KidZania, the American Dream Observation Wheel, and the Performing Art Center.
“American Dream brings its guests an unrivalled destination for style and fun,” said Ken Downing, Chief Creative Officer of Triple Five Group.
“Its unique mix of entertainment (55%) and experiential retail (45%) will welcome and entertain guests, embracing everyone in a new retail and entertainment revolution, where everything is possible.”
Legoland and KidZania live the American Dream
American Dream will also boast various Instagram-worthy moments at additional experiences, including a garden with birds and bunny rabbit fields and a tree-like sculpture made of LEDs and ‘leaves’.
“Guests will experience something completely unique each time they visit – this project will be the realization of their wildest dreams,” said Ghermezian.
Speaking to Blooloop, Ghermezian previously shared his predictions for the future of retail, and opened up about how American Dream is thriving in a difficult retail climate.
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