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Nickelodeon Universe tickets sell out all weekend as American Dream opens

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American Dream is officially opening its first phase today (October 25). However, tickets are already sold out all weekend for the retailtainment destination’s Nickelodeon Universe.

Nickelodeon Universe will have more than 35 rides, roller coasters and attractions, including the Shredder, the Shellraiser, and Nickelodeon’s Skyline Scream.

The 8.5-acre indoor theme park will also include favourite Nickelodeon characters like SpongeBob and Dora the Explorer.

Opening alongside Nickelodeon Universe is The Rink, American Dream’s NHL regulation-sized ice rink. It will feature open skating, figure skating, and hockey tournaments.

Nickelodeon Universe sold out Friday, Saturday, Sunday

According to American Dream’s website, tickets are sold out for the theme park on Friday (October 25), Saturday (October 26), and Sunday (October 27).

The second phase of American Dream is opening on November 27, with the DreamWorks Water Park. The immersive indoor water park will have more than 40 water slides and 15 attractions.

Experiences include Shrek’s Swamp, Madagascar’s Rain Forest, and the Kung Fu Panda Zone. There will also be a lazy river, a 1.5-acre wave pool, and the world’s tallest indoor body slide.

Opening as part of the third chapter on December 5 is Big SNOW, North America’s only indoor real-snow park. The Shops at Big SNOW will open on the same date.

American Dream’s ice rink also opens on October 25

The fourth phase, kicking off in March 2020, will open various shopping and dining experiences, as well as the Observation Wheel.

Also coming in March 2020 are Merlin Entertainments’ SEA LIFE Aquarium and Legoland Discovery Center, a CMX Luxury Movie Theater, and KidZania.

Images: Triple Five

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Bea Mitchell

Bea is a journalist specialising in entertainment, attractions and tech with 10 years' experience. She has written and edited for publications including CNET, BuzzFeed, Digital Spy, Evening Standard and BBC. Bea graduated from King's College London and has an MA in journalism.

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