‘The Hunger Games: The Exhibition’ to Make 2nd Stop in San Francisco Starting Feb 2016

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Lionsgate has announced that, after a six-month run in New York City, The Hunger Games: The Exhibition will next visit San Francisco.

Fans in the west coast are feeling lucky today. Starting in February 2016, the Exhibition will be hosted at the Innovation Hangar at San Francisco’s historic Palace of Fine Arts Exhibition Hall. The one-of-a-kind 12,000-square-foot exhibit includes costumes, props, photography, interactive experiences, set recreations and a retail store.

“Sales for The Hunger Games: The Exhibition have been robust with advance purchases outpacing any other film-based exhibition in the history of our venue,” said James Sanna, President of Discovery Times Square. “We’re thrilled to have been chosen as the host venue for the exhibit’s premiere.”

“This is an exciting and dynamic initiative growing our biggest global franchise and enabling fans to become even more engaged in the world of The Hunger Games,” said Tim Palen, Lionsgate Chief Brand Officer and President of Worldwide Marketing.

“We are delighted that San Francisco is the next stop on The Hunger Games: The Exhibition world tour, as it underscores our city’s reputation for hosting engaging cultural events,” said Dan Shine, Curator of the Innovation Hangar. “This immersive, entertaining and educational experience is the perfect fit for the types of events we like to provide our visitors.”

Hunger Times had the opportunity to tour the exhibition in NYC for the first time yesterday, and we cannot begin to describe how great it is! Don’t miss our review plus exclusive pictures here.

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