Influencers grab your long-suffering partner/friend/photographer - the "world's most Instagrammable exhibit" is coming to Auckland
The pop-up Happy Place, which will opens its doors on April 17, features giant, colourful installations and multi-sensory immersive rooms tailor-made for getting that content.
Organisers say attendees will be able to get snap-happy in the world's largest indoor Confetti Dome, a giant rainbow complete with a jumpable 'Pot of Happiness', a 'Rubber Ducky Bathtub', a cookie room scented with the aroma of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies, an upside-down room that defies gravity, and 'Super Bloom': a room filled with 40,000 golden handmade flowers.
There will also reportedly be a few "unique features with a Kiwi twist".
"We founded Happy place on the simple idea that the world could use a lot more happiness, and after seeing the joy it brought people in America, we knew the experience was something special," says organiser Jared Paul.
"Since then, we have made it our mission to inspire more smiles and laughter by providing a momentary escape, but we never dreamed we'd be able to bring a little bit of happiness all the way to New Zealand."
Hundreds of thousands of guests visited the very first Happy Place pop-up, including celebrities Adele, Kourtney Kardashian and Olivia Wilde. Buzzfeed called the Los Angeles event "Instagram Heaven".
It's not the first photo-worthy exhibit to make its way to Aotearoa. The recent Van Gogh exhibition which took up in residence in Christchurch and will be coming to Auckland has resulted in social media feeds flooded with sunflower selfies.
Happy Place opens at Auckland's Spark Arena on April 17.