The Sweet Tooth Hotel is reprising one of their fan favorite pop-ups for a limited time.
Inspiration Alley is probably the most photogenic place in Fort Worth. Pretty soon, it’s going to become all the more so with the opening of the Sweet Tooth Hotel’s vibrant new pop-up. [Featured image: @TAVisuals]
Sweet Tooth Hotel, home of the explosive yarn-bomb exhibit and ultra sweet cocktail bar, is bringing a colorful new pop-up experience to Fort Worth.
“Those in the know about Sweet Tooth Hotel look forward to their ever-changing immersive art installations at their experiential venue in Dallas, TX, created by a curated group of emerging and nationally known artists,” the group writes on its website. “Now Sweet Tooth Hotel is expanding their joyful, artistic exhibits to The Foundry District with an experience they’ve dubbed Sweet Tooth ‘Motel’. And this installation is one hundred percent exclusive for each individual group to explore.”
The Foundry District pop-up will include its signature Sweet Tooth Motel – a portable mini pop-up experience – as well as a Motel Lobby filled with rebooted fan-favorite installations such as its Ring Pop-bedazzled cacti and Sunset Lounge. Artists involved in the creation of the exhibition include Cole Keeton, Jencey Keeton, Built By Bender, Dream Maker Builds, and Jordan Castilleja.
The pop-up exhibit is set to open to the public on June 5 and will coincide the debut of Fort Worth Bike Sharing – a fleet of specialty bikes as well as “unicorn cycles” for city-wide use. Tickets are now on sale, ranging from $10 to $50. The former price grants access to two installations but does not include access to the motel, whereas the $50 bundle ticket grants general admission access for five people for up to 30 minutes.
Organizers encourage visitors to book their tickets in advance, as limited tickets will be available at the door. Tickets are non-refundable. The Sweet Tooth Motel launches June 5 and will be open from 11 am to 8 pm on Fridays and Saturdays, noon to 7 pm on Sundays.