Barranquilleros aroused curiosity for a sign alluding to the series located in one of the most emblematic places in the city.
A “new portal” will open in the city of Barranquilla. This has been announced by the production company Netflix after choosing the capital of Atlántico as one of the venues where the launch of ‘Strangers Things’ will take place, one of the most watched series on the streaming platform.
This premiere of the fourth season of ‘Strange things’will have as a stage the Great River Boardwalkone of the most iconic places in La Arenosa.
The event will take place on Thursday, May 26 at around 7:15 p.m. in the Plaza de las Luces.
Barranquilleros have been impressed and in anticipation of what this release will be after seeing a luminous sign with the logo of the suspense series.
Regarding this production, it should be noted that ‘Strangers Things’ shows that when a child disappears, his friends, family and the police are involved in a series of mysterious events trying to find him. His absence coincides with the sighting of a terrifying creature and the appearance of a strange girl.
“Something big will happen in Barranquilla,” says the announcement of the Barranquilla Ministry of Culture about this event, which is totally free and in which great public attendance is expected.
SOMETHING BIG WILL HAPPEN IN BARRANQUILLA ?!
This May 26 the portal of @Stranger_Things will open and Barranquilla will go to “The Other Side” ?. Are you willing to follow this adventure and find the mystery that hides in the @Granmalecon_baq ??? pic.twitter.com/bYtJxYpwig
– Culture Department of Barranquilla (@SecCulturaBaq) May 25, 2022
It is worth noting that in addition to Barranquilla, other portals will be opened in London, Madrid, Milan and New York.
The ‘Demogorgon’ that chases Eleven, Will, Mike and Dustin, in @Stranger_Thingswill arrive in Barranquilla, this May 26. @NetflixLAT will put our @Granmalecon_baq at the height of tourist sites in New York, Madrid, Tokyo and Milan, opening a portal to ‘The Other Side’. pic.twitter.com/ETqFuTyDeo
– Maria Teresa Fernandez (@MariaTeresabaq) May 23, 2022
Cover photo: @melleestrada_
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