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Stars Hollow From 'Gilmore Girls' Is Being Rebuilt In L.A. This Month
To celebrate upcoming premiere of Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life (a four-episode return for the beloved show), L.A. will get a chance to escape to Stars Hollow.
Netflix announced today that they will "bring Stars Hollow to life with The Festival of the Four Seasons," which will take place at UCLA's Dickson Court on Saturday November 19th, and Sunday November 20th. Stars Hollow will be open from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on those days, but maybe if you hide under the gazebo you can live there forever and your only evil leader will be Taylor Doose.
Along with other charming qualities of the fictional town, you'll find Luke’s Diner, Kim’s Antiques, Taylor’s Olde Fashioned Soda Shoppe, and yes: The Gazebo.
RSVP is required in order to attend and access will be on a first-come, first-serve basis. Get your free pass to Stars Hollow right here. (Update: the tickets have out very quickly sold out. We've asked organizers if more will become available and will update when we know.)
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