Construction delays push back the opening of the 100,000-square-foot, $100 million Kind Heaven project fronted by Jane’s Addiction musician and Lollapalooza co-founder Perry Farrell at The Linq Promenade. The massive undertaking that takes up the space between The Linq and the Flamingo plans to offer a Southeastern Asia adventure through culture and fashion, music and food, and mystery and danger.
Originally, the project planned to open in August 2019, but now it looks like April 2020 for an opening, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
By day, the space plans to welcome the whole family before turning into a ”sensual exotic journey” at night spanning five floors that include a sanctuary and a forest temple with street foods inspired by markets in Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong.
Farrell, in the meantime, plans to tour the Kind Heaven Orchestra, taking elements from Kind Heaven such as video, actors, and specialty acts on the road “through residencies. We’re going to set up, and we will immerse you in the evening. There will be people around you that will be improvisational actors. We’re going to have dinner and music and different varieties of entertainment.” The Kind Heaven Orchestra plays Los Angeles Nov. 30 and San Francisco Dec. 2.
Farrell recently released the single “Pirate Punk Politician,” and the singer will start his Kind Heaven tour on June 7 in New York.
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