A 'Friends' Pop-Up Event Is Coming to Boston
BOSTON – At the moment, it seems like Friends is experiencing something of a Renaissance in the cultural consciousness of the country, even though it really never went away. It's one of the most-watched shows on all of Netflix and in 2019, the show has celebrated its twenty-fifth anniversary of being in our lives. Seemingly to mark the occasion, Jennifer Aniston joined Instagram and shared an image of the cast completely reunited, which is certainly a rare feat.
From left to right: Lisa Kudrow (Phoebe Buffay), Courteney Cox (Monica Geller), Matt LeBlanc (Joey Tribbiani), Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green), David Schwimmer (Ross Geller), and Matthew Perry (Chandler Bing).
There is definitely an everlasting adoration of Friends to this day. And, if you count yourself among the comedy's many super fans, then you are definitely going to want to check out this special Friends themed pop-up event that is slated to come to Boston just next month!
In the Fenway area from November 21 to January 5, there will be a Friends pop-up event that will allow fans of the show to explore famous sets, including the iconic Central Perk coffee shop, as well as put themselves right into many of the show's iconic scenes, like when Joey had his head stuck in a turkey (could be a perfect photo-op for Thanksgiving time) or when Ross was trying to pivot a couch up the stairs of the apartment building.
In addition to the sets, this Friends pop-up will also feature a ton of official props from the show that will definitely be cool to see in person.
As for the tickets, they are actually going on sale tomorrow, according to Superfly, the New York City-based facilitator of the pop-up. And they will be just under thirty dollars per person.
The event first kicked off in the city where the show actually took place, New York, earlier this year and it has produced massive success for both Superfly and Warner Brothers. As such, it only made sense to expand the event and could there be a better city to do that in than Boston?
Image via Flickr / Geoffrey Chandler