Lionsgate to Reopen China Theme Park in Late June

Lionsgate to Reopen China Theme Park in Late June
Lionsgate will reopen its Chinese theme park on June 24, which has been closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Lionsgate Entertainment World, touted as the world’s first “vertical” theme park, is located in Novotown on China’s Henqin Island near Hong Kong and Macau. The park features immersive attractions based on Lionsgate movie franchises The Hunger Games, The Twilight Saga and “Now You See Me.”

The re-opening date coincides with China’s Dragon Boat holiday weekend celebration. The company said extensive health and safety precautions have been enacted with partner Village Roadshow Theme Parks operating at 50% capacity and a “one guest one disinfection” policy for every Vr headset, table, countertop, and ride being disinfected following every use. Additionally, cashless/digital payment for tickets, merchandise and food will be implemented.

“We’re pleased to welcome our cast members and guests back to Lionsgate Entertainment World and glad we can accommodate
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