According to creator Perry Farrell (Jane’s Addiction frontman and Lollapalooza founder), Kind Heaven seeks to capture an entertainment experience that is “a hybrid of theater, festival and film.” With guests free to roam among costumed performers and experience themed rooms, storylines, 40 food stations, multiple music stages and even holographic monkey wrestling where visitors can bet on the winner (really) it just might.
“The idea came from a very vivid dream. I saw Kind Heaven as a city from overhead as if I was a bird or an angel. I came down upon the city, landed on the city, watched a girl pickpocket someone who was passed out on the street, run away and there I was in this place,” Farrell told Forbes magazine
. “So I started to storyboard the whole thing. When I finished the storyboard came the music. I did the tracks with Tony Visconti, but that came later.”
This Southeast Asia-inspired attraction is currently set to open on the Las Vegas Strip in August 2019.