'Love Island The Experience' is coming to the UK so you can be an islander too

Love Island is just a few days away.

If you applied for this year’s round but didn’t make it, or are just a massive fan of the show, we’ve got good news.

ITV and The Luna Cinema have just announced ‘Love Island The Experience’, a project that will see Madeira Drive on Brighton Beach and Chavasse Park in Liverpool One transformed into mini-villas.

In other words, put on your best swimwear, get some Love Island merchandise (the water bottle, of course) and get flirting.

Each site will mirror the setting you see on the show, with huge outdoor LED screens so you can watch the show at the same time, of course.

There are plenty of photo opportunities for the ‘Gram around the fire pit, the infamous bedroom and the Beach Hut diary room.

Guests can also pose with a giant replica of the aforementioned Love Island water bottle, before grabbing a drink at the Love Island cocktail bar.

What’s more, islanders who are booted off the show will also swing by on occasion for exclusive guest appearances.

‘Love Island continues to grow in popularity year on year and we’re delighted to be working with The Luna Cinema to create a brand-new event for fans this summer,’ said James Penfold, controller of partnerships at ITV.

‘Love Island The Experience will offer audiences the chance to engage with the show in a whole new way, with sharable photo backdrops, guest appearances and of course live screenings on a giant screen, all coming to two fantastic locations in Brighton and Liverpool.’

The event will be held in Brighton from 19 July until 29 July and in Liverpool from 23 July until 29 July.

‘Love Island has amassed an enormous cult following in recent years, and so we feel makes the perfect subject for a live event experience, where fans of the show can gather to not only enjoy the live episodes surrounded by like-minded people, but also get unique photo ops,  sharable moments and really immerse themselves in the world of the villa,’ said George Wood, founder of The Luna Cinema.

Ticket prices start from £14.50.

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