The exhibit was supposed to open April 18, but COVID-19 delayed that date until June 6. Then the show was held off another five days because of the curfew in Victory Park. But, as it turned out, the postponement wasn’t all bad.
“Everyone created their concepts a year ago and they have been working on them ever since. I think the show is is actually even bigger than it would have been because everybody just continued to work over the extra 3 months,” said Sweet Tooth Hotel Founder Jencey Keeton.