KRAMPUS’ COVE gives a dark twist to a festive holiday pop-up

Jesus Figueroa
 Photo courtesy of KRAMPUS COVE
Written by Jesus Figueroa

The holiday season is ahead, for those who are not fans of the typical holiday celebrations KRAMPUS’ COVE, a pop-up holiday experience is returning to Los Angeles for its second time.

Krampus’ Cove takes traditional holiday celebrations and turns them on their head with a dark twist.

The pop-up experiences begins on November 24 and runs through New Year’s Eve.

Finding a home again at Hollywood’s Lost Property Bar, Krampus’ Cove comes from the dynamic duo behind the award-winning Halloween pop-up bar Black Lagoon, Erin Hayes and Kelsey Ramage.

For those who are not into the holly jolly or the buh humbug, there’s a holiday pop-up which may help to celebrate in a new way.

The pop-up celebrates the pulpy and macabre legend of Krampus.

Krampus, for those who are unfamiliar with this dark legend, is Santa Clause is counter-part.

While Santa is portrayed as a jolly bearded man who gives gifts to those who have been good all year, Krampus is a part of European folklore who is an anthropomorphic creature with horns who plays tricks or scares those who have misbehaved.

Guests will encounter a dementedly decked-out space with black Christmas trees decorated with doll heads among other haunting decor.

The soundtrack to this experience will include a playlist of chilling renditions of Christmas classics all to be enjoyed while sipping a menu of seasonal sinister inspired cocktails. 

For those who took part in the experience last year, it is a dark take on a Christmas party.

Krampus’ Cove will be offering ticked experiences throughout the pop up that will include evil elves, Krampus himself and interactive experience for guests.

Each experience will start with a welcome cocktail, followed by a kick off of the evening's events that are approximately 1.5 hours long.

A full cocktail list of themed creepy holiday cocktails will be available once guests are seated.

During the week, seatings are available at 6pm or 8pm, and on the weekend, 3, 5 or 7pm with tickets priced at $25.

Following the entertainment seatings, Lost Property will be open from 9:30pm - 2am, with Saturdays and Sundays open at 8:30pm, with the full menu for un-ticketed walk-in service.

Krampus' Cove pop-up will be available every night of the week aside from Mondays, and will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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