Fans of the beloved Emmy Award winning POP TV show Schitt’s Creek have been anxiously anticipating the Lincoln Park pop-up “Schitt Happens” within Replay, which specializes in unauthorized pop-ups for pop culture themes such as Friends, Game of Thrones, and Rick and Morty.
The event opened on February 12, 2021, and three days later show co-creator and star Daniel Levy, who plays David Rose confirmed that the event was unauthorized and not sanctioned by Schitt’s Creek.
“Heard about a Schitt’s-inspired pop up happening in Chicago. I appreciate the enthusiasm but the event isn’t sanctioned by Schitt’s Creek and rumors of cast attending are untrue. Encouraging all to keep making choices that do not risk the health & safety of themselves and others”
The link to purchase reservation tickets for this event at Replay Arcade, located at 2833 N Sheffield Ave reads as follows:
Schitt Happens Pop Up 21 and UP
*THIS IS NOT AN OFFICIAL SCHITT’S CREEK EVENT
Schitt is going down starting February 12th, with the launch of our newest pop-up Schitt Happens, running through April 1st! $20 per person for table reservation and $20 beverage credit. This socially-distanced pop-up will include a new food and drink menu (enchiladas and cocktails anyone?), photo-ops including the 🌹Rosebud Motel, Cafe Tropical, Moira’s Wig Wall, the iconic welcome to Schitt’s Creek sign, and more! We will be featuring local vendors/artists selling goods over by Rose Apothecary Wednesday through Sunday.
Prepaid reservation for parties of 2 to 6 $20 per person
It is unclear if Schitt’s Creek will be pursuing any legal action or if this was just a way for Daniel Levy to squelch any rumors alluding to cast members appearing at the ongoing event.