3d doubt your eyes

People keep showing up to find highly anticipated Toronto event doesn't actually exist

A highly-anticipated event in Toronto caused confusion among visitors once they arrived at the exhibition's venue and discovered it was nowhere to be found. 

If you were keen on visiting the 3D Doubt Your Eyes exhibition in Toronto, you might want to readjust your plans, because multiple visitors informed blogTO that the event was not actually present at its intended venue. 

The fully interactive exhibition has skyrocketed in popularity after touring the United States, Europe, and the Middle East, captivating millions of visitors. 

The event features 3D hand-paintings and illusion scenes that promise to give you the opportunity to immerse yourself in a "fantasy world." 

The all-ages event was publicized to take place at the Artscape Sandbox at 301 Adelaide Street West from April 1 to May 19. 

After arriving at the venue, visitors were greeted with a heart-wrenching sign which read, "this event was publicized and was not confirmed. Please contact the organizer of the event for further details." 

3d doubt your eyes

The event cancellation sign posted on the Artscape Sandbox. Photo: blogTO. 

blogTO attempted to contact the venue and the organizer of the event to understand why the event cancellation took place but did not receive a response in time for this article. 

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