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Fun with Minion Temporary Tattoos at the Breakout Party, Universal Studios

Jan 31, 2018   |   4 min read

In case you missed it, Universal Studios Singapore brought adorable minions to life with its Despicable Me Breakout Party last summer. The theme park threw the party to mark the release of the latest Despicable Me 3 movie in Singapore on 15 June 2017.

Minion Mob

The cute Minions appeared to have broken out of jail and broke out into dance frenzy at the Hollywood zone! The Minion Mob took a flashmob concept to ‘surprise’ park visitors. Blaring alarms and frantic policemen marked the start of the flashmob, before the Minions stormed in and danced. Visitors were also entertained by movie Despicable Me 3 character, Rodney Rotten, who hosted an interactive game show at Hollywood Lagoon Stage. Participants were engaged in trivia contest, dance games, and even a banana eating competition

Minion themed Rodney's Rotten game show at Universal Studios Singapore
Rodney’s Rotten game show at Universal Studios | Source –

The party also brought the Super Silly Fun Land to life. Remember how Agnes won her unicorn so fluffy she’s gonna die? Park visitors got to try the famous Super Silly Space

visiotrs partcipate in carnival game at the minion party, universal studios
Carnival games at the Minion Party, Universal Studios | Source –

Minion Tattoos

One of the popular booths at this fun event was Minion tattoos. Visitors lined up to get a pair of Minion temporary tattoos for $2. The collection had an array of characters to choose from. Whether it’s Agnes and her unicorn or Minions in prisoner uniforms, visitors had a hard time choosing which two they want!  To amp up the fun, Minion water guns were used to apply these Minion tattoos.

volunteer applies minion temporary tattoo on participant at the Despicable Me breakout party
Minion Temporary Tattoos at the Breakout Party | Source –

These tattoos were seen decorating wrists, forearms, back of the palms, and even the faces of park visitors!

minion face temporary tattoo on the cheek of man
Minion face temporary tattoo | Source –

The Minion temporary tattoos were a big hit with children. However, they were also widely popular with older crowd. I mean, how could you not go crazy over these Minion Tattoos? Read more about how Temporary Tattoos can increase engagement at your child-friendly events:

All Minion Everything

Apart from the Minion-themed events and Minion tattoos, the theme park also offered Minion-themed food. Foodcart popped-up around Hollywood Boulevard, selling all-Minion food. They sold everything: Minion Swiss Roll, soft serve, cupcakes, even popcorn in Minion bucket. Visitors could also bring more than just Minion tattoo home.
At the Minion Mart, park visitors could match their Minion temporary tattoos with Despicable Me souvenirs. If that’s not enough, there were also several other booths selling exclusive souvenirs from the movie franchise.
The Despicable Me Breakout Party was one of the most anticipated events in Universal Studios Singapore this year. It is one of the few once-in-a-lifetime event held in the theme park. The carnival was fun-filled, interactive and engaging. The event put together a fun and engaging celebration. Definitely the perfect party to mark the third instalment of the popular movie’s opening!

collage of minion themed cupcakes, bottles and other merchandise
Despicable Me Breakout Party Goodies
Minion yummy treats | Source –

Temporary tattoos are one of the fun ways to engage audience, children and adults alike. They can be used at any events, be it carnivals, parties, or even charity events. These tattoos are often customized to tailor to the needs of the events. Having temporary tattoo booth at your events allows a higher engagement rate and make it more interactive.
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Rekha is content strategist and editor at Gumtoo. Rekha is an art and craft enthusiast, she likes working with mixed mediums such as clay, glass and tiles. Fluent in 5 languages, she plans to learn French someday.

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