future-facing ethos behind Expo 2020 Dubai just got tastier as PepsiCo, Expo
2020’s Official Beverage and Snack Partner, revealed its three pavilions – The
Plus, The Bolt and The Drop.
With one pavilion in each of Expo’s Thematic Districts, they will offer refreshing perspectives on Expo 2020’s subthemes of Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability, through an exciting and engaging schedule of experiences, innovations and discussions.
Pepsi® + Lay’s® Plus Pavilion (Opportunity)
inspired by two of PepsiCo’s most-loved brands – Lay’s and Pepsi – The Plus
will ignite curiosity and entice discovery, encouraging visitors to look beyond
their individual horizons towards a world of opportunity and possibility, and
inspiring an ambition to create meaningful change.
Gatorade® Bolt Pavilion (Mobility)
Though interactive games, a re-creation of Gatorade’s Sports Science Institute and a gallery of legendary Gatorade-fuelled athletes, The Bolt aims to make sport a global force for good that is accessible to all.
Aquafina® Drop Pavilion (Sustainability)
Taking the form of a giant water droplet constructed from recyclable cans, The Drop showcases Aquafina and PepsiCo’s work to safeguard water. This includes everything from helping farmers worldwide with sustainable water practices, to smart use of water in manufacturing to PepsiCo’s dedication to reducing, recycling and reinventing packaging.
Running from 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022, Expo 2020 Dubai will bring a new surprise, a new innovation and a new breath-taking sight every day, as it invites millions of visitors to join the making of a new world.
Fifty people who buy a Season Pass or a Family Package will be entered into a raffle to win an invitation for themselves and a guest to Expo’s invite-only curtain-raiser
A world of unmissable experiences awaits, with tickets on sale from 18 July
Expo 2020, English Premier League champions Manchester City and Indian Super League winners Mumbai City FC kick off global partnership
Al Wasl dome, the world’s largest 360-degree projection surface, and Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, illuminated in celebration