After a successful pop-up emporium during his ‘a lot of shows in a row’ run in New York, world-renowned electronic music producer deadmau5 once again has partnered with FANCY.com, the ultimate destination for consumers to discover and buy amazing things, to recreate the ‘lots of stuff in a store’ pop-up shop experience in Los Angeles during his four-night sold out run at iconic downtown venue The Shrine.
The shop-located at 346 N. Fairfax Ave. in the Fairfax shopping district between Melrose Ave and Beverly Blvd.–will be open to the public this Friday, April 28 and Saturday, April 29 from noon to 8:00 pm each day.
The Los Angeles edition of ‘lots of stuff in a store‘ will expand on many of the cool and unique specialty items from the NYC store – which ranged from toys to music to mau5 merch. From limited edition items like deadmau5 x Ron English vinyl toys to mau5trap/deadmau5 art prints/posters, W:/2016ALBUM/ vinyl. Fans can listen to deadmau5 music on Wearhaus’ new social, connected and wireless headphones. Apparel merchandise is always a favorite with the Kid Dangerous collab and a wide range of official mau5 merch. Kef Speakers powers the auditory experience – allowing fans to hear deadmau5’s music in full Hi-Fidelity, studio quality audio while Nanoleaf‘s modular lighting panels will illuminate up the space with custom installations.
Also featured in the store will be many of deadmau5’s personal collection of mau5heads on display, including a one-of-a-kind piece by Ron English created at the lots of stuff in a store pop-up in NYC. The head, available now online at www.omaze.com/deadmau5, was created for charity with proceeds going to Win, the largest provider of homeless shelter and supportive housing services for women and families in New York. Every night, Win provides shelter for over 4,500 people – including more than 2,500 children. Win provides services to 10,000 people per year, and helped more than 800 families transition out of shelter into homes of their own in 2016. Omaze is an online fundraising platform that offers exclusive merchandise and once in a lifetime experiences to support global causes.
All of this is timed around deadmau5’s four-night sold-out run at The Shrine in downtown Los Angeles. The shows, which feature his new Cube 2.1 live production, are part of his national ‘lots of shows in a row’ U.S. tour with support act Feed Me.