This Wednesday, March 29, world-renowned electronic music producer deadmau5 kicks off the first of a four-night sold-out run at NYC’s legendary Hammerstein Ballroom. The shows, which feature his new Cube 2.1 live production, jump-start his national ‘lots of shows in a row’ U.S. tour with support act Feed Me. Alongside his nights at Hammerstein, there is more deadmau5 excitement to be had with lots of stuff in a store, a specialty pop-up emporium of exclusive goods for sale.
The shop-located at 157 W. 24th Street –will be open this Friday, March 31, Saturday, April 1 and Sunday, April 1 only, from noon to 7:00 pm each day. It is presented in partnership with FANCY.com, the destination for discovering and buying amazing things curated by a global community. Look for world renowned visual artist Ron English to make a special appearance at lots of stuff in a store on Friday, March 31 at 4:00 pm where he will paint a custom mau5head that will be offered online at omaze.com to support Win.
deadmau5’s lots of stuff in a store, presented by Fancy, will feature many cool and unique specialty items such as limited edition deadmau5 x Ron English vinyl toys, installation of deadmau5’s personal collection of mau5heads on display, limited edition mau5trap/deadmau5 art prints/posters, W:/2016ALBUM/ vinyl, Kid Dangerous merch collab, Wearhaus and KEF audio installations and a wide range of official mau5 merch.
For details regarding the Ron English piece check in with www.omaze.com starting March 31 at 6:00 pm ET. States Christine Quinn, President and CEO of New York City-based charity Win which will receive the funds for the one of a kind item, “Addressing our homelessness epidemic is the work of our entire city – not just service providers and policymakers. The incredible generosity of artists like deadmau5 and Ron English proves that our cultural community can be a catalyst for change. We look forward to using these funds to give mothers and their children the tools they need to break the cycle of homelessness once and for all.”
Win is 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.
More than just ‘lots of stuff in a store,’ the retail experience will reflect the light, sound and energy that are synonymous with deadmau5‘s shows. Lightscapes and quality sound will complement each other as Kef Speakers power the auditory experience – allowing fans to experience deadmau5’s W:/2016ALBUM/ studio album in full Hi-Fidelity, studio quality audio with amazing Blade Speakers. For a more personal listening experience, guests will have the exclusive opportunity to listen to deadmau5’s latest release stuff i used to do on Wearhaus’ new social, connected and wireless headphones. Nanoleaf‘s modular lighting panels will dance across the walls, while Richard Clarkson’s Smart Clouds, the motion-triggered, music activated lightning & thunder performance, will dress the ceilings, giving guests an immersive auditory and sensory experience from floor to ceiling.
lots of stuff in a store located at 157 W. 24th Street is open to the public and will be Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 from 12:00pm – 7:00pm.