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The Chainsmokers Open First In A Series Of Pop Up Stores

05-07-2017
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The Chainsmokers

(Radio.com) The Chainsmokers have opened a pop-up store in San Francisco from May 5-7. Store hours will range from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. The band will also open up pop-up ventures in Toronto and New York City in the next two months.


Located at 55 Wentworth Place, between Chinatown and the Financial District, the small store will feature limited-edition band merchandise such as posters, clothing and other exclusive items. Every purchase at the store also comes with an entry to win surprise gifts.

There will be in-store raffles and giveaways of exclusive, signed merch every hour. Fans are encouraged to check-in frequently with the hashtag: #MDNOpopup Read more here.

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