Fat Beats Announces Pop-Up Shop

After closing its doors six months ago, Fat Beats will be reopening.

The legendary hip-hop record store announced that it will be launching a pop-up shop in its Brooklyn warehouse for one day every month, the first of which is taking place this Saturday, March 5.

To help celebrate the first of many events, DJ Spinna, DJ Evil Dee, and Rich Medina will be in attendance, in addition to various surprise guests.

The store, which is located at 110 Bridge Street in DUMBO, will be open from 12–8 p.m. —Amber McKynzie

  • Don mcCaine

    you could’ve explained what a pop-up shop is to get people interested…

    • Corbin

      temporary shop open for a small amount of time. it just pops up outta nowhere type of thing. this one is open one day every month according to the article. they are usually used to promote something but maybe this is to unload old product the store was left holding onto.

      • resr

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  • djundacuva

    If your a deejay in New York and are concerned about WHAT a pop-up store is over the fact that FAT BEATS is back – even if only temporarily.. then you got issues. The location is there, anyone who knows anything about the legacy of Fat Beats should be interested regardless..

  • Don mcCaine

    thanks Corbin…

    @ undacova

    I didn’t say I didn’t know… that was for the youngin’s and out of towners who want music and don’t know…the more info presented the better chance the deadstock can be moved…