The robot kings of dance Daft Punk made their return to the stage last night performing with the Weekend at Grammys, but they were also busy in Los Angeles this week opening up a pop-up shop with classic memorabilia and exclusive merchandise for fans. Several media outlets are reporting that the French duo made a rare appearance at a private party at the shop outside of their signature helmets. The store is almost a museum to the world-conquering team who have sold millions of songs, currently still riding high the success of 2013’s ‘Random Access Memories’ which won the 2014 Album of the Year award at the Grammys.
DP’s cult-like fans have been flocking the pop-up shop this week which is only open until February 19th. The walkthrough video has been video over 500,000 times since being posted on February 10th shortly before the temporary store opened. Other EDM luminaries like Skrillex have been drawn to the pop-up, check out an IG video of him doing a DJ set there below.
The Daft Punk Pop Up Shop is located inside Maxfield’s Gallery at 8759 Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles.
Daft Punk Pop Up Shop Opening pic.twitter.com/JBNE3sKIyx
— yourforeigner (@Streetfashener) February 11, 2017
Daft Punk pop up shop was unreal pic.twitter.com/LeSG0PIeC8
— Jocelyn Calvillo (@jocelyncalvilo) February 13, 2017