January 17 will mark the release of Mac Miller’s posthumous album “Circles” – whose track “Good News” was voted the number one newly released track by Billboard’s “New Music Friday” fan poll.
In what’s to be a bittersweet event, fans of Mac Miller can participate in a pop-up listening party here in Pittsburgh (or if you’re in New York or LA you’ll have a local one, too).
The event, which will be an exhibition to celebrate his music and legacy, will take place on the North Side and is free and open to the public.
According to WYEP, the exhibitions will feature “immersive, intimate, front-to-back listenings of ‘Circles’ in Ultra HD audio”. Listenings will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. Along with the album listening there will be a multimedia fan art exhibition and exclusive, new ‘Circles’ merchandise for sale (all proceeds will go to The Mac Miller Fund).
You can check out the Mac Miller Pop-up Listening Party for two days and in two locations:
Friday, January 17 12pm-9pm
Saturday, January 18 12pm- 9pm
424 Suismon St 15212 (Gallery)
900 Middle St 15212 (Listening Room)
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