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Alternative 13/09/2019

Why Don't We Announce "What Am I" Pop-Up Shop Series

Why Don't We Announce "What Am I" Pop-Up Shop Series

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Why Don't We has announced a series of pop-up shops to celebrate the recent release of their new single "What Am I." Each one-day only event - taking place in six different cities across the country in the coming weeks - will feature an exclusive merchandise line including city-specific items, one-of-a-kind fan experiences, and a special acoustic performance by the band for a limited number of fans.
Cities include Washington DC (Sept 24), New York City (Sept 25), Chicago (Sept 27), Atlanta (Sept 29), San Francisco (Oct 1), and Los Angeles (Oct 2). The stores will be open from 12noon-10pm local time. Exact locations will be announced the day before each pop-up via the band's social platforms (links below) along with details on how to attend the band's performance.

The band's wildly popular 8 Letters Tour has already sold out dates all over the globe, including a stop at New York City's famed Radio City Music Hall that sold out in less than 2 hours. Next month, the worldwide trek resumes in Europe before continuing on to Southeast Asia, Australia, and New Zealand. For ticketing details, tour updates, and more, please visit www.whydontwemusic.com.






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