We have something to tell you, HAIM fans. In celebration of the band’s forthcoming release, Something to Tell You, they will be hosting a surprise pop-up tomorrow afternoon and playing a special concert you won’t want to miss.
If you manage to be one of the first 100 people in line outside the indie art and performance space Junior High tomorrow at 11am, you’ll be let in and treated to an intimate acoustic performance by the sisters Haim.
LOS ANGELES POP UP SHOP TOMORROW pic.twitter.com/YYGmV4ocWc— HAIM (@HAIMtheband) June 16, 2017
After the music wraps up, the gallery will remain open until 4pm, hung with an array of never-before-seen images of the band, captured recently by photographer Laura Coulson. Fans will be able to pre-order their copy of the new album (due out on July 7 on Columbia Records), shop a collection of exclusive merchandise items and even pick up a limited-edition poster signed by Alana, Danielle and Este (the autographed posters will handed out for free to all with proof of record purchase).
While fans of the band will be excited enough to attend for a chance to see the ladies up close when we have become more used to seeing them on festival stages, there is another reason to turn out for this pop-up: a portion of proceeds from any merchandise sold will be donated to Planned Parenthood.
HAIM’s Something to Tell You pop-up runs from 11am to 4pm tomorrow, June 17, at Junior High (5656 Hollywood Blvd).
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