Clash Pop-Up Store to Open in London’s Soho Next Month
Clash Pop-Up Store to Open in London’s Soho Next Month -
A pop-up store celebrating the work of punk pioneers The Clash is set to open in London next month.
The opening of Black Market Clash will coincide with the September 9th release of ‘The Clash Hits Back,’ ‘Sound System’ and ‘The Clash 5-Studio Album Set.’
Set to open its doors from September 7-22 at 75 Berwick Street in Soho, Black Market Clash will display rare punk artefacts such as instruments and stagewear, plus memorabilia and original manuscripts.
Fans will also have the chance to listen to tracks as they were recorded in a special state-of-the-art listening lounge as well as watch rare film and video footage.
Experts from Fender will also be hand to give demonstrations of how to perform Clash classics such as ‘London Calling’ and ‘Rock the Casbah.’
“We are delighted to host one of London’s most iconic bands which is so fitting with Berwick Street’s music heritage,” said Simon Quayle, director of Shaftesbury plc, a major landlord on Berwick Street.
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