Worried your Labor Day weekend plans will get in the way of Popshop this week? Well worry no more, as we’re pushing things back a week to September 8th so as to maximize rage potential and make sure no one misses out. Trust us though, the wait is more than worth it, as this one may well be our biggest lineup ever.
Fresh off a party rocking set at All Things Gold 002 last week in DC are our partners in crime The Knocks returning as headliners, and those who attended their first headline show at Popshop 002 last February will remember it as one of the craziest nights we’ve ever put on. Then bringing the heat in the main support slot is superpop vixen Wynter Gordon, whose omnipresent smash single “Dirty Talk” has had her living at the top of the charts so long she should be paying rent. Rounding out the lineup is NYC’s own hometown hero and firstborn son of the HeavyRoc family Samuel, as well as London via Tel-Aviv electro types Tiger Love, hot on the heels of international dates supporting Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. And as if that live lineup wasn’t massive enough, we’ve got a once-in-a-lifetime, I-was-there-when Goldsmith reunion on the decks, as our superstar alumni Ellie Goulding and Starsmith get together on the ones and twos in the headline DJ slot.
As is Popshop family tradition, we’ll be providing an Absolut Vodka OPEN BAR from 8pm- 9pm and a FREE KEG of Heineken at 2am for our nearest and dearest who decide to rage with us well into the early morning. Changing up our ticket approach this time, the first 50 people to order online can cop $10 early bird tickets, after which all remaining tickets will be $13 in advance and $15 on the door. Tickets are available online from the Popshop site HERE, so move fast to cop that price break and don’t sleep on this one, this will be another sell out.
09:00pm: Samuel // DOWNLOAD: “Champagne Kisses”Tiger Love // DOWNLOAD: "Under Control" Wynter Gordon // STREAM: “Dirty Talk” (Laidback Luke Remix) The Knocks // DOWNLOAD: "Sunshine" Goldsmith // DOWNLOAD: “Black & Gold”