Younger Dolph Pop-Up Museum Tour Introduced – Billboard - Earning Funda


After the arrival of Younger Dolph‘s posthumous album Paper Route Frank on Friday (Dec. 16), his legacy continues to be immortalized by his Memphis cohorts. His property, label Paper Route Empire and the Entice Museum introduced the DOLPHLAND Pop-Up Museum Tour on Wednesday (Dec. 21). 



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Slated to kick off Jan. 13-15 in New York Metropolis, the DOLPHLAND Pop-Up Museum Tour “will show authentic curated artwork and private objects that mirror Younger Dolph’s unforgettable lyricism, persona, entrepreneurial spirit, philanthropy, and historic moments from his legendary profession,” in line with the press launch. As well as, the Museum Tour will contact down in a number of cities, together with Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, and Dallas. Followers of Dolph should buy unique merchandise out there solely by means of the Museum Tour. 

“The objective of the pop-up museum is to showcase the character of a frontrunner and businessman, and to spotlight the journey of somebody whose early beginnings might mirror that of many younger children and entrepreneurs beginning in order that they might draw inspiration to maintain pushing on their very own endeavors,” Paper Route Empire CEO Daddy-O mentioned in a press release.

“Dolph has an ideal base of followers, and he beloved going out and interesting with them. We wished to do one thing that also offered a means for that engagement past simply the music,” added Younger Dolph’s supervisor and Avenue Execs Co-founder Allen Parks. “We introduced the thought to the Entice Music Museum, and so they had been excited to assist carry a dope expertise to life for all who will attend.”

Followers who bought tickets to the Museum Tour will robotically be entered right into a contest to win $100,000. The winner might be introduced on the finish of the tour. 

Tickets for the upcoming NYC tour might be on sale on Dec. 26, and will be bought on the DOLPHLAND Museum’s web site.


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