With Blessing Of Hip-Hop Icon’s Estate Tupac Museum To Open In Los Angeles 

In January, Los Angeles will be the home of a limited-running museum in the memory of late rapper Tupac Shakur. It will be established for exploring the life, music, and legacy of the late rapper. It was designed in partnership with Shakur’s estate, which is supposed to be working on this project for years. Extra North American urban communities and dates will be reported later, according to the show’s site.

Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free” (the museum)  takes its name from a passage on the album The Rose That Grew From Concrete, Volume 1, which was released in 2000. One of the exhibit’s co-producers told the Times that it tells “a story about race in America using Tupac as a proxy.”

Some information is given below:-

  • “Tupac Shakur. Wake Me When I’m Free” is scheduled to open on Jan. 21 in downtown Los Angeles.
  • Tickets will go on sale at wakemewhenimfree.com beginning at 10 a.m. Nov. 12. Fans can sign up online for access to pre-sale tickets.
  • It is located at The Canvas @ L.A. Live in what the New York Times describes as “a newly built, temporary 20,000-square-foot space.”

The project is described as a “fully immersive, thought-provoking experience that explores the life and legacy of the acclaimed artist and activist.” It’s also only for kids over 14 and comes with a “sensory warning” due to “strobe lighting effects, simulated gunfire, and sudden loud noises.”

The exhibit “leverages technology, contemporary art and never before seen artifacts from Tupac’s personal archives.”According to the website.

The exhibition will “dig into the more obvious signs of his activism, music, and progressive workmanship, as the show instructs and educates participants through a maze of feelings, as they take this journey through his exceptional life.”

Shakur was shot and killed in 1996 at the age of 25.

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