Daft Punk announces own pop-up gallery in Los Angeles

On their Instagram page, Daft Punk recently announced that they will be opening up their own pop-up store and gallery in Los Angeles. The museum will take place at the Maxfield Gallery from February 11-19.

The pop-up shop will consist of archival set pieces, costumes, and props, and displays of various artwork and photos. Maxfield Gallery had revealed that robot helmets will be showcased throughout the week as well.

Daft Punk merchandise will also be available for purchase during the event. Attendees will be able to buy limited edition apparel from Gosha Rubchinskiy, Off-White, Enfants Riches Deprimes, Darkdron, Hervet Manufacturier & Han Cholo, New Era, Medicom, K-Way, Wham-O, Russell Yo-Yo, Fisher Space Pen, and more.

With all of the rumors hinting at Daft Punk’s return, this pop-up gallery could be a sign of a potential comeback. While it does not officially confirm their return, it does give fans hope that the legendary French duo are finally going back in business.

Additionally, Daft Punk is set to take center stage during this year’s Grammy Awards, which will be the pair’s first live performance since 2014. They will be performing alongside The Weeknd, who they collaborated with for “Starboy” and “I Feel It Coming”.

Check out Daft Punk’s post below, with further information regarding the pop-up shop.