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Everything you need to know about Mac Miller “Circles” Pop-Up in Pgh

“Circles,” a posthumous album that Mac Miller was working on at the time of his death is being released with pop-up events in Pittsburgh, New York and Los Angeles.

Mac Miller would have turned 28 on January 19. Two days before his birthday, Miller’s family is releasing the album “Circles.” This album is a followup to his 2018 release “Swimming.”

As part of the album release, there will be immersive listening parties held in Los Angeles, New York and Pittsburgh.

Mac Miller "Circles" Pop-Up

Mac Miller “Circles” Pop-Up – Pittsburgh Listening Party

The Pittsburgh event for the Circles listening party will take place on January 17 & 18 in Deutschtown, around the corner from Max’s Allegheny Tavern.

Mac Miller Circles Pop-Up Locations

Gallery @ 424 Suismon St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Listening Room @ 900 Middle St, Pittsburgh, PA 15212

Pop-Up Dates & Times

Friday, January 17 & Saturday, January 18

Noon – 9 pm

Listening session times for both days:

(Listening sessions are free and availability is first-come, first-served)

  • Session #1: 12:30pm
  • Session #2: 1:40pm
  • Session #3: 2:50pm
  • Session #4: 4:00pm
  • Session #5: 5:10pm
  • Session #6: 6:20pm
  • Session #7: 7:30pm

According to the City Paper’s Jordan Snowden, you need to go to the Gallery first to get tickets for the listening sessions. Pro Tip: go early and expect lines. The Friday queue stretched around the block.

The Pittsburgh Current has posted some photos from the gallery and the listening room.

Sunday (1/19) Birthday Celebration for Mac Miller

Separate from the listening parties, the Mac Miller Memoir is hosting a birthday celebration at Stage AE on Sunday, January 19, 2020.

Artist Jeremy Raymer unveils Mac Miller Mural on the North Side

Located just two blocks from the listening party, Pittsburgh mural artist Jeremy Raymer has completed a mural of Mac Miller at the corner of James Street and East Ohio Street.

You can read more about Jeremy Raymer and this mural on the TribLive website.