The Motown Museum will open a pop-up store Friday in Detroit’s Greektown.

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  • Photographer Jim Hendin photographed the covers of more than 40 Motown albums.

A new pop-up store celebrating the sounds of Motown is scheduled to open in Detroit’s Greektown on Friday.

Although the famous Hitsville USA building on W. Grand Boulevard was Temporarily closed earlier this summer due to flooding. And renovations expected to begin this fall, the new Greektown pop-up will allow Motown fans to show their support by purchasing heartwarming merchandise.

“While the museum has paused tours as we prepare for our exciting expansion, we are thrilled to provide a retail location for Detroiters and visitors from around the world to find special gifts selected for the Motown fan at their lives, “said the president and CEO of the Motown Museum, Robin Terry, said in a press release.

The pop-up grand opening will feature former Motown label photographer Jim Hendin, who is responsible for filming more than 40 Motown albums, including Marvin Gaye’s. What’s the matter. The first 50 attendees during Hendin’s 1 pm appearance will receive a glossy, signed copy of the legendary cover.

The Motown Museum pop-up store soft opening will be from 10 am to 5 pm at 580 Monroe St., Detroit.

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