All Culture Kings' stores across the country are often welcoming big names through their doors. From music to sporting stars, the past few weeks have been no exception and here are just a few of some of the biggest names to drop into Culture Kings.
Our national rugby union team made a pit stop over to our Brisbane and Pacific Fair stores this week. The boys are in town for their very anticipated Bledisloe Cup match against the All Blacks - which will kick off Saturday 21 October at Suncorp Stadium. The guys were stoked to grab some of our newest arrivals from Carré and The Anti-Order.
RNB superstar Mario visited Culture Kings Melbourne store this week ahead of his tour around the country for the beloved 'RnB Fridays Live' party. Mario is known for his hit singles 'Just A Friend' and 'Let Me Love You' which won him two Billboard Music Awards in 2005. Mario took time out to meet with fans and showed Snapchat viewers around the store.
Rapper Bryson Tiller stopped by Culture Kings Sydney while he in town for Listen Out Festival. Tiller is known for hit debut single 'Don't' which peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100. Last year Tiller also won Best New Artist and Best Male RNB Artist at the BET Awards. Tiller kept a relatively low profile on his visit into the store however, he made sure he spent big and did not leave empty handed. Culture Kings even organised a special meet and greet with Tiller and a fan.
In our second instalment of 'Late Nights', online fitness guru Zac Smith stopped by our Chadstone store. Zac is an online fitness trainer know for his pretty impressive rig and his ability to transform bodies of all different shapes and sizes. Zac was in store for most of the night where he took time out to meet and style fans as well as discuss all things fitness. Zac had a great time in store and the fans loved him helping them dress in Culture Kings from head to toe.
In one of our more recent in-store appearances, hip-hop trio Migos dropped by Culture Kings Brisbane and spent big. Migos were down under for the 2017 Australian tour with multiple sold-out shows. Quavo, Offset and Takeoff spent up to $8,000 in store and then tried their luck on the CK Holy Grail. The guys a great time in store and even jumped on the decks for a little mix. Check out how the day went below.
Kiwi comedian Jimi Jackson dropped by our Pacific Fair store yesterday while on his 'Mamma We Made It' Australian tour. New Zealand born and bred, Jimi has made quite the name for himself with his unique comedy style. Jimi has over 20 million video views and over 175 000 subscribers to his YouTube channel. Jimi caused quite the stir with many fans greeting him at our Pacific Fair store to say hello and have a shop around.
Grammy-award winning reggae hip-hop artist Sean Paul will be stopping by Culture Kings Brisbane tomorrow. Sean will be making an appearance in store ahead of his headlining set at RNB Fridays Live. Sean is known for his massive hits such as 'She Doesn't Mind', 'Temperature' and 'Get Busy' which have all been in the Billboard Hot 100. Sean will be meeting heaps of fans as well as shopping around. Don't miss out on Sean Paul in our Brisbane store today, 21 October at 3pm.
Keep your eyes on Culture Kings' store Snapchat accounts to see who might be dropping into a Culture Kings' store near you.