See you at the MDBP!


We’re the new kid at this year’s Mad Decent Block Party, hitting up 13 cities over the next three months as one of the event’s official partners.

Beginning July 19th, we’ll zigzag our way across the US and Canada, stopping in cities such as Toronto, New York, Philadelphia, Las Vegas and Los Angeles.

The Jillionaire of Major Lazer fame will be blogging live from the tour, giving you a glimpse of what it’s like to be on the road with this non-stop party tour. Check back when the tour kicks off on July 19 to see his blog.

When asked about the partnership, The Jillionaire said: “I think the biggest similarity between Urbanears and Mad Decent is that they have both been able to successfully develop a culture around their brands. Urbanears has a large community of people that are loyal to their products in the same way that Mad Decent has built a community of artists and fans, which is evident in the expansion of the MDBP series this summer.”

We’ll also be giving away tickets to all 13 stops via Facebook, so make sure you like our page to receive up-to-the minute updates and offers. Click here to enter the contest now, or use this link if you’re on mobile.

Find out more about the Mad Decent Block Party here.


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