Going to a Halloween Party as Lil Nas X? Spotify Has Your Costume Covered

Streamer hosts one-day pop-up in NYC with props from musical acts

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If you’re still in need of a Halloween costume, Spotify might just have you covered.

The streaming service will have a pop-up on Saturday, Oct. 26 in New York to celebrate notable artists’ costumes, musical acts and their music videos. Select fans will even be able to take home parts of these inspired costumes.

Bad Bunny sunglasses and nail decals will be there.

“Halloween is about celebrating the best in pop culture,” Alex Bodman, Spotify’s vice president and global executive creative director, said in a statement.

Spotify is no stranger to making a splash with its creative advertising, especially in New York, where it turned a subway station into a homage to David Bowie.



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