“In the summer of 1987, a fantastical fairground unlike any ever witnessed landed in Hamburg, Germany. Artist and curator André Heller invited over thirty renowned visionaries—including Salvador Dalí, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Sonia Delaunay—to design rides, games, and attractions into one extravaganza for all to enjoy,” the website reads.
“Some called it a ‘fairground of sensations.’ Others dubbed it ‘the museum of the future.’ He named it Luna Luna. Today, Luna Luna lives on—uniting amusement with the avant-garde to inspire the imagination in everyone.”
The debut of Luna Luna follows the release of Drake’s For All The Dogs: Scary Hours Edition. The LP returned to the number one spot on the Billboard 200 Chart after moving 145,000 equivalent album units in the first week. Shortly thereafter, Drake delivered the “Polar Opposites” music video. Following the release of new music and the opening of Luna Luna, Drake will hit the road for the It’s All a Blur Tour: Big as the What? tour with J. Cole.