Trap Music Museum Moves to Florida

Trap Music Museum Moves to Florida

  1. Spearheaded by Atlanta rapper, T.I., the Trap Music Museum was a huge hit when it was opened in October of 2018. The purpose of its initial opening was to, “[use] art to showcase the rich culture of trap music, one of the most popular genres of music today… by paying homage to the inspiring trials and triumphs of today’s biggest trap stars and providing a platform for emerging artists,” according to the trap music museum home site. There was such an overwhelming response from the public that in order to follow up its success, another installment of the trap museum will be opening in Miami, Floria to be called “Lil Trap House.”


The Lil Trap House team took to Instagram and shared the following caption under its announcement post: “It’s official! We are vibin’ out in Overtown, Miami Florida. Check us as we grand open this weekend with surprise guests and giveaways!”


The museum is located at 920 NW 2nd Ave in Overtown Miami, Florida. Its grand opening kicks off during Martin Luther King Jr. weekend. Starting on Friday, January 15, and on Saturday, January 16, the museum will be open for admission from 4 p.m. to 12 midnight. On Sunday, January 17, the museum hours are from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tickets are $20 per person and in adherence to the current COVID restrictions, face masks and temperature checks will be required for entry. Hand sanitizer will be available and social distancing parameters will also be strictly enforced. 


During this grand opening period, many special guests will be in attendance, prizes will be given away and there is even a day dedicated to giving back to the community. In addition, Miami Hip Hop and R&B radio station, 99 Jamz, is going to be broadcasting live from the event, making sure everyone attending stays in good spirits. For more information, you can go to the museum’s instagram page at @liltraphousetmm or you can visit .

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