The only copy of Wu-Tang Clan’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Shaolin’ will be played at an art exhibit in Tasmania

Remember the Wu-Tang Clan‘s Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, the limited-to-one album that infamously sold for millions to disgraced “pharma bro” Martin Shkreli in 2015 and was later sold to crypto currency collective PleasrDAO in 2021? People will actually have the opportunity to hear songs from it as part of an upcoming art exhibit. Only thing is, you’ll have to go to Tasmania to hear it.

The album will be on display at the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) as part of their “Namedropping” exhibit and there will be free listening events from June 15-24 in MONA’s Frying Pan Studios where, according to the press release, “a lucky few will get to experience a special Mona-only selection of tracks from the album. You hear talk about once-in-a-lifetime opportunities: this is probably one of them.”

Tickets will be available on Thursday, May 30 and you need to be 18+ to attend.

A little closer to home, Wu-Tang have a few live dates lined up, including Halifax, NS in July and two Las Vegas shows in September as part of their ongoing residency. All dates are listed below.

Wu-Tang Clan – 2024 Tour Dates
Sat, JUL 13 – Light House Arts Centre – Halifax, Canada
Fri, SEP 27 – The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV
Sat, SEP 28 – The Theater at Virgin Hotels Las Vegas – Las Vegas, NV