A pop-up shop/exhibition is one way that Jay Z’s Reasonable Doubt album will be celebrated on its 20th anniversary.

The pop-up shop, a partnership between Kareem ‘Biggs’ Burke and Fancy.com, will be held from October 20-23 at 347 West Broadway in Manhattan.

Fans eager to immerse themselves in the Reasonable Doubt pop-up experience can buy tickets at Roc96.com. Tickets to the pop-up shop are available for $50 and $100, and come with a shopping credit equal to the amount the ticket was purchased for.

Thanks to the addition of a replica of the Studio B Control Room from D&D Studios, which will boast original studio equipment, the pop-up shop will give attendees a sense of what it was like as Jay Z recorded his debut album with help from DJ Premier.

D&D Studios, which was purchased by DJ Premier, closed its doors last year.

Reasonable Doubt, which served as Hov’s formal introduction to the world, dropped on June 25, 1996. The album featured guest appearances from Memphis Bleek, Foxy Brown, Mary J. Blige, and Biggie.