A total of more than 20 new retailers have opened at Music City Mall Lewisville in the last year, with more than half of them scheduled to open this summer.
A spokesperson for the mall, Natalie Boyer, explained that the management intended to assist pop-up shops and companies that had suffered the most as a result of this year’s influenza outbreak. It all started with a unique event at Fair Days in September of last year.
“We’re now doing vendor pop-ups practically every weekend,” she explained.
Boyer stated that the mall intends to continue to promote a varied range of companies by sponsoring events throughout the year. These events will include a diverse range of nationalities, as well as small business meetings and opportunities for community involvement.
On behalf of every tenant and the Lewisville/DFW community, she stated, “We will continue to do everything we can to grow our tenant and customer base”.
A list of the most recent store openings in the mall may be seen below. For a complete listing, please see the mall’s online directory.
Copper Penny, a club and event space, opened its doors on July 20th. On Fridays and Saturdays, beginning at 7 p.m., it serves meals, has live music, and has a full bar. Live music begins at 8 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. 972-896-3036. www.facebook.com/CopperPennyVenue
Hosanna IT Enterprises LLC, which opened its doors in mid-July, provides technical assistance to individuals and businesses. 352-300-7537. https://hosannaitenterprises.com
Jus Kidding Around, which opened its doors on June 19, provides children’s apparel and accessories. The phone number is 469-822-6059; the website is www.jus-kidding-around.com
Kawaii Otaku Plus is a Japanese pop culture store that offers plush toys, figurines, and other tiny items inspired by Japanese pop culture. The business officially opened its doors on August 9. Call 469-240-0670 or visit www.kawaiiotakuplus.com for more information.
Kindred Creatives Art and Literary Press officially opened its doors on July 10th. A quarterly magazine is also published by the bookshop and gift shop. There isn’t a phone number listed on this page. www.kindredcreativeszine.com
Leap Academy, a non-profit after-school program, officially opened its doors on June 14. It provides activities for children aged 3-6. The phone number is 469-312-1087. www.myleapacademy.org
More Than 1 Way Sea Moss opened its doors on July 24 and sells sea moss-infused gels, capsules, and soaps. Call (214) 210-9605, or visit http://morethan1wayseamoss.com.
Papa Coop’s Sublimation Station opened its doors on July 12 and will celebrate its grand launch on August 21. This company creates bespoke T-shirts, photo frames, and phone covers for customers. 469-465-0053. There was no webpage to be found.
The Hair Box, which opened its doors in the middle of July, carries a wide range of hair treatments as well as hair extensions. 901-605-4539. www.facebook.com/thehairbox1
Fashion and accessories from West Africa are the focus of Zal Imports, which opened its doors in May this year. 972-646-8602. www.facebook.com/zalimports-105500481709390
Music City Mall Lewisville is situated at 2401 S. Stemmons Freeway, in the city of Lewisville, North Carolina, USA. Call 972-315-3641 or visit www.mcmlewisville.com for more information. hours: Mon-Thu 11 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Sun. noon-6 p.m., holidays closed.