DC is about to be “Happy.” Pharrell Williams‘ hat from the 2014 Grammys is so famous that it’s going to be a part of national history. Arby’s, who bought the hat from Pharrell after the award show, announced Monday that the Vivienne Westwood design would officially be on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., from Aug. 22 till Oct. 26.
Scott Williams, senior vice president of marketing at the Newseum, told the Washington Post: “Pharrell’s hat is a great addition to the Newseum and will serve as a great example of the impact of social media today.”
The fast food chain bought the hat from the “Get Lucky” singer for $44,100 — the money was donated to a children’s charity. The song “Happy” went viral after appearing in “Despicable Me 2″ and fan-made videos of the tune became a global trend.