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When Swedish House Mafia came to town over the weekend for the two final shows on their One Last Tour before heading to Ultra Music Festival, everyone expected they'd go out with a bang. Given the routine awesomeness of their live show stage productions, the final blowout had to top all else, and the Swedish trio certainly delivered. For two nights at Masquerade Motel in Los Angeles State Historic Park, their two-hour set from the monolithic LED wall of a stage was complemented by a psychedelic laser light show, sparkling pyrotechnics, fake snow and bubbles blasted into the crowd of 35,000 (per night!) and vibrant fireworks exploding in the sky above. Check out this Instagram roundup capturing stellar moments from Friday and Saturday night and see the Swedish House madness for yourself.
Despite being notorious weather wimps, a little rain and frigid temperatures did not keep 35,000 beat-hungry Angelenos from raging Friday at Masquerade Motel, Swedish House Mafia's mini music festival held over the weekend and completely outdoors in Los Angeles State Historic Park. As the first of their two nights in L.A. on their One Last Tour, billed as the Swedish EDM trio's final tour together, L.A. was unwavering in its commitment to donning its skimpiest raver gear and making the most of Masquerade Motel's less than hospitable weather conditions and muddy grounds up until the final seconds of "Save The World."
Swedish House Mafia killed it in NYC this past week with their break-up party, One Last Tour, sharing the fun with some 60,000 Big Apple fans. Following Thursday's Black Tie Rave, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso and Axwell hit up Madison Square Garden on Friday and the Barclays Center for another two nights of raging. Check out some of the Instagram highlights from the SHM weekend rave. More»
The weekend everyone has been waiting for is finally here. If you're anything like us, you've been counting down the (never-ending) work days until Swedish House Mafia's 5-day takeover in NYC. They began their "One Last Tour" last night with the Black Tie Rave at Hammerstein Ballroom. 100% of the proceeds from the night went to the Mayor’s Fund To Advance New York City, Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and Save The Children. Following last night's show, the trio will continue on to Madison Square Garden with Pete Tong and Armand Van Helden, and then finish up with three nights at the Barclays Center. More»
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Over the weekend in NYC, Andre Saraiva, Andre Balazs, and Thomas Hayo hosted a pre-Halloween bash at the Boom Boom Room, Allison Sarofim held her annual Halloween party and guests showed up dressed in line with the Picasso theme, Kim Kardashian dressed as a mermaid while hosting the Midori Green Halloween party at Avenue, and more!
Halloween concerts offer two distinct advantages. The performer isn't the only one in a costume, and it's treated as the biggest event of the year. Regardless of what you choose to wear, our list compiles some of the most see concerts you can go to this year to ensure you have a great holiday.
Last night in NYC, Jon Hamm came out for the preview screening of Woody Allen’s newest film To Rome With Love, Niia performed at M.A.C. Cosmetics private dinner at Acme, Skrillex was the surprise guest at the Samsung Galaxy SIII launch with Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Aoki took over Terminal 5, and so much more. Last night's parties were all about the special performances. More»
Samsung Mobile US celebrated the launch of the Samsung's newest phone, the Galaxy SIII, last night at Skylight Studios with performances by Sebastian Ingrosso and Skrillex. Twilight's Ashley Green had the honor of hosting the event, which was dedicated to the most innovative smartphone on the market, a phone that takes sharing to the next level. More»
Friday, May 24
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.