What’s better than attending Coachella? Attending all of the exclusive parties filled with your favorite musicians and other hot celebrities.
Interscope Records set the bar over the first of the two-weekend extravaganza with their own festivities built for royalty. Taking over a luxury estate in Palm Springs, CA, the records label brought their A-game to their yearly Coachella party.
Artists, tastemakers and industry professionals alike gathered to celebrate the weekend of music. Over 30 movers and shakers in the industry were in attendance, including 6LACK, Amber Mark, A-OH, Arin Ray, Benny Blanco, Bipolar Sunshine, Brooke Burke, DJ Megan Ryte, DJ Mustard, Earthgang, Ella Mai, Jacob Banks, Jaira Burns, Lil Bibby, Matt Miller, Matt Sorum of Guns N Roses, Melody Thornton of The Pussycat Dolls, Mitch, Ryan Tedder of One Republic, Todd Edwards and Yungblud.
Sharing in on the festivities were Interscope Records, Apple Music, and RCA Records executive members: Archie Davis – Senior Executive Urban Music, Interscope Geffen A&M, Carl Cherry – Head of Artist Curation, Apple Music, Daniel Sena – Head of Strategic Marketing, Interscope Geffen A&M, Dennis Dennehy – EVP Communications and Artist Strategy, Interscope Geffen A&M, John Janick – Chairman/CEO, Interscope Geffen A&M, Joie Manda – EVP, Interscope Geffen A&M, Steve Berman – Vice Chairman, Interscope Geffen A&M, Tim Glover – A&R, Interscope Geffen A&M, and Tunji Balogun – SVP A&R RCA Records.
Attendees savored bites catered by celebrity chef Adam Perry Lang. The party was sponsored by AllSaints, Electric Sky Wine, Bud Light, and Kleenex Wet Wipes.
Tags: 6LACK, A-OH, Amber Mark, Arin Ray, Benny Blanco, Bipolar Sunshine, Brooke Burke, DJ Megan Ryte, DJ Mustard, Earthgang, Ella Mai, Jacob Banks, Jaira Burns, Lil Bibby, Matt Miller, Matt Sorum, Melody Thornton, Mitch, Ryan Tedder, Todd Edwards, Yungblud
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