Pandora’s first annual GRAMMY after-party, sponsored by StubHub, at Create Nightclub attracted a number of music industry executives Sunday night.
Celebrities making appearances at the event included: Lance Bass, Josh Radnor (“How I Met Your Mother”), singer Kate Nash, Whitney Johnson (WNBA), Skylar Diggins (WNBA), Shanell Woodgett (Young Money artist), Sean Faris (“Pretty Little Liars”), James Anderson (Chicago Bears), Elijah Kelley (Lee Daniels’ The Butler) and up-and-coming artists FAARROW, Korr-a, Polina and Tyler Ward. A number of filmmakers, actors and reality stars were in attendance as well.
After the star-studded red carpet, selected guests ventured to the VIP media lounge to enjoy the full-hosted bar, eat hors d’oeuvres and network with music industry professionals.
In Create’s main club area, DJ Adrian Lux spun high-energy music. Most of the guests in the main area received tickets to the event for free after adding the talented DJ on Pandora. However, some eager partygoers paid $500 for tickets to attend this highly anticipated post-Grammy party!
Overall, Pandora’s first annual post-Grammy party was well attended, and we saw a number of independent recordings artists and unsigned artists chatting it up with music executives.
Each annual Grammy party stands out for one particular reason, whether it's extravagance, celebrity turnouts or exciting musical performances. Pandora’s party will be known as the place for young artists to get their names out there and make connections.