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sbe’s Nightingale + EVITA Celebrates Pride Month with Dua Lipa, Adam Lambert, David LaChapelle & More
As Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in sunny Los Angeles sbe’s Nightingale has positioned itself as THE night club to attend.
Party goers were treated to an evening celebrating the LGBTQ community with a performance by Orville Peck who wow’d attendees with his cover of Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way.” sbe’s Nightingale’s opening festivities were hosted by the new restaurant delivery app CITIZENS GO, launched by C3(Creating Culinary Communities), the revolutionary food and beverage platform founded by Sam Nazarian. CITIZENS GO provides meal delivery and pickup options across C3‘s network of more than 200 ghost kitchens, brick-and-mortar restaurants and the soon-to-open food halls.
Pop-star Dua Lipa surprised the crowd and arrived with an entourage including her glam team, Chris Appleton and well known stylist Johnny Wujek. Dualipa was dancing the night away next to the DJ Booth with her friends. At one point the DJ handed her the microphone where she welcomed attendees yelling, “Happy Pride Babies!” Other guests in attendance included David LaChapelle, Daphne Guinness, and Diplo. Notable Youtube Stars, Nikita Dragun, Gigi Gorgeous and Patrick Starrr were also in attendance amongst the crowd. After his performance, Orville
Peck treated himself to fries from Umami Burger, food tech platform C3’s brick and mortar and digital restaurant brand. Overall the evening was a success with a packed house, kicking off both LA’s reopening and Pride Month!
COVID can’t keep a legend like Bunny down
As we are all experiencing the coronavirus quarantine, I’m sure many of your first instincts are to find something to watch on the many streaming services we have available.
This Sunday evening we finished World Pride 2019 with a closing ceremony party hosted by MTV, VH1 and World Pride NYC.
Food, drinks, Leland, Betty Who, and Normani
While the artists were the main attraction at the 2019 Governors Ball, the food and drinks provided this year were surely a highlight of the jam-packed weekend.
Just in time for Pride Weekend, the W Hotel Union Square held an open-format discussion on gender identity and sexuality as part of the chain’s”What She Said” global speaker series Thursday.