I had a great month to kick off 2013, full of lots of events, weddings and some killer dance parties.
I rung in the new year at the Tacoma Art Museum with my Integral DJs fam Marc Sense for their Studio 54 party and had a blast spinning all classic disco, funk and boogie. It’s not too often you get to spin in a museum let alone get to play really good music on a big night such as NYE. All around a great booking and we had that place jumpin from start to finish.
Next up was a top notch event for SightLife at the brand new Seattle Museum of History and Industry aka MOHAI in South Lake Union. This new space is nothing short of amazing. Not only a great place to have an event, but a fantastic museum coving all of Seattle’s history in a beautiful art deco style building that was once a Naval Armory. I think I was one of the first DJs to play in the new facility and it sure was a treat. I hope I get the chance to play there again soon.
I thought spinning at MOHAI was going to be untouchable, but then the following week I was able to play at McCaw Hall, home of the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, at Seattle Center for the Washington State Wine Awards and was completely blown away. Such an amazing space. Our event took place in the lobby/foyer area, which is massive, and houses some eye catching sculptures and artwork, as well as some magnificent views of the indoor and outdoor architectural features. This was definitely a very cool addition to my DJ resume and definitely will be a highlight of my year.
Lastly, I wrapped up my January event calendar with a wedding at the world famous Edgewater Hotel on the Seattle Waterfront. The Edgewater was made famous by being the preferred hotel of the most famous Rock N Roll acts of the 60s and 70s, such as the Beatles and Led Zeppelin. I’m sure if those walls could talk, they’d have some very interesting tales to tell. The event took place in the Olympic Ballroom on the top floor overlooking Elliot Bay, with views of downtown and the ferries going by. It was quite majestic and very Seattle. The perfect way to end a pretty packed month of events!
Enjoy some photos below: