Last night, XS Nightclub closed out the epic Halloween weekend with a “House of Horrors” themed bash to celebrate the frightful holiday and birthday of its resident deejay Afrojack. The jam-packed evening of unparalleled talent began as Bobby Burns followed by Quintino took the stage and a pulsing music evaded the nightclub.
The man of the hour was escorted into the venue by cocktail waitresses dressed in gory ensembles and joined the exclusive table behind the stage surrounded by enormous video screens that projected one-of-a-kind video to the audience. Afrojack met up with R&B singer and longtime friend and collaborator Omarion, who was sporting a throwback jean jacket and oversized sunglasses. Also to be found within the group was blonde bombshell Holly Madison who was dressed as Disney’s Princess Ariel. The Vegas starlet completed her look with a seashell encrust top and red streak throughout her hair that was pinned back with a starfish shell.
After headlining a blowout party on the eve of Halloween, deadmau5 could not resist returning to the venue for another night of mayhem. Tricks were up his sleeve as he conjured up multiple costumes throughout the evening including Indian feathers, a turtle shell, glowing mouse ears and even covered himself with camouflage.
Shortly after 1 a.m., the lights dimmed and music softened as the crowd erupted when a hooded deejay took the stage simultaneously turning up the bass to reveal himself to thousands of party-goers. Hands flew up in the air as the crowd moved as one dancing to beats of Afrojack.
Toward the end of Afrojack’s set, Alesso joined him on stage while XS’ Managing Partner Jesse Waits presented a four-tier, black and gold shimmering cake to the resident deejay and the crowd wished the sensation a happy birthday. A cloud of confetti feel from the ceiling as Alesso took over the decks and Afrojack joined industry friends backstage for a monumental birthday celebration.
The Halloween party continued into the wee hours of the morning as a mesmerized costume crowd would reminisce on the unforgettable talent they witness for years to come.
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