Photographer Erik Kabik’s Favorite Photos of 2011 Part 3
On Wednesday, we shared 10 more of photographer Erik Kabik’s favorite photos from 2011. Today, we reveal 10 more of the moments that Kabik considers highlights from the year. In his words, “I chose these images as some of my personal favorite moments and also moments that stood out because of their pop culture or newsworthy significance.”
Here’s a look at 10 more of the best images of 2011. We’ll reveal more of his photos throughout the week.
Did you check out Kabik’s favorite photos part one?
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Yoko Ono joined by her son Sean Lennon, who bears a striking resemblance to his father John Lennon, at The Beatles Love by Cirque du Soleil five-year anniversary event at the Mirage.
The Flaming Lips perform their signature spectacle of a show at The Boulevard Pool at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas.
Rihanna’s electrifying performance at Mandalay Bay Events Center.
Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett and Hank Baskett celebrated her birthday in Las Vegas with two parties at Venus Pool Club and Pure Nightclub at Caesars Palace.
Deadmau5 performs at Encore Beach Club at Encore Las Vegas as his popularity steadily exploded during 2011.
Mayor Oscar Goodman’s final walk out of his office as Mayor of Las Vegas. He would moments later swear in his wife Carolyn Goodman as the new mayor of Las Vegas and turn the keys over to her.
The scene from high above Electric Daisy Carnival on day three during the Swedish House Mafia set.
The Electric Daisy Carnival Las Vegas 2011 brought more than 200,000 people to the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The three-day Electric Daisy Carnival held at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway in June 2011 pumped more than $136 million into the Clark County economy, according to an economic impact report just released by Beacon Economics LLC. The study, commissioned by the producers of Electric Daisy Carnival, revealed that the festival generated an estimated $8.9 million in tax revenue for state and local government, the equivalent of 1,400 full-time jobs, bringing in $55.5 million in income for workers in Clark County.
DJ Afrojack on the main stage at Electric Daisy Carnival on day two.
Paul McCartney performs to a sold-out crowd at the MGM Grand. Yoko and Sean Lennon are seen in the audience singing along during the show.