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Haute Event: Miguel Performs at LAX Nightclub

Miguel performs at LAX Nightclub. Photos: Al Powers/Powers Imagery LLC
Miguel performs at LAX Nightclub. Photos: Al Powers/Powers Imagery LLC

Hot off his recent concert with Alicia Keys, singer Miguel gave a sizzling performance at LAX Nightclub at the Luxor on Friday night.

The R&B singer made his way into the nightclub accompanied by his father and his girlfriend Nazanin Mandi, looking divine in a white-sleeved mini dress and strappy black heels. Miguel staying true to his suave style sported a tailored gray blazer, black T-shirt and was decked out in flashy silver chains. A humbled Miguel sat at the center of his plush VIP booth surrounded by loved ones and settled into the space, taking in the energy from the entire room.

Just after 2 a.m. the soulful artist took over the mic and raised his glass to toast to his admirers. “Are you ready to have a good time, Las Vegas?” he said, and the energy of the club soared.

Kicking off his performance, Miguel began his hit “Sure Thing” and asked the crowd wave their hands from side to side. As he segued into his fan favorite “Quickie,” the rhythmic heartthrob made his way around the nightclub while serenading a few lucky ladies as he passed.

Appearing atop a platform off the main dance floor, Miguel began his single “Adorn,” for which he won “Best R&B Song” at the 2013 Grammy Awards, giving his fans an up close and personal experience for his last song. As he brought his sultry performance to an end, resident DJ Wellman cut out the music and the star showed off his captivating vocals, continuing the hit a cappella.

As he made his way back to his table, Miguel took the time to greet his fans and spent the rest of the evening celebrating his performance with his entourage.

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New York February / March 2014
New York February / March 2014