LAX Nightclub at the Luxor celebrated six successful years on the Las Vegas Strip with an exclusive performance by the world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez on Friday night. The nightclub was a sight to see as hundreds of guests came together to witness history in the making as they experienced the group’s mesmerizing set take place on its iconic main stage.
Arriving just before 1 a.m., the dance group including Jeff “Phi” Nguyen, Kevin “KB” Brewer, Chris “Cristyle” Gatdula, Ben “B-Tek” Chung, Phil “Swagger Boy” Tayag and Tony “Transformer” Tran were dressed in their signature street wear and expressionless white masks as they appeared center stage. Once the lights dimmed and their futuristic intro came in, all eyes were on the group as they provided a dynamic mix of awe-inspiring choreography with their intricate movements and comedic flare. As they transitioned in between songs, the dance members playfully challenged each other to mini-battles, breakdancing to fan-favorite mega-hits such as “Gangnam Style,” “Harlem Shake” and LMFAO’s “Sorry for Party Rocking.”
Nearing their big finale and to officially commemorate LAX Nightclub’s momentous anniversary, Jabbawockeez paused for a moment as they pointed up to the ceiling where bursts of confetti and more than 600 balloons fell from the rafters. The crowd roared with excitement, as the only lights to be seen in the main room were those of camera phones flashing from all angles of the venue. After their show-stopping performance, the multi-talented group then made their way to their lavish VIP lofts on the second-level where they took photos with adoring fans and partied into the early morning hours.
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