LAX Reveals Its Renovations

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Performers with avant garde costumes at LAX.
Performers with avant garde costumes at LAX.

Photo Credit: David Becker/WireImage

LAX Nightclub at the Luxor hosted its Mardi Gras masquerade party on Thursday and unveiled its renovation.

Performers danced on the platforms next to the iron-clad doors alongside black leather, studded chairs. Draped in avant-garde attire paired largely with teased hair and feathered headdresses, the dancers spent the evening enticing guests to enter the venue.

To warm up the crowd, DJ Vtech welcomed club-goers with her electronic mixes of Top 40 hits like Beyonce’s “Single Ladies” and Ed Sheeran’s “Don’t.”

Just after midnight, Australian singer/songwriter Betty Who and her entourage settled into a plush VIP booth next to the center of the stage. Shortly after 12:30 a.m., she took to the mic to belt out her energetic songs! Donning a gold and black sequin blazer paired with a black crop top and flirty skirt, she performed an energetic five-song set, including her No. 1 Billboard hit, “All of You” before posing for photos with excited fans.

The party didn’t stop there as DJ Aybsent Mynded delivered a high-energy set for the festive club-goers keeping the crowd dancing into the early morning hours.

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