American electronic DJ and production duo, The Chainsmokers makes a record for the biggest show in LA Historic Park History. Check out the post below.
The duo producer shared the news via Instagram with the caption, “Holy shit LA that was 10/10. Thank you to all our friends, fans, and family that made this our most special show we’ve ever done here and the biggest show in LA Historic Park history. We hope to do this every year with you all 🙂 THE PARTY NEVER ENDS
Also thank you to our amazing team @productionclub @clancysilver @weareadptv @mattmcguiredrums for helping us create this amazing production that we will continue to build on throughout this year.”
Billed as a “day-long celebration of inclusivity, collaboration, and just plain f–ing fun,” Saturday’s show brought out 18,798 people to Los Angeles State Historic Park, breaking the venue’s all-time attendance record. The incoming storm held off for the night, as the crowd partied to The Chainsmokers’ biggest hits under open skies and fireworks.
The Chainsmokers took to the stage as the sun went down, joined by surprise guests Maluma, Shenseea, 347Aidan, and Carlie Hanson, who all performed their recent collaborations with the dance music duo. As their two-hour set came to an end, the guys debuted their new track “Summertime Friends” for the first time live.
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The Chainsmokers Make Record Of Biggest Show in LA Historic Park History