SYMMETRY Launch Party with performance by Golden Filter
W Fort Lauderdale invites guests to celebrate the launch of SYMMETRY with a Special Performance by Golden Filter at the Living Room, Friday, May 21st.
Living Room, W Fort Lauderdale
401 North Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33304
W Hotel Ft. Lauderdale invites you to ride out to the Living Room for a special listening party celebrating the release of Symmetry, the W Hotel’s newest album featuring remixes and some of the hottest music you'll hear at the W Hotels. This one of a kind listening party will be hosted by electronic music duo the Golden Filter who will also take the stage for a special live performance.
Symmetry is a collection of tracks put together under the direction of Global Music Director Michaelangelo L’Acqua for the W Hotels featuring songs by various artists such as Gossip, Pheonix, Sebastien Tellier, The XX and Daniel Merriweather. The album is available at W Hotels stores across the country as well as the online W Hotel Store.
Friday, May 21st take a trip to Living Room at the W Hotel for a private listening party where you can listen to Symmetry side by side one of the albums producers, Golden Filter and catch a special live performance. It all starts at 7pm and admission is free to this event. Before heading out for a night on the town, have some cocktails and listen to new music at the W Hotel.
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