Over 62,000 people filled a block in West Hollywood for a sprawling three-stage, two-day music festival
Electro-duo Chromeo headlined the main stage in West Hollywood Park on Saturday night for the L.A. Pride Parade & Festival.
Over 62,000 people joined in the official ticketed "L.A. Pride" celebration on San Vincente Boulevard between Santa Monica Boulevard and Melrose.
Tommy Lee (far right) showed up to play drums with singer Brooke Candy (next to Lee). Candy described her costume as "slut clown."
With three stages spread out over several acres, the sprawling festival grounds camouflaged what is normally a busy street in West Hollywood.
Spencer Ludwig brought the brass.
The somewhat hidden "Latin" stage turned out to be an EDM oasis on Saturday night. Nestled in the middle of the Pacific Design Center courtyard, where HBO has its annual Emmy night bash, DJ brothers Edgar and Oscar Velazquez spun a standout three-hour set.
Rapper Young MA had a huge weekend. After playing L.A. Pride, she jetted to Hot 97's "Summer Jam" in New York where she joined Remy Ma's intergenerational female summit on stage with Queen Latifah, MC Lyte and Lil Kim.
West Hollywood Park is the same location where Elton John throws his annual Oscar night party.
It was a home game for Erika Jayne. In addition to being a long time singer, she's on the "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
MAC Cosmetics had the smartest activation at the festival. They set up makeup artists at several glitter-powered glam stations on an elevated stage to prep festival-goers for group pictures on a banana. The lit stage had fog effects and key lighting for the perfect picture. Over two days, the line never dwindled.
This year's festival had RFID wristbands (the same type used for major music festivals) and a major security presence throughout the grounds.