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Back Wall Table (Small)4 GUESTS | $1,000.00 MIN
Tables 15, 17. Table located on the back wall. (Bottles start at $400 each)
Back Wall Table6 GUESTS | $1,200.00 MIN
Tables 50-58, 60-65. Table located on the back wall. (Bottles start at $400 each)
Backstage Table8 GUESTS | $1,500.00 MIN
Tables 41, 43, 45. Table located behind the DJ booth.
Tier 2 Table8 GUESTS | $2,000.00 MIN
Tables 21, 23, 31, 33, 35, 37. Table located behind dance floor table.
Tier 2 Table (Large)10 GUESTS | $2,500.00 MIN
Tables 11, 13, 25. Table located behind dance floor table.
Dance Floor Table10 GUESTS | $3,000.00 MIN
Tables 10, 12, 14, 34, 36. Tier 1 table located on dance floor.
Dance Floor Table (Large)12 GUESTS | $4,000.00 MIN
Tables 16, 20, 22, 30, 32. Tier 1 table located on dance floor.
Stage Table15 GUESTS | $8,000.00 MIN
Tables 40, 42, 44. Table located on stage next to DJ
Event DetailsDate: 5/18
Dress Code: Upscale Casual
Artist Bio: Gerald Earl Gillum, popularly known by his stage name G-Eazy, is an American rapper and record producer who got his big break with the mixtape 'The Endless Summer', which he self-released on the internet for free. He got recognition for the song 'Runaround Sue' which featured 'American Idol' contestant Devon Baldwin in the music video. G-Eazy, who doesn't consider himself a "natural" rapper who would nail it in the first try, had the passion and the entrepreneurial drive to make it big in the music industry. Even before releasing his first full-fledged album, he spent almost a decade in polishing his art and building a fan base. He has always dreamed big and aspired to reach heights that icons like Elvis Presley or Tupac achieved. Learning from his experience on the huge number of tours he has been a part of, he built up his brand from the ground up, emerging as a hip-hop heartthrob inspired by the style of the early 1950s and 1960s. His image, with black leather jackets and James Dean haircut, is reminiscent of the American Gangster era.