The Big Apple celebrated the arrival of the Hard Rock Hotel in Midtown on Thursday night in a charming way.
Models, musicians, actors, politicians, and other personalities walked the red carpet at 159 West 48th Street to celebrate the launch of the Hard Rock Hotel. Even if the luxury resort has been open since last month, until May 12 it will have an official out party.
The grandeur of the event attracted an all-star cast of celebrities to experience New York City’s newly built heart tower, including the likes of Paris Jackson, Logan Paul, John Legend, Rev. Al Sharpton, and many more. Spectators gathered on the street as drivers stopped their cars in hopes of spotting the famous visitors.
The Hard Rock Hotel not only makes 446 rooms available for those wishing to stay in Times Square, but it also brings a new entertainment venue that hosts live events. This site was used to officially baptize the new Midtown building.
Hosted by Kenan Thompson on Saturday Night Live, the celebration saw talks, musical performances, and more. The interior of the Hard Rock Hotel is covered in art, with auction pieces and the site honoring the history of rock and roll with large glass display cases filled with iconic artist instruments, clothing, and other items. button.
The festival kicked off with a blessing from SR Tommie, a member of the SR Seminole Tribe from Florida and the president of Redline Media Group (a Native American, owned by the female creative agency).
The intimate celebration included a performance by John Legend serene to the guest Ang Karong Gabii (Best you ever had,) as well as musical entertainment provided by DJ Cassidy, Nas, Fat Joe, and more.
It wouldn’t have been a Hard Rock opening without the famous guitar smash scene, led by Jim Allen, Chairman of Hard Rock International and including members of the Seminole Tribe in Florida.
In addition, during the grand opening Queens Borough President Donovan Richards and New York City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams helped receive two $ 100,000 checks, one for South Asian Youth Action and one for the YWCA of Queens.