Microsoft Threw A Crazy Party With DJ Tiesto In A Las Vegas Nightclub

This year at CES, Microsoft pulled out all the stops. The company hosted a huge party at Las Vegas’ Hakkasan nightclub, with a performance by EDM artist Tiesto.

Hakkasan is a London-based, MGM Grand club, lounge, and Asian-fusion restaurant. 

The event was a private party for a select group of Microsoft customers and partners. Geekwire reports that some people paid as much as $US300 a pop to get into the party. And we can see why:

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It looks like Microsoft knows how to throw a rager.

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The dance floor was PACKED.

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Even the food looks great.

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Ben Lerer, Managing Director at VC firm Lerer Hippeau Ventures and co-founder and CEO of Thrillist Media Group, made an appearance.

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 However, not everyone was happy. A few attendees complained that there weren’t enough girls there.

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Overall, though, it seems like everyone had a pretty good time.

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