See the Stars Who Took Over Miami This Weekend
We know, Miami, Florida is crowded with famous faces almost every weekend but, this weekend specifically was filled with celebrities
We know, Miami, Florida is crowded with famous faces almost every weekend but, this weekend specifically was filled with celebrities for the Miami Grand Prix event. PATRÓN hosted a number of events that attracted stars including Becky G, Madeline Cline, and Austin Mahone. And, not to mention Major Food Group’s 4-night Supper Club in Miami. Diddy, Busta Rhymes, and Fabolous took the stage at American Express Presents Carbone Beach to surprise the guests of the hour.
A Miami Race Around
PATRÓN Tequila took over the iconic Grand Prix celebration for its second go-around in Miami. The beloved spirit delivered star-studded events both on and off the track.
On Friday, the tequila brand hosted the PATRÓN Put Stop event which featured a live performance from Becky G. Guests of the show included cast members from The Real Housewives of Miami including Lisa Hochstein, Adriana de Moura, and Guerdy Abraira, Internet Personality Lele Pons, Mohone, actors Ben Barnes, Thomas Dogerhty, and Eli Brown, and many more.
And, the celebration continued into Friday night with an after party at the popular E11EVEN in Miami. Celebrities in attendance included Cline and her Outer Banks costar Madison Bailey as well as four-time NBA champion, Tony Parker.
PATRÓN’s Saturday event took place at the Paddock Club with Barnes, Sampson, and Tanner hanging out at the Oracle Red Bull Paddock Suite at the Miami International Autodrome.
Diddy, Busta Rhymes, and Fabolous surprised guests in Miami by taking the stage at American Express Present Carbone Beach on Friday, May 5. Among the crowd were Venus Williams, Dak Prescott, Larsa Pippen, Marcus Jordan, and Damson Idris.
Tommy Hilfiger stunned the carpet with Cline and Bailey along with newlyweds Chris Appleton and Lukas Gage.
Everyone enjoyed a cocktail hour that was nothing short of posh including a 2,500 lb. ice sculpture that was filled with raw bar delicates complimented with a caviar bar and horse d’oeuvres all from the one and only chef, Mario Carbone. Following the cocktail hour was a delicious four-course meal also put together by Carbone, inspired by his Italian hotspot in Greenwich Village.
It was after the extravagant meal that guests partied with Diddy, Busta Rhymes and Fabolous who performed hits like “Look at Me Now,” and “Mo Money, Mo Problems.”