The Super Bowl LIV Weekend, Budweiser brought its BUDX global platform to America for the first time and hosted BUDX Miami: a three-day hotel takeover (dubbed the “BUDX Hotel”) with curated, private events attended by many celebrities and exclusive performances by Halsey, Black Eyed Peas, Diplo, Da La Soul, Channel Tres and more.
Budweiser hosted over 200 “Kings of Culture” from over 20 countries to create a stage for co-creation and unique opportunities for the global Kings to reign over an exciting weekend including on Night One, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31
Exclusive performances at a BUDX House Party with De La Soul and Channel Tres. (photos provided my GETTY Images)
Channel Tres at the BUDX Miami House Party
Karabo Poppy throwing down some art on some Nike’s
Some BUDX Miami Party Goers
Febuary 1, 2020 BUDX House Party DAY 2
The night featured both a karaoke party, ONE37pm x Dwyane Wade Masters of the Mike Karaoke, as well as performances by global artists, Halsey, Black Eyed Peas and Diplo.
Host, Dwyane Wade kicked-off the first annual karaoke competition, judged by Gary Vaynerchuk, Teyana Taylor and Amanda Cerny, with many celebrity friends in attendance: Gabrielle Union, Ja Rule, Jaleel White, Joey Fatone, J.B. Smoove, Quavo from Migos, Saweetie, Jeezy, Venus Williams, Matt Barnes, CC Sabathia and more.
- Dwyane Wade kicked it off with “This is How We Do It” and performed a karaoke duet to “Come & Talk to Me” with wife, Gabrielle Union
- Dwyane also performed with friend, Ja Rule to “Up In Here”
- Jaleel White sang 2019 smash hit “Old Town Road”
- Joey Fatone sang former band *NSYNC rival, Backstreet Boys hit song “I Want It That Way” to much amusement by the crowd
- Ja Rule performed his hit songs “Always on Time” and “Livin’ it Up”
- Bozoma Saint John, Cari Champion and King Bach sang Destiny Child’s “Say My Name”
- J.B. Smoove took home the prize as the night’s winner
Sports Illustrated celebrated the biggest weekend in sports with “The Party” at the legendary Fontainebleau story here