Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 09, 2012
Velodyne Acoustics did their part to “Save the Music” September 6th, as they hosted an exclusive VMA lounge at The Ritz Carlton Residences in Downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards. The invitation-only event raised funds and awareness for VH1’s Save The Music Foundation.
Award attendees and nominees were invited to experience a day full of luxury and entertainment surrounding the awards at The Ritz-Carlton Residences at L.A. Live. DJ Casey Connor and Nate Novarro of Cobra Starship filled the Xbox NBA Baller Beats Lounge hosted by Velodyne with tunes to pump up the crowd before the show.
All guests, including celebrities, influencers and musical artists, got into the groove as they entered into the “Experiential Lounge” to get an exclusive preview of Velodyne’s anticipated vFree, vTrue and vPulse headphones
Appearances by The Wanted, The Cab, Olympic Medalists "Fab Five" Gymnastic's team, Christina Cha, and AJ McLean from the Backstreet Boys were just some of the many celebs to grace the luxury lounge.
After the awards show, the party continued with a private invitation-only afterparty, that featured platinum selling duo Karmin who left none “Brokenhearted” by their performance with Demetrius and Ian Desdune.
Proceeds from the event will benefit VH1’s Save the Music Foundation, which raises funds and awareness to music programs alive in public elementary and middle schools across the country.
About Velodyne Acoustics, Inc.
Velodyne Acoustics, Inc., located in California’s Silicon Valley, established its roots over 30 years ago in audio technology. Today, Velodyne continues to build on its iconic history by introducing groundbreaking technology and design to transform the headphone market. Find out more about by visiting velodyne.com and velodynelidar.com.
About VH1 Save The Music Foundation
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation helps develop long-term, sustainable instrumental music programs that provide children with equal access to music education regardless of their financial situation. Through strategic partnerships with school districts, the Foundation provides brand-new musical instruments to public elementary and middle schools, jump-starting dormant music programs across the country.