New Year's Eve 2014 at The Roosevelt
New Year's Eve at the Historic Hollywood Roosevelt
This New Year’s Eve, The Hotel Roosevelt has devised a party that will set the Hollywood night ablaze. Tinseltown’s fabled past will come roaring to life this NYE at this fabulous Los Angeles soiree. Indeed, this will be an evening that the City of Angels will be singing about well into the New Year.
New Year’s Eve at The Hotel Roosevelt will be an event to rival any in Hollywood’s storied history. So be ready to mix, mingle, dance, and romance your way through a gala event with all the NYE amenities. 2 hours of passed hors d’oeuvres will delight your palate as you rub elbows with a crowd of LA’s best dressed NYE revelers. And everyone in attendance will be on their feet, moving gracefully from room to room in this expansive space, as an array of world renowned DJs spin an inimitable mix of electronic dance music. Featured performers include DJs Natalia Kills, Devin Lucien, David Bullock, Derwin McRoth, and many, many more special guests, amplified through a state-of-the-art sound system. Enticing NYE party favors ensure New Year’s Eve at the Roosevelt is a truly festive affair. And everyone will stand enchanted when, at midnight, balloons shower down from the ceiling, and a complimentary champagne toast is lifted by a crowd of sensual revelers in tribute to one another… and a grand New Year.
This New Year’s Eve, The Roosevelt Hotel is once again opening its grand doors for LA’s most sophisticated 2014 event. At this premier hotel designed specifically for Hollywood elite, guests will rub elbows in a sprawling space featuring over 100 rooms of decadent delights, world famous DJ performances, and the most luxurious accommodations anywhere in the world. The Roosevelt is a boutique hotel located across the street from the iconic Chinese Theater. Incorporating Hollywood’s most glorious historical design in a variety of rooms including the chic Library Bar; The Spare Room, a speakeasy-style lounge and bowling alley; the vaudeville inspired Beacher’s Madhouse; and a heated pool designed by acclaimed artist David Hockney, an evening at the Roosevelt is a classic event, set amid an artistic, refined backdrop buzzing with energy.
An exclusive night of chic New Year’s revelry, The Hotel Roosevelt has it all. This lavish environment is sprawling yet intimate, historical yet modern. Historic, grand, and sophisticated. Glamour and glitz. Come one, come all. This NYE is going to be magic, at the Hotel Roosevelt.
- Live DJ performance
- Festive NYE party favors
- Live DJ 2014 NYE countdown
- Arrive early to help reduce wait time
Natalia has been acting since the age of six, and made her acting debut at age 9 in 1995 in New Voices. During her early years, she worked hard on Guildhall and LAMDA examinations. By the age of 13 becoming the youngest to achieve a LAMDA Gold Medal for acting. She also studied Verse, Prose, Mime and Shakespeare. She had a regular role as Sima on the second series of the BBC1 sit-com All About Me (2002) and also played Amy Franks in the BBC's long-running radio drama The Archers. She has also guest-starred in Casualty (1986) and, more recently, appeared in Coronation Street (1960). She then got signed to the UK record company Adventures in Music and released her first single "Don't Play Nice" under the name Verbalicious in February 2005. In January 2008, Will i Am signed Cappuccini to Interscope Records via his will.i.am Music Group imprint. She was noticed for her demo EP Wommanequin, which she produced and wrote herself. Once signed to Interscope, she was placed with Cherrytree Records. Cherrytree encouraged her to find a name that was more direct and descriptive, and she then came up with the name Natalia Kills. (During this time she also wrote songs for French recording artist M. Pokora and met underground director Guillaume Doubet, who as of 2011 now directs all her visual efforts in Paris.) Kills released her debut album Perfectionist in April 2011 in Germany. She has also wrote, produced and co-directed a web mini-series titled Love, Kills xx (2010) and an additional film under the working title The Exhibition, which was made concurrently with the album, the soundtrack to the film. The album's first single, "Mirrors", was released in the United States in August 2010 and in the UK in April 2011. Her second single, "Wonderland", was released on in April 2011 in Germany. The song was featured in the 2011 film Beastly (2011). Kills opened for Kelis' European All Hearts Tour, as well as supported Robyn Carlsson on her Body Talk Tour in November 2010 and early 2011. Kills supported Ke$ha on the UK leg of her Get Sleazy Tour alongside LMFAO.
Devin Lucien is a native, born and raised product of the city of Los Angeles. His signature sound is what has made him one of the most requested and admired DJ’s within the city and around the globe. Devin grew up during the MTV era when artists like Michael Jackson and Madonna ruled the charts. He was also immersed in his parents music collection growing up, that spread from funk and soul to classic rock and oldies. His eclectic musical knowledge and forward taste in today’s developing music world have allowed him to easily transition from the biggest nightclubs in the world to the most high profile events. Devin has been fortunate enough to play for a long list of high profile corporate clients that include the likes of Range Rover, OK Magazine, Bing, Playboy, DreamWorks, L’Oreal, Hulu and MOCA. Over the last year Devin has been called upon by Microsoft to spin the openings of their 75 retail stores across the globe. He has had the privilege to open up for the likes of Lenny Kravitz, Kelly Clarkson, The Black Keys, Maroon 5, Flo Rida and Weezer to name a few during the Microsoft concert series that have been apart of all their grand opening celebrations. He has also been featured in numerous publications including Vanity Fair, Angeleno Magazine, US Weekly, OK Magazine and InTouch. Devin was also hired as the music consultant for the Warner Brothers feature film Project X. He helped hand select the music featured in the film as well as the soundtrack. The soundtrack hit #1 on iTunes in its first week after being released.
It probably all began for Adam Auburn in 2004, after winning the first ever Traxsource DJ Competition, sparking a whirlwind of international attention for the young, East Coast native. In 2008, the house music advocate moved to Los Angeles, where Auburn was blessed to be discovered by Insomniac, placed on display at their weekly house music event, Inception at Exchange, and ultimately the main stage at Nocturnal Wonderland, Escape from Wonderland, and EDC Week Las Vegas. Adam’s unique versatility as a DJ has allowed him to share the stage with a range of Artists as wide as his love for house – including everyone from Maceo Plex, Maya Jane Coles, and Martinez Brothers, to John Digweed, Sander Kleineberg, and Danny Howells, to Kaskade, Bingo Players, and Krewella, to Diplo, Passion Pit, and Chromeo, to Derrick Carter, Louie Vega, Kerri Chandler, and so many more in 13 years of DJing. Auburn's deep love of house music can not only be found in the boundless energy that emanates through his infectious DJ Performances, but also through the award winning events his production company, Auburn Events, has put on for over 10 years (Afternoon Delight, Soul & Tonic, Departure: “Top 10 LA Club Nights” – LA Weekly | “5 Best Miami Daytime Events” - Mixmag). Firmly planted in the riches of house music history, but neatly poised to move forward into the future, Adam has humbly dedicated his life to the music he loves.