Our Cell Out show was a success! Sunday, a Los Angeles living room-turned-art-gallery, hosted our event and the concept was to have people turn their cell phones off at the door and enter into a welcoming social environment.
Without a phone screen to hide behind, people were encouraged to talk face to face. We did our best to minimize the awkwardness by providing a fun photobooth and a postcard station, where people had the opportunity to send a written note to friend, rather than the usual text.
Sadgirl and Feels performed, with Honey Power DJs in between, and the place was full of good vibes. This was also our first event since expanding Honey Power to a larger group and it was amazing to see everyone put in their part; whether it was decorations, DJ'ing, helping with the door, or setting up equipment it all came together beautifully. The night ended with a crazed tinsel-covered dance party and we all went home sweaty, exhausted, and delighted.
The show was well-received and we even got an awesome write up about the experience in Lo-Pie!
"In the end what I found so refreshing is something you don’t often see at rock n roll shows of any size, hospitality. The girls of Honey Power clearly take seriously their stated goal to “curate fun.” Something I definitely had on a random Saturday night where I coulda been elsewhere, but glad I wasn’t." - Kevin Casey for Lo-Pie
Check out this video recap of the event by Sunday!