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The LG Music Lodge at Sundance


Ethan Hawke at The Music Lodge at Sundance. (Photo credit: Melissa Curtin)

Another fun place to be at Sundance was The LG (Life’s Good) Music Lodge – to keep warm, to snack and drink, and to mingle. Seeing Ethan Hawke up close was an added bonus.  Home to honoring both entertainers who are both actors and artists, the Music Lodge in previous years teamed up with Fender and Gibson, but this year’s musical partner was Roland Keyboards. The LG Music Lodge is a place for VIP attendees to relax between and during Sundance activities and enjoy luxurious gifting.


Lance Bass (Photo credit: Jason Ryan Smith)

Many celebs attended this three day extravaganza which included the daily lounge, NFL Conference Championship Playoff Games, happy hours with musical performances from NY’s DJ Dream Sessions, Profit Green’s Healthy Happy Hours, and Lance Bass’s (Former ‘n Sync) premier film party.

Luxury gifting included LG Electronics, Elio Motors sharing a 3 wheeled vehicle to be signed by celebs to be auctioned off at Christie’s to benefit Wounded Warriors, Countour Video-cams, Violetta Diamonds, and ten golf trips to One Queensridge Place, Las Vegas.

The 10th Anniversary LG Music Lodge At Sundance With Elio Motors And Tervis - Day 4

Jason Schwartzman (Photo credit: Jason Ryan Smith)

While the simple folk enjoyed endless amounts of Sheila G’s Brownie Brittle, Pasta Chips, fun Tervis insulated mugs filled with hot toddy specialty drinks made from sugar free all natural EVOL cinnamon and cloves infused liquor (tastes like a fireball), and REBEL drinks served any way you like. I couldn’t stop drinking the creamy hot chocolate coffee concoctions with shots from Dutch Bros. Coffee and only wonder when they will open a store in LA.


Molly Shannon (Photo credit: Jason Ryan Smith)

We met so many interesting people from all over the world sharing their companies, movies, and big ideas at the Music Lodge.


Dane DeHaan, known for his role in the HBO series In Treatment with Aubrey Plaza – Life After Death featured at Sundance. (Photo credit: Jason Ryan Smith)

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