Opium

Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison was dressed like David Bowie from the “Life on Mars?” video, and producer Howie M. Howie was in a VIP room before the show taking a bath, sudsing himself with a loofah before a room full of Vegas socialites.

'Opium' celebrates one-year on the Strip in typically raucous fashion

March 15th, 2019

Spiegelworld founder Ross Mollison was dressed like David Bowie from the “Life on Mars?” video, and producer Howie M. Howie was in a VIP room before the show taking a bath, sudsing himself with a loofah before a room full of Vegas socialites.

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