Rehab at Hard Rock Hotel

DJs Five, Wellman and Shift close out the Hard Rock Hotel’s longtime pool party.

Diplo at XS, the final Rehab and other club musts this week

October 10th, 2018

DJs Five, Wellman and Shift close out the Hard Rock Hotel’s longtime pool party.

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