FLYGRLS is a benefit dance party based in Los Angeles with a mission to support and celebrate female artists, brands, and organizations.
We want to create a party with a purpose by offering a platform for female artists to network, get inspired,all while having a good time on the dance floor.
SPACELAND and LOVE+MADE believe in supporting the community and will donate a portion of the proceeds to Power Over Violence, an organization headquartered in Los Angeles that's dedicated to building healthy relationships, families and communities free from sexual, domestic and interpersonal violence.
With a full female DJ and artist line up performing on stage, the venue will be filled with empowered trendsetters alike. Get ready to celebrate the LADIES movement.
Amy Pham is your typical all-around, multi-hyphenate.
Except... not so typical.
As soon as she learned how to work a turntable at 17,
she's rocked dance floors from LA to New York to
London with her party-starting performances. She's
played with Snoop Dogg, Will I Am, Iggy Azalea,
Raekwon, Riff Raff, and Asher Roth, to name a few,
and for the likes of The White House, Urban Outfitters,
The Gap, Seven Jeans, Nasty Gal, Sanrio, and more.
Pham's passion and hard work ethic bleeds
into every aspect of her work-- and it shows.
Within a short time she's booked multiple national
print and TV campaigns for Nylon, Ford, Forever 21,
Nike, Reebok, Sony, and has worked alongside names
like Jennifer Lopez, Steven Tyler, Ryan Seacrest, and
She was then cast in The Socialyte Gala's "Best
Fashion Series" award-winning "The Fashion
Statement" on The Platform, produced
and created by Disney's Maker Studios. Soon after
its premiere, the series immediately attracted the
attention of distinguished clients like Lionsgate
Entertainment, Macy's, JC Penney, and Intel.
Currently, Pham has hosted red carpet events for
the 25th Annual Critics Choice Awards, the Billboard
Music Awards, and is set to star in a full-length
feature set to release in 2016 for Universal. Catch
her hosting new episodes of her show every Tuesday,
rocking a DJ set at the wildest dance parties, or being
downright silly in her next 14-million-views-viral-video hit.