MIAMI — Elon Musk was entranced by the music of Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon at megaclub LIV at the Fontainebleau in Miami over Super Bowl 2020 weekend.
On Saturday night, the Tesla billionaire was spotted standing solo in a sea of partiers — incognito with a black baseball hat pulled down — looking transfixed and slightly swaying to the music of Solomon (who spun tunes as DJ D-Sol) as the packed place grooved around him.
Musk, 48, knows his music: The tech tycoon’s expecting a baby with Grimes, the experimental pop star. The party also featured performances by the Black Eyed Peas, Marshmello, Saweetie and DaBaby.
Paul McCartney arrived in a sharp black suit with wife Nancy Shevell as guests of Rande Gerber, whose Casamigos sponsored the bash.
Many Miami events have had a break for a Kobe Bryant tribute: The Sports Illustrated party held a moment of silence, then announced that owner Authentic Brands Group would donate $100 per attendee to widow Vanessa Bryant’s MambaOnThree Fund, for a total of $300,000.
Guests at the bash put on by Dave Spencer and Mike Heller’s Talent Resources Sports and Undisputed Group also included Lil Jon, Scooter Braun, Wiz Khalifa, Jerry Rice, Aaron Judge, and Saquon Barkley, and as well as some NFL and NBA owners.
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