Fri November 29, 2019

ICONA POP (DJ SET)

at Temple SF (10pm - 3am)
Chart-topping Icona Pop has risen in the ranks as one of the most successful international pop duos in music thanks to their first triple-platinum hit single "I Love It" ft. Charli XCX which has amassed over 8 million singles sold, and well over 400 million streams worldwide. The Swedish electropop act's single "Girls Girls" (co-written with their close friend Tove Lo) bounces with the familiar energy that we have come to expect from Icona Pop. Another recent collaboration with Chicago duo Louis The Child, "Weekend" boasts an iTunes Dance Top 10, 4.5 Million streams in the US and a live Coachella performance.

Capping 2016 with an appearance at the coveted Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo further garnered a global campaign with makeup titans Make Up Forever and a cameo in the Dreamworks animated film Trolls.

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Contact us at 415.312.3668 or [email protected] for VIP Table Reservations.

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Chart-topping Icona Pop has risen in the ranks as one of the most successful international pop duos in music thanks to their first triple-platinum hit single "I Love It" ft. Charli XCX which has amassed over 8 million singles sold, and well over 400 million streams worldwide. The...
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Temple SF 6 Upcoming Events
540 Howard Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

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