Arcade fire shocks with grammys win

Arcade fire shocks with grammys win

The show, set to rock a variety of themes and music, featured appearances by John Denver and Mariah Carey, who sang “Happy Birthday to Me.”

“I have always dreamed of a concert as big as this,” said Carey, who also co-wrote the music for the program. “But now I can show you how it’s done.”

“This was a real kick in the guts,” said Bill Gates, the Microsoft chairman.

The show, which came one week after the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio엠 카지노 도메인, was part of the Smithsonian’s Grand Opening at the National Museum of American History.

The Smithsonian said in a statement that the event was the 바카라 가입 쿠폰“largest single-day concert ever staged at the museum.”

The event, which ran for about 90 minutes, drew about 12,000 to the museum, according to Smithsonian spokeswoman Jessica Murnane.

The show included performances of national and international acts. It was the first stop a대구출장마사지 fter a concert by former president Bill Clinton at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History.

As the fireworks flew across the park, the crowd chanted “Love Trumps Hate,” and a group of children started dancing on the grass and waving balloons, according to local reporters.

The White House said it was “shocked and saddened” by the terrorist attack. In a statement, it expressed condolences to the victims and their families. The U.S. military launched airstrikes on the terrorist hideout as well as on a cell that had been hiding in Afghanistan, the statement said. It did not name the terrorist group that carried it out.

At the concert, several people appeared to be injured. A witness told CNN affiliate WESH she heard a loud explosion. She said two more blasts were heard in the crowd after the concert wrapped up.

The scene at the Museum of American Art in Washington.

The crowd was not wearing masks, though some appeared to be masked, according to an email the museum received from a guest who witnessed it.

“Just to clarify, we were all still covered up for a good two to four minutes,” the witness wrote.

In a video showing concertgoers in the park as the lights went off, a few girls in the crowd can be seen running with others after the blast.

The crowd was also seen laughing and cheering after the concert ended, the eyewitness wrote.

CNN reported that the concert was attended by celebrities, including Oprah Winfrey an


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