A Red Bull bash

Crazy wild party draws international DJs, rapper Bun B & almost 2,000 souls


Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, crowd, venue, concert
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, Skillz
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, Toy Selectah
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, RL Grime
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, Nedu Lopes
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, Four Color Zack
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, DJ Drummer
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Red Bull event, Stereo Live, DJs, concert, December 2012, A-Trak
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Red Bull rang in the holidays with Thre3Style Massive, an event meant to showcase the high-energy talents of international DJs.

The music drew more than 1,800 fans, including Bun B, to Stereo Live last Friday night.

"What a great party," said the Houston rapper. "But it's a Red Bull party so that's to be expected. Incredible DJs from all over the world. Glad I came out!"

Skillz, pictured here, hosted the night's event.

Monterrey-based Toy Selectah entertained the audience with his unique blend of Mexican soundscapes and contemporary urban rhythms.

New York DJ RL Grime seamlessly switched between trap, glitch, house and Justin Timberlake — all within one set.

Nedu Lopes hails from Brazil.

Four Color Zack is the current 2012 Red Bull Thre3Style World Champion.

DJ Drummer is known as "Chile's best party starter."

"It's so good to see DJs good at what they do, in different fields and different genres. And the crowd is actually digging all of it," said A-Trak, a high-energy DJ pictured here.

"It's not as easy as it seems to put together an event where the crowd will be down to flow with all these different sounds, but it's definitely working. I think it's one of the best Thre3Style events we've ever seen."

Proceeds from the event's ticket sales benefited Girls Rock Camp Houston.