FX brought “Atlanta” to L.A. during an All-Star Weekend bash in honor of the second season of Donald Glover’s FX show, dubbed “Robbin Season.”
Presented in partnership with Complex, the outdoor event took place at The Holding Co. in Los Angeles, where attendees were treated to specialty cocktails, appetizers, and an interactive photo booth, as well as music by DJ Drama, Ike Muna, and Golden State Warriors’ DJ Umami.
Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton and the Queen of Bounce, Big Freedia, were on hand, along with dancer Mette Towley, hours before hitting the stage with N.E.R.D during the NBA All-Star halftime show.
Earlier this month, FX unleashed a brand new trailer for “Robbin Season,” featuring scenes from the anxiously-awaited second season of the Emmy-winning program.
Recently, Donald’s brother and the show’s executive producer Stephen Glover revealed what fans can expect and why the season has been given the “Robbin Season” nickname.
“It’s basically a bunch of crime,” he explained. “People have money and people need money. You might get your package stolen off your front porch. It’s a very intense and desperate time. We wanted to make that a backdrop to the season. We wanted to make a transition from their old lives to where they’re heading now.”
“Atlanta Robbin Season” premieres March 1 at 10 p.m. on FX.