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Photos: Scenesters Try To Roller Skate At Major Lazer And Diplo Pop Up

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Major Lazer and Diplo hosted a pretty rad pop-up last night at the old-school Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale. That means it was time for scenesters to strap on some rentals and skate the night away.

There were women dressed up like Boy Scouts doing the very scout-like duty of helping skaters in need—maybe us Southern Californians do better with in-line skating?

In any case, LAist was there to capture the scene: the dance party in the center of the skating rink and the good vibes all around. The party was to promote Major Lazer's new album "Peace Is the Mission," which is produced by Diplo.