The BlueGirls on the dance floor at the Westin Hotel in Seattle, Washington.
Liquid Blue knows how to read the crowd and get them out on the dance floor.
Guests put their hands in the air and shake to the Liquid Blue beat.
A virtual vortex of sound and entertainment sucks in the audience.
This corporate event is another huge success for party band Liquid Blue.
The skyline of Seattle as seen from across Lake Union at Gas Works Park.
Seattle is a seaport city, and the largest city in the US state of Washington.
Gas Works Park, once a Seattle Gas Light Company gasification plant, is now a public park.
These are remnants of the sole remaining coal gasification plant in the United States.
The plant operated from 1906 to 1956, and was opened as a public park in 1975.
Parts have been reconditioned, painted and incorporated into a "play barn" structure.
Gas Works Park has been a setting for films such as Singles
and 10 Things I Hate About You
The Space Needle is an observation tower, a landmark, and an icon of Seattle.
The Seattle Center campus also contains the Museum of Pop Culture, adjacent to the Space Needle.
The Museum of Pop Culture is a nonprofit museum dedicated to contemporary popular culture.
Bluegirls Jenny Nowinski, Gypsy Gina and Nikki Green at the Museum of Pop Culture.
Seattle has a noteworthy musical history, including being the origin of the band Nirvana.
Legendary rock guitarist, singer and songwriter Jimi Hendrix was born in Seattle.
"Can't Look Away: The Lure of Horror Film" exhibit holds a plethora of well-known props.
This is the largest collection of artifacts celebrating Nirvana and Jimi Hendrix.
Nikki Green and Gypsy Gina by the Guitar Sculpture inside the Museum of Pop Culture.