Zuckerberg reportedly kicked it in Snoop's trailer before the set, Parker reported.
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Sensing the tech royalty in the crowd, Snoop Dogg later asked which audience members would bail him out of jail, if he was arrested for use of cannabis on-stage. Dogg stuck to the classics "Ain't Nothing But a G Thing" "Gin And Juice" "What's My Name".
The "Celebration" represents the party Spotify always wanted to have when it came to the States, but failed to have because of the mercurial nature of the negotiating with all four major labels, he said.
"For about two years ... we thought we were always three weeks away from closing," he said. "We didn't have the opportunity to have the launch party that we always wanted to do, so the next logical opportunity was the launch of the integration between Facebook and Spotify."
A Snoop Dogg/Tech Titans Sandwich: (From Left:) Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the inimitable Snoop Dogg and the "Celebration of Music host" and Sean Parker (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
Nothing Shocking: Dave Navarro (left) and Perry Farrell of Jane's Addiction. Farrell asked the crowd if making money was the most important thing in life. When several cheered, he shouted "No! It's about having fun!" Then he pounded champagne for himself and Sean Parker. (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
Touched by an Angel: Sean Parker (left) with venture capitlist Ron Conway of SV Angel (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
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Hot Fuss: Dave Keuning (left) and Brandon Flowers of The Killers perform at Sean Parker's Celebration of Music. (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
The Real Slim Shady: Eminem's manager Paul Rosenberg said promoting new artists with Spotify and Facebook could be like "wildfire." (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)
The Guilded Age Redux: The opulent atmosphere, cocktails, sushi, lobster, crab and roast pork had some guests whispering "tech bubble 2.0"
Fist-Bump Blocker: Spotify CEO Daniel Ek in a candid moment wearing a suit jacket over his "Suits Suck' t- shirt.
Hog Tied: The party included pigs on spits, lobster, sushi and even a choice of pillows.