Stevie Williams Shoe Release Party Photos
Stevie Williams’ legacy in skateboarding is one-of-a-kind, so it only made sense for DC and DGK to throw him a celebration for the re-release of his classic DC shoe. The place was packed, the bar was open and the performers gave the crowd a night they won't forget. —Jeff Davis
Madame Siam, the call before the storm
Show up early and get welcomed by The Governor, Wes Kremer
DC always keeps it classy
T-Funk, Stevie and the homie with some early bevs
People begin to pour in and so do the drinks
Dane Vaughn always knows where the party's at
Can't have a DC party without some DC legends!
Ish, Boo and the quote unquote homie pulled up
Reese LAFLARE hit the stage and hyped it up!
Where do you find Stevie? The VIP section, of course
Justin Drysen at a DC event? Let the rumors begin
Some DC up-and-comers
Beanie Sigel hit the stage and the crowd lost it!
Then he pulled Stevie up onstage to present him with a golden shoe
A truly heartwarming moment
Beanie wasted no time getting back to business
And closed out the end of the night. Thanks for the party, DC, and congrats, Stevie!
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