Steve LeVine expands to family entertainment

The Valley’s leaders in entertainment, Steve and Jamie LeVine, have made a name for themselves throwing the best and biggest parties and events through their Scottsdale-based company, Steve LeVine Entertainment & Public Relations, and now they’re using their years of experience in the events industry to put on kids’ events.

The growth of their own family, which recently welcomed their third child, a baby girl named Harper, has led to the growth of their company and a new lineup of events and clients that include Rock the Block! Chandler, the Ostrich Festival, Kidz Bop at Livewire and Fashion Week 4 Kids.

“Growing our family hasn’t changed the focus of SLE,” stated Ms. LeVine in a press release. “It’s inspired us to add another focus to our business. Taking our kids to cool, fun events they’ll enjoy is important to us, so we decided to start creating those events ourselves.”

Fashion Week 4 Kids, a concept created by SLE, will be the first event of its kind, featuring a full week of discounts at several Valley retailers and culminating on Oct. 24 with a day of entertainment and fashion shows.

“After SLE acquired Scottsdale Fashion Week, we did some research and found that there really aren’t any fashion events just for kids and we wanted to change that,” stated Mr. LeVine. “As our family has grown, we have started to put on more and more family-friendly events that we can enjoy and share with our kids.”

While SLE will continue to be an innovator and leader in Arizona’s nightlife scene by booking international DJs at Maya Day + Nightclub and putting on A-list concerts at Scottsdale’s newest live music venue, Livewire, to name a few, its focus is expanding to include family-friendly activities across the Valley.

“Our kids events have already received great feedback and we’re excited to continue doing more and more kid-focused events in the future,” stated Mr. LeVine.

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