LOS ANGELES—Music's biggest stars weren't the only things flooding downtown Los Angeles on Sunday night.
The 66th annual Grammy Awards took place Feb. 4 amid record rainfall, marking the wettest day the area has seen in more than 20 years. California Gov. Gavin Newsom may have declared a state of emergency for the city on Sunday afternoon—but for the A-listers inside Crypto.com Arena, the show carried on.
It was a ceremony of broken records, particularly for women. Taylor Swift became the first-ever artist to win Album of the Year four times (after announcing a surprise new album from the stage), Kacey Musgraves became the first artist to win all four country awards, Billie Eilish became the second woman to ever win two Song of the Year trophies, and boygenius became the first all-female group to win in both Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song categories.
The night also included performances from legends like Joni Mitchell, Tracy Chapman, Billy Joel, and Stevie Wonder, along with a surprise appearance by Céline Dion.
But, of course, the fun couldn't be contained to just one room, with The Recording Academy, Universal Music Group, Spotify, Warner Music Group, and many others hosting their own Grammys celebrations both on Sunday night and throughout the week. Scroll down for a look inside the week's coolest bashes, which featured tons of trendy, colorful event design inspo—including LED-lined entrance tunnels, disco ball ceilings, giant branded boomboxes, and even a Cher-themed ice cream parlor.