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    Mumford & Sons perform. Photo by Getty Images.

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    John Legend performs. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Jennifer Connelly and Paul Bettany attend Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Thakoon Panichgul and Richard Chai attend Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Hannah Bronfman attends Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Alan Cumming attends Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Jenna Lyons attends Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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    Erin Heatherton and Harley Viera Newton attend Soho House New York's 10th birthday celebration. Photo by Getty Images.

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Soho House Turns 10

The members-only club celebrated its anniversary with a night to remember

What: The 10th birthday of Soho House, featuring an hour-long concert by Mumford & Sons, a surprise performance by John Legend, and some impromptu karaoke.

When: Thursday, August 22

Where: Soho House New York’s rooftop in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District.

Who: Actress Carey Mulligan, who married Marcus Mumford last year, dotingly stood by the edge of the poolside stage while J. Crew’s Jenna Lyons joined the rambunctious swimmers in an inflatable swan. Jennifer Connelly and Anthony Mackie enjoyed the concert from a more peripheral angle—a safe distance from the perils of splashing water—with Thakoon Panichgul, Hannah Bronfman, Alan Cumming and more.

Why: The Mumford & Sons boys certainly know how to have fun. “Everyone who’s fat, myself included, take your top off,” Mumford encouraged the svelte New York crowd in attendance. “I thought this was supposed to be a party,” the band’s banjo player Winston Marshall added. Oh, and it was.