FEB. 19, 2015
Miami Music Week is the annual event in the heart of Miami, Florida including an array of events spread across city to tend to all music lovers for the start of Spring and the 2015 festival season. In just five years Miami Music Week has become one of the world’s most recognized electronic dance music events. Each year thousands of electronic dance music artists, DJs, performers and fans from across the globe flock to Miami to experience MMW. These EDM enthusiasts flood MMW-affliated venues, hotels, restaurants, businesses and tourist hot spots, creating a dance music theme throughout Miami.
In addition to the great many performances of music, the artists are also honored this week at the International Dance Music Awards, which are distributed throughout the span of Miami Music Week. Support your favorite artists and vote for the IDMA’s now HERE.
Spend your Spring Break at Miami Music Week! Check out miamimusicweek.com for a complete list of shows, here’s just some of the exciting Spring Break activities going down for 5 days of fun in the sun, the party goes from Tuesday-Sunday!
TUESDAY, MARCH 24
Kick off your Spring Break old school at Miami Massive for a 17 hour long rage on Nikki Beach. Early bird tickets are now on sale for just $25, get ‘em HERE.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 25
Check out the various artists at Steam Miami for another day to night long party including Chus & Ceballos, who just released their new track “Beat Pirates” with Adrian Hour. Chus & Ceballos represent Spain and go head to head with resident and Argentinian techno don, Adrian Hour for a club track that epitomizes the sound and ethos of both acts. Solid grooves, plenty of energy and masterful production. Listen here:
Listen to the track in person at Steam Miami or listen at your own convenience by getting the track now available on Beatport HERE.
Also check out the DJ Mag poolside party with the world’s top voted DJ’s including Amine Edge & Dance, Dannic, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DVBBS, Dyro, Kolsch, Patrick Topping, Seth Troxler and many more suprise guests to be announced!
THURSDAY, MARCH 26
Spend your Thirsty Thursday at the Dim Mak Beach Party for a mysterious line up, but Dim Mak could never disappoint with Steve Aoki, The Chainsmokers, Dzeko & Torres, Deorro and more on their label. Afterwards hit up Club Space to see Markus Schulz!
FRIDAY, MARCH 27
From Friday-Sunday hit up Ultra Music Festival for the best lineups all week guaranteed. See just phase 1 of the lineup below, get your tickets HERE before they sell out, people from all over the world come to experience the legendary Ultra Miami.
Check out last year’s Official Aftermovie:
Another weekend long option is No Sugar Added is a 5 year running Beach Festival, expecting artists such as Adventure Club, The Chainsmokers, The Bingo Players, Deorro, Arty GTA and many more. Earlybird tickets are selling like hotcakes, get yours now HERE before it’s too late! Check out the madness you can expect below:
SATURDAY, MARCH 28
Saturday is the day of boat parties!! Pick your poison, watch the sunset to the sound of Paul van Dyk or Cosmic Gate whilst riding out on the shores of Miami. Either way you die happy. Check out the event info below:
SUNDAY, MARCH 29
As if the last day of a fun week isn’t emotional enough, it is also a day of 10 year anniversaries for Dirtybird Records and Crosstown Rebels!
Dirtybird Records is set to close out Miami Music Week with a slew of B2Bs at Steam Miami on March 29th. After three years of hosting the world famous Dirtybird BBQ in Miami, Claude VonStroke decided to mix things up in honor of their 10 year mark as a label. The expansive open air feel of previous Miami BBQs has been switched up for a tiny, dirty, sweaty nocturnal throwdown: intimate venue, festival size line-up! The show will feature Claude VonStroke, Justin Martin, Shiba San, J. Phlip, Ardalan and Christian Martin.
Coinciding with 10 years of Dirtybird Records, the Birds have been nominated for seven International Dance Music Awards at this year’s Winter Music Conference. From best DJ, to best label and best track, Dirtybird’s nominations cover the gambit of categories and show the influence the label has had over the past twelve months.
Voting is open until March 2nd; Lets make this year the year of the bird! Vote now
Few parties can truly claim to make a mark, fewer still in the over crowded madness that has become Miami Music Week, but ten years on, Crosstown Rebels’ marathon Get Lost session, remains a cornerstone of underground music for Miami Music Week and beyond.
For many Get Lost has become THE reason to attend Miami, a sprawling 24-hour party, to duck in and out of, or simply lose yourself in for the duration. With line-ups that dwarf most festivals Get Lost has emerged from an off-kilter after hours at the Electric Pickle into one of electronic music’s flagship events.
As befitting the milestone moment that is a decade of dancing, Get Lost’s 2015 Miami edition will deliver something truly special. A brand new venue, a line up of more than 40 artists, and some truly special sets and live performances.
Far too many magical memories have been created in ten years to list them all, but whether it was arriving to Sasha opening up the afterhours at 5am, or Jamie Jones and Seth Troxler spinning an unannounced back to back at sunset, DJ Harvey’s pop-up disco, Maceo Plex playing live in the afternoon sun or anyone of Rebels’ founder Damian Lazarus’s mindbending sonic journeys, Get Lost has left an indelible impression on thousands of attendees, and is set to continue to pushing the boundaries of underground music in America for another decade.
One month to go! Happy almost Miami Music Week!!