Miami Music Week is here and that means an overload of parties. We have tried to narrow down a few gear choices, so you can make the right decisions with your money and time this week. They will include warehouse parties, boat parties and of course pool parties. It is time to get yourself a tan and get dancing in Miami for a week straight. Your body can rest next week.
Tuesday, March 26, 3 pm – 9 pm: Detroit Love Boat Party
Luciano, Carl Crag, and David Squillace headline this celebration of techno, notably techno. This is an early week boat party that has an open bar as well included in the price of admission, so when there aren’t too many other big name parties going on tomorrow, this may be your best choice. Onur Ozer, Taimur, and Desyn will be on the lower deck. Get tickets here.
Tuesday, March 26: Hot Creations Presents: Jamie Jones, Erick Morillo, David Berrie
Do you know what's better than seeing massive talent in an intimate room? Nothing. On Tuesday, Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones is bringing the heat to the basement of Space with legendary Erick Morillo, and rising talent David Berrie.
Thursday, March 28 10 pm – 5 am: Brownies & Lemonade At Wynwood Factory
Wynwood is now one of the biggest places to host parties in Miami. Wynwood Factory will be busy all week and LA-based party outfit Brownies and Lemonade will bring Skrillex and Boys Noize’s duo Dog Blood for a special show. They will be joined by What So Not and then a slew of back to back sets by A-Trak with Anna Lunoe, Cray with a surprise guest, Whethan with another unknown person and then Blanke with 1788-L. Get your tickets here.
EPIC Hotel Pool Parties March 26-31 @ Epic Hotel Miami:
All week the Epic Hotel will host parties on their rooftop pool. Situated right on Miami beach, there will be breathtaking views of the ocean and Miami proper. The club will host the WMC opening party on Tuesday night with Louie Vega and David Morales going back to back for six hours. Then they will host party brand like Do Not Sleep, Defected and Repopulate Mars over the next three nights with DJs like Carl Craig, Lee Foss, MK, Todd Terry, Kenny Dope and Steve Lawler all playing. Tickets are cheap and info can be found here.
Coyo Taco March 27-31:
This is a place you will probably want to head to anyway to get some tacos, but they are also hosting DJs all week to spin daytime and night parties at an affordable price. Dubwise with a special guest will kick things off Wednesday night. Thursday will be a doubleheader with Brobot-N-Friends featuring DJ Sneak, Harry Romero, Demuir and others during the day and the All-45’s with Egyptian Lover and others at night. Friday will be another doubleheader with JSTR hosting from 2 pm to 6 pm and then Jubilee bringing Magic City at night with Ape Drums, special guests and more. Saturday and Sunday are just night parties as Justin Jay plays on Saturday and then Lovers & Friends, an all R&B party, takes over Sunday night. All the night parties go until 5 am.
The Miami club is closing in June, so for those who only visit during Miami Music Week, or this may be their last time to visit until June, making a stop in is a must. The week is starting to really fill out with some big names like Omar S playing his only MMW week gig on Wednesday, March 27, Soul Clap, Felix Da House Cat, Kenny Dope and Mija all playing On March 29 and DJ Harvey spinning all night long on March 30. Cassy will spin their MMW last dance on Sunday night. See the full list of dates and get tickets here.
Saturday, March 30th: 25 Years Of Ovum With Josh Wink, Marcel Dettmann, Anja Schneider and Truncate.
Calling all techno lovers. If you're looking to hear something with a bit more edge, this might be the party for you. Legend Josh Wink is celebrating 25 years of his label Ovum with techno titans Marcel Dettmann, Anja Schneider, and LA's very own Truncate. Taking place at Trade, this is a party not to be missed.
Sunday, March 31-1st: Space Miami 24 Hour Closing Party
Just when you thought you couldn't handle any more partying, Space Miami presents their annual 24-hour bash, hosted by The Martinez Brothers. This year, talent includes: