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That Miami Music Week

News / March 14, 2016

In case you didn’t know, Miami Music Week is upon us.

And if you’re en route to ‘Magic City’ for the annual celebration of all things dance – then you’d better be in the know. Basement at The Miami Beach EDITION has announced a sterling lineup for Miami Music Week 2016, in partnership with VICE’s electronic music and culture channel, THUMP.

Basement start up tomorrow, and Miami’s one-of-a-kind venue will be home to some of the biggest names in international dance music for six straight nights, through to Sunday, March 20th.

Jammed with a stellar line up, Basement will be treating partygoers to a distinct music experience with marquee headliners every night. After all, it is the only nightlife venue with a bowling alley, ice skating rink, arcade games, and dance club. Exhausted? You will be.

Musical direction for Basement’s Miami Music Week 2016 lineup has been carefully curated by Nicolas Matar, founder of Cielo in New York City and Output in Brooklyn, along with EDITION’s Ben Pundole, and supported by VICE’s THUMP.

Kicking off tomorrow, that line up is right here:

Tuesday, March 15 – Jamie Jones / Lee Foss

Wednesday, March 16 – The Leverage Agency & Friends Presents Acid Pauli / Eduardo Castillo / Satori / Viken Arman / Goldcap / Armen Miran 

Thursday, March 17 – PLAYdifferently Present Prototypes Tour with Richie Hawtin & Very Special Guests

Friday, March 18 – Seth Troxler Presents: Big Tittie Surprise

Saturday, March 19 – Maceo Plex Presents: Ellum Night feat. Maceo Plex / Shall Ocin / Gardens of God / Maars. 

Sunday, March 20 – Carl Cox Presents His Disco, Funk & Soul Event

A limited amount of reduced advance tickets are now on sale per night for $30.

To purchase tickets, please visit:

Resident Advisor

TicketFly 

Wantickets 

BasementMiami.com


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