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This week, every DJ and EDM icon will be converging to Miami for the world’s most coveted party week. From the sunniest pool parties to the darkest nightclubs events, Miami Music Week is about to consume South Florida.
This year, one of the biggest parties is arriving this Wednesday. To properly start Miami Music Week, Steve Aoki is bringing Dim Mak Miami 2019 to reign over Miami’s art district Wynwood. The roster includes Slushii, 4B, Henry Fong, Tisoki, Max Styler, Bok Nero, Kendoll and Don Diablo as a featured special guest. But knowing Miami Music Week antics, there’s a high likelihood of surprise visits from other DJs and producers cruising around the 305.
Tickets for general admission are currently $30 with special bundles that include four tickets together as low as $85. There are also VIP and bottle service options for parties of five, eight, or ten people. The party will be on Wednesday, March 27 between 8pm and 3am. For more information, click here.
Last year, the Dim Mak Miami show featured the label boss headlining alongside Carnage and Shaquille O’Neal as DJ Diesel. The Dim Mak party also featured the likes of Cheat Codes, Dada Life, Desiigner, QUIX, Grandtheft, Matroda, Bok Nero, and more in the bustling madness of Wynwood. All the acts delivered head-banging sets and drew out one of the biggest crowds of any Miami Music Week event outside of Ultra Music Festival.
If you want to party with Steve Aoki, Don Diablo, and the rest of the Dim Mak crew, grab your tickets there.